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Governor's Island BWAC 2010

Nature Rules: BWAC Outdoor Sculpture Show, Governor's Island

June 5 — Oct. 10, 2010

Group exhibition of large-scale sculptures including Reflection Bench with a view of Lower Manhattan, Brooklyn, and East River Bridges. Visit the island park by ferry for a great weekend outing, with art, food, mini-golf, and music!

www.govisland.com/visit_the_island

Hat Factory Film Panel

Film Screening & Panel Discussion

May 1, 2010, 6:30 pm

Who Does She Think She Is?, a documentary by Pamela Tanner Boll about the lives of artist-mothers.  Six panelists include: Maria Colaco, Leslie Fields-Cruz, Sarah Haviland, Kathleen Pemble, Lowry Reinauer, and Dar Williams. The Hat Factory, 1000 N. Division St., Peekskill, NY

www.thegardenroad.org/greventpage.html

 

 

Chashama Habitat 2010

Recycling the Studio II: Habitat for Artists at Chashama

April 17 — April 28, 2010

Benefit show asking "What Inspires You?," featuring 6"x6" Recycled Drawings and hosting a series of discussions and presentations on Green and Sustainable practices. 112 W. 44th St., NYC (at Broadway and Sixth Ave.) 

 

www.chashama.org/info/info-112-100414-28hfa.htm

 

Garnerworld

GAGA Arts Center, Garnerville, NY

October 16, 2009 — February 21, 2010

Garnerworld: Celebrating 75 Years of History is an invitational tribute exhibition of over 90 artists responding to an historic mill complex and arts center.

www.gagaartscenter.org

Tributaries

Tributaries: Collaborative Concepts @ Maxwell Fine Arts

Sept. 11-November 30, 2009

Group show celebrating the Hudson River Quadricentennial in the stone-terraced sculpture garden of 1204 Main Street, Peekskill, NY. Curators Sarah Haviland, Jim Lloyd, and Christopher Staples chose ten sculptures that approach the "Water Project" theme both abstractly and associatively. www.maxwellfinearts.com/Exhibitions/ExhibiCurrent.html

Trio at Grounds for Sculpture

Trio at Grounds for Sculpture

2001 ongoing

Trio is in the permanent collection of Grounds for Sculpture, in Hamilton, NJ. The nine-foot bronze was commissioned by the Sculpture Foundation for the collection of a beautiful sculpture park and arboretum that rivals Storm King. For directions and photos visit their website: www.groundsforsculpture.org 

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