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This Friday: Jeremijenko to Speak at UCLA

Prospectus artist Natalie Jeremijenko (Environmental Health Clinic + Cross(X)Species Adventure Club) will speak at “Making a Real Difference” Friday, May 26, 10 – noon, at the IDRE/Visualization Portal, Math and Sciences Building, University of California, Los Angeles. The event will be streamed live; join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, or Android at https://ucla.zoom.us/j/684584912 Part of Digital […]

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Leonard/Campos-Pons Installation Part of Documenta 14 in Greece

Matanzas Sound Map (2017) by Prospectus artists Neil Leonard and Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons is on view through Sunday, July 16, at the Nikos Kessanlis Exhibition Hall, Athens School of Fine Arts, Pireos 256, Athens, as part of the international art exhibition Documenta 14, which for the first time this year is split between Kassel, Germany, […]

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THIS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: Celebration + Symposium Dedicated to Robbie McCauley’s Work

NOT TO BE MISSED! On April 6 and 7, Sleeping Weazel theater company will present a celebration and symposium dedicated to the works of performance artist, playwright and Prospectus artist Robbie McCauley at The Greene Theater, Tufte Performance and Production Center, Emerson College, 10 Boylston Place, Boston, in partnership with The Performing Arts Department of Emerson College, ArtsEmerson and […]

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McCauley on Panel about “Topdog/ Underdog” April 4

Prospectus artist Robbie McCauley (More SUGAR) will participate in a panel discussion after the April 4 performance of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Topdog/Underdog directed by Tony Award winner Billy Porter at the BU Theatre, 264 Huntington Ave., Boston. Co-sponsored by Roxbury Community College (RCC) and The Huntington Theatre Company, the panel also will include Daniel Callahan, […]

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“Walden” Show in Concord Includes Driscoll’s Work

On view from April 6 through May 14, Walden: Window & Mirror at the Concord Center for the Visual Arts includes the work of Prospectus artist Ellen Driscoll (Distant Mirrors Website + FASTFORWARDFOSSIL Paintings on Recycled Plastic). The seven other artists to show work in the exhibition are David Brewster, Victoria Burge, Tory Fair, Andy Goldsworthy, […]

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Solo Show in Boston for Ellen Driscoll through June 23

The Rafius Fane Gallery, 460C Harrison Ave., Suite #C24, Boston, has organized an exhibition of Prospectus artist Ellen Driscoll’s recent fabric sculptures. It will be on view from May 5 through June 23, 2017. According to the gallery, “Driscoll combines cloth that typically covers the body as clothing or blanket with larger abstractions of maps and […]

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FUNDREDS on View at Corcoran School of Arts and Design through March 12

Prospectus artist Mel Chin’s “The Fundred Dollar Bill Project” and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design, Washington, DC, are pleased to announce presentation of “The Fundred Reserve” in the Corcoran’s Rotunda, Atrium and Gallery 1 through March 12.  Included are all 453,168 (and counting) of the Project’s hand-drawn representations of $100 bills created over the last […]

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Peltz Receives Funding for “Bureau of Irrational Affairs”

Prospectus artist Daniel Peltz has been awarded a highly competitive seed-funding grant from the Swedish National Arts Grants Committee for the development of a new Bureau of Irrational Affairs within the regional government of Finspång, Sweden. Peltz has been working in Finspång since a 2007 Fulbright artistic research grant brought him to the region. This […]

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Zea Mays’ Research Results in Safer Printmaking Products

Zea Mays Printmaking’s research into safer and non-toxic printmaking products and practices has resulted in three new products available to the contemporary printmaker. Zea Mays Printmaking Transparent Etching Base is now on the market. Manufactured by Hanco Inks, this etching medium turns opaque inks transparent, has a buttery texture and is archival. It is available […]

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Jeremijenko to Be Keynote Speaker at Brown’s Arts and Environment Symposium March 3

The Brown [University] Arts Initiative (BAI) will host “re|ACT: symposium on arts and environment”  March 3-4 in the University’s Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, 154 Angell St., Providence. The symposium will serve as the official programmatic kickoff of the BAI “and brings together cutting edge artists and scholars whose work engages with the multiplicity of environments […]

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