Everyday Objects and Blue

I am excited to announce two upcoming shows:  one local and one out of state. If you live in the New Jersey/NYC area,  stop by Studio Montclair and check out Everyday Objects.  And if you are in the Boston area, stop by the Kathryn Schultz Gallery in Cambridge to check out the (as always) amazing selection of art for Blue. Cheers! -Stephanie Todhunter

EVERYDAY OBJECTS

OPENING RECEPTION

Friday November 1, 7-9pm

Studio Montclair Gallery

127 Bloomfield Ave., Montclair NJ

“Every day we are surrounded by objects we have relationships with—physical relationships, psychological relationships, sensory relationships. These objects carry a history and a set of meanings that we sometimes share collectively and at other times are extremely personal to our individual experiences. Found-object artists investigate these relationships through their work, exploring the inherent beauty in these objects and how they can have significance shared by the collective memory of our culture/society.

The formal history of found-object art can be traced back to the Dada and Surrealist movement of the 1910s-1940s, characterized by the reuse of commercial imagery and appropriation of cultural iconography of the Pop artists, and used more recently by such artists as Carl Andre, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, and Willie Cole.”

Curator:

M. Gosser is the chief curator and gallery director of the College of Architecture and Design at New Jersey Institute of Technology. He also runs Art & Artifacts of Newark, a downtown gallery celebrating Newark’s resurgence. Gosser is the vice-president of Newark Landmarks, a preservation and community activist organization, and serves on the executive board of the Jewish Museum of New Jersey. In his earlier careers, Gosser was an architect, urban planner, photographer, sculptor, and installation artist.

For more information, please visit Studio Montclair.

 


BLUE

CHANNEL 13

OPENING RECEPTION

Thursday November 7, 6-8pm

Kathryn Schultz and University Place Galleries

25 Lowell st. and 124 Mount Auburn St.  in Cambridge MA

“Why BLUE? For 20 years, the Cambridge Art Association has hosted a Fall exhibit, open to artists from the New England states, centered around a color – RED or BLUE, depending on the year. Both the success of the exhibit series, and the challenge to participating artists, lies in channeling the varied meanings of a color like BLUE. BLUE is more than a color. Past jurors for the color biennials include: Amy Sadao (ICA Philadelphia); Howard Yezerski (Howard Yezerski Gallery); the late Carl Belz (Rose Art Museum); the late Jane Farver (MIT List Visual Arts Center); Nick Capasso (Fitchburg Art Museum); Alise Upitis (MIT List Visual Arts Center); Katherine French (Catamount Arts); the late Joseph Ketner (Emerson Urban Arts); Vera Ingrid Grant; and Dan Byers (Carpenter Center for Visual Arts at Harvard University)”

Curator:

Sarah Montross is Senior Curator at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA where she organizes exhibitions of modern and contemporary art and commissions outdoor sculptural installations with leading contemporary artists in the park. Recent and forthcoming exhibitions include the deCordova New England Biennial 2019 (2019), Screens: Virtual Material (2017), and All the Marvelous Surfaces: Photography Since Karl Blossfeldt (2019). From 2012-2015, she was the Andrew W. Mellon Post-doctoral Curatorial Fellow at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art where she organized exhibitions including Past Futures: Science Fiction, Space Travel, and Postwar Art of the Americas (exhibition catalogue published by MIT Press, 2015) and Breakthrough: Work by Contemporary Chinese Women Artists (2013). She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in Art History from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University.

 

For more information please visit Cambridge Art Association.

 

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FRESH PRINTS

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A Cyanotype Workshop Exhibit

Opening Reception

Friday, September 27,  6-9 pm

Please join us Friday, September 27 at the Jerome Street Studios Gallery for the opening reception.  Great art, tasty snacks and beverages!  Everyone is welcome- invite your friends and family!

*if the weather cooperates you can take a mug of mulled cider out back and warm up by the chimnea 🙂

Susan Murie curated this exhibition from a selection of works submitted by participants in her series of Cyanotype workshops at Jerome Street Studios.

Participating artists:
Kathy Tarantola
Sally Bousquet
Stephanie Todhunter
Sally Caspar
Lorena Levesque Gregor
Gail Barry

The exhibit runs from September 27-October 18, by appointment. Contact Susan Murie (muriesusan@gmail.com) or Stephanie Todhunter (stephtodhunter@gmail.com) to schedule a visit after the opening reception.

Jerome Street Studios

128 Jerome Street, Medford MA

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Drawing for (older) kids!

Due to popular request, Raleigh has added another drawing class to his schedule!  He will now be teaching ages 12-16 from 5:30-6:15.

REGISTER SOON!  These classes are filling up quickly.

Drawing Class Fall 2019

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Drawing Classes For Kids!

We are excited to introduce a new set of kids art classes on Wednesdays!  Raleigh Green will be teaching two six-week sessions (one for kids 6-8 and one for kids 9-11).

Drawing Class Fall 2019

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Bitters, Syrups+Aperitifs> A HUNGER Workshop

We still have a few spaces left!

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Bitters, Syrups + Aperitifs

A HUNGER Workshop

Please join us in welcoming Nanc Hart back to Jerome Street Studios! We are so excited about this new workshop.  Nanc will demonstrate how to make bitters, syrups and aperitifs from seasonal fruits and herbs.  
To learn more about Nanc: 
When: September 10th
Time: 7-9
Max. 8 Come to share the bountiful summer !
$46.00 reserve by check or cash
         *Please email: confirmation + for payment details by [snail mail]
We will make 2 jars of bitters, 2 of syrup and 2 Aperitifs. Take home all 6 magical brews and 6 recipes.[we will be working with vodka + white wine so an assortment of apps. will be available as well]

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Fall Cooking Classes!

Happy Fall everyone!
Below is my fall class schedule. Take a look at it and let me know if you are interested in any of the classes and feel free to share it with friends. In addition to the scheduled classes, I’m also available to do small group private cooking classes by appointment. 
Thanks,
Tanya Howard

ps- check out my social media accounts for cooking tips, class pictures and more
https://www.instagram.com/tanyahgourmet/
https://www.facebook.com/Tanya-the-Homestyle-Gourmet-334135433272607/?ref=bookmarks

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Bitters, Syrups+Aperitifs> A HUNGER Workshop

nancworkshop

Bitters, Syrups + Aperitifs

A HUNGER Workshop

Please join us in welcoming Nanc Hart back to Jerome Street Studios! We are so excited about this new workshop.  Nanc will demonstrate how to make bitters, syrups and aperitifs from seasonal fruits and herbs.  
To learn more about Nanc: 
When: September 10th
Time: 7-9
Max. 8 Come to share the bountiful summer !
$46.00 reserve by check or cash
         *Please email: confirmation + for payment details by [snail mail]
We will make 2 jars of bitters, 2 of syrup and 2 Aperitifs. Take home all 6 magical brews and 6 recipes.[we will be working with vodka + white wine so an assortment of apps. will be available as well]
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