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Artists working for just societies in the US and around the world

Work by Alfredo Jaar Currently in Six Exhibitions

Work by Prospectus artist Alfredo Jaar (Public Interventions) can now be seen in six exhibitions in the US (2); England (2); Italy; and Germany: Alfredo Jaar: The Garden of Good and Evil   Yorkshire Sculpture Garden, Yorkshire, England October 12, 2017 – April 6, 2018 Artists Need to Create on the Same Scale That Society Has the […]

Group Show with McLaurin Work through Dec. 15

Impact, an exhibition featuring work by recipients of the Piscataqua Region Artist Advancement Grant awarded by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, including Cathy McLaurin, is on view at the Museum of Art, Paul Creative Arts Center, 30 Academic Way, University of New Hampshire, Durham. The exhibition will close December 15. McLaurin was a participant in Prospectus artist Alfredo Jaar’s Public […]

Updates on Long-Term Project in Sweden by Daniel Peltz

Prospectus artist Daniel Peltz (Unrealized Gain/Loss) has been working on an artistic research project coming out of a ten-year engagement with the Swedish glass factory town of Rejmyre. He recently exhibited the current state of that work, Seeking an Any Thing in the ruins of Rejmyre’s Future, as part of an exhibition at Färgfabriken Konsthall in Stockholm. […]

D’Ignazio/Sutton Project Part of “Big Bang Data” Exhibition at MIT Museum

Boston Coastline: Future Past, a “walking data visualization” produced by Prospectus artist Catherine D’Ignazio (Erase the Border) and local artist Andi Sutton, is on view through March 30, 2018 in the exhibition Big Bang Data at the MIT Museum, 265 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA. “Boston Coastline: Future Past is a collaborative project that captures the future […]

“The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes” Webseries Nominated for IFP Award

The Strange Eyes of Dr Myes webseries by Prospectus artist Nancy Andrews received a 2017 IFP Gotham Award nomination for Breakthrough Series – Short Form. This year, the winner of this category will be determined by the voting membership of the IFP. You can see Nancy’s series here: https://thestrangeeyesofdrmyes.com/ . Voting for IFP members will start Nov 17: http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/movies/la-et-mn-get-out-gotham-awards-nominees-20171019-story.html Nancy’s Prospectus projects […]

Leonard’s Album “Matanzas” Now Available

Prospectus artist Neil Leonard (FeFa) has announced the release of his new solo album, Matanzas, on Akoh records. Featuring alto saxophone, audio processing and field recordings, the album can be acquired as a limited edition vinyl LP or a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and other formats. Unlimited streaming is available via the free Bandcamp app. For access and/or […]

Ashland Memorial Healing Garden Vandalized; Donate through The Arts Company for Repair, Preservation

This past May, vandals destroyed several colored plexiglas panels in the roof of the Ashland Memorial Healing Garden, part of Prospectus artist Dan Borelli’s Illuminating Futures project, which he created in response to the Nyanza Superfund site, the toxic contamination of water and soil in Ashland and the surrounding area by the Nyanza Chemical Colorant Plant. The Arts Company is […]

Nancy Andrews
In Health

Nancy Andrews

Loupette and the Moon + Delirious For the Prospectus, filmmaker and visual/performance artist Nancy Andrews has created a comic book, Loupette and the Moon, featuring the story of a girl with hypertrichosis, a condition of more-than-normal body hair growth, or, as Nancy puts it, a tale of “genetics and destiny.” She also has contributed new […]

Hiroko Kikuchi + Jeremy Liu

Hiroko Kikuchi + Jeremy Liu

Creative Determinants of Health The Creative Determinants of Health Cards are a game, a manual, a meditation and a muse for understanding the Social Determinants of Health. The Cards are a result of combining the concept of Creative Intelligences, the way in which people create an understanding of the world around them, with the Social […]

Institute for Infinitely Small Things

Institute for Infinitely Small Things

Erase the Border The Institute for Infinitely Small Things has been working for two years on various aspects of the Erase the Border project with members of the Tohono O’odham tribe, especially Ofelia Rivas, a prominent tribal activist and artist. After several iterations, their Prospectus contribution consists of a website centered on an aural, participatory […]

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