St. Louis Artists' Guild
The St. Louis Artists' Guild presents Displacement and Migration, a national juried exhibition that investigates the current or historically forced or voluntary relocation of individuals or groups of people who no longer inhabit their place of origin. Jurors Anita Fields and Basil Kincaid selected 49 artists with work exploring the complexities of this theme today and throughout history from a personal perspective. This exhibition will feature artworks and educational programming in conversation with slavery, apartheid, war, homelessness, and diaspora motivated by culture, politics, religion, and climate. The awards presentation led by Basil Kincaid will begin at 6:30 pm with cash prizes totaling $1000.
Opening Reception: Friday, April 21, 2017; 5 pm - 8 pm
Jurors Anita Fields and Basil Kincaid
Awards Presentation by Basil Kincaid: 6:30 pm
Curated Gallery, Epoch: Refugee Crisis by Chelsea Ritter-Soronen
Ramp Gallery, Banners Up by Living Arts Studio / VSA Arts of Missouri
Exhibition Dates: April 21 - May 20, 2017
Azra Aksamija, Maryamsadat Amirvaghefi, Sally Coffin, Elizabeth Concannon, Maritza Davila, Elizabeth Desrosiers, Robert Dill, Barbara DiMartini, Daniel Drennan Elawar, Mitchell Eismont, Hale Ekinci, Robert Fields, Amy Firestone Rosen, Katherine Freeman, Maria Paz Gajardo, Eloisa Guanlao, Robin Hattori, Mary Henle, Candace Hunter, Neil Kruel, Albert Kuo, Gary Lehman, Pamela Lin, Julia Lopez, Jennifer Mannebach, Bobby Marines, Nathan Marshall, Luisa Otero, Katherine Palmer, Simonette Quamina, Bob Rickert, Jini Sachse, Whitney Sage, Sabina Schaaf, Rebecca Schaffer, Debra Smith, Linda Smith, Joanne Stremsterfer, Torri Thompson, Wendy Tigchelaar, Siavash Tohidi, Joyce Trotter, Patricia Turner, Eden Unluata, Jeane Vogel, Ani Volkan, Linda Wright, Layala Zubi, Adam Zuwala
Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 6 pm and Saturday 10 am - 4 pm
St. Louis Artists' Guild
12 North Jackson Ave.
54th Annual Juried Competition
On view: 29-Mar-2017 5-Jul-2017
The Masur Museum of Art’s Annual Juried Competition showcases contemporary artists throughout the United States of America working in any medium. This long running juried competition also showcases some of America’s best curatorial talent. Recent jurors include: Holly Hughes, Albright-Knox Art Gallery; Sandra Firmin, Colorado University Art Museum; Kelly Shindler, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis; George Shackelford, Kimbell Art Museum; Liza Simone, Phantom Galleries, Los Angeles; Alison Greene, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; David Houston, currently Bo Bartlett Center; and Miranda Lash, currently Speed Art Museum.
Washington Sculpture Group
Sculpture REMIX: 2017 Craft/Technology/Art
Presented by Washington Sculptors Group
& Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture.
Juried by Allison Nance.April 8 - 30, 2017
Saturday, April 8, 2017, 6-8pm
This exhibition, juried by Allison Nance, brings together the diverse work of 20 artists from the D.C., Maryland and Virginia area in highlighting both the materials and the process. The dialogue of the show is aimed to re-establish the value and benefits associated with multi-tiered and cross discipline collaborations of artists, crafters and industrial designers. Building and constructing shared principles across these fixed boundaries has the ability to create poetic juxtapositions for cooperative projects.
Remixing originally had a precise meaning that gradually became diffused. Although precedents of remixing can be found earlier, it was the introduction of multi-track mixers that made remixing a standard practice. With each element of a song – vocals, drums, etc. – available for separate manipulation, it became possible to “re-mix” the song: change the volume of some tracks or substitute new tracks for the old. Gradually the term became more and more broad, today referring to any reworking of already existing cultural work(s); moving between
techniques; applications; historical and social as well as environmental contexts. Around the turn of the century (20tth to 21st) people started to apply the term “remix” to other media besides music: visual projects, software, literary texts.
Yet we are left with an interesting paradox: while in the realm of commercial music remixing is officially accepted, in other cultural areas it is seen as violating the copyright and therefore as stealing. So while filmmakers, visual artists, photographers, architects and Web designers routinely remix already existing works, this is not openly admitted, and no proper terms equivalent to remixing in music exist to describe these practices. The artists explore remixing through a variety of mediums: from wood to steel, found objects to digital media.
Participating Artists: Linda Agar-Hendrix, Lynda Andrews Barry, David Alfuth, c. l. bigelow, Adam Bradley, Tory Cowles, Martin Feldman, Meiray Finn, Helen Glazer, Judith Goodman, Adam Hager, Eve Hennessa, Jon Lundak, Grant McFarland, Iris Posner, Judith Pratt, Marc Robarge, Savash Tohiti, Jenny Wu and Julie Zirlin.
Saturday, April 8 + Sunday, April 9, 1-5pm: “This Flag,” Community Art Project with artist Marc Robarge. More Info
Monday, April 24, 7pm-9pm: MAKERS REMIX Panel Discussion: A platform for discussing Post Contemporary Applications in Sculpture & Craft & Design. Panelists: Sue Wrbican, Jade Garrett, Alan Binstock, Moderator: Elsabé Dixon. Panel Discussion followed by a Q&A. More Info
Dean's Purchase Award at The 36th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition
Exhibition: March 11 – April 17
Lecture: March 9th, 5pm – Horowitz Auditorium, Caterpillar Global Communications Center
Progressive Opening Reception: March 11th
5-7pm – Heuser Art Center & Hartmann Center Gallery
5:30-7:30pm – Studios on Sheridan
6-8pm – Prairie Center of the Arts
6:30-8:30pm – Contemporary Art Center
Time and Space CICA Museum
2017.02.17. – 03.05.
February 17 – March 5, 2017 http://cicamuseum.com/time-and-space/
Motion: A juried international photography exhibition February 9 – March 7, 2017 http://www.ph21gallery.com/
Started Working at Towson University as Full time 3D studio Technician and Adjunct Faculty
Work accepted for inclusion in the publication for
INPHA 4 The International Photography Annual 4 - MANIFEST