Exciting news! I've joined a very talented group of artists who open their studios once a year and put on a great tour. In past years, I've gotten many great gifts here.
This is your chance to see the inside of the studio where most of my art is born! The art is hung, the lights are up, the wassail's brewing and the place has never looked so good! The barn and sculpture garden are ready for your visit. We'll have coffee, tea, wine and snacks, so come for a visit! Vermont slate and stone features a prominent place in my art this season.
There are 3-4 studios within 3 miles of mine and all 13 are within about 20 minutes. You can visit some or all. Treat yourself to a day in the country and get a head start on your gift-giving! See you soon, Jane
Just up 270, the Middletown and Pleasant Valleys of central Maryland are home to a wealth of professional artisans. 13 studios featuring 16 artists will open for the annual Valley Craft Network Studio Tour on November 19 & 20 from 10-5 pm. In its 35th year, Maryland’s oldest studio tour is free and open to the public. One of those studios is an 1825 German Bank barn where I create my art. For additional information and the brochure with a driving map, go to www.valleycraftnetwork.org. Find pictures of our art on Facebook and Pinterest.
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I've been selected as a vendor for All Crafts Considered, NPR's annual holiday bazaar! Swing by the DC headquarters next Tuesday, November 15th, between 3-8pm to find me. It'll be a fun night of retail therapy, music and holiday cheer
NPR headquarters is located at 1111 North Capital Street, NE, Washington, DC, 20002, a short walk from either the NoMA-Galludet or Union Station Metro stops on the Red Line.
WCA CALL FOR ART - Submission Deadline is extended to
The Women's Caucus for Art in partnership with Ceres Gallery in the Chelsea district of New York City announces a call for art for the exhibition 'Wage On! Women, Art, and Money' from January 31-February 25, 2017. We seek works that explore the current economic climate and its impact on wages, female identity, and lives of women both in and beyond the art world. Helga Christoffersen of The New Museum will jury the exhibition. Share your art with us and the world!
Art Works may be broadly interpreted from a political, personal, or formal context in any media. Self-identified women artists at all stages of their careers are encouraged to submit works on this important theme.
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WAGE ON! Women, Art, and Money will be an integral part of the 2017 Women's Caucus for Art annual conference held in New York City from February 15-18, 2017 that includes three days of panels, tours, workshops, networking events and the WCA Lifetime Achievement Awards. The exhibition extends key themes established in 2016 by the Minnesota Women's Caucus for Art's "The Women and Money Project."
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Juror Helga Christoffersen is an Assistant Curator at the New Museum in New York where she was part of the curatorial team for 'The Keeper' (2016), 'Nicole Eisenman: Al-ugh-ries' (2016), the third New Museum Triennial, 'Surround Audience' (2015), and 'Here and Elsewhere' (2014). She has curated solo exhibitions with Cally Spooner, Eva Papamargariti, Leonor Antunes, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, David Horvitz and Hannah Sawtell. Previously she was Assistant Curator of the 55th Venice Biennale, 'The Encyclopedic Palace' in 2013 and coordinator of the Danish Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale in 2011. Currently she is working on upcoming solo shows of Pipilotti Rist and Cheng Ran.