I hope this email finds you in good health and great spirits. My name is Angelea Sprinkle and I am the Community Outreach Liaison for Restoration Church of Jesus Apostolic.
On Saturday, August 23, 2014, Restoration Church of Jesus Apostolic will proudly host our 2nd Annual Community Health Fair & Family Day. Our church is located at 44 Berriman Street, Brooklyn, NY 11208 (between Liberty & Atlantic Avenues) However the event will be held at the East New York MEDISYS Health Network facility located at 3080 Atlantic Avenue (corner of Berriman Street). We are fortunate to be partnering with MEDISYS and we will utilize their very spacious parking lot to host the health fair.
We are in need of face painters for the children attending the festivities. Children are always very excited and happy to step into the magical world of the character that has been adorned on their precious little faces and we would love to partner with you to make that a reality for them. We are not in a position where we can monetarily reward any volunteers, however we will supply necessary art equipment (face painting kits) and letters of recognition/appreciation for any students/alumni who are willing to volunteer their time.
The event will be from 10am – 5pm. Our goal is to improve the quality of life through a balance of Christian outreach, education and positive community activities for members of the East New York and other under serviced communities.
We intend to provide a day filled with fun, health awareness & screenings, healthy snacks, lunch, music, games, and participation prizes. In addition, we will also have valuable resources for community residents such as tax services, housing assistance, immigration services, SNAP & health care information and much more. We are hosting a blood drive and we will also give out school supplies for preschool to college students. While our overall goal is to raise health awareness, cater to the elderly/youth and offer much needed resources to all we will also have a prayer corner and offer the patrons the opportunity to connect or reconnect with thier spritual needs.
Having your students and/or alumni at our event will be a wonderful addition to the scheduled health screenings and resources for the patrons of the East New York community. Please contact me at your earliest convenience for further discussion on making this event a huge success. I can be reached via email or at (347) 570 – 9987 anytime. Please feel free to forward this information to your blog, website, facebook or eblast notification system.
Thank you in advance for your consideration and your participation in our venture.
Peace and blessings,
Community Outreach Liaison
Restoration Church of Jesus Apostolic
Pastor: Dr. Roberto H. Robinson Sr.
44 Berriman Street
Brooklyn, NY 11208
Christie’s Education in New York and London
Fall Information Sessions
Zhu Jinshi courtesy of Pearl Lam Galleries
Join us for an upcoming recruitment event to learn more about Christie’s Education. Events include information on all of our courses including Graduate Degrees and Undergraduate Degrees as well as part-time Certificate and Short Course Offerings in London and New York. You will have the opportunity to meet with an admissions representative or faculty member to have your questions answered and tour our facilities.Register online or contact our Admissions Office to reserve your place.
Information Sessions at Christie’s Education, New York
25 August, 5:30-6:30pm
6 September, 11:00am -12:00pm
9 September, 6:00-7:00pm
25 October, 11:00am -12:00pm
28 October, 6:00-7:00pm
8 November, 11:00am -12:00pm
18 November, 6:00-7:00pm
2 December, 6:00-7:00pm
13 December, 11:00am-12:00pm
New York Contact:
11 West 42 Street, Floor 8
+1 212 355 1501
Recruiting Events for Christie’s Education, London
3 September, University of Glasgow Undergraduate Fair
4 September, British Council Event in Seoul, South Korea
25 October, University of Glasgow Undergraduate Fair
11 November, University Glasgow Postgraduate Fair
20 November, Christie’s Education London Open Evening
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+ 44 (0) 20 7665 4350
To learn more about our programs or to apply now visit our website
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Ned Martin Pretty Pain
September 3rd — October 4th, 2014
Opening reception: Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014, 6 — 10 pm
635 West 42nd Street
Robert Berry is pleased to present Ned Martin “Pretty Pain” from September 3rd through October 4th, 2014 at The Atelier located at 635 West 42nd Street. In the artists first solo exhibition in New York since 2013 he debuts his new artistic style. After a highly acclaimed solo exhibition at Penn College earlier this year, featuring his realism and abstract works, we present a new series of paintings in his newly developed style “abstract photorealism.” For Martin, this new genre represents a metamorphosis of opposing techniques in artistry to create a new mode of visualization.
For the past two decades, Martin has become known for his photorealism paintings, stemming out of his classical training including the grinding and mixing of paints, emphasis on skilled drawing, and many years painting en plein aire in the fields of Scotland and along la Seine in Paris. By utilizing scrubbing, scratching, and scrapping layers of textured paint until a realistic form reveals itself, Martin created a visually complex work that with closer scrutiny, the viewer is delighted to discover broken impressionistic layers of paint that imply realism. These paintings are a reflection of the dichotomy: very calming when viewed from afar, and abstract/maniacal when examined closely.
His abstract work emerged from his photorealism work, and attempted to break down nature into purely abstract forms, yet still retain his trademark technical and visual complexities. In “Pretty Pain” the implied realism from the previous work is still present, but it takes on a new language of forum and color, creating a continuous exploration of his perception of the world around him. Martin coins the term abstract photorealism to represent the marriage of abstract and realism in his newly developed painted style. The artist had stated back in 2008, “ultimately, I am searching for the abstract within realism. When light plays across a surface it calls to me—makes me stop in my tracks.” Martin was an abstract painter before he knew it; when he was still painting photorealistic work. He later mentioned, “unlike realism, abstraction has very few boundaries. Within a world of painting nothing, you are simultaneously painting everything.”
For Martin “Pretty Pain” encapsulates healing in the aftermath of personal tragedy and represents a rebirth of sorts. It launched him in a new artistic direction that expanded his artistic vocabulary using a variety of techniques. By utilizing recycled aluminum printing plates, the artist has built on an existing dialogue. By interweaving his story into the materials and surfaces and removing the authorship of the advertising that was on the plates, the previous language becomes simply a visual gesture in order to layer upon. The digitally inspired fractal works become another code when combined with the perceived landscape that comes to mind when you’ve seen Martin’s previous paintings. The fractals are a direct result from the method of his hyperrealism, but with some form of distortion, or a filter. The artist’s hand can be immediately recognized, even though this is nothing like he has painted before.
In this exhibition, the artist departs from his roots of hyperrealism — his technique is said to be comparable to Richard Estes, Otto Duecker, or even Will Cotton — and embarks on a new path, similar to Gerhard Richter as Martin’s early paintings were based on photography — both his own and found imagery — and transitioned into photography based abstract works. In Miranda Fractals, Martin has bridged his hyperrealism with the abstract, to create abstract-realism. Though it can be reminiscent of Chuck Close and his use of the ben-day dots, Martin uses printing techniques to start, and the abstract imagery emerges. Martin paints “fractal dots” in the abstract parts, but only “realism” in the figurative part, continuing the dichotomy that has existed all along.
Born in Pennsylvania, Martin attended Towson State University in Maryland, and then went on to study at the Schuler School of Fine Art in Baltimore. Recent exhibitions include a survey exhibition at Penn College, a solo exhibition show at the Station Gallery, and a featured artist show at Windsor Whip Works Gallery.
The artist lives and works in New York.
For all inquiries, please contact:
Robert Berry, 635 W 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036
Attached please find the Rubin Museum of Art’s 2014 Fall Internship Opportunities.
The museum is pleased to offer semester-long internship opportunities to qualified undergraduate students, graduate students, and recent graduates in diverse areas including: Curatorial, Collections Management, Education, Programming, Communications, Publications, and Web Content/Digital Media. In addition to departmental projects, Rubin Museum interns are afforded the exciting opportunity to learn more about the museum field through a variety of group intern activities including trips to other cultural institutions, brown-bag lunch discussions with staff members, and career development workshops.
Please feel free to circulate this list to all interested and well qualified potential intern candidates.
Assistant to the Director of Finance & Administration
Office Management and Intern Coordinator
Rubin Museum of Art
150 West 17th Street, New York, NY 10011
140 West 17th Street | staff and delivery entrance
212.620.5000 x381 | office
212.620.0628 | fax
Wave Hill, a public garden and cultural center in the Bronx, is accepting submissions for a year-long fellowship now. We’d like to publicize to recent alumni of Brooklyn College’s arts program. Is there a way for you, for example through e-newsletters or online postings, to publicize the following information about this opportunity?
Van Lier Visual Artist Fellowship
This one-year fellowship, administered on behalf of the Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund of the New York Community Trust, provides a stipend of $7,000 and valuable mentorship and exhibition opportunities, including learning from the curatorial staff about the creation and interpretation of exhibitions and arts programming and working with arts professionals to define career paths over the course of the program (January–December 2015). Van Lier Fellows will be given a studio space during the Winter Workspace Program and a solo show in the Sunroom Project Space. Current and past Van Lier fellows include Tammy Nguyen (2014), Alexandra Phillips (2014), Onyedika Chuke (2013), Francisco Donoso (2013), Nova Jiang (2012), and Cameron Rowland (2012).
Eligibility: This fellowship is open to New York City-based artists who are 30 years of age or younger and are not currently enrolled in a degree-granting program. It supports emerging artists from culturally diverse backgrounds and underserved communities.
Application Deadline: August 25, 2014
Info Session at Wave Hill: July 26 at 3PM
For more information and to apply online, interested artists can go to: http://apply.wavehill.org <http://apply.wavehill.org/>
Once again, thank you for helping us get the word out.
All the best,
David Xu Borgonjon
Dear Brooklyn College Art Community,
I hope this finds you well and that you are enjoying your summer.
I am very excited to share this opportunity with you. Please find attached the Open Call for a show that I’m curating at the WAH (Williamsburg Art & Historical) Center called “THE NEW ACADEMY: WAH BRIDGES STUDENT ARTISTS.”
As mentioned in the Open Call, the concept for this exhibition is based on Yuko Nii’s (WAH Center Founder & Artistic Director) Bridge Concept, which envisions a multifaceted, multicultural arts center whose mission is to coalesce the diverse artistic community – creating a “bridge” between local, national, international, emerging and established artists working in all disciplines. I am honored to extend that bridge to the Brooklyn College community and ask that you share this opportunity with your students, as I believe this represents a wonderful opportunity for them to gain professional experience exhibiting their work in a unique landmark building.
Please let me know if you have any questions. Many thanks for your thoughtful consideration.
All the best,
Assistant to Yuko Nii, Founder & Artistic Director
The WAH Center (Williamsburg Art & Historical Center)
135 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718)486-6012 or (718)486-7372
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ink ART : Print Exhibition
May 29 – Jun 11, 2014, Coohaus Art, 547 W 27th st #307, New York NY 10001
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 29, 6-8 pm
Emily Ann Ach, Jenna Bauer, Woo Ri Jeong, Hee Sook Kim, Rachel Kohn, Jiyoun Lee-Lodge, Jiyoung Lee, John L. Moore, Debi Pendell
(Gallery Hours: Tue-Sat 11-6 pm)
To my supporters, two news.
One, I have print works showing in this group show.
Hoping you can check them out.
Two, I gave a birth on March. His name is Tate.
I am slowly starting sketches for new works inspired by whole experience.
Wanted to share with you.
See you soon
All the best,
Copyright © 2014 Jiyoun Lee-Lodge, All rights reserved.
I got your email from groups that I was with you, or you left your email when you visited my studio.
My studio is located in Long Island City.
The Rubin Museum of Art is currently seeking applications for the Apprentice Museum Educator Work-Study Program for the 2014-2015 academic year. The program provides students with essential skills for future careers in the fields of Museum Education and Arts Administration, as well as familiarizing them with the Museum’s outstanding collection of Himalayan Asian Art.
To be considered, applicants must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program in New York City. The position is a two semester commitment of fifteen hours per a week, and includes a paid monthly stipend.
If you know of any students who would like to apply, please forward the attached application to them and encourage them to visit the Rubin Museum’s website: http://www.rubinmuseum.org/pages/load/137
The application deadline is Friday, June 27.
Please join us next Wednesday, 28 May, from 7-10pm for the opening of a sprawling new group exhibition.
Designed to feed into Bushwick Open Studios 2014, Legend Anew, akin to last year’s Legend of Drafts, culls pieces by over thirty artists working in a wide range of media so as to furnish a visual legend for your broader BOS maps.
More information here and on the flyer below. Full list of participating artists coming soon.
250 Moore Street, #108
Brooklyn, NY 11206
Professor Diana Horowitz has won an award for Excellence in Teaching – Congrats!