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Joan Snyder, (Top) Study for Ancient Night Sounds, 1984/85 , oil and pencil on canvas, 8" x 14 1/4" and (Bottom) Lovers, 1989, oil on wood panel, 18" x 24"
Joan Snyder/Intimate Works
January 17 - June 5, 2011
How It Happens/Making Prints and Paintings
Sunday, February 13, 2011, 2 pm
2010-11 Estelle Lebowitz Visiting Artist in Residence public lecture with a reception to follow.
Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, 71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
$10 admission; $5 Zimmerli members. Free to Rutgers faculty, staff and students.
For reservations, please call 732/932-7237, ext. 615
Sponsors: Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, a program of the Rutgers Institute for Women and Art in
partnership with the Rutgers University Libraries. Co-sponsors: Associate Alumnae of Douglass
College, Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, Douglass Residential College, The Feminist Art
Project, Rutgers University Libraries, Women Artists Archives National Directory, Women's and Gender
Studies Department, and the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers.
These events were selected by the New
Jersey State Council on the Arts as part of the American Masterpieces Series in New Jersey.
American Masterpieces is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts.
Film Screening: The Heretics
Thursday, March 3, 2011, 7 pm
Followed by conversation with director, Joan Braderman. Film includes interviews with Joan Snyder and other members of the Heresies Collective.
Douglass Lounge, Douglass Campus Center
100 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Dancing with the Dark: Joan Snyder Prints 1963-2010
January 29 - May 29, 2011
Press Release [PDF]
The exhibition and events have been organized by the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, a program of the Institute for Women and Art (IWA) in partnership with the Rutgers University Libraries. The IWA operates as a center of the Office of the Associate Vice President for Academic & Public Partnerships in the Arts & Humanities. Series co-sponsors include: Associate Alumnae of Douglass College, Brodsky Center for Innovative Editions, Douglass Residential College, Global Initiatives, Institute for Research on Women, The Feminist Art Project, Women's and Gender Studies Department, and the Women Artists Archives National Directory. These events are made possible in part by funds from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.
an exhibition by the art collective BRAINSTORMERS
Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series 40th Anniversary Exhibition
September 1 - December 9, 2011
Mabel Smith Douglass Library Galleries, 8 Chapel Drive, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Gallery Hours: M-F 9am-4:30pm; weekends by appointment
Information: http://iwa.rutgers.edu/home/ or 732/932-3726 x15 Directions
Reception and Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series 40th Anniversary Celebration
Tuesday, September 27, 2011, 5-7pm
October 20, 2011, noon
Through public performance, exhibition, publication, the internet, and video, the art
collective Brainstormers (founded in 2005) investigates topics ranging from power structures
in the art world to gender inequity in contemporary museum and gallery exhibitions.
To find out more information about the Brainstormers please visit:
For the exhibition, Real Time, the Brainstormers have created a site-specific installation that
focuses on issues connected to the realities of being a visual artist in the contemporary art
world. In the public imagination, many believe the "artist" to be a self-destructive genius who
spends each day in the studio caught up in the frenzy of inspiration, challenged by the
extremes of addiction and poverty or the pressures of fame. "He" is an outsider, free from the
responsibilities of employment, relationships, and the common aspects of daily living. In an
effort to dismantle this myth and to convey a more accurate portrait of the "artist",
Brainstormers invited hundreds of contemporary artists across the country to share the
intimate details of their daily lives. These artists anonymously contributed daily records and
studio photographs in response to the following:
Brainstormers is interested in an anonymous hand-written record of how you spent your day
yesterday. We are interested in everything from the most mundane details to larger issues.
Please use whatever format makes most sense to you--the format might include lists,
narrative, drawings, a calendar, or your daily planner entries. We understand that yesterday
may not have been a typical day for you. That's fine.
In addition, for the duration of the exhibition, each of the Brainstormers will provide live
video feed of their studio spaces and updates through Twitter that will offer additional
examples of how artists spend their time.
Press Release [PDF]
News Story at centraljersey.com
|Anonymous artists' studios, 2011|