Topic: Invitation.

Exhibition "Crossing Borders"

Topics: Invitation
Posted:September 19, 2017 by Julia

"Crossing Borders"

9 September - 14 October 2017

A focused group show curated by Jocelyn Foye and Judith Tolnick Champa 


Featuring work by artists: Julia Mandle, Poonam Jain, Esperanza Mayobre, Saman Sajasi, Camilo Cruz, Roya Amigh, and Ariana Lee


Periphery Space Gallery

80 Fountain Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island

 

October 5 Symposium / 6 Workshop

Topics: Invitation
Posted:September 19, 2017 by Julia

'In Repair: Towards a Post-Throwaway Society' Symposium

Spring House, 8-10pm, Thursday October 5
Doors open from 7:30pm

What would society look like if we assigned a central role to repair? And what happens if we see repair as more than a quick fix? The symposium 'In Repair: Towards a Post-Throwaway Society' builds on recent studies of repair, which frame the concept in an emphatically broad context. Activities like mending, renovating, healing, rehabilitating, revitalizing, recovering, curing or hacking help us deal with problems in a social, sustainable, and resourceful way. During this evening we explore how repair thinking could set directions for a post-throwaway society. A society in which imperfection,broken systems, relations and objects are welcomed rather than shunned; a logic of breakdown bridges past, present and future; and even tax might shift from labour to natural resource use.

Keynote: Prof. Steven Jackson (coordinator of the NSF Repair, Maintenance, Sustainability research program at Cornell University), introducing ‘broken world thinking’

Speakers: Femke Groothuis, director of Ex’Tax, Prof. dr. Ellen Rutten and Jakko Kemper, coordinator and researcher of the Sublime Imperfections NWO research program at UvA, curator and Repair Society initiator Joanna van der Zanden

The symposium is hosted by the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, the University of Amsterdam, Spring House, and Repair Society.

Note: Donate your broken umbrella for an Umbrella Recovery Workshop by artist Julia Mandle (Julia Mandle Artist).  

Location: Spring House, Ruyterkade 128, Amsterdam
Register for symposium via https://in-repair.eventbrite.nl/
Entrance: 5 euro (incl. drinks)

This week in June 2017

Topics: Invitation
Posted:June 18, 2017 by Julia

You are invited to two events to see my work (and me) this week in Amsterdam: 

Thursday 22 June starts at 19:30
Artists' Talk at Spring House
Along with two other resident artists Pleun van Dijk and Janine Frye, I will show recent work developed during our arts residencies at Spring House. The presentations and discussions will be moderated by Stephanie de Rooij and Eline Janssen. Evening will round out with drinks and DJ! RSVP by email here.
Address: De Ruijterkade 128

Saturday 24 June from 12:00-17:00
Open Ateliers on Lumierestraat
Please feel welcome to visit my new studio and see my latest projects and the creative community on Lumierestraat in Ijburg/Amsterdam Oost. No need to RSVP, just stop by and say hello! Look forward to showing you new work in progress and hearing about what creative projects you've been up to... 
Address: Lumierestraat 77

Opening Solo Exhibition at Zuiderzee Museum

Topics: Work on View , Invitation and New(s)
Posted:August 7, 2016 by Julia

You are invited to the private opening of my first Museum exhibition in The Netherlands...!
Since moving to Amsterdam from New York a few years ago, I have been developing a body of work about my emotional experience immigrating to this country and tracing my roots here. I am very excited that one of the places where I conducted my research, the Zuiderzee Museum in Enkhuizen, invited me not only to develop my work into sculptures but also to exhibit the results. 

I hope you will be able to come and celebrate the culmination of this phase of the project and the acquisition of the Zuiderzee Museum of several of my works. I feel very honoured to have my work join their collection, which combines traditional arts and crafts alongside contemporary art and design inspired by it. There will be limited space at the Opening, so please RSVP by clicking the link below

Details
Sunday 21 August from 14:00-17:00
Acquisition Exhibition: Julia Mandle "An Immigration" (on now through 6 November 2016)
Zuiderzee Museum (inside/binnen museum) 

Directions 
RSVP here by email by August 15 

Exhibition "Of Water & Bone" Newport Art Museum

Topics: Work on View and Invitation
Posted:July 17, 2016 by Julia

OF WATER & BONE
On view from 3 June - 9 August 2016
Newport Art Museum
76 Bellevue Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island
401.848.8200

 

You are invited to 'Of Water & Bone'
I am pleased to welcome you to see my latest exhibition 'Of Water & Bone' on view through August 9 at the Newport Art Museum.  This two-person exhibition opened June 15 and includes recent paintings and new glass works by Gayle Wells Mandle, as well as an entire wall of "Correspondence," which we made during one year in response to each other.

"Connected on a fundamental level through biological bonds as mother and daughter, their feelings about the pulse of contemporary life are clarified in individually conceived bodies of work and frequently, artistic collaboration.  Of Water and Bone is their latest joint exhibition, their seventh. The elemental title evokes a looking outward and inward, multiplied by the embodied confidences the artists disclose, and in which they invite us seamlessly to partake." - J. Tonick Champa in exhibition catalogue.

Special Solo Presentation at KunstRAI Art Amsterdam Fair

Topics: Invitation
Posted:May 29, 2016 by Julia

You are invited to 'Kunst RAI' Art Amsterdam Fair


From Wednesday 1 June to Sunday June 5, please come and see a special presentation of my new ceramic works and charcoal drawings at Kunst RAI Art Fair in Amsterdam.  You will find my artwork in a special solo section of the Art Fair called Kersentuin (Cherry Garden) organized by Kers Gallery. In this area, there will be solo presentations by 18 contemporary artists who, like me, developed their ceramic work at the wonderful residency EKWC (European Keramiek Work Centrum).

Fellow artists in Kersentuin: Hans van Bentem | Vika Mitrichencko | Merijn Bolink | Eiko Ishiozawa | Yasser Ballemans| Ipek Kotan | Couzijn van Leeuwen | Robbert Pauwels |Nina Frankova| | Dorine Camps | Tanja Smeets | Marja Kennis | Corwyn Lund | Damian Kapojos | Zeger Reyers | Marjan de Voogd | Efrat Zehavi | Hendriekje van Houweninge|

Exhibition Opens in Virginia

Topics: Invitation
Posted:April 12, 2016 by Julia

Friday, 22 April 2016

Exhibition Opening 18:00 - 20:00

"Seats of Power : Recent Works by Gayle Wells Mandle and Julia Mandle"

Greater Reston Arts Center, Virginia (USA)

 

Open Studio Invitation

Topics: Invitation
Posted:February 7, 2016 by Julia

Please come visit me during the open studio afternoon at EKWC:
On Sunday 14 February from 2:00-5:00pm, the doors of the European Ceramic Work Center will be open to welcome visitors interested in seeing the work-in-progress of the current 12 resident artists and designers. 

Current EKWC Residents: Merijn Bolink, Miranda La Fleur, Maarten Kolk/Guus Kusters, Erno Langenberg, Couzijn van Leeuwen, Kate Moore, Julia Mandle, Zeger Reijers, Leunora Salihu, Koen Taselaar, Sekyun Ju. 
The working title for my new body of artwork is An Immigration, underscoring how I migrated from one material (fabric) to another (ceramic) during my process.  Conceptually, however, my project was sparked by my experience of moving to Holland and attending an ‘inburgeringscursus’, the intensive, required Dutch language and integration course together with other immigrants from around the globe. Over the course of a year and a half in these weekly lessons, we shared our diverse stories of relocating, of leaving home and about tensions, sacrifices, and dreams. The experience sparked my desire to create a body of work that explores the emotional and psychological impact of immigration.  These ceramics are the core of the artwork that I am and will be exploring during my three-month residency at European Ceramic Work Center (EKWC. I am very grateful that my residency has been supported by the Mondriaan Fonds
 
Address of EKWC:
Almystraat 10, Oisterwijk, Netherlands
Click here for directions.

To visit EKWC at another time, please contact me to schedule an appointment via email: julia@juliamandle.com


Future exhibitions of An Immigration are planned at the following venues: Newport Art Museum (May-August, USA) and Zuiderzee Museum (opening August, NL), as well as a touring exhibition of "Game II" at Greater Reston Arts Center (April-July, USA).
 
Photographs of ceramics taken by Sofie Delvaux
Top 
Study for An Immigration, 2015, 13 x 27, ceramic.  Bottom L  Research photograph for An Immigration, 2015 Bottom Study for An Immigration, 2015, 30 x 30, ceramic and glaze.

 

Public Talk on Monday December 14, 2015

Topics: Invitation
Posted:November 4, 2015 by Julia

On 14 December, I will be speaking at 'Cultuur in Beeld' conference by the Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur, en Wetenschap under the theme 'Verbinding in Stad' (connecting the city). 


I will speak about my experience creating chalk shoe performances in various cities in America (NYC, New Orleans, and Pittsburg) that I designed to engage youth by inviting them to make their own mark on the city in collaboration with cultural institutions. See the link, blue section #5 from top.

Dust, Dialogue, and Uncertainty

Topics: Work on View , Invitation and New(s)
Posted:December 1, 2014 by Julia

I would like to invite you to the opening of Dust, Dialogue and Uncertainty, which will feature my project Dirty Cookies.

The exhibition Dust, Dialogue and Uncertainty opens on Thursday night December 4 from 6:00-8:00pm.

 

Pratt Manhattan Gallery

144 West 14th Street, 2nd floor

New York, NY 10011 

 

The exhibition is curated by slowLab and presents a range of philosophical and creative positions that suggest more holistic and critical perspectives for addressing the complexity of our ever-accelerating world. 

Hope you can come to the Opening. Exhibition runs through February 7, 2015.
Best, Julia

Artists and Designers
Alessandra Pomarico, Amy Franceschini
Caroline Nevejan, Fallen Fruit
Fernando García-Dory, Henriëtte Waal
Jeanne van Heeswijk, Judith Wehmeyer van den Boom, 
Jellie Dekker, Jorge Otero-Pailos
Julia Mandle, Lanka Horstink
Lucie Libotte, Ljiljana Rodic-Wiersma
Maria Blaisse, Mayke Nas, Monika Hoinkis


The production of Dirty Cookies 2014 is made possible in part by the generosity of Olivia Douglas & David DiDomenico, Marie Nugent-Head, and Goldman Sachs. The project has been created through the invaluable input and support from Jonathan Matthew Russell-Anelli, Murray McBride from The Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at Cornell University and their program Healthy Soils/Healthy Communities. Support for citywide soil collecting and testing came through the involvement of the AP Environmental Science Students and teachers Julie Mankiewicz and Edward Wren at The Bronx High School of Science. The project would not have been realized without the support from Nathan Elbogen and The Old American Can Factory, Sarah Louise Lilley, and Tricia Martin. The additional ‘dirt’ meditation program was made possible through the involvement of Puntsokla and the access provided by Bill Dillworth and The Earth Room, Dia Center for the Arts. 

Invitation to Dialogue at Metropolitan Exchange

Topics: Invitation
Posted:October 23, 2014 by Julia

Monday October 27, 2014 at 6:30pm 

Location: Metropolitan Exchange
33 Flatbush Avenue (near Fulton), 6th floor, Brooklyn 

Dialogue  about Slow Agency
Julia Mandle dialogues with slowLab about how her socially-engaged art practice brings focus to the topic Slow Agency. She will show examples from her urban projects such as Variable City: Fox Square created in collaboration with urban designer Ariel Krasnow, and her live art event Dirty Cookieswhich probes people’s attitudes toward the dirt under their feet and shows how it can be an ally and resource for individuals and communities to advocate for change. Mandle prompts participants to consider not only “Is the dirt in my area good enough to eat?" but also the wonder of living soil and our need to advocate for its health and conservation.


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Special instructions >> Take subways 2, 3, 4, 5 to Nevins Street or A, C to Hoyt Schermerhorn

Invitation to Gallery 51 opening May 29

Topics: Work on View and Invitation
Posted:May 13, 2014 by Julia

Together with my collaborator Gayle Wells Mandle, I will be opening our exhibition Teetering at Gallery 51. The Gallery, which is located around the corner from MassMOCA, is an active part of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and the Berkshire Cultural Resource Center.  

Don't miss the Gallery talk on Friday which will bring together experts from both fields of the arts and economics to explore the topics including but not limited to imbalance, struggle for equality and the involvement of artists. We will be there too! You can rsvp by calling (413) 664 8718. 

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 29 from 6-8pm 
Gallery Talk: Friday, May 30 from 5-6:30pm
Location: Gallery 51
Address: 51 Main Street, North Adams, MA
Dates: May 29 - June 22, 2014

Invitation to The Apartment, NYC now through May 22

Topics: Work on View and Invitation
Posted:May 13, 2014 by Julia

Please stop by to see my work Rising Tide, which is included in an exhibit organised by the online gallery platform Artsy at the Line in SoHo. The exhibit includes works by Do Ho Suh, Lauren Seiden and Diana Al-Hadid. The exhibit is staged in an unusual way: as a large apartment, which is called "The Apartment" of course.

Location: The Apartment
Address: 76 Greene Street, 3rd floor
Dates: Now through May 22, open Wed 12-8pm and Sat 11-6pm
By Appointment: via email

14 February 2014 Invitation

Topics: Invitation
Posted:February 7, 2014 by Julia

On Friday, please come by the 'Just Another Day' Art Festival in Arnhem. I will create a new project called 'The Sweet Hereafter" to explore the failure of our everyday production system and propose a sugary alternative while advocating for future repairs.

The venue will be the dramatic Eusebius Kerk and the program will begin with a meditation by Zenmaster Tenkei Coppens Roshi. A program curated by the provocative Joanna van der Zanden will also include a projected created by well known artist/designer Cynthia Hathaway and scholars Ben Highmore and Ellen Rutten.

 

Time: 10:30 - 17:00

Location: Eusebius Kerk, Kerkplein 1, Arnhem

Organizer: ArtEZ Studium Generale

Admission: Free

Gallery Tour February 7

Topics: Work on View and Invitation
Posted:February 4, 2013 by Julia

Following the wonderful Opening night party of our exhibition GAME II, the Leila Heller Gallery has organized some amazing additional events that I hope you will attend.

 

GALLERY TOUR

Thursday, February 7 at 6:30pm
This event is a Gallery Tour led by Jessica Davidson. She will discuss the various artistic processes and stories behind our art work. Both insights and refreshments are provided, what's better?
RSVP: Leila Heller Gallery

Gallery Tour and the Game II exhibition are at Leila Heller Gallery, which is located at 568 West 25th Street, NYC


I strongly encourage you to come!  I know everyone is busy, but try to catch at least one of these events.

Gallery Talk February 12

Topics: Invitation
Posted:February 4, 2013 by Julia

Following the wonderful Opening night party of our exhibition GAME II, the Leila Heller Gallery has organized some amazing additional events that I hope you will attend.
 
GALLERY TALK / PANEL DISCUSSION

Tuesday, February 12 from 6:30-8:00pm
This event is an extraordinary opportunity to hear two important economists debate and discuss the extreme imbalance in our society. The backdrop for the discussion will be our exhibition Game II, which focuses on many courageous people who have recently taken a stand against injustice and unfairness.  Our very distinguished panel of speakers includes: 


Chrystia Freeland, author of “Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super-Rich and the Fall of Everyone Else” and Editor of Thompson Reuters Digital.


Joseph E. Stiglitz, author of “The Price of Inequality,” recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences and is currently Co-Chair of Columbia University's Committee on Global Thought.


No RSVP required, so come early to secure a seat.

Invitation to Opening of Exhibit Game II

Topics: Work on View and Invitation
Posted:January 9, 2013 by Julia

Opening Reception

Thursday, January 17, 6:30-8:30 pm

 

Leila Heller is pleased to present, Game II, an exhibition featuring collaborative and individual works of mother-daughter artists Gayle Wells Mandle and Julia Mandle, on view at Leila Heller Gallery from January 17 through February 16, 2013.

 

Leila Heller Gallery

568 West 25th Street, NYC

 

The exhibition stems from a warm partnership that they refer to as “mother daughter gasoline” dedicated to making art that speaks for a majority of the world’s people who aspire to greater security, opportunity and justice in the world. Through their work, Gayle and Julia Mandle, attempt to effect change by challenging people of all backgrounds to think more openly and inclusively about the world around them.

December Show to Benefit Hurricane Sandy Victims

Topics: Invitation
Posted:November 19, 2012 by Julia

Five of my recent photographs will be for sale as part of the upcoming group show:

The Young Collectors Exhibition

December 18, 2012 - January 17, 2013

Leila Heller Gallery

568 West 25th Street at 11th AvenueNew York, NY 10001

2122497695http://leilahellergallery.com/ Map 

 

Proceeds to benefit Pollock Krasner Foundation to support area artists effected by Hurricane Sandy.

dOCUMENTA-13

Topics: Invitation and New(s)
Posted:September 10, 2012 by Julia

11-15 September, 2012

I am pleased to be invited to speak and participate in the 'Nature Addicts! Fund Academy' a conference at dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel. The goal of the conference is "to highlight art's role in sustainable development awareness and in inspiring tomorrow's world." 

Game Exhibition Opens : April 27 2011

Topics: Work on View and Invitation
Posted:March 29, 2011 by Julia

LTMH Gallery

39 East 78th Street

New York, NY 

Phone: +1 212 249 7695

Opening 6:00-8:00pm on Wednesday 27 April 2011

The exhibition continues through May 20, 2011 

 

New York - An exhibition of new politically charged work by Gayle Wells Mandle and Julia Mandle entitled GAME will be on view at LTMH Gallery from April 27 through May 21, 2011.  Both artists unceasingly question the world through a lens focused on power struggles in  the Middle East through their painting, sculpture, photography, and works on paper. Both are American artists, mother and daughter, living abroad - Gayle Well Mandle in Qatar and Julia Mandle in Holland - which has sharpened their perspective on the American conflicts in the Arabic world. 

Julia Mandle's new installation of work relating to piñatas explores the dark side of a well-known children's game. Lamiya's Last Game includes photographs, works on paper and fabric, and bronze and ceramic sculpture.Mandle's body of work was inspired by a photograph of a young Iraqi girl's body being prepared for burial taken by Stephanie Sinclair for the Chicago Tribune in 2003. In an uncanny coincidence, the opening date of exhibition marks the anniversary of Lamyia's death eight years ago. She was killed by a cluster bomb on April 27, 2003.  

Piñatas originally were created for redemptive ceremonies whereby revelers would violently strike a ceramic seven-pointed star shape and wish for the sweet hereafter symbolized by the gifts contained within. Taken by the combination of brutality and naivety, Mandle builds on the concept of piñatas to call attention to the youngest victims of America's invasion of Iraq.

Gayle Wells Mandle's mixed media paintings represent the games that people play as individuals, nations, and cultures. One important theme is the discrimination game played by the native Qatari population against the giant labor force of immigrants. A collage entitled Boom Town, 2009, uses photography of construction sites, exploring issues of labor rights. HyperMarket, 2010-11, is an installation of 38 collaged paintings relating to the mega-store game plan that hypes goods from food to electronics. Wells Mandle's mixed media paintings reflect a rapidly growing Gulf State and a changing socio-political environment.

Julia Mandle is currently working in Amsterdam after 15 years in New York City. She is best known for her performance art, which highlights such issues as human rights, urban planning, and environmental issues. Her work has been shown/performed at The New Museum, Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Cabinet, and Storefront for Art and Architecture. Media coverage has included The New York Times, Village Voice, Washington Post and White Wall Magazine. 

Born in Pennsylvania, Gayle Wells Mandle has lived in Doha, Qatar since 2008. She earned her MFA later in life in 1997 at the Rhode Island School of Design.  Since then her work has been shown in numerous exhibitions in the U.S. including at the Addison/Ripley Fine Art in Washington D.C. GAME is her first major exhibition in New York City. In 2010, she curated Beyond the War, an acclaimed exhibition at LTMH Gallery of work by seven Iraqi artists.     

For further information, please contact Anahita Varzi at Anahita@ltmhgallery.com

To view the exhibition catalogue please click here:    

 

Gayle Wells Mandle and Julia Mandle: Game PDF Catalogue 

 

In-Stitches Exhibition

Topics: Work on View and Invitation
Posted:November 11, 2009 by Julia

Please come to see my work that will be a part of an exciting group show

curated by Beth de Woody.

 

OPENING RECEPTION
Thursday, November 12, 6-8 pm

 

Leila Taghina-Milani Heller Gallery 39 East 78 Street at Madison Avenue, Suite 3001

Gallery Hours: Tues-Sat 11:00-6:00pm

Exhibit Closes: December 19

 

IN STITCHES, curated by Beth Rudin DeWoody, will present works in various media by more than 50 U.S. and international contemporary artists.
 
IN STITCHES focuses on both well-known and emerging artists who incorporate stitching and thread as prominent features in the concept and structure of their work. The artists' process includes wrapping and embroidery as well as assemblage.  The exhibition title is a double entendre of the Shakespearean idiom, and now common expression, when one is laughing so hard that it causes physical pain. While some of the work presents elements of humor, other work explores the role of women in society or questions the threads or painful truths of our social and moral existence.  Threads literally and metaphorically form the connections which tie the artists' works together.
 
The exhibition will include work by Ghada Amer, Ramazan Bayrakoglu, Louise Bourgeois, Nancy Brooks Brody, Ambreen Butt, David Byrne,Margarita Cabrera,Orly Cogan, Adam Cohen,Anita Cooke, Matthew Cox, E.V. Day, Lesley Dill, Chris Duncan, Alinka Echeverria, Tracey Emin, Angelo Filomeno, Robert Forman, Zoi Gaitanidou, Sabrina Gschwandtner, Guerra de la Paz, Selma Gürbüz, Joseph Heidecker, Kent Hendricksen, Todd Knopke, Steven & William Ladd, Mike Latham, Charles LeDray, Pooneh Maghazehe, Julia Mandle, Christian Marclay, Victoria May, Bradley McCallum & Jacqueline Tarry, Thomas McDonell, Darrel Morris, William J. O'Brien,  Maria E. Piñeres, Elaine Reichek, Jacob Robichaux, Gulay Semercioglu, Donna Sharrett, Jean Shin, Chiharu Shiota, Kiki Smith, Devorah Sperber, Berend Strik, Marc Swanson, Frances Trombly, Vadis Turner, Paul Villinski, Andy Warhol, Debora Warner, Megan Whitmarsh, Rob Wynne, and Darius Yektai.
 
Beth Rudin DeWoody is a New York art collector and curator. She is the executive vice president of Rudin Management and on the board of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Brooklyn Academy of Music, Creative Time, The New School, New Yorkers For Children, and the New York Police Foundation. Her other exhibitions include I Won't Grow Up at Cheim & Read, New York, Just What Are They Saying... at the Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans, What's Your Hobby? at The Fireplace Project, East Hampton, NY, A House Is Not A Home at Caren Golden Fine Arts, New York, as well as Luxury Goods and It'll cost you...at Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts, New York.

NYC Premier Sept 19

Topics: Invitation
Posted:August 20, 2009 by Julia

The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) in partnership with Cabinet
presents Crossing the Line 2009

Fabrication of Blindness
an installation and intervention by
Julia Mandle

Exhibition Dates: Saturday, September 19–Sunday, September 27, 2009
Opening Reception:
Saturday, September 19, 5-8pm

Artist Talk: Julia Mandle with Marc Falkoff moderated by Drawing Center's Aimee Good:
Monday September 21, 7-9pm 


Embroidery Circles:
Saturday and Sunday, September 26-27, 1-5pm

Where: Cabinet 300 Nevins Street, Brooklyn, NY
Subway:
F, G to Carroll St, walk north on Smith to Union St, turn right,
3 blocks to Nevins St. M, R to Union St, 2 blocks west to Nevins St
Information:
cabinetmagazine.org  | 718 222 8434 | fiaf.org | 212 355 6160

 

 

Public Lecture

Topics: Invitation
Posted:August 19, 2009 by Julia

PKNY 7 - MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14TH, 2009
Music 7:30 - Speakers 8:30

Outdoors & solar powered at SOLAR 1!
$5 suggested donation
Nullsleep will be performing a Famicom DJ set

Annie Kwon investigates Nauru
Chris Neidl hearts solar
Irwin Chen redubs reading
Jason Kibbey briefs on boxers
Jean Oei morphs for Cooper
Julia Mandle fabricates blindness
Ken Tanabe creates a multicultural holiday
LoCurativo repurposes community
Mark Randall ignites change
Dr. Martin P. Schreibman farms tilapia
Tina Manis investigates the permanence of temporary
Xanthe Jory schools excellence with art

PKNY is hosted by Marc McQuade & Beverly Liang info@ihpkny.com

DIRECTIONS TO SOLAR 1:
Solar One is about a 10 minute walk from the closest subway stations, but the area is also serviced by several bus lines. See Solar 1's website for a map and more detailed info: www.solar1.org