Filed under: POETRY, WRITING | Tags: 22, a, AJ, amy, as, brooklyn, her, huffman, magazine, new, of, portrait, purse, the, woman, york
Red enameled alligator encases three
cloth sacks of unified survival. Beneath zipper
#1 waits five nickels, bottle of glittered nail
polish, miniature journal, handful of pens, only
one still wearing cap. Skip #2, it is stuck
shut and whatever is in there has been labeled
unnecessary and forgotten. #3 never closes,
most-used, most-important, must remain
accessible, always. Checkbook teeters
against tightly-capped Crazy
Glue, shades sunglasses from potential scuffs
from engraved silver cardholder, coupon folder, ring
of 37 keys, only 3 having known locks or ignitions
to turn. Ringing requires perimeter check. Pockets
bulge, aspirin and birth control semi-hidden
in tightly-snapped front pocket, portable
hard drive and note cards on Roman Architecture
threaten to spill out of left side pouch. Right
must be the never-ending musical bleeping,
incessant blipping of latest high-tech, supposedly
miniaturized, iPhone, trying to pass itself
off as both computer and lifeline when it is really
more crutch and anvil. Last stop, strap with photo
keyring dangling attachment. Favorite snapshot
of herself smiling at the world, makes everyone wonder
who or what was making her laugh that hard.
A.J. Huffman is a poet and freelance writer in Daytona Beach, Florida. She has previously published six collections of poetry all available on Amazon.com. She has also published her work in numerous national and international literary journals. She has is the editor for six online poetry journals for Kind of a Hurricane Press . Find more about A.J. Huffman, including additional information and links to her work at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000191382454 and https://twitter.com/#!/poetess222.
Filed under: ART | Tags: 22, brooklyn, drawing, france, homeless, magazine, map, new, of, painting, portuguese, powell biro, the, woman, york mark
Filed under: VIDEO WEEKEND | Tags: 22, and, art, artist, artists, brooklyn, centaur, INTI, leaf, magazine, new, ny, the, Video, weekend, woman, york
Filed under: ART, FILM/VIDEO | Tags: 22, 33, art, artists, arts, brooklyn, Deleuze, Didier Wampas, french, intimate thoughts, lifestyle, love, magazine, nabakov, new, Nietzsche, ny, nyc, old, overcoming heartbreak, pale fire, paris, performance, photos, portrait, relationship, subjective point of view, surreal, video image, woman, years, york
Video portrait of a 33 year-old french woman overcoming a heartbreak made from still images and inner voice over.
A video by Miyoko Caubet – french video artist
with Mélanie Mary – french actress, theater director and writer
Filed under: ART | Tags: 22, a, and, archives, brooklyn, dept, dirt, enviromental, fence post, flordia, FLorida, from, girls, glass lantern slides, hand colored, hand colored photographs, lakes, library, magazine, man, new, ny, nyc, of, overalls, palms, parasol, parasols, path, people, photos, pond, protection, state, swamps, the, through, tree, water, woman, york
“Glass lantern slides created by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection depicting a variety of Florida’s natural features, including scenes of rivers and river banks, forests, nature trails, fishing, sand dunes, and swimming. Most have no further identification.”
Filed under: INTERVIEWS, MUSIC | Tags: 1, 22, abbesses, band, bjork, bonnie, brooklyn, carousel, deezer, doll, foles, france, franco, francocolies, francofolies, gaga, girl, heart, jaune, K., li, loops, madame, mademoiselle, magazine, matt, metro, mowatt, music, nature, new, noise, ny, nyc, of, one, paries, paris, short, sound, stories, telephone, the, voodoo, voume, woman, york
Filed under: FILM/VIDEO | Tags: 22, brooklyn, Celebrity, exploitation, feminie, gagosian, gallery, Lindsay, linsey, lohand, magazine, new, ny, nyc, of, philips, reflection, rehab, richard, self, sex, symbol, the, woman, york
Filed under: ART, THE WEEK/THE WEEKEND | Tags: $10, 22, a.i.r, art, artists, brooklyn, calls, for, frank, gallery, HERE, kiki, magazine, mary, new, ny, nyc, postcard, reuse, smith, space III, submissions, sustainable, the, were, wish, woman, women, york, you
From A.I.R. Gallery:
We invite you to participate in our yearly benefit postcard show, Wish You Were Here 10 from June 22 – July 16, 2011. Last year’s exhibit had work by over 400 artists including Kiki Smith and Mary Frank. This year we hope you will join us in our mission to provide leadership and community to women in the arts by exhibiting your work in Wish Your Were Here 10.
Filed under: EVENTS | Tags: 115th, all, Amith, Andrew Belcher, ashley, brian, candidate, Carter university, Chandrashaker, Chelsea D’Aprile, Cherish Duke, Chip, Columbia, david, directing, doctor, enthuse, faustus, G-Bowley, gertrude, kelly, Kevin Mannering, Kopp, Kristen, Lea McKenna-Garcia and Ryan R. Rinkel, Leeanne, lights, M., mcCorkle, MFA, mother, of, Rodgers, S, Schapiro, stein, Sunrise Marks, tata, the, theater, theatre, us, West, woman
Ashley Kelly Tata writing to invite you to the next theatrical extravaganza brought to you by Columbia University with the energy and collaboration of Enthuse Theater.
We are very excited (and a little bit nervous) to share with you the work we have been doing on Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights, written by “The Mother of us All,” Gertrude Stein. We have been hard at work detangling the knotty words of Stein in a valiant attempt to bring to you this take on a story we all know: Faustus has sold his soul to Mephisto for eternal life and knowledge—and light. But what if there is no proof of purchase? What if a woman entered this world and seems to possess that knowledge without having sold her soul? Who has the right to knowledge? What is the responsibility of power? What does a guy (or girl) have to do to get to hell?
We hope you will join us for 90 minutes of a theatrical exploratory event created by an incredible group of artists. Please come for the show, stay for the conversation, the environment, and the company.
Until then, with awe, enthusiasm and great anticipation,
Ashley Kelly Tata
MFA Directing Candidate 2012
Doctor Faustus Lights the Lights
By Gertrude Stein
Directed by Ashley Kelly Tata
Dramaturgy by David Carter
Music by Brian McCorkle
Choreography by Leeanne M. G-Bowley
Lighting Designed by Amith Chandrashaker
Costumes Designed by Kristen Kopp
Performed by: Andrew Belcher, Chelsea D’Aprile, Cherish Duke, Kevin Mannering, Sunrise Marks, Lea McKenna-Garcia and Ryan R. Rinkel
Image by Chip Rodgers
The Schapiro Theatre
605 West 115th St (in the basement)
Friday, April 22nd at 8PM
Saturday, April 23rd at 3PM and at 8PM
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Filed under: EVENTS | Tags: 1972, 22, air, ann, art, artist, artists, arts, brooklyn, chase, council, fellowship, feminist, gallery, jiyoon, JP, koo, magazine, morgan, pachner, photo, project, show, since, supporting, the, woman
Apr 28, 2011 – 6:00pm-8:30pm
Opening Reception: Ann Pachner, Photo Show, Jiyoon Koo
April 27th through May 21st 2011:
Gallery I: Ann Pachner
Gallery II: Photo Show
Fellowship Gallery: Jiyoon Koo -2010-2011 Fellowship Artist
Opening Reception: Thursday April 28th 2011, 6:00pm-8:30pm
Filed under: EVENTS | Tags: 22, a.i.r, air, art, artist, arts, brooklyn, drawing, gallery, in, ink paper, katherine, lan, large, magazine, mann, new, ny, nyc, opening, OPENINGS, painting, scale, the, tzu, woman, women, york
At A.I.R. Gallery, Thursday, April 21st, from 6pm to 7:30pm. This event is free and open to the public.
A.I.R. Gallery Announces 2011-2012 Fellowship Recipients Aimee Burg, Annie Ewaskio, Bang Geul Han, Einat Imber, Katherine Tzu-lan Mann, and Regine Romain. Artist will briefly present their work. Light refreshments will be served.
Brooklyn, NY, April 2011 – A.I.R. Gallery is pleased to announce the six 2010-2011 A.I.R. Fellowship Recipients: Aimee Burg, Annie Ewaskio, Bang Geul Han, Einat Imber, Katherine Tzu-lan Mann, and Regine Romain. Please join us for the Welcome Party for the Fellowship Recipients on Wednesday, April 21, from 6pm to 7:30pm. This event is free and open to the public. Each Fellow will briefly present images of her work. Light refreshments will be served.
The A.I.R. Fellowship Program for Emerging and Underrepresented Women Artists was established in 1993 and has helped launch the careers of over 40 women artists since it’s inception. Each year the program offers six women artists the opportunity to have their first solo exhibit or their first solo exhibit in 10 years. A.I.R. Fellows advance their careers with a studio visit from an art professional, 18 months of professional development, and mentoring with the A.I.R. Gallery artists and staff. A.I.R. Gallery looks forward to the dynamic and diverse exhibitions of each Fellowship Artist, presenting paintings, mixed media installation, photography, and sculpture. Additionally, each Fellowship recipient will organize a public outreach program at the gallery, meeting A.I.R.’s mission to provide leadership and community to women artists. We hope you will join us for these exciting exhibitions and events!
Aimee Burg received her BFA from Pratt Institute and her MFA from Yale, where she received the George R. Bunker Award for excellence in the Sculpture department. She was also one of eight American MFA students to be chosen for the USA/MFA exhibition in Israel’s leading graduate art school, Bezalel, promoting conversation in art between cultures. This exchange has influenced her current project curating an Israeli and American artist collaboration, opening in Sunset Park in April, 2011.
Bang Geul Han was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. Han earned her MFA in Electronic Integrated Arts from the New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University in Alfred, NY and BFA in Painting from the Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea. Based in the US since 2003, she participated in the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture,the MacDowell Colony, the Triangle Artist’s Workshop and the Artist Alliance Inc’s Lower East Side Rotating Studio Program. She works with variety of media ranging from watercolor to computer programming.
Annie Ewaskio was born in Hanover, New Hampshire and grew up amidst trees, hills, love and adventure. She received her BA from Grinnell College in 2004 and a Post-Baccalaureate certificate from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in 2006. Her paintings and drawings have been shown nationally, primarily in New York and Baltimore, where she recently had an exhibition at Metro Gallery. Her work has been published in catalogues and in Studio Visit Magazine. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Einat Imber (born 1979, Israel) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Although her practice is based in an urban environment, it is closely related to nature. In 2008, a fellowship from the Joan Mitchell Foundation allowed her to spend 4 weeks as artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center. She returned to the city with a U-haul full of driftwood. Other materials for her work are sourced from hardware stores, the 99¢ store, bait and tackle shops, the fabric district or the McMaster catalogue. Her work has been included in numerous group shows in and around New York City. Most recently she presented a room full of sculptures, drawing and photography as part of the 2010 Governors Island Art Fair. She received her BFA from the Cooper Union and lessons for a lifetime from its sculpture shop.
Katherine Tzu-lan Mann received her BA from Brown University and MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She is the recipient of a Fulbright grant to Taiwan and the Toby Devan Lewis fellowship. She has participated as an artist in residence at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Blue Sky Dayton, Vermont Studio Center, Salzburg Kunstlerhaus, Triangle Workshop and Anderson Ranch Art Center residencies, and will take part in the Bemis Center residency program in 2012. Mann is currently an instructor at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
For a full press release with bios of each of the 2011-12 Fellows, please click HERE.
Filed under: EVENTS, WRITING | Tags: a, ansel, bradbury, carolina, elkins, feminism, feminist, furies, jamey, making, MFA, noise, north, poetry, program, prose, reading, the, thera, three, Vengeance, webb, with, woman, women, writing
The Three Furies: Writing with a Vengeance
Filed under: EVENTS, The 22 | Tags: 22, and, art, brooklyn, brush, does, door, fair, fine, in, inc, is, it, it matter, literary, magazine, new, ny, nyc, pen, performing, the, visual, woman, york
Founded 117 years ago, The Pen and Brush, Inc. is an international membership organization for women in the visual, literary and performing arts and supporting public members. The Pen and Brush is a vibrant resource for its members, nonmember participants, and a flourishing cultural center for the surrounding community.
The Pen and Brush’s archives (1894 – 1934) are stored on microfilm in the Archives of American Art. Click here for information on accessing these records.
Call for Entry
Two Artist Opportunities:
Art Fair / Exhibition
In Door Art Fair
Entry Deadline: May 20th, 2011
The Pen and Brush announces our first In Door Art Fair. For two weekends this spring in conjunction with our upcoming exhibition, Is It Fine Art? Does It Matter? artists will have the opportunity to rent an area of wall space; space for installation art or sculpture; and/or table space to exhibit, display, and sell their work to visitors. This opportunity is open to all professional level art in all media, and all types of craft.
1st Weekend: Memorial Day Weekend
Sat. May 28th, 11am-5pm
Sun. May 29th, 11am-5pm
Sat. June 4th, 11am-5pm
Sun. June 5th, 11am-5pm
Pen and Brush Members receive a 10% discount on rental fees.
Is It Fine Art? Does It Matter?
An Exhibition Challenging Tradition
Deadline Extended: Friday, April 22th, 2011
Announcing New Dates: May 26th – June 26th, 2011
Is It Fine Art? Does It Matter? is looking for works that challenge tradition. Curated by gallerist and auctioneer Kenneth Hutter and auction appraiser Jennifer Elhardt, this exhibit will explore artistic expression outside the canon of “fine art.”
Open to all media, including:
- Craft, (all forms: mixed media, fiber, jewelery, wearable art)
- Photography (all forms: commerical, digital, etc.)
- Book illustration
- Set design (project elements, or drawings)
- Architectural Design (project elements, or drawings)
- Decortative Arts
- Mixed media
- Enamel work
There are no size restrictions on any work.