I am delighted to announce that I’ll be artist-in-residence for Interdisciplinary Arts majors at University of Pittsburgh at Bradford in February of 2018. We’ll be exploring our relationships with our places, whether that being on the campus, in town, or in imagination. As many students in this program grew up in Pittsburgh, the shift in […]
An overview of Autumn Banquet, a fundraiser for Catskill Waters, was published in Woodstock Times. The article had an immediate positive effect on ticket sales. This interview was not planned, I was just fortunate that I had scheduled a meeting with Violet about something entirely different. I unloaded on her all the things that were […]
This is a transcript of my speech written for a talk/panel discussion held at Kleinert/James Gallery of Byrdcliffe Artists’ Guild in Woodstock, on April 17, 2016. When I watch this video, I’m filled with love. I love every one of these artists, and so many other artists in our community, and all over the world—their idiosyncrasies, […]
I am very pleased to announce the locations and dates of the final video screening. Below is a short description of the event. (Read more about it on the in the project website) Bearsville artist Keiko Sono presents Yankeetown Pond Project, a video chronicling her public art project which brings people from different social circles […]
An Arrow Pointed Down, a collaborative project with 4 electronic music composers and 4 video artists, will be performed at 2 locations in the Hudson Valley. This project was conceived and organized by composer Josh Groffman, founder of One Quiet Plunge. Saturday, March 21, 2015 ● 6 pm ● Mid-Hudson Heritage Center, Poughkeepsie, NY Friday, […]
Disappearing Pond Project has been awarded Individual Artist Commission Grant from Arts Mid-Hudson. The project will be in full operation as soon as the weather permits.