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Miriam Carpenter: A Subtle Curve
Windgate Artist in Residence Exhibition

SEPTEMBER 5 – OCTOBER 3, 2018

A Subtle Curve - Miriam Carpenter

Miriam Carpenter began her career designing furniture alongside Mira Nakashima for over seven years after graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2006. Her work has been exhibited most notably at Moderne Gallery, Wharton Esherick Museum, Fuller Craft Museum, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Philadelphia International Airport, SOFA, Center for Art in Wood, Salon Art + Design, Messiah College, and Design Miami. She was awarded the Windgate ITE Residency in 2014, sponsored by the Center for Art in Wood, and the Windgate Artist-in-Residence at Purchase College, SUNY in 2018. Carpenter has taught at Penland School of Crafts (NC), Snow Farm (MA), Messiah College (PA), Echo Lake Collaboration (PA), Emma International Collaboration (Canada) and CollaboratioNZ (New Zealand). Miriam is currently living and working as Artist-in-Residence at the Raymond Farm Center for Living Arts and Design in New Hope, PA.

Windgate Artist in Residence Program:

Each semester, the School of Art+Design at Purchase College invites one artist in residence in applied design. The program is structured to expand upon the conservatory environment and collaborative atmosphere that is the cornerstone of the Purchase educational experience. It provides students with the opportunity to observe an artist at work and to engage in dialogue with the artist in both the studio and classroom. Through public lectures, workshops, and exhibitions, the AIR program expands on Purchase College’s mission to act as a public resource center for the exchange and exploration of ideas relative to our cultural and social environment.


Art+Design Faculty Invitational

 FEBRUARY 28 - MARCH 30, 2017     

A+D Faculty Invitational

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This exhibition is an experimental group show of Faculty members from the school of Art+Design at Purchase College. Developed by the students as a part of the course Artist as Curator, Artist as Organizer, faculty members were invited to submit their work for consideration by a jury of students. The results produce a cohesive and exciting look at works by Art+Design faculty, through the eyes of the students they teach.   

Exhibition 1 : February 28 - March 14, 2018 

Featuring: 
Matthew Bollinger
Nancy Bowen
Marcia Due
Marc Ganzglass
Casey Hooper
Bob Kozma
Julian Kreimer
Cynthia Lin
Janine Polak
Padma Rajendran
Rob Swainston 

Exhibition 2 : March 20 - 30, 2018 

Featuring: 
Teke Cocina
Stella Ebner
Dianne Hebbert
Sharon Horvath
Aaron Krach  
Warren Lehrer
Beth Livensperger
Joshua Lutz
Rob Swainston
Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa
Raphael Zollinger


We Are All in This Together

SEPTEMBER 27 - NOVEMBER 10, 2017                         
PRINTWEEK 2017   OCTOBER 23 - 25, 2017

Kevin Caplicki, 2017Kevin Caplicki, 2017

We Are All in This Together, presented by Interference Archive with the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative, uses the collection of Interference Archive and materials produced by the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative to explore artists’ solidarity with social movements.

There is a long tradition of artists as organizers. Artists participate in social justice by communicating demands and goals with visual works, with their labor in producing multiples, and through creating consumable items for fundraising. We Are All in This Together illustrates the moments when artists have rolled up their sleeves to do the work of organizing. More than providing political commentary or personal response to topical events, many cultural workers have used their trade and skillset in solidarity with social, economic and environmental struggles. This exhibit will use Justseeds prints that were produced in solidarity with recent Standing Rock, the Wisconsin uprising, and more, along with ephemera from the Interference Archive that reflect those social movements.   

This exhibition is organized by Interference Archive’s Amber Hickey, Amy Roberts, Bonnie Gordon, Melissa Sions, Nora Almeida, and Kevin Caplicki, Interference Archive co-founder and member of Justseeds. Interference Archive is an all-volunteer, grassroots archive of social movement cultural ephemera based in Brooklyn, NY. Its mission is to explore the relationship between cultural production and social movements. This work manifests in an open-stacks archival collection, publications, a study center, and public programs including exhibitions, workshops, educational visits, talks, and screenings, all of which encourage critical and creative engagement with the rich history of how people have organized to transform and improve their lives.

The Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative is a decentralized network of 29 artists committed to social, environmental, and political engagement. With members working from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico, Justseeds is producers cooperative to distribute members artwork that operates both as a unified collaboration of similarly minded printmakers and as a loose collection of creative individuals with unique viewpoints and working methods. We believe in the transformative power of personal expression in concert with collective action.


Windgate Artist in Residence Exhibition 

AUGUST 30 - SEPTEMBER 15, 2017

Christy Oates, Untitled, 2017Christy Oates, Untitled, 2017Christy Oates: Digital Woodcrafting

As an artist and furniture maker with a background in manufacturing, Christy Oates is inspired by digital making combined with traditional woodworking techniques. Using computer-aided drafting programs and computer numerical control (CNC) machines like laser cutters and CNC routers to create her work, she is most interested in questioning where the boundaries of art and manufacturing meet.

Digital Woodcrafting is an exploration of laser-cut wood marquetry techniques for furniture and an investigation of patterns and repetitive forms in bent wood lighting.

Christy Oates in Conversation with the Department of Art History

 

 


2016-17 Academic Year

Divya Mehra, Without You I'm Nothing (Eating the Other), 2014Divya Mehra, Without You I'm Nothing (Eating the Other), 2014

Punching Up

February 22–March 24

Punching Up brings together visual artists working within various permutations of humor (irony, puns, deadpan, satire, etc.) in the service of critiquing those in power. Referring to a comedy-world golden rule of taking cultural hierarchies to task, the artists in Punching Up point out, examine, and combat issues of power. Racism, classism, gentrification, capitalism, elitism, and the art world itself are all subjects to be exposed and examined. Artists in the show work in a variety of mediums including printmaking, drawing, painting, sculpture, video, and performance.

Participating artists include Candyass, Caroline Chandler, Desiree Des, Ryan Falkowitz, Rob Hult, Brendan Loper, Divya Mehra, Jayson Musson, William Pope.L, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, Alan Resnick, Buzz Slutzky, Kenneth Tin-Kin Hung, and Katie Vida. Curated by Janine Polak and Jon Lutz. 

 


The Surface of Design

October 3 - November 11, 2016

The Surface of Design

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Taking its name from a seminal essay by the critic and philosopher Jacques Rancière, this exhibition considers the question of surface in relation to contemporary graphic design. Beyond divisions between the poetic and the professional, or the modern and postmodern, “the flat surface,” Rancière reminds us, “was always a surface of communication where words and images slid into one another.” Curated by designer and writer Mark Owens, The Surface of Design thus brings together select historical objects and work by contempo­rary artists and designers to probe a number of interrelated material practices, including wall­paper, supergraphics, and décor, as well as 3D printing and design for the surface of the com­puter screen. Between these various poles lies the printed page, and the exhibition will also consider how recent technological developments cast light on the notion of “the public” in publication. Taken together, the works in The Surface of Design shed new light on graphic design as “a surface of commu­nication” and ask what new forms of “communal life” might therefore be possible.


Windgate Artist in Residence Exhibitions 2016-17

Peter Galbert: Continuous Grain

 Peter Galbert:

Continuous Grain

January 25–February 10, 2017

Continuous Grain features works in wood using traditional techniques to explore split wood as a sculptural material, resulting in both functional (chairs) and nonfunctional objects.

Mike Rossi: An Original Miscellany

August 29 - September 23, 2016

An Original Miscellany is a presentation of forged steel sculpture and furniture, a mixture of interests and intents. By exploring his objective memory of tools, artifacts and implements, Rossi is building a material language. Combining and refiguring the almost-familiar, these works evoke use, intuition, and recollection.


Artefactual: MFA Thesis Exhibition Series

April 5-21, 2017  &  April 26-May 5, 2017

Design by Qadir El-AminDesign by Qadir El-Amin

 

Show 1:
Tal Beery, Eliza Evans, Ashley Frato, Melinda Kiefer

Show 2: D. Brian Burns II, Carmelita Diaz, Paul Clark Minor

Curated and organized by Faye Hirsch, the exhibition features work by the 2017 MFA Graduates.

Learn More:
https://issuu.com/purchasecollegeschoolofthearts/docs/mfa_2017_thesis

 

Stolen/Missing/Disappeared: MFA Group Exhibition 

December 1 –December 12, 2016

Featuring work from all first and second-year MFA students within the School of Art+Design, includ­ing: Timothy Atticus, Tal Beery, Kelsey Brod, D. Brian Burns II, Carmelita Diaz, Eliza Evans, Ashley Frato, Melinda Kiefer, Paul Clark Minor, Bridget McGuire, Zoey B. Scheler, Sam Spillman, Sophie Treppendahl, Gaku Tsutaja, and Charlotte Woolf.


2015-16 Academic Year

Scott WolniakTablet V (detail), 2015Ink, watercolor, acrylic and gouache on cast/carved plaster with embedded wood, burlap and wire, mounted on plywood.15 x 11 inchesCourtesy of the artistPhoto by Tom Van EyndePhysical Painting

Curated by Jennifer Samet, in conversation with Scott Wolniak, Physical Painting is about work that is anchored in the format of painting, but which incorporates materials and techniques other than paint on canvas.

The artists embrace medium hybridity by building object-like works. They use both destructive and constructive approaches: sticking elements together, embedding objects within, pouring, digging, building up, and cutting away the surface. Wood, plaster slabs, ceramics, patterned textiles, consumer items, shaped surfaces, wire, and glue are used along with, or in place of, traditional pigments and support. Processes such as casting, assembling, and stitching mingle with brushing and mark making.

This exhibition gathers a multi-generational group of artists from across the United States to reveal this expansive direction in contemporary art including; Liv Aanrud, Eleanna Anagnos, Yevgeniya Baras, Michelle Grabner, Ron Gorchov, Hilary Harnischfeger, David Lloyd, Dona Nelson, Larry Poons, Joyce Robins, Cordy Ryman, and Scott Wolniak

Image: Scott Wolniak
Tablet V (detail), 2015. Ink, watercolor, acrylic and gouache on cast/carved plaster with embedded wood, burlap and wire, mounted on plywood. 15” x 11”  Courtesy of the artist, Photo by Tom Van Eynde



MFA Group

Fall 2015 MFA GROUP EXHIBITION

December 2 - 11, 2015

Featuring work from all first and second-year MFA students within the School of Art+Design, including:

Michael Barraco, Tal Beery, D. Brian Burns II, Teke Cocina, Carmelita Diaz, Eliza Evans, Ashley Frato, Lydia Goldbeck, Sarah Hewitt, Owen Hunter, Melinda Kiefer, Eleanor King, Paul Clark Minor, Zoey B. Scheler, Phumelele Tshabalala, Dustina Sherbine

Curated by Faye Hirsch


Windgate Artist in Residence Exhibitions 2015-16

Kimberly Winkle

Kimberly Winkle: Traces

Traces consists of furniture forms that display strong use of color and linear pattern, which are derived from traditional Seminole patchwork. As a member of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma this work is important to me as a form of preservation and expansion of the tradition into contemporary material sculpture.” -Kimberly Winkle

Jason Schneider

Jason Schneider:120◦

September 8-25, 2015

With this recent work 120◦, Jason Schneider furthers his exploration of corrugated cardboard, creating volumes with interactive geometries expressed as functional and non-functional forms.

 

 

Jason Schneider, 120 degree (detail) corrugated cardboard and glass, 2015

 


Interwoven

Interwoven: Prints and Process

The artists featured in this exhibition interweave abstraction, repetition of form, and perception of color into their varied work in printmaking. The exhibition, on view in the Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, includes work by Anni Albers, Polly Apfelbaum, Ann Aspinwall, Joell Baxter, Louisiana Bendolph, Sanford Biggers, Willie Cole, Stella Ebner, Elana Herzog, Emil Lukas, and Richard Tuttle. Curated by Kirsten Nelson.

PurchasePrintWeek 2015

In conjunction with the exhibition Interwoven: Prints and Process, PurchasePrintWeek is a week-long series of printmaking events which will be held from October 5 through October 9. All events are free and open to the public.

Tuesday October 6, 12:30pm-2:30pm
Pressure Printing for Everyone - a drop in workshop. A new way to make prints! Explore pattern, color and texture using this accessible and improvisational method for creating prints. Led by faculty members Stella Ebner and Cassandra Hooper. All are welcome. All materials provided. Printshop, Visual Arts Building Room 1009

Wednesday October 7, 11:30pm-1pm
Gallery talk and print viewing by Willie Cole, Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery and Printshop, Visual Arts Building, Room 1009

Wednesday October 7, 5:30pm-7:30pm
Wayzgoose – an open house with hands-on demonstrations, giveaways, and more. Printshop, Visual Arts Building Room 1009

Opening Reception for the exhibition Interwoven: Prints and Process in the Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, Visual Arts Building. The exhibition will be on view 10/4-11/13

Thursday October 8, 10:30am-12:30pm
Indian Woodblock Printing Workshop Learn an ancient printing technique! Participants will learn how to print using woodblocks and natural dyes on fabric. Workshop led by the Textile Arts Center. All materials provided. Registration required. Maximum number of participants is 15. To register email Stella Ebner: stella.ebner@purchase.edu, Visual Arts Building Room 1009

Thursday October 8, 4:30pm
Artists in Conversation: Prints & Process: Layering, Transparency and Evolution, with Joell Baxter, Elana Herzog, and Christina Lei Rodriquez. Moderated by Cassandra Hooper. Neuberger Study

Image Credit: Anni Albers, Camino Real, 1969. Screenprint, 23 1/2 x 22 in. (59.7 x 55.9 cm). © 2015 Josef and Anni Albers Foundation/Artists Rights Society, New York


Eleanor KingWHAT NOW / NOW WHAT, 2016Site-specific wall painting, Latex paint on opposite walls, 12 x 11ft eachEleanor King
WHAT NOW / NOW WHAT, 2016
Site-specific wall painting, Latex paint on opposite walls, 12 x 11ft each

Accidents into Incidents | 2016 MFA Thesis Exhibition Series

Michael Barraco, Lydia Golbeck, Sarah Hewitt, Owen Hunter
Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery
Visual Arts Building
On View: March 31 – April 13, 2016
Reception: Thursday, March 31, 4:30-7pm

Teke Cocina, Eleanor King, Dustina Sherbine, Phumelele Tshabalala
Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery
Visual Arts Building

On View: April 18 - 29, 2016
Reception: Thursday, April 21, 4:30-7pm

Momenta Gallery
Michael Barraco, Teke Cocina, Lydia Goldbeck, Sarah Hewitt, Owen Hunter, Eleanor King, Dustina Sherbine, Phumelele Tshabalala

56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, New York
On View: May 6-15, 2016
Open: Thursday-Sunday, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, May 6, 7-9pm

The School of Art+Design, part of the School of the Arts at Purchase College, SUNY, offers premiere programs that prepare students for careers in the visual arts and design, as well as lives informed by aesthetic experience. The school honors tradition, encourages experimentation & collaboration, develops critical thinking, and embraces new concepts, materials, and technologies. A faculty of working artists is committed to creating a supportive climate in which students are passionate about learning to see, to think, to make, and to reflect. Our graduates are leaders in cultural production throughout the world.

The MFA Program at the School of Art+Design is a 2 year interdisciplinary graduate program in Visual Arts. The small and highly selective program fosters the artistic, intellectual and professional growth of each student through exposure to a variety of viewpoints represented by faculty, visiting artists and critics, and through independent studio work and academic studies. Essential to the program is the individual studio practice of each student. Through the use of a semi-private studio, along with tremendous facilities, each graduate is expected to produce a body of work during their 2 years in residence.​


2014-15 Academic Year

All CatsAll Cats Are Gray in the Dark: MFA Thesis Exhibition Series

Sarah Fuhrman, Elizabeth Knowlton, Lachell Workman
Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, Visual Arts Building, Purchase College
On View: April 8-15, 2015
Reception: Thursday, April 9, 4:30-7pm

Andrea Barone, Jennifer Conrad, Amy Gartrell, Eugenia Malioykova
Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, Visual Arts Building, Purchase College
On View: April 20-24, 2015
Reception: Thursday, April 23, 4:30-7pm

Momenta Gallery
Featuring All Second Year MFA Students
56 Bogart Street, Brooklyn, NY
On View: May 1-17, 2015, Open Thursday-Sunday, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, May 1, 7-9pm



Senior Thesis Senior Thesis Exhibition

May 9-13, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 9, 2-5pm
Located in the Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery and throughout the Visual Arts Building



I Serve Art I Serve Art

Curated by Sara Reisman
On View: February 17-March 27, 2015 (Monday-Friday 10am-5pm)
Opening Reception: Wednesday, February 18, 6-8pm

Artist lecture with Mierle Laderman Ukeles
Thursday, February 19, 4:30pm
VA Building Room 1016

Curator Talk with Sara Reisman and artists Rachel Higgins and Tattfoo Tan
Wednesday March 11, 12:30-1:30pm
Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery, Visual Arts Building

Presentation by Elizabeth Grady, Programs Director for A Blade of Grass, an organization that nurtures socially engaged art
March 18, 2015, 10:30am-12pm
Room 1016, Visual Arts Building

ARTISTS:
John Ahearn
Nicolás Dumit Estévez
Ghana Think Tank (Christopher Robbins, John Ewing and Carmen Montoya)
Wojciech Gilewicz
Heather Hart
Rachel Higgins
Yoko Inoue
Mladen Miljanovic
Michael Rakowitz
Tattfoo Tan
Mierle Laderman Ukeles
Visual AIDS, curator/designer John Chaich and artists Ben Cuevas, Rebecca Levi, Charles Long, Nathan Vincent, Maria Piñeres and L.J. Roberts

This exhibition will take place in conjunction with Art+Design Sculpture Week, March 25-27, 2015.


Stephen Yusko: Transformations

Windgate Artist-in-Residence
Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery
School of the Arts | School of Art+Design

On view:
January 21-February 6, 2015
Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm
Opening Reception:
Thursday, January 22, 4:30-7pm
Gallery Conversation:
Thursday, January 22, 4:30pm with
Claire Sanford, Trustee President, Haystack School of Crafts
Miguel Gomez-Ibanez, Director, North Bennett Street School< br />Fabio Fernandez,
Executive Director, Society of Arts and Crafts


MFA Group

2014 MFA Group Exhibition

On view: December 4-19, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 4, 4:30-7pm

Curated by Faye Hirsch

Andrea Barone, Michael Barraco, Teke Cocina, Jennifer Conrad, Sarah Fuhrman, Amy Gartrell, Lydia Goldbeck, Sarah Hewitt, Owen Hunter, Eleanor King, Elizabeth Knowlton, Eugenia Malioykova, Dustina Sherbine, Phumelele Tshabalala, and Lachell Workman


Isabelle

Isabelle Moore
CHAIRS
Windgate Artist-in-Residence

On view: September 2-19, 2014
Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm
In Conversation: At 4:30pm, award-winning designer Jeffrey Bernett will discuss design with Ms. Moore in the gallery
Reception: Tuesday, September 2, 5:30-7pm


All images courtesy of The Estate of Antonio Frasconi Page from The Enduring Struggle – Tom Joad's America, 1991. Introduction by Leon F. Litwack. Published by artist, 18 color woodcuts printed by offset lithography by John Mastracchio, 70 pages, 24 1/8 x 38 inchesAll images courtesy of The Estate of Antonio Frasconi
Page from The Enduring Struggle – Tom Joad's America, 1991. Introduction by Leon F. Litwack. Published by artist, 18 color woodcuts printed by offset lithography by John Mastracchio, 70 pages, 24 1/8 x 38 inches
Antonio Frasconi

On view: September 29-November 19, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 2, 4:30-7pm
Opening reception for all venues: Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery & 1019a gallery in Visual Arts, Neuberger Museum of Art, Performing Arts Center Upper Lobby, and the Library.
Gallery Talk with Ilse Schreiber-Noll on Antonio Frasconi as a woodcut artist: Monday October 20, 3-4:30pm
Gallery Talk with Miguel Frasconi, Ben Ortiz and Ilse Schreiber-Noll: Thursday October 30, 3-4:30pm
Closing Celebration: Thursday November 13, 4:30-7pm. The event will include readings from literary texts featured in Frasconi’s work and a concert by Miguel Frasconi.

Additional works can be viewed in the following locations, please contact the School of Art+Design for further information:

Neuberger Museum of Art
Self-portraits
September 28-November 16, 2014
Open Tuesday-Sunday, 12-5 pm

Performing Arts Center, Upper Lobby
Portraits
August 25-December 19, 2014
On view: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm

Library
Published books
August 25-December 19, 2014
On view: Mon-Thurs 8am-2am; Fri 8am-10pm; Sat 10am-8pm; Sun 12pm-2am

1019A Gallery, Visual Arts Building
Student project in response to Let America Be America Again
September 22-October 12, 2014
On view: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm


2013-14 Academic Year

WHISTLE STOP: MFA Thesis Exhibition Series

WhistleRichard & Dolly Maass Gallery
Visual Arts Building, Purchase College
Lindsay Garcia, Samantha Harmon, Christina Healy, Karen Lee
On View: April 3-16, 2014
Reception: Thursday, April 3, 4:30-7pm

Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery
Visual Arts Building, Purchase College
Miyuki Ansari, Juwon Lee, Elizabeth Meyer, Julia Norton, Ryann Slauson
On View: April 21-May 2, 2014
Reception: Thursday, April 24, 4:30-7pm

The Highline Loft
508 West 26th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY
Featuring all MFA Students
On View: May 9-16, 2014, 11am-6pm
Reception: Friday, May 9, 6-8pm


Senior Thesis

Senior Thesis Exhibition

Opening Reception: May 10, 2-5pm
On view: May 10-14, 2014
Located in the Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery and throughout the Visual Arts Building


Julie Langsam

Julie Langsam: Revisiting Paradise

Opening Reception: Thursday, February 20, 4:30-7pm
On View: February 17-March 21, 2014
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm
Located within the Visual Arts Building
March 20, 4:30pm: Q&A with Cole Akers, Curator and Special Projects Manager of the Philip Johnson Glass House, Visual Arts Building, Richard & Dolly Maass Gallery


Michael Mcullen

Michael Cullen, Windgate Artist in Residence (WAIR)

On view: January 23-February 7, 2014
Reception: January 23, 5:30-7pm


Real Life

 

Aisha Miyuki ANSARI
Andrea BARONE
Jennifer CONRAD
Sarah FUHRMAN
Lindsay GARCIA
Amy GARTRELL
Samantha HARMON
Christina HEALY
Elizabeth Jane KNOWLTON
Juwon LEE
Karen LEE
Eugenia MALIOYKOVA
Elizabeth Phelps MEYER
Julia NORTON
Ryann SLAUSON
Lachell WORKMAN


Time Place

Time/Place

Julian Kreimer, Beth Livensperger, George Rush
On view: October 28-November 22, 2013
Reception: November 7, 4:30-7pm
Artists panel discussion, moderated by Susanna Heller: Thursday, November 7, 4:30-5:30pm

A traveling exhibition featuring the paintings of Purchase College Assistant Professors Julian Kreimer and Beth Livensperger, and Ohio State University Assistant Professor George Rush. This show was previously exhibited at the Rhode Island School of Design and the Ohio State University.


Printweek

Home Maker: Prints of Houses, Houses of Prints

Curated by Faye Hirsch
On view: September 23-October 18, 2013
Reception: Wednesday October 2, 4:30-7pm
This group exhibition includes Louise Bourgeois, Ólafur Elíasson, Jane Hammond, Zarina Hashmi, Cassandra Hooper, Gary Kachadourian, Roy Lichtenstein, Yoonmi Nam, Serena Perrone, and Andrew Raftery.


Beth Ireland

From Function to Fetish
Beth Ireland, Windgate Artist in Residence (WAIR)

On view: September 3-16, 2013
Reception: September 16, 4:30-6:30pm
Lecture: Kristin Muller, Executive Director of Peters Valley Craft Center, September 16, 6:30-7:30 in VA Room 1016