Exhibitions & Events
Our artist programs and public engagement series demonstrate the role artists and curators play in our communities by connecting audiences to creative practices, ideas, art forms, and each other. Through exhibitions, performances, Muse Fuse talks, screenings, and publications, NURTUREart provides direct support to artists and curators and aims to inspire the public to think critically about the world around them and connect to their creative and local communities.
Object Intimacies, curated by Jane Cavalier and Nicole Kaack
December 1 — January 12, 2019
Featuring artworks by Wesley Chavis, Mira Dayal, Andrew Gayle, David Horvitz, Simone Kearney, Junyu Li, and Alayna Rasile-Digrindakis.
December 9, 2018
3:30 pm—5:30 pm
This performance is shown in conjunction with the exhibition Object Intimacies, curated by Jane Cavalier and Nicole Kaack.
Readings by Simone Kearney and Audra Wolowiec
January 12, 2019
5:00 pm—6:00 pm
On the closing weekend of Object Intimacies, Simone Kearney and Audra Wolowiec will give performative readings of recent texts.
Voices Through Lenses
January 18 — January 27, 2019
NURTUREart is pleased to present Voices Through Lenses, a group exhibition featuring analog film photography created by fifth grade students at P.S. 147 with Felicita “Felli” Maynard, NURTUREart’s 2018–2019 Artist-in-Residence.
Gabo Camnitzer and Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco: Aesthetic Behavior; Developmental Sequences
February 8 — March 10, 2019
Aesthetic Behavior; Developmental Sequences, is a collaboration by Gabo Camnitzer and Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco, that uses the avatar of the child to reflect upon current modes of spectatorship and subjectivity.
Aesthetic Behavior; Developmental Sequences—Closing Conversation Between Adelita Husni-Bey, Park McArthur, Gabo Camnitzer, and Lluís Alexandre Casanovas Blanco
March 10, 2019
12:30 pm—1:30 pm
For the closing of the Aesthetic Behavior; Developmental Sequences, Gabo Camnitzer and Lluis Alexandre Casanovas Blanco will reflect on the questions posed by their exhibition, together with artists Adelita Husni-Bey and Park McArthur.
Brett Wallace: Working Conditions
March 16 — April 14, 2019
A solo exhibition by Brett Wallace, investigates the consequences and implications that new technologies such as artificial intelligence and algorithm-driven platforms have had in restructuring the relationships contracted workers have to their employers, their labor, and themselves.