Monthly Archives: December 2015

Queens Museum-Jerome Foundation Fellowship Program for Emerging Artists

Second iteration of the Queens Museum-Jerome Foundation Fellowship Program for Emerging Artists

David Sundberg, Esto, 2013.

Queens Museum-Jerome Foundation Fellowship Program for Emerging Artists

Queens Museum

Deadline to apply: February 1, 2016
Fellows announced: March 15, 2016

Queens Museum
New York City Building
Flushing Meadows
Corona Park Queens, NY 11368

The Queens Museum is pleased to announce the second iteration of the Queens Museum-Jerome Foundation Fellowship Program for Emerging Artists in New York City. The program awards three visual artists a grant of 20,000 USD each, professional development consultations and close mentorship from Queens Museum staff, including Director of Exhibitions/Curator Hitomi Iwasaki, all aimed at the realization of an artist’s project. The fellowship begins in March 2016 and culminates in an exhibition at the Museum in March 2017. Works resulting from the 2014–15 fellowships are currently on view in Catalyst: New Projects by Meredith James, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, and Casey Tang through February 28, 2016.

Fellowship eligibility is limited to emerging visual artists living in the five boroughs of New York City. The Queens Museum defines an emerging artist as one who is at the dawn of their public career. The eligible artist has completed his or her studies, but has not had solo exhibitions at established commercial galleries or institutions or received major grants. The category also includes artists who are well beyond their studies, and may have participated in group exhibitions but have not received extensive press or market recognition. These artists may have exhibited their work in other countries on a limited basis, but have not had major exhibition opportunities in the US or in New York in particular.

A three-member jury will review applications and make final selections. The jury will consist of Queens Museum Director of Exhibitions and two other arts professionals, one of whom will be based outside of New York City.

Please follow this link for complete eligibility criteria and application guidelines.

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Athena Robles and Anna Stein at the Hirshhorn — WPA Holiday Pop Up Shop

DAAN’s Mid-Atlantic rep Athena Robles with Anna Stein (Double A Projects) at the Hirshhorn:

Offsite: WPA Holiday Pop Up Shop

Washington Project for the Arts, in partnership with Smithsonian Enterprises, is pleased to announce it will be sponsoring a two-day holiday pop up shop at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden during the Smithsonian Holiday Festival on Saturday, December 5 and Sunday, December 6, 2015.

For One Weekend Only, Local Artists Sell Works at the Museum; NSO In Your Neighborhood Concert Closes the Festivities

Smithsonian Enterprises and Washington Project for the Arts invite holiday shoppers to a pop-up shop at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 5 and 6, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., during the Smithsonian Holiday Festival. Unique, exciting and reasonably priced works by more than 20 Washington, D.C.-area artists will be on sale in the Hirshhorn lobby. Many of the artists will be on hand to talk about their work with visitors.

“I’m excited about the opportunity to collaborate with an organization that supports such talented artists and look forward to developing future projects with artists in our community,” said Lisa Gold, the Hirshhorn’s director of public engagement.

In conjunction with the event, the National Symphony Orchestra Horn Ensemble will perform an “NSO In Your Neighborhood” concert of holiday music in the Lerner Room Sunday, Dec. 6, at 4 p.m. Admission is free and seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


  • Sharlaine Anapu—handmade jewelry
  • Leda Black—printed textiles
  • Hsin-Hsi Chen—pencil-drawing-inspired clothing and accessories
  • JD Deardourff—comic-book-inspired screenprints and clothing
  • Double A Projects (Athena Robles and Anna Stein)—personalized GIFs
  • Lindsay Giffin—textile jewelry
  • Jeff Herrity—ceramics
  • Elizabeth Hutcheson—greeting cards and gift items
  • Barbara Januszkiewicz—clothing and colorful paintings
  • Gary Kachadourian—life-size posters of hand-drawn objects
  • Tatiana Kolina—sPACYcLOUd clothing and accessories
  • Laurel Lukaszewski—ceramics
  • Cameron Petke—ceramics
  • Maryanne Pollock—hand-painted silk scarves
  • David Prete—3-D-printed jewelry
  • Peggy Reichard—ceramics
  • Kevin M. Roberts—hardware-inspired calendars and magnets
  • Kelly Towles—T-shirts and temporary tattoos
  • Jennifer Vallina—wrapping paper
  • Jordann Wine—glitter paintings
  • Lisa Wood—shibori textiles

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Asia Art Archive in America: END WITH A BOOK— Dec 18, 2015

End with a Book!

Friday, Dec 18 2015, 6:30 – 9pm
Asia Art Archive in America
43 Remsen Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Ticket required due to limited space

Purchase Ticket Here

Join us to celebrate the year end with a one-of-a-kind book raffle! Eight lucky guests will walk home with a unique artist book donated by one of the following artists: Bani Abadi, MAP Office, Jewyo Rhii, Koki Tanaka, Wu Shanzhuan, Xu Tan, Jun Yang, and Zhou Tao. Pay What You Wish to join us at 6:30pm on Friday Dec 18 for drinks and dumplings. All donations of $50 and above will be automatically entered into the raffle. Support AAAinA by purchasing your ticket today!

Unable to attend? Consider a tax deductible donation! Please Click Here for more information.

Asia Art Archive in America is a US 501(c)3 non-profit organization and is pleased to accept donations and other forms of support. Donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Copyright © 2015 Asia Art Archive in America, All rights reserved.

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2016 PLACE Arts & Healing Workshop Series — Applications Due: December 15

2016 PLACE Arts & Healing Workshop Series
Applications Due: December 15
The 2016 Place Workshop Series is presented by Asian American Women Artists Association (AAWAA) under the direction of Cynthia Tom and Dr. Trinity Ordona and with the support of CAMERON HOUSE, San Francisco.

This semester-long workshop series is for women ready to ignite their creative selves and take ownership of their happiness. No art experience is necessary, only the willingness to learn.

We work towards creating an artistic answer to this question by unraveling beliefs that hold women back, excavating family patterns, discovering aspirations, and intuitively creating art through use of found objects.

Email or call 415-722-4296
18 Class Spaces

January – June 2016
Tuesdays 6:30-9:30PM
Saturday field trips 9:30am-1:30pm

1890 Bryant St., Gallery 302, SF

For more info, CLICK HERE or email or
call 415-722-4296

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