RALEIGH, NC - The Nature Art Gallery presents, "Feathers and Fluff" artwork by Dottie Shaftner. The show runs April 5th through April 28th. Gallery reception, Saturday April 6th 2:00-4:00pm at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences. Please join us for this exciting show.
BRATTLEBORO, VT - “Amy Bennett: Nuclear Family” is a series of narrative paintings based on intricate 3D models. “I built a diorama of a fictional rural landscape and gradually developed it into farmland and ultimately, a town,” Bennett said.
EUGENE, OR – The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art explores Peru with a new exhibition “Qosqo, entre el pasado y el presente: Photography in Cusco 1895-1945.” Featuring the works of nine photographers, who lived in the Cusco region, the exhibition offers a portrait of a city and a culture at the dawn of the modern era.
KANSAS CITY, MO – A fantastical world created by artist Saya Woolfalk in Saya Woolfalk: Expedition to the ChimaCloud, an immersive, multimedia exhibition created for the Nelson-Atkins. Expedition to the ChimaCloud incorporates cultural hybridization, technology, identity, spiritual rituals, and science fiction to continue the extensive narrative of a fictional race of half-plant, half female beings created by Woolfalk called the Empathics.
OMAHA, NE - Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts announces artists selected for its international Residency Program taking place January 23–April 19, 2019. The diverse range of disciplines includes video, installation, writing, sculpture, drawing, architecture, performance, poetry and sound.
SEATTLE, WA - Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, and Hesam Rahmanian work collectively to create installations, paintings, and stop-motion animations that transform found materials in order to critically examine contemporary history-in-the-making.
KANSAS CITY, MO - Acclaimed artist Andy Goldsworthy, who works with nature and time to create site-specific installations, will build Walking Wall in five successive sections at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City in 2019. Over a period of five installments, the wall will literally move from the east part of the museum to its final resting place inside and outside the Bloch Building lenses.
BOSTON, MA — the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston (ICA) opensRagnar Kjartansson: The Visitors, a monumental nine-channel sound and moving-image installation of a performance staged at Rokeby Farm, a historic 43-room estate in upstate New York.