Faculty News

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  • Laylah Ali

 

 

 

Is anything the matter? 

Drawings by Laylah Ali. 

Opens January 23, at SUNY Fredonia’s Marion Gallery through April 14, 2024.

(Traveling to UMass Amherst and Colby College in 2025.)

Accompanied by a 152 page catalogue (available in February) with essays by Karen Kurcynzski and Arisa White, interview by Romi Crawford, introduction by Barbara Räcker

 Press release link:  https://www.fredonia.edu/news/articles/marion-art-gallery-exhibition-feature-drawings-award-winning-artist

 

  • Kerry Downey

for, between, beside, like, inside, around, near, of, on, under, off, until, behind, to, through, within, without, over, pass, along, among, following, against, from, outside, toward, beyond,

Underdonk Gallery

February 10 – March 10, 2024

Opening Saturday, February 10, 5 – 8 PM

Performance at 6 PM

  • Willie Binnie
CHINATI is pleased to announce that Willie Binnie will be one of the 2024 Artists in Residence.
  • Murad Mumtaz

Book Publication: Faces of God: Images of Devotion in Indo-Muslim Painting, 1500-1800

 

https://brill.com/display/title/65073?contents=editorial-content

 

 

  • Cecilia Aldarondo

My third feature film YOU WERE MY FIRST BOYFRIEND will be publicly presented this fall at the following venues:

October 21-22, Montclair Film Festival

October 28, Unorthodocs Festival, Wexner Center for the Arts

November 3-9, one-week theatrical run (several screenings daily) at DCTV’s Firehouse Cinema in Chinatown, NYC 

November 8, launch on HBO Max (not yet publicly announced)

The film was also selected for the International Documentary Association’s FallDocs Series, which showcases outstanding documentaries that have qualified for the Academy Awards.

  • Pallavi Sen

Artist Pallavi Sen (b. 1989, Bombay) leads an informal conversation about the sculptural artist’s garden that she and a group of Williams College students are cultivating as part of the Clark’s Humane Ecology: Eight Positions exhibition. Sen and the students walk through the garden and discuss the process of cultivation from seed-to-seed, as well as the garden‘s double status as an artwork and productive food source.

Humane Ecology: Eight Positions features a group of contemporary artists who consider the intertwined natural and social dimensions of environmental questions: Eddie Rodolfo Aparicio, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Carolina Caycedo, Allison Janae Hamilton, Juan Antonio Olivares, Christine Howard Sandoval, Pallavi Sen, and Kandis Williams. The exhibition is presented in outdoor and indoor spaces at the Clark, including both the Clark Center and Lunder Center at Stone Hill