From Jan. 26-Feb. 27, 2015 the Tahoe and Garage Door Galleries will host Embodied Place: Observations & Notations, a group exhibition juried by Amy Franceschini and Russell Dudley. Featuring 20 international artists, the exhibit builds on the conversation of creative problem solving and embodied place that is integral to the new MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts program at SNC.
Jill Baker & Jonathan Rattner, Kaitlin Bryson, Caroline Clerc, Michael Damm, Livia Daza-Paris, Disorientalism (Katherine Behar & Marianne M. Kim), Cathleen Faubert, Sofia Gavrilova, Oren Goldenberg (still from his film “Time I Change” in header), Laska Jimsen, Nicole Lavelle & Sarah Baugh, Rita Leduc, Christine Mackey, Elizabeth Moran, Galería Perdida, PlantBot Genetics, John Q (Wesley Chenault, Andy Ditzler, Joey Orr), Margarita Sánchez Urdaneta, Lisa Sanditz and Claire Tolan
As Above, So Below, Kaitlin Bryson
Tallgrass Prairie Reserve, Cathleen Faubert
A reception for Embodied Place will be held Friday Feb. 27 from 6-9pm at the Holman Arts & Media Center. From 7-8:30pm there will be a panel discussion (second floor HAMC) moderated by Amy Franceschini. Panel members include Ignacio Chapela from UC Berkeley, Wendy Baroli of GirlFarm, Geoffrey Holstad and Mary Rothlisberger of Cabin-Time and Jared Stanley, local poet and writer. The panel can be followed at http://new.livestream.com/snc/indpanel.
Mary Rothlisberger and Geoffrey Holstad of Cabin-Time
Amy Franceschini of Futurefarmers