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Raven Chacon and Diana Al-Hadid Come to Hermitage in May
by Stephi Wild - Apr 22, 2024


The Hermitage Artist Retreat has announced “Visualizing Culture” on Thursday, May 23 at 6:30pm, presented on the Hermitage Beach.

Trust For Governors Island Names Lauren Haynes Head Curator For Arts And Culture
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 26, 2024


The Trust for Governors Island and Governors Island Arts has announced the hiring of Lauren Haynes as their new Head Curator and Vice President for Arts and Culture—marking an exciting step forward for one of New York City's most unique cultural destinations.

Two Exhibitions of Hermitage Artists Will Premiere At Sarasota Art Museum
by Stephi Wild - Feb 22, 2024


The Hermitage Artist Retreat has announced two exhibitions opening at the Sarasota Art Museum in the spring of 2024, featuring a collective twelve Hermitage Fellows, including two past winners of the Hermitage Greenfield Prize.

Ballet Austin Celebrates Valentine's Weekend With A Bold Trio Of Dance Works
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 2, 2024


Ballet Austin presents TRIAD: Three Bold Dances! Celebrate Valentine's Weekend with George Balanchine's Concerto Barocco, Amy Seiwert's Renaissance, and the world premiere of Stephen Mills' BUBBLEGUM! Don't miss this unforgettable evening of dance.

The Hermitage Artist Retreat Announces Playwright Deepa Purohit as the 2024 Recipient of the Hermitage Greenfield Prize
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 12, 2024


The Hermitage Artist Retreat announces playwright Deepa Purohit as the recipient of the 2024 Hermitage Greenfield Prize.

The Hermitage Announces Special January Program in Advance of Two Word-Class Exhibitions Conceived by Hermitage Fellows
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 11, 2023


The Hermitage Artist Retreat announced today a newly added program on Friday, January 5th at 5pm on the Hermitage Beach on Manasota Key.

Tang Teaching Museum Awarded $80,000 NYSCA Grant
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 23, 2023


The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College have announced a grant award totaling $80,000 from the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) to support the recovery of the nonprofit arts and culture sector. Following New York state's historic investment for the arts, NYSCA has awarded $90 million since spring 2022 to a record number of artists and organizations across the state.

Hermitage Awards Two $30,000 Commissions In Visual Art And Dance; 2023 Hermitage Greenfield Prize Winners Announced
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 10, 2023


The Hermitage Artist Retreat (Andy Sandberg, Artistic Director and CEO), in collaboration with the Philadelphia-based Greenfield Foundation, has selected two recipients for the 2023 Hermitage Greenfield Prize, one in the discipline of visual art and one in the field of dance and choreography.

Hermitage Awards Two $30,000 Commissions in Visual Art and Dance to Rennie Harris & Sandy Rodriguez
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 10, 2023


The Hermitage Artist Retreat, in collaboration with the Philadelphia-based Greenfield Foundation, has selected two recipients for the 2023 Hermitage Greenfield Prize, one in the discipline of visual art and one in the field of dance and choreography.

The Hermitage Artist Retreat Announces Dates for 2022-2023 Benefit Events as Part of 20th Anniversary Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 14, 2022


Kicking off the Hermitage Artist Retreat’s 20th Anniversary Season, the Hermitage’s annual Artful Lobster: An Outdoor Celebration will be held on Saturday, November 12, 2022, from 11:30am to 2pm.

James Cohan Announces David Norr As Gallery Co-Owner
by A.A. Cristi - May 10, 2021


James Cohan has announced David Norr as an owner of the gallery. Norr, who served as James Cohan's Senior Director from 2015 to 2018 and was named a Partner in 2018, joins founders James and Jane Cohan in steering the gallery, which operates two spaces in Manhattan: 48 Walker Street in Tribeca and 291 Grand Street on the Lower East Side.

Playwright Aleshea Harris Celebrated At Hermitage Greenfield Prize Award Dinner
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 15, 2021


The evening of entertainment included a welcome video from Tamara Tunie and Black Theatre United; a tribute featuring past Hermitage Greenfield Prize recipients, jurors, and partners; performances of Harris' work; and a stirring musical closing by Ann Morrison and Joseph Holt.

Jennifer Packer is the 2020 Hermitage Greenfield Prize Winner
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 18, 2020


The Hermitage Artist Retreat, in collaboration with the Greenfield Foundation, has selected New York-based artist Jennifer Packer as the winner of the 2020 Greenfield Prize, given this year in the field of visual art. Packer will receive a six-week residency at the Hermitage and a $30,000 commission for a new work, which will premiere in Sarasota in 2022 with the Hermitage's presenting partner, The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art.

Pew Center Announces 53 New Grants for Philadelphia Artists & Organizations
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2017


The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage today announced 53 grants in support of the Philadelphia region's cultural organizations and artists. The 2017 awards total more than $10.3 million and provide funding for 12 new Pew Fellowships, 39 Project grants, and two Advancement grants.

Mark Ryden Signs on for JUXTAPOZ X SUPERFLAT This Weekend in Seattle
by BWW News Desk - Aug 4, 2016


Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce gallery artist Mark Ryden's participation in the 'Juxtapoz x Superflat' exhibition in Seattle.

Cynthia-Reeves Gallery Announces September Museum Highlights
by Matt Smith - Sep 10, 2015


CYNTHIA-REEVES announces the international premiere of New York-based artist, Anita Glesta's  WATERSHED video installation at London's annual Totally Thames Festival, Tuesday, September 22 - Sunday, September 27, 2015. A public art project addressing climate change through large-scale imagery and sounds of ocean life and flooding waters, WATERSHED acts as a moving information 'billboard' about global warming that will be projected onto the face of the National Theatre [Lyttelton Flytower], facing the Thames River itself.  The  project's multi-sensory experience aims to offer the public a chance for intimate reconnection with nature, a phenomena so often lacking in the urban environment, along with the opportunity to reflect on the local effects of climate change in waterfront cities.

The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art Opens MOUND AT LARGE Today
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2015


Intricate candy-colored prints, drawings, collaged felt paintings and site-specific installations work together to tell the story of the Mounds-a group of bizarre mythical creatures that are the tragic protagonists of the artist's unfolding narrative between good and evil. Storytelling is a central part of Hancock's artistic practice. Each new work serves as a contribution to the saga of the Mounds, portraying the birth, life, death, afterlife, and even dream states of these half-animal, half-plant creatures, and their aggressors, the Vegans.

The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art Presents MOUND AT LARGE, 1/9
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2015


Intricate candy-colored prints, drawings, collaged felt paintings and site-specific installations work together to tell the story of the Mounds-a group of bizarre mythical creatures that are the tragic protagonists of the artist's unfolding narrative between good and evil. Storytelling is a central part of Hancock's artistic practice. Each new work serves as a contribution to the saga of the Mounds, portraying the birth, life, death, afterlife, and even dream states of these half-animal, half-plant creatures, and their aggressors, the Vegans.

Art Museum iMOCA Encourages You to Donate
by Matt Smith - Dec 4, 2014


We at iMOCA know art can and does change the world. That by sparking the senses, art can make us more conscious of our positions in time, space, hierarchy, society, culture, the planet. In the long run, this heightened conscious will result in change for the better - emotionally, socially and politically.

The San Francisco Art Institute Presents WRONG'S WHAT I DO BEST, Now thru 7/26
by BWW News Desk - Apr 24, 2014


The San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI), one of the most prestigious and oldest art schools in the nation, presents Wrong's What I Do Best, an exhibition transcending social, political and personal fault lines intent on provoking dialogue through the artists' fearless exploration of the deep and sometimes dark edges of our world. Working against both correctness and failure, Wrong's What I Do Bestrevels in repeated derailments to present the work of artists who commit themselves to unadulterated freedom of expression. Some of the artists unearth scorched histories or upset “natural” order, while others fling themselves headlong into the coming apocalypse. Characterized by illicit unrestraint and lack of critical judgment, the work occludes the artists' true selves.

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