Alumna and Curator Patricia Miranda: Fall Exhibitions, NYC

Patricia Miranda Fall Exhibitions and Events.
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Indigo: The Seventh Color
at LABspace 
Artists: Christine AaronBeth DaryGrace DeGennaroLorrie Fredette, Valerie Hammond, Mary HarkJeanne HeifetzLotta HellebergBrece HoneycuttPatricia MirandaPaula Overbay
Artist Reception – October 14, 5 – 7:30pm
On view October 14-November 4, 2017 

Last year a group of artists gathered at my studio for a weekend of Indigo dyeing. Lorrie Fredette and Brece Honeycutt were inspired to curate an exhibition – I am honored to show with these artists!

LABspace is located at 2462 NY Rt 23, Hillsdale, NY, 12529
Gallery Hours:  Saturday 11-5pm & Sunday 11-4pm

I had the wonderful honor to write the catalog essay for artist Lori Glavin‘s exhibition of paintings and collages at The George Gallery in Charleston SC.
“The juxtaposition of hard-edged collages and gestural paintings highlights Glavin’s central painterly concerns, lending the two genres a familial conviviality that might otherwise not be evident. Together they reveal an ongoing artistic dialogue in their penchant for awkward biomorphic shapes, unexpected overlap, crooked line, and masterful tertiary color….”
Read the full essay here.
www.loriglavin.com
Amazing powerhouse artist, publisher, artist advocate, and dear friend Sharon Louden will be a Visiting Lecturer at Lyme Academy on Thursday, October 19, talking about her new book in the series, Living and Sustaining a Creative Life: Cultural Producers. 

Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, University of New Haven 
Thursday, October 19
Reception 5pm, Lecture 6pm

I will join Sharon after her lecture for a Q&A- it’s sure to be a lively one!

Tickets are $15, free for students. Purchase tickets here
Lyme Academy College is located at 84 Lyme Street, Old Lye CT. Directions here.
image: Sharon Louden; MERGE AT UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, Oak Hall, at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT, 2013. Detail.

On November 7 I will introduce a double feature about the artists Yvonne Jacquette and Rudy Burckhardt, and lead a Q&A afterwards. The Kate Museum is  lovely theater with a full roster of programming and the film series always includes a lively discussion after, so please join me on November 7 and check out the other films.

Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts
Bridging the Arts Film Series
Tuesday, November 7, 5:30 p.m.
at the Katherine Hepburn Museum in Old Saybrook, CT.

The Kate Museum, 300 Main Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475. Tickets $15 per film.
Bridging the Arts is a curated film series co-sponsored by Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts and the Kate. The series features a selection of art films produced by the highly-regarded Checkerboard Film Foundation and includes a brief lecture before each film.

In September I had a great time participating in 
CENTERPIECE: A Sculpture Garden & Music Pop-Up
a BombPop!Up Production
at Pete’s Candy Store in Brooklyn, NY.

Curated by the ever amazing duo Gaby Collins-Fernandez and Drea Cofield
with Leah Dixon, Sacha Ingber, Aaron Fowler, Leah Guadagnoli, Marie Lorenz, Tammy Nguyen, Patricia Miranda, Cal Siegel, Tom Simon, John Szlasa, Alina Tenser, Karen Tepaz, & Emmy Thelander. See photos here.

Bomb Pop! Up is a Brooklyn-based artist-run initiative producing pop-up Art & Music shows,  Brooklyn NY.

on-site installation: cochineal dyed doilies, twine, tree.
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