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Dawn Clements Conversation: Michele Alpern: Dawn and Cinema Recording

Click here to see a recording of the conversation. Join a live Zoom conversation— January 21 / Noon EST Michele Alpern: Dawn and Cinema First question: “How did film inform Dawn’s way of drawing?” Hosted by James Barron Art

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Dawn Clements: Youtube recording of January 14 Conversation

Please join us for a Live Zoom talk January 14 / Noon EST Susan Swenson and Joe Amrhein: Exhibiting Dawn Clements’ Work First question: “How do you exhibit a 78 foot long Dawn Clements drawing?” Listen to the recorded conversation … Continue reading

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New year, new location

 

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Ati Maier’s “Space Rider” Cycle on view in Jackson Hole, WY

Ati Maier’s “Space Rider” Cycle will be presented at Guesthouse, Jackson Hole, WY, opening January 23rd through March 2021. The cycle includes four short films and one short documentary. Maier’s ‘SpaceRider’ speaks to humanity’s insatiable desire to pioneer and explore. … Continue reading

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Nadja Bournonville new book released

“I have spent the last two years working on a book project set in the basement and archives of The Natural History Museum in Vienna, finally the book is finished!  377 black and white images, one poem, ‘Alphabet’ by the … Continue reading

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Ward Shelley Interviewed on Museum of Non Visible Art

Listen to Ward Shelley interviewed on the Museum of Non Visible Art (Yale Radio) here

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