Cyane Tornatzky’s solo exhibition Liquid Time on view at Laramie County Community College.

Cyane Tornatzky’s solo exhibition Liquid Time opened on January 19 and was on view until February 23 in the Esther and John Clay Fine Art Gallery at Laramie County Community College. As an artist working within the time-based medium of video, Tornatzky is interested in deconstructing how we think about what we see when we […]

Saxon Martinez’s solo exhibition Memories on display in Dallas, Texas

Saxon Martinez’s solo exhibition Memories was on display at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center in Dallas, TX until February 16, 2024. The series was influenced by his parents and the Oak Cliff community and uses the piñata’s celebratory and destructive history to represent pivotal moments during his time in Texas.

Mary-Ann Kokoska, Erika Osborne, Johnny Plastini, and Eleanor Sabin celebrated the opening of Shifting Balance

Mary-Ann Kokoska, Erika Osborne, Johnny Plastini, and Eleanor Sabin celebrated the opening of Shifting Balance: Reflections on Land, Climate, and Beauty at the Lincoln Center on January 20. This exhibition sheds light on the intricate interplay between humanity and the environment and was up until February 24, 2024.

Elnaz Javani’s installation included in ART IRAN,

Elnaz Javani’s installation My Effigies is included in the exhibition ART IRAN: Falling into Language, on view from January 28 – May 5 at Craft Contemporary in Los Angeles, CA. The exhibition presents nine diaspora Iranian artists who engage diverse forms of the Persian alphabet, handwriting, text, and fragments to remain connected to their cultural inheritance […]

Sanam Emami exhibits work at the Schaller Gallery, visits Keene State College

Sanam Emami’s Zeerkhaki // pottery from the ground was exhibited in January at the Schaller Gallery in Baroda, Michigan. This is the first of three exhibitions prompted and inspired by specific historical pottery forms from Iran. Emami’s body of work is a bridge between historical pots created along the trading routes of the Silk Road […]

Matthew Sage to release collaborative album “Shabason, Krgovish, Sage”

Matthew Sage’s collaborative album with Joseph Shabason, a celebrated composer and saxophonist from Toronto, and Nicholas Krgovich, a songwriter from Vancouver, was announced for an April 5th release on Idée Fix Records. Shabason, Krgovich, Sage was recorded over 4 days in March 2023 in Sage’s house in Berthoud, Colorado.

Dave Riep’s exhibition catalog for Shattering Perspectives published

David Riep’s exhibition catalog for Shattering Perspectives: A Teaching Collection of African Ceramics was published in Fall 2023. It features his original research on African pottery, as well as the research of students. Del Harrow, Lynn Boland, Patricia Coronel, and Brenna McWhorter wrote contributing essays. For this catalog. Additionally, Riep’s chapter on South Sotho Lithoko […]

John Gravdahl chosen by Graphis to be featured for Master Portfolio

John Gravdahl was simultaneously named by the Graphis Institute for their Master Portfolios site and featured with a professional profile and interview in the Graphis Journal #379. The Graphis Masters Portfolios website will archive a feature on Gravdahl’s work. A synopsis of his interview, a professional profile, and examples of his accomplishments are available on […]

Anna Bernhard selected works from the Westward Bound II exhibition, secures funding for additions to special collections.

Anna Bernhard selected works for the exhibition Westward Bound II in the North Gallery, which was on exhibit from August 17-September 10, 2023. Following the exhibition, Anna secured funding for the purchase of Michael Sharp’s Redstone, which was added to our growing collection of Book Arts in special collections. For CABIN, Anna received a large […]