Excited to be a part of this show-
Aura: New Images of Women
, a feminist art exhibition organized by Dr. Erin Devine, 4th floor Atrium Gallery at NOVA Wodbridge through March.  I will be giving an artist talk on March 4.

July 28 – August 19 – This juried show includes two of my pieces-

BWAC Color Show 6 x 9.indd

I have been excited to be a part of this project with the Floating Lab Collective.  From the Floating Lab Collective’s project website,

“The ReMuseum is a participatory, mobile experiment that investigates museum processes such as collecting, displaying, valuing and commodifying objects…”(visit site)

Inside Corcoran

Working with community members in DC neighborhoods such as Deanwood, Brentwood, Petworth, and Anacostia, the Floating Lab Collective “mobile curator” helped identify objects of personal value to that were then replicated on large and small scales.  Objects and their oral histories are displayed inside a re-purposed taco truck and inside the Corcoran Gallery of Art.  Visitors to the ReMuseum are invited to redistribute small, casted replicas into their home communities.

Outside Corcoran

Curated by Laura Roulet, the project is part of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities’s 5×5 public arts initiative, “twenty-five groundbreaking temporary public art installations that will be installed concurrently throughout the District of Columbia.” (DCCAH website).

For more information about the ReMuseum and to feed back into the project with your own images of objects in new places, visit www.floatinglabcollective.com.

I am pleased to be a 2012-13 recipient of the VMFA Fellowship Grant in the Professional Category with collaborators Edgar Endress , Peter Lee, and Sean Watkins.  This relates to work with the Floating Lab Collective whose projects in new media, research and performance  engage ideas around society, art, and public space.  I am grateful to all the members of the collective whose hard work and dedication has helped realize incredible projects. (website)

From the VMFA:  “During the VMFA Fellowship Program’s 72 years, the museum has awarded more than $4.6 million and 1,174 awards to Virginia’s art students and professional artists. VMFA received 755 applications, which marks the highest number of applicants in the program’s history.”

More: (VMFA Press Release)

My work was chosen for inclusion in the
Biennial Maryland Regional Juried Art Exhibit (BMRE)
Opening Reception
Saturday, August 6, 2011 3–5 p.m.
Exhibit Dates August 1, 2011–October 16, 2011

Location Arts Program Gallery
UMUC Inn and Conference Center, Lower Level3501 University Blvd East
Adelphi, MD 20783     Exhibit Hours: 9 a.m.–9 p.m. daily

Follow the above link and RSVP Online for the Opening Event!

The Fall 2011 edition of the feminist journal So to Speak includes some of my visual works.  So to Speak was founded in 1993 and “publishes poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and visual art that lives up to a high standard of language, form, and meaning.” (website)
You can preview the issue here:

http://sotospeakjournal.org/2011/07/the-fall-2011-issue-unveiled/

BITE identity and humor
Jefferson Pinder, Juror
On view June 23 – July 29, 2011
Selected Artists

http://www.restonarts.org/Exhibitions/BITE.htm

Visitors welcome to attend BITE: A Moderated Dialogue with Philippa Hughes, Monday, July 11, 7:30pm

ONLINE EXHIBIT

June 3-30, 2011 in the Terrace Gallery of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Washington, DC – This exhibition will include work from my series on the Visibility Color.

Kennedy Center SHIFT Events Page


Timing: The exhibition is FREE and open to the public from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Panel discussion with select artists on June 9, 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the Atrium with a reception following.  Free, but reservations required.  Please visit the above link for details on reserving tickets for the June 9 event.

About SHIFT from VSA:

“Every life contains moments of change. Shift seeks to investigate those moments that alter the direction of a person’s path and create a new reality. Through the artwork, each artist shares a moment in time when a shift in their landscape occurred– it may be personal or professional, mental or physical, internal or external.”

Trauma and Erasure

Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts
, Vol. 16, No. 1. (2011), p. 164. by Gwynneth VanLaven
Inquire for copy.
Available by purchase from Routledge (Taylor & Francis):

http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a935020034~frm=titlelink?words=trauma,erasure
I have some very new work in this juried exhibition.  It looks like a very interesting mix, 15 artists in all.  Join us at the opening!
UNFAMILIAR TERRITORIES
Jan.14 – Feb.21, 2011
Adam Lister Gallery, Fairfax, VA
opening reception:
Friday January 14, 6-9pm
Adam Lister Gallery - Unfamiliar Territories

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