happy new year and ask to friend me so i can understand the alternet, please. i'm still "queen of the squares" with an occasional circle thrown in to keep them rolling. living in western mass. , now. marcia kahn
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The "Alternet" as part of "Artists in the Archives: A Collection of Card-Catalogs" is on display at Asheville BookWorks in Asheville, NC August through September. Carla Rae Johnson, who organized both projects, will be presenting at the opening reception tonight from 6-8pm.
Artists in the Archives:
A Collection of Card Catalogs
Field Gallery at the Field Library
4 Nelson Avenue
Peekskill, NY 10566
November 23,2013 – January 31,2014
Opening Reception: Saturday, November 23 12-4pm
Three artists, working separately, transform library card catalogs into an art form. Each artist envisions the catalogs’ potential in a different way.
Book Marks by Barbara Page: One artist; one card catalog.
The Alternet by Carla Rae Johnson: over 70 artists; one card catalog. What does an artist do with a fifty drawer card catalog? Artist Carla Rae Johnson has filled one with over fourteen thousand works of art! More than seventy artists participated in The Alternet, creating three hundred drawings, photos, collages, or writings on three inch by five inch cards. Browse through The Alternet card catalog and make amazing discoveries in every drawer. It’s like Facebook for your fingers! www.facebook.com/thealternet
The Call to Everyone by JoAnne Wilcox: Everyone, even YOU: one card catalog.
For more information contact Alicia Morgan, Field Gallery Curator at 914-862-3287 or email@example.com
Hoping that the traditional "salonistas" of Peekskill's Artist District will attend. Also, would love to have former and current WCC drawing students attend. Would be so great to have your input for this program!
Carla Rae Johnson: Panel Moderator at Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
PEEKSKILL PROJECT V: Performances & Artist Panel
At 3:30, artists Genevieve White and Anya Liftig will each perform a short theatrical work in the museum, ‘Sumo Walk’ and ‘Yesterday is Tomorrow’ respectively. They will join video artists Sean Carroll and Irina Arnaut, who showed in April's PPV Video series, for a panel discussion at 4:30, which focuses on how the artists construct narratives through media or in real time interactions with their audience. Panel is moderated by Peekskill-based artist, Carla Rae Johnson. Light reception in between the performances and the panel.
July 14, 2013 @ 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
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Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
1701 Main Street
Free with museum admission
- See more at: http://www.hvcca.org/ai1ec_event/hvcca-video-room-performance-artist-panel/?instance_id=230#sthash.KbM2wdKl.dpuf