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.
June 21 — June 22, 2016
NURTUREart is proud to announce the first edition of Single Channel, a screening series dedicated to outstanding video works by international emerging and underrepresented artists.
July 1 — August 7, 2016
Featuring: Cortney Andrews, Courtney Childress, Theresa Daddezio, Amanda Friedman, Rachel Phillips, Cheon Pyo Lee. Curated by Marco Antonini.
Vanessa Albury: Arctic, Future Relics
September 10 — October 9, 2016
Albury’s serene and consciously nostalgic images are quiet and colossal. Her sculptural photographs—which pay homage to glacial ice, a relic of the future with its irreversible depletion—illuminate the embodiment of a photographic practice.
Ellie Krakow: Arm Armature
October 22 — November 20, 2016
Krakow integrates photography and sculpture into “furniture-pedestals,” a translation of museum pedestals that suggest domestic vanities and have legs of their own.
Taking Up Space: An afternoon of readings
November 13, 2016
NURTUREart presents Taking Up Space, a reading about objects and feminism. Guest readers include Katherine Behar, Aimee Meredith Cox, Katrina Dodson reading from Hilary Kaplan's translation of Angélica Freitas, Megan Heuer, Glendalys Medina, and Barb Smith. Hosted by Ellie Krakow.
The Myth of Layla
November 22, 2016
The Myth of Layla, a participatory multimedia performance by Iranian-American artist Amy Khoshbin, calls attention to political ideology, celebrity-obsessed media, and an Iranian-American activist named Layla.
December 3 — January 8, 2017
Curated by Steven Salzman and featuring artists Johnny Abrahams, John Aslanidis, Daniel Hill, Gilbert Hsiao, Julie Oppermann and Jessica Rosner.
January 13 — January 29, 2017
The work of P.S. 147 third grade in collaboration with Amy Ritter.
Saul Chernick: FRAMEWERK
February 4 — March 5, 2017
FRAMEWERK, a participatory art project developed by artist Saul Chernick, calls upon participants to draw, paint, collage, and write on pre-selected, template prints. Participants may visit the exhibition independently to generate their artworks or visit during open studio workshops facilitated by the artist or trained facilitators.
The Archive of Affect
March 18 — April 16, 2017
The Archive of Affect is a group exhibition with performances that focus on rewriting, challenging, or expanding traditional archives and histories. Participating artists create ongoing works that help to amplify voices often silenced, omitted, or erased from contemporary historical narratives.