The work of alum Maryann Steinert-Foley (BA ‘11) will be featured
in the exhibition “Equine Therapy II” at b. sakata
garo in Sacramento. The show runs from January 5 to January
30, 2021. There will be an artist reception on January 9 from 6-8
Visitors are required to wear a mask or face covering for
the duration of their stay.
Alum Caz Azevedo’s (MFA ‘20) Community Art Center is hosting
Saturday Art Talk featuring fellow alum Orang Hutan (MFA ‘20)
this coming January 7, 2021 at 6 pm. Orang Hutan will discuss her
close relationship with her choice medium of fire.
These events are free and open to the public in efforts to help
provide art education to the community.
The Chazen Museum of
Art at the University of Wisconsin–Madison recently
added a print by alum Darcy Padilla (MFA ‘18) to its collection.
Padilla has been an associate professor in the Art
Department at UW-Madison since 2018.
Alum Caz Azevedo (MFA ‘20) ’s Community Art
Center will be hosting contemporary artists to talk about
their work and art practice. This coming December 12 at 12 pm,
Caz will talk to fellow alum Zeina Baltagi (MFA ‘20), whose work
explores and exposes the tensions within identity and social
politics. Caz will host a live online conversation about her
project surrounding surveillance as Artist in Residence at the
Alum Sofia Lacin (BA ‘08) and her collaborator Hennessy
Christophel, who form the group Studio Tutto, completed their
latest mural “Hills on Fire,” large-scale mural at Blackman
Cruz, a renowned design showroom in Hollywood.
Alum Mathew Zefeldt (MFA ‘11) has been included in “To
Adjust the Default Settings: The Common Zone of Painting and
Digitality-Influenced Imagery” written by Orsolya Lia Vető
and published in Új
Művészet (November 3, 2020).
Zeina Baltagi (MFA 2020) will join Caz Azevedo (MFA 2020) in
conversation on November 14 at 6 pm as part of the opening
reception of her work at Azevedo’s Gallery. Baltagi’s
show will run from November 14, 2020 to January 7, 2021 as a
revolving exhibition. She will discuss her current artist lecture
series at 11:11 A Creative
Collective where she has a residency.
Alum Julia Haft-Candell’s (BA ‘05) solo show “Carrier Bag of
Fiction” will open at the Candice Madey Gallery in New York City
this November 13 and run until January 23, 2021. The exhibition
title references Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Carrier Bag
Theory of Fiction, in which Le Guin explores millennia-old
storytelling traditions that favor conflict and violence,
weaponizing fiction to reinforce the myths of the hero and the
strongman. Alternatively, Le Guin proffers a concept of fiction
as a carrier bag or vessel used to gather the collective
activities of everyday people.
Art Music Lit
Space’s new show “Dead Reckoning” will hold an Opening
Reception Thursday, October 22. “Dead Reckoning: brings together
artists from different countries, backgrounds and ways of
creating. From New Media to traditional mediums and an exciting
new Audio Work.