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At Loose Ends

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I just wanted to share a note about a show that will be opening in NY this weekend.  I am pleased and honored to be exhibiting a piece(above and right) at the show  Art into Life/Life into Art at The Pen & Brush, INC.  Below is the information sent to me about the show, juror and exhibition location and times: 

Opening Reception: 
Saturday, March 7th, 2-5 PM

 

Art into Life / Life into Art
Celebrating Women’s History

Curated by Midori Yoshimoto

March 5th – 29th  
Gallery Hours:  Thurs.+Fri. 4-7pm / Sat.+Sun. 1-5pm

The Pen & Brush proudly presents Art into Life/Life into Art, an international multi-media exhibition curated by Midori Yoshimoto.  This exhibition consists of art works that forge new connections between art and life in the 21st century.  Within the context of women’s history, these artist’s consider the reaction of artists in the 1960s to the modernist credo of “art for art’s sake”.

Midori Yoshimoto is an associate professor of art history and gallery director at New Jersey City University. Her exhibitions include, Yoko Ono:  Imagine Peace (2008), and For My People:  The Art of Elizabeth Catlett (2006).  She specializes in Japanese avant-garde art of the 1960’s.  Her publications include:  Into Performance:  Japanese Women Artists in New York (2005), which interweaves art and life of five Japanese women artists including Yoko Ono and Yayoi Kusama; an essay in Zen’ei no Josei 1950-1975(2005); and entries in Yes Yoko Ono (2000).  She is currently editing an issue of Women and Performanceon “Women and Fluxus” and co-editing a volume of Positions on “Collectivism in 20th century Japanese art.”  Dr. Yoshimoto serves as the Chair of CAA’s Committee of Women in the Arts. 

Founded over 115 years ago, The Pen & Brush, Inc., is an international non-profit organization for women in the visual, literary and performing arts.  Our rich history is a chronicle of persistence, passion, dedication, and a commitment to equal opportunity.  Some of the countless inspirational women in our number include Eleanor Roosevelt, Pearl S. Buck, Ida M. Tarbell and Jessie Tarbox Beals.

While honoring the ideals and contributions of the women from our vibrant past, The Pen and Brushserves as an open, diverse, global forum, and cultural resource for its members, non-member participants, the professional arts community, and the general public.  Our exhibitions, competitions and programs are open to all professional women artists internationally. 

Simply,

me

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