September 18-19, 2011
2011 AIM Conference: “Cultural Crossroads: Communities and Connections” in Richmond, Indiana Panel session
The Association of Indiana Museums (AIM) Conference targets those who work in, with and for Indiana museums, as staff, board, and volunteers. In 2011, AIM extends this invitation to those who work in Ohio museums. Sessions are organized into four focus areas: Administration; Collections Management; Education, and Small Museums.
August - October, 2011
Canopies: Groin Vaults and Chain-link Fencing in Louisville, Kentucky
Commissioned by the Louisville Visual Arts Association (LVAA) for the site of the YouthBuild program in Louisville, a new outdoor sculpture will be installed 2011. This project has been jointly funded by the Norton Foundation, LVAA, YouthBuild, and Hanover College.
June 2010 - August 2011
New Albany Bicentennial Public Art Project is a multi-year outdoor exhibition of outdoor sculptures that will interpret New Albany’s rich history and heritage. This originated from a partnership between the Carnegie Center for Art and History and the New Albany Urban Enterprise Association. Beginning in the spring of 2010, five temporary sculptures will be installed in highly visible locations in the downtown historic district. Each subsequent year, new sculptures will be selected and unveiled, culminating in 2013 with New Albany’s Bicentennial Commemoration.
My sculpture for the Bicentennial Public Art Project, Brew History: All Bottled Up, will be included an upcoming book titled Sculpture and Design with Recycled Glass, by Cindy Ann Coldiron, Schiffer Publishing, available October 2011.
Friday, April 22, 2011
ART + PUBLIC = PUBLIC ART, Panel talk, Public Art and the City: Louisville 2011 Public Art Symposium, at the University of Louisville, Kentucky
How do artists define the terms “public” and “art”? Discussion of specific works and projects in the region will highlight ways in which public art has been created, is received and further re‐viewed over time.
Moderator, John Begley, Gallery Director, Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville Panelists:
Ed Hamilton, sculptor and Morgan Professor, Department of Fine Arts, University of Louisville
Leticia Bajuyo, Associate Professor of Art and Gallery Director, Hanover College, Madison, IN
Valerie Sullivan Fuchs, video artist
March 4-27, 2011
Wow and Flutter: Revolutions in coded, de-coded, re-coded memory, at the Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This exhibition was curated by Joey Yates and was a two-person show including two collaborative installations by Joshua Hamilton and myself.
March 11 - April 29, 2011
Co-curator of exhibit titled ENID: Generations of Women Sculptors, Carnegie Center for Art & History, New Albany, Indiana.
ENID is a collective of female sculptors with 16 members, based in Louisville, KY. They derive their name from Enid Yandell (1869-1924), the first recognized female sculptor in Kentucky. This exhibition highlights the diversity of artworks by these artists who work in media ranging from wood and ceramics to found objects and video.
During the exhibition, there are multiple programs and events:
Thursday, April 7, 7-8pm - gallery talk with the co-curators and artists
Tuesday, April 19, noon-1pm - I will be speaking at the Carnegie’s monthly “Lunch and Learn” series
Saturday, April 23, 11:30am-12:30pm - gallery talk with the co-curators and artists
February 13 - April 10, 2011
The Water Tower Regional, first held in 1909, is the oldest competitive juried art exhibition in the Southeast and Midwest regions. Hosted by the Louisville Visual Art Association, the opening reception is Sunday, February 13th, 2-4pm. Jurors: Alice Stites of the International Contemporary Art Foundation and Suzanne Weaver of The Speed Art Museum.
My piece, success 2, was selected to be one of the artworks exhibited in The Water Tower Regional. This 6”x6”x6” plexiglass cube of cubes holds and separates 64 Monopoly hotel game pieces that are made of soap.