Kathryn Sowinski in Process and Purpose: Visual Reflections of Art Teachers
Process and Purpose: Visual Reflections of Art Teachers
Curated by Kristine DeNinno
Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Second Floor Gallery January 15, 2015 - February 14, 2015
Pyramid Atlantic invites you to join our first juried art teachers gallery show, "Process and Purpose: visual reflections of art teachers. We have over 20 art teachers from local Maryland, Virginia, and DC schools. Connections matter. Building a community of art teachers through shared support of creating artwork, experiences, and knowledge is powerful. Share this experience with us.
Saturday, January 17, 2015
3 pm to 5 pm, with round table talk.
For more information, please contact email@example.com
Kathryn Sowinski participating in Options 2013 at Washington Project for the Arts
Dates: April 10 June 9, 2013, Wednesday Friday, 1-7pm; Saturday-Sunday, 12-5pm
Location: Arlington Arts Center, 3550 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201
Curated by: Gerald Ross, Director of Exhibitions and Faculty, MFA in Curatorial Practice, Maryland Institute College of Art.
Participating artists: Selin Balci (Annapolis, MD), Christina Billotte (Baltimore, MD), Michael Borek (Bethesda, MD), Julia Brown (Washington, DC), Carolyn Case (Cockeysville, MD), Bonnie Crawford Kotula (Baltimore, MD), Evan Hume (Washington, DC), Lisa Marie Jakab (Washington, DC), Magnolia Laurie (Baltimore, MD), Aaron McIntosh (Baltimore, MD), Mark Parascandola (Washington, DC), Wendy Rodgers (Takoma Park, MD), Kathryn Sowinski (Baltimore, MD), Colette Veasey-Cullors (Baltimore, MD), William Whitaker (Washington, DC), and Millicent Young (Ruckersville, VA).
Opening Reception: April 13, 2013, 6-9pm
Curators Talk: May 18, 2013, 4:00pm
OPTIONS 2013 is the fifteenth installment of WPAs biennial exhibition of works by emerging and unrepresented artists from DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Begun in 1981 under the direction of WPA Executive Director Al Nodal, the OPTIONS biennial has, for over three decades, showcased vibrant, challenging, and innovative work by artists from the mid-Atlantic region.
Selected from several hundred submissions, the artists in OPTIONS 2013 bring their own strongly developed visions and artistic practices to the exhibition. By presenting work by sixteen distinctive artists the exhibition highlights the diversity of artistic practice in the DC, MD, and VA region. While no single exhibition of this size could fully encapsulate the current state of contemporary art in DC, MD, and VA, OPTIONS 2013 provides a glimpse of the vitality and diversity of the regions contemporary art scene by highlighting some of the areas most thought-provoking emerging and unrepresented artists
Small Wonders & Spectaculars
Jordan Faye Contemporary presents our 6th annual holiday exhibition of precious pieces and grand works:
Small Wonders & Spectaculars
6th Anniversary Open House :: Saturday, Nov 10 / 4 - 8pm
This exhibition features work from:
David Page, Donald Edwards, Janna Rice, Jenee Mateer, Willa Frazer, Lori Larusso, Kate MacKinnon, Lawrence Cromwell, Kenneth Yee, Jim Doran, Alana Beall, Lat Naylor, Sophia Narrett, Everitt Clark, T. R. Kaltreider, Edie Nadelhaft, Michelle Dickson, Melissa Matsuki Lillie, Scott Ponemone, Katherine Sowinski, Edwin Remsberg, Mattye Hamilton, Gina Tackett & more!
Jordan Faye Contemporary is located in Mount Vernon at 823 Park Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201. The gallery is open during exhibitions Tuesday-Thursday 11am - 6pm and in November & December 2nd & 3rd Saturdays from noon - 5pm. We are also open by chance & appointment!