What artist, a member of the Chiricahua Apache tribe, originally worked in construction as a pipe fitter’s assistant while sculpting and painting at night?
What Louisiana artist executed a series of black-and-white woodcut prints in 2002 and 2003 with imagery of New Orleans that looks as if it was created immediately after Hurricane Katrina in 2005?
Answers here~ https://schristywolfe.com/2015/06/30/june-30/
WE ALL ENDED UP TOGETHER AT A PLACE CALLED THE STONEWALL.
Mother Stonewall and the Golden Rats by Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt~
The first gay riots in history took place during the pre-dawn hours of Saturday and Sunday, June 28-29 in New York’s Greenwich Village. The demonstrations were touched off by a police raid on the popular Stonewall Club, 53 Christopher Street. This was the last (to date) in a series of harassments which plagued the Village area for the last several weeks. =>
The 1969 Advocate Article on the Stonewall Riots~
Art After Stonewall~
The Battle of Stonewall – 1969 / Sandow Birk, 1999;
Collection of Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California
Artist in Residency Program 2017
Residencies are open to writers, painters, printmakers, sculptors, musicians, ceramicists and farmers. Each participating artist will be required to give a reading or a lecture and gallery exhibition or performance to the Castle Hill community and the general public.
The Castle Hill Campus has a well-equipped ceramic studio and houses electric and gas kilns, a salt kiln, and a wood-fired kiln. It has a darkroom (October, November) and a media/computer lab. Life-modeling sessions are held on a weekly basis. The Edgewood Farm Campus has a well-equipped printmaking studio as well as studio space alongside living spaces for painters, photographers and writers, and an outdoor work-space for sculptors.
The residency programs are offered during 2 terms each year in the spring and fall for three months periods. Time frames will range from one month to three month, plus week-long retreats in September.
Details, application here: Opportunities — Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill