I am excited to have three Neighborhood portraits in the Wisconsin Artists Biennial at the Museum of Wisconsin Art until April 8th.
Androgyny is in the group show "Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibit" curated by John Schuerman and co-curator Mark Lawson.
In our current divisive social and political landscape, the newest exhibit at the Milwaukee
Institute of Art & Design (MIAD) asks viewers to do what lately seems rather difficult: feel empathy. “Humanly Possible: The Empathy Exhibition” is on view in MIAD's Frederick Layton Gallery January 12 – March 3. MIAD's galleries are free and open to the public, Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Free gallery tours are available at miad.edu/gallerytours.
Artists exhibiting: Juliane Shibata, Tina Blondell, Inna Valin, Chase Boston, Christopher E.
Harrison, Nooshin Hakim, Peter B. Nelson, Liza Sylvestre, Gudrun Lock, Sue Coe, Lois Bielefeld and Raoul Deal.
• Thursday, February 15, 7 p.m. – Empathy, Connections and Borders: An Evening of Poetry and
A night of visual and oral storytelling between artists and writers from Milwaukee and Minneapolis exploring empathy, creating human connections and crossing borders. Performers include Michael Kleber-Diggs, Anais Deal-Marquez, Kavon Cortez-Jones, Dinorah Marquez, Isela Xitlali Gómez and Eli Avalos.
• Thursday, March 1, 7 p.m. – 100 Lullabies (Lullaby Songs for Syrian Refugees)
An experiential platform for listening to stories of war, face to face with artists who grew up during war in the Middle East. Audience members will be invited to sing and record a song of comfort or lullaby in their own language for children who are affected or displaced from their motherland by war. Participants include: Nooshin Hakim Javadi, Pedram Baldari and Katayoun Amjadi.
Weeknight Dinners will be a part of ICP's Projected series from October 9- October 15, 2017. During the day, the work is presented on monitors and during evening hours, images are literally “projected” onto the windows of the ICP Museum; they can be viewed from the sidewalk outside the museum and are most visible after sunset.
International Center of Photography Museum
New York, New York 10012
October 9- October 15 2017
I'm honored to have Androgyny in Please Check a Box: Sex, Gender, Identity, and Privacy show currently on view at University of Green Bay's Lawton Gallery. Artists exhibited: Jess T. Dugan, Jeffrey Morin, and Benjamin D. Rinehart.
Lawton Gallery located in the Theatre building
September 7-October 5, 2017
In 2015, I documented my daughter's high school cross country team for the entire season. I tagged along to a midnight run, a camping trip (with 61 girls!), races, team-building activities, workouts, and loads of zany to sweet traditions such as leg striping. The series reveals a roller coaster of emotions and physical ordeals that tell a captivating story of growth and accomplishment, while also encouraging us to revisit our past lives as teenagers navigating the landscape of friendship, group dynamics, and team sports. The show will run from July 20th to October 22nd and it includes photographs, installations, and audio installations.
Charles Allis Art Museum
Exhibition Dates: July 20th-October 22, 2017
1801 N Prospect Ave (entrance on E Royale Place)
Visiting Hours: Wed-Sun 1-5PM
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