At Rowan University Gallery
Westby Hall, First Floor, Route 322
Glassboro, New Jersey 08028
Exhibition dates: January 20 - March 7
Opening Reception and Artist Talk: Thursday, February 12 5-7pm
Exhibitions are open to the public: Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm; Wed: 10am-7pm; Sat: 12-5pm
New American Public Art
Crane Arts, Philadelphia
August 30 24, 2013
Water and Air, 2013. Digital Video Projection, Porcelaine Tea Cup, Black Silk Jersey.
The Complete Petri Project
Cortile Coprat, The Complete Petri Project,
Group Show with Jim Toia Islands, Mantova, Italy through June 1, 2012
TangenT at Hack Philadelphia
"refraction" through April 30, 2012
TangenT at International House Univeristy of Pennsylvania
"709b" Installation March 1 - June 30
TangenT at Rouge Art
Rogue Video and Performance Presents "Letting Go"
...an out-of-doors art event featuring video, performance, installation and temporary artworks Saturday, October 22nd 2011 from 3pm to 9pm Halsey Street, New Street, Central Avenue and Broad Streets in Newark, NJ
Curators Jeanne Brasile and Jade Lien are pleased to announce their most recent curatorial collaboration on view during the 10th Annual Open Doors and Studio Tour sponsored by the Newark Arts Council.
"Letting Go" will activate the block encompassed by New, Halsey and Broad Streets and Central Avenue with public displays and performances by over 50 participating artists. The exhibition is a discourse on the notion of catharsis, or emotional cleansing. Catharsis, or purging of emotions, produces profound feelings such as fear, sorrow, pity or even joy. In a broader sense, it can also refer to a sense of restoration, renewal, and revitalization; concepts that are poignant and greatly needed in this complicated emotional landscape we presently occupy.
Participating artists include; Kristin Anderson, Scot Andreason, Jacqueline Arias, Soraida Bedoya, Cynthia Berkshire, Ben Bernstein, Gianluca Bianchino, Mikel Bisbee-Durlam with Jody Wood, Christine -Jean Blaine, Boys and Girls Club of Newark, Collette Broeders, BroLab Collective, Sandra Burke, Giovanna Cecchetti, Russell Chartier, Bryan Christie & Jeremy Mage, Magenta del Ray, EGG, Mike Estabrook, Rico Fredrick, Jerry Gant, Kristin Grey, Bruce Humphries, Jones and Roa, Darren Jones, Jenna Kline, Samantha Marie La Alta, Greg Leshé, Timothy McMurray & Jacqueline Weaver, Aaron Oldenburg, Ben Pederson, Barbara Polster, Gerald Pryor, Sally Richardson, Tara Raye Russo, Kate & Beau Sage-Lindholm, Jesse Eric Schmidt, Kat Schneck, Narubi Selah, David Sinaguglia, DC Smith, Lauren Smith, Nyugen Smith, Mark Starling, Starski, Sara Suleman, TangenT and Heidi Zito.
Rogue Video and Performance was founded by Jeanne Brasile and Jade Lien in 2006 to free curators and artists from the confines of the traditional gallery space and to connect the public art large with art in unexpected places. To date, Brasile and Lien have curated events and video screenings for the SITE Festival in Brooklyn, Newark Open Doors, JC Fridays in Jersey City and the Paterson Art Walk in Paterson, New Jersey. They continue to independently curate exhibitions in non-traditional spaces and have recently begun to use Rogue Video and Performance as an opportunity to mentor aspiring curators who wish to develop exhibitions for alternative spaces. For more information please go to http://roguevideo.org or http://newarkarts.org for more information on the Open Doors Studio Tour.
The Relentless Eye: Global Cell Phone Photography
Haverford College, Atrium Gallery
March 25 - April 22, 2011
Opening Reception: March 25, 5:30 p.m.
Panel Discussion: 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Marshall Fine Arts Center: Atrium Gallery
Weekdays: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Weekends: 12:00 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Relentless Eye: Global Cell Phone Photography consists of images made from cell phone cameras organized by the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, Vermont.
The Centers Executive Director is Alumnus Nathan Suter' 95; Odin Cathcart curated the exhibition and his interest in digital media lead him to solicit entrees from around the world by using social networks such as Facebook and Craigs List. This approach brought in 1,500 entrees from cell phone users worldwide. Eirik Johnson, a faculty member at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, whittled these entrees down to 135. In addition, five established fine art photographers using this format were chosen. The work submitted by digital files was down loaded and printed at the Centers media lab. The professional and amateur photographs when viewed individually and as a group prove that this new format has the expressive range of traditional photography and more.
Insatiable: Our Rapacious Appetite for More
GLUTTONY IS THE NEW STATUS QUO. Our appetite for food, power, wealth, sex, new experiences, and information is seemingly insatiable and poses increasingly greater risks to the welfare of our planet and its inhabitants. This all-media juried show features artists whose work explores this ravenous craving for excess and/or the consequences of indulging our endless desire for more.
MARIE PICARD CRAIG
MINSUNG CHLOE KEYOUNG
YVONNE LOVE & GABRIELLE RUSSOMAGNO
SO YOON LYM
MITZI LYNN MIZE
RACHEL BEE PORTER
ROSALIE RIPALDI SHANE
KIRSTEN RAE SIMONSEN
Judy Haberl, artist and professor of Sculpture
at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Thursday, February 3, 2011, 5 7:30 pm
Womens Studies Research Center
515 South Street, Waltham, MA
Monday Friday, 9 am 5 pm and by appointment
Free and open to the public
Waltham, MA 02454