Posts in Alumnae Spotlight

#FirstFriday: November Exhibitions We Love

Nov 03, 2017

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows, near and far, that make up our monthly must-see list. Stop by Women’s Studio Workshop to see Ann Kalmbach and Tatana Kellner‘s mural project! New York Zarina Hashmi (Artist’s Book Grant resident ’91) has a solo exhibition Zarina: Dark Roads at NYU’s Asian/Pacific/American Institute Gallery,… View Article

#FirstFriday: October Exhibitions We Love

Oct 06, 2017

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows, near and far, that make up our monthly must-see list. Leslie Nichols‘ Any Name You Please (left), created during her WSW residency, was awarded the Director’s Cut Award at Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum in New Impressions 2017. The exhibition has now traveled to School of Visual… View Article

#FirstFriday: September Exhibitions We Love

Sep 01, 2017

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows, near and far, that make up our monthly must-see list. Patty Smith and Claire Fouquet‘s WSW book, On the Other Side, will be in their exhibition the same name at A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn! New York Tatana Kellner (WSW Co-founder) and Tate Klacsmann (Studio Workspace resident ’15) are… View Article

#FirstFriday: August Exhibitions We Love

Aug 04, 2017

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows, near and far, that make up our monthly must-see list. Megan Duffy, Untitled, 2017, graphite and collage. Find her work at the Art Barge in Amagansett, NY through August 25! New York Kathleen Sherin (Studio Grant resident ’01) has her solo show Resonance at the Pausa Art House, Buffalo…. View Article

Alumnae Spotlight: Natalie Campbell & Carissa Carman

Jul 30, 2017

WSW alumnae Carissa Carman and Natalie Campbell have spent over a year submerged in the world of contemporary weaving. At times, this means thinking about the physical warp and weft—the vertical and horizontal threads stretched across a loom. Other times, it means looking at weaving without fiber or regularity, or existing in the digital sphere…. View Article

#FirstFriday: July Exhibitions We Love

Jul 07, 2017

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows, near and far, that make up our monthly must-see list. New York Sonya Blesofsky (Studio Residency in Malmö ’16) has a solo show, Afterimage, in the Wave Hill Sunroom Project Space, the Bronx. Hurry—show closes July 9! Cheyenne Mallo (Studio intern ’11) is one of the local artists participating in Byrdcliffe’s… View Article

#FirstFriday: June Exhibitions We Love

Jun 02, 2017

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows, near and far, that make up our monthly must-see list. New York Megan Piontkowski (Artist’s Book Grant resident ’16) will be showing work, including her WSW-published book Feminist Ships, at the Fifth Annual BABZ Fair at the Knockdown Center, Maspeth, Queens. Hurry—the fair is June… View Article

#FirstFriday: May Exhibitions We Love

May 05, 2017

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows, near and far, that make up our monthly must-see list. Work by Megan Borseth, Adreena Cook, C.R. Cooper, and Mel Doiron, made during their WSW spring internships. New York WSW 2017 spring interns Megan Borseth, Adreena Cook, C.R. Cooper, and Mel Doiron are showing the… View Article

#FirstFriday: April Exhibitions We Love

Apr 07, 2017

Highlighting exhibitions that feature the work of WSW artists, we share the shows, near and far, that make up our monthly must-see list. New York Dani Leventhal (Studio intern ’97, Artist’s Book Grant resident ’07) is showing in the 2017 Whitney Biennial, NYC. Show runs through June 11; film screenings of her work will be April 22, 6… View Article

Alumnae Spotlight: Heidi Neilson

Mar 14, 2017

After poking through WSW’s archives to read alumna Heidi Neilson‘s artists’ books, it was a bit jarring to find a photograph of a satellite dish on her website’s home page. In hindsight, it shouldn’t have been a shock—Heidi’s second WSW-published book, Orbital Debris Simulator, walks readers through layers of atmospheric litter using space-themed toys and 3-D glasses. Space and… View Article