At our second session of Engaging Artists Todd Lester of freeDimensional gave a great keynote speech; Martha Dorn (Art Therapy Outreach Center) introduced to the practice of Art Therapy, and Art Therapist Karen Gibbons led us through a cathartic experiential exercise.
Our 2014 Engaging Artists residents. Bottom, sitting from left to right: Christina Sukhgian Houle, Jamie Grove, Anne Peabody, Flavia Berindoague, Sue jeong Ka, Corinne Cappelletti, Anthony Heinz May. Top, standing from left to right: Anna Adler, Kate Weigel, David Wallace, Fanny Allié, Dato Mio, Travis Fairclough, Julia Ann Frances Rooney, and Emily Miller. Our Engaging
Thank you to those who joined us over the weekend for our Art Walk in Bushwick, Brooklyn. If you couldn’t make it don’t worry, we have the whole thing covered!
There were posters up throughout the East and West Village last week of some of the images from Residents of New York. It was interesting to see the juxtaposition of the guerrilla marketing ad-space with Serrano’s portraits of the homeless. Like the exhibition at the W. 4th Street Subway Station, these posters are an alternative to the constant barrage of commercial ad space.