People of Color, People of Clay
"Baltimore, MD ~ April 26, 2017 - Curated by Longtime Baltimore icon and internationally known expert on race and culture Leslie King-Hammond The show will feature work created by artists of color from across the country, and runs from May 6th thru July 1, 2017, with an opening reception scheduled for Friday, May 5th from 6pm to 8pm"
Baltimore Clayworks | 5707 Smith Avenue | Baltimore, Maryland 21209 | T. 410 578 1919 | F. 410 578 0058 |
2017 Jamaica Biennial
The Jamaica Biennial 2017 at Devon House features work by Laura Facey, Andrea Chung, Jasmine Thomas-Girvan, Sharon Norwood, Deborah Anzinger and Leasho Johnson. One work, by Deborah Anzinger, was specifically designed and proposed for Devon House, but the other works were selected by the National Gallery’s curatorial team from the submissions to the Biennial because their particular resonance with the historical significance and environment of Devon House.
"The Devon House mansion is open for visits from Mondays to Fridays from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. In addition, Devon House will also be exceptionally open on the Sundays February 26, March 26, April 30 and May 28, from 11 am to 4 pm on each of those days, to coincide with the National Gallery’s Last Sundays events. Regular admission fees apply on all days."
August 27, 2016-Dec 18, 2016
535 Means Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
"After a nine-year hiatus, the Atlanta Biennial is returning this year. Set to take place from August 27 to December 18, 2016, the exhibition will feature 33 artists from 8 different states across the southeast United States."
Exhibition - Digital
April 24 - July 4, 2016
NATIONAL GALLERY OF JAMAICA - Kingston:
12 Ocean Blvd
Digital is an exhibition of digital works, including video, animation, short films, GIFs, digital illustrations, photography, and social and interactive media created by 39 artist from the Caribbean and beyond.
Curated by Veerle Poupeye, O’Neil Lawrence, and Monique Barnett-Davidson.
"Of the 73 submissions received, 39 were selected for the exhibition, which features artists who are based in or are from Jamaica, Barbados, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, Belize, Suriname, Bermuda, Martinique, Guadeloupe, St Martin, the United States, Canada, France, England, Germany, and China".
Artists include: Ewan Atkinson; Sonia Barrett; Jacqueline Bishop; Kimani Beckford; Beverley Bennett; Ruben Cabenda; Larry Chang; Robin Clare; James Cooper; Di-Andre Caprice Davis; Pablo Delano; Cecile Emeke; Luk Gama; Gregory “Stennatt” Gordon; David Gumbs; Versia Harris; Horacio Hospedales; Katherine Kennedy; Prudence Lovell; Kelley-Ann Lindo; Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow; Olivia McGilchrist; Shane McHugh; Patricia Mohammed; Richard Nattoo; the New Media and Process Class, Edna Manley College; Sharon Norwood; Jik-Reuben Pringle; Gabriel Ramos; Richard Mark Rawlins; Sheena Rose; Danielle Russell; Oneika Russell; Nile Saulter; Henri Tauliaut; Phillip Thomas; Dione Walker; Rodell Warner, Arnaldo James and Darron Clarke; and Ronald Williams.
Exhibition - Amplified Reverberations
Amplified Reverberations from The Music Box
USF Contemporary Art Museum
June 6th - July 23, 2016
Opening Reception - June 10th
Conversations with the Curators - June 22
Musician's round table + closing reception - July 21
3821 Holly Dr,
Curated by Sarah Howard and Shannon Annis
Amplified Reverberations from The Music Box, explores the history, collaborative process and impact of the New Orlean's Airlift’s musical architectural project. The exhibition incorporates the recent Sulphur Spring's installation by way of video documentation, instrumental elements, performance videos and ephemera. Presented amidst the works of local artists Wendy Babcox, Shawn Cheatham, Christine Comple + Michael Bauman, Silvia Curbelo + Ronda J. Nelson, Marcus DeSieno, E.E. Dyemon, Kendra Frorup, Joe Griffith, Jason Lazarus, Desiree´Moore, Sharon Norwood and Kym O'Donnell. Artists presented new works inspired and responding to the experimental and multi-disciplinary public art installation.
515 22nd St South
St Petersburg FL
16 visual artists’ pieces as interpreted by 16 local writers, presented in dramatic readings by captivating local performers!
Fantastic Ekphrastic Artists/Writers:
Carol Dameron/ Barbara-Riddle Dvorak
Katee Tully/ Helen Pruitt Wallace
Dallas Jackson/ Shane Hoffman
Cora Marshall/ John Pendygraft
Mark Aeling/ Letitia Stein Pendygraft
James Oleson/ Mitzi Gordon
Suzy Schultz/ Frank Wells
Sharon Norwood/ MonaLeza
Carol Mickett and Robert Stackhouse/ Matt Jackson
Judy Dazzio/ David Warner
Carolina Cleere/ Sheree Greer
Lance Rodgers/ Sheila Cowley
Herb Snitzer/ Cindy Stovall
Carlos Pons/ David Z. Morris
Carrie Jadus/ Maureen McDole
Saori Murphy/ Gloria Munoz
Fantastic Ekphrastic Actors:
Bob Devin Jones
Director: Bob Devin Jones
Sound Designer: Matt Cowley
Sound Engineer: Ray Hinst
A series of one night only events combining live music and experiential artworks in the Courtyard.
Feb 4th 2016
Curated by Natalya Swanson
Art in the Courtyard at Ringling Underground:
In recent years, ceramics, a medium often shunted into the category of craft, has been accepted into the vast world of contemporary art. The February Ringling Underground features three artists living in Florida and exploring the medium of clay. Jenn Ryan Miller, Sharon Norwood, and Cheyenne Rudolph use clay to explore various themes. Their diversity will provide the Ringling Underground audience with a multi-faceted view of contemporary ceramics being produced in Florida at current.
Jenn Ryann Miller is a MFA candidate at University of South Florida who explores the material and formal elements of ceramic in sculpture and the relationship between surface and form. Her works are abstract, and exist on the “precipice of failure, bith aesthetic and physical.”
Sharon Norwood, a MFA candidate at Florida State Uniersity, explores the relationship between race and identity within her art practice. She will be showing two pieces from her ROKTOWA series, created during an artist residency in downtown Kingston, Jamaica. Working closely with the local Rosetown potters, Norwood formed a personal relationship with the residents. “Andy” and “Shenice” were created in unconventional studio settings and are based on the exchange of dialogue and culture with two of the residents.
Cheyenne Rudolph graduated with her MFA from University of Florida in 2014. Rudolph's work is unique, blending two aspects of contemporary art, performance and functional ceramics, into one campy performance. These performances illustrate and explore childlike assumptions about domesticity and cultural expectations. She will be performing Lemon-Aider at the February event, and invites attendees to interact with her throughout the evening.
Ringling Underground is always free for college students with a valid college ID. It is an extension of the Art After 5 program held on Thursdays after 5 p.m. After hours discounted admission is $10 for adults; $5 for children 6-17, children 5 and under and Museum Members are free.
Moleskine Mailer Collaboration
Jan 9th - Feb 19th 2016
Tempus Projects, Tampa Florida
World-renown Moleskine postal notebooks were sent to over 200 artists for this exciting collaboration.
The exhibition opens in The Project Space @ Tempus Projects on January 9, 2016.
Made possible in part by the Moleskine Store at The Mall at University Town Center in Sarasota.
Partial list of the participating artist: Daniel Albrigo, Almeida, Scott Anderson, Linda Armstrong, Janine Awai, Angela Azmitia, David Baerwalde, Jim Barsness, Amelia Baxter, Hildebrando Bellizzio, Jessica Bizer, Amy Hughes Braden, Girth Brooks, Kevin Trophy Jeffrey Byrd, Jeffrey Chin, Elisabeth Condon, Alex Costantino, Edgar Sanchez Cumbas, Will Douglas, Williams Downs, Loren Erdrich, E. Feijoo, Jenny Fine, Taylor Finke, Matthew F Fisher, Becky Flanders, Corbett Fogue, Karen Gagich, Brandon Geurts, Natori Green, Joe Griffith, Scott Groeniger, Megan Hildebrandt, Peter Hoffman, Kurt Holyoke, Dee Hood, Georgia Hourdas, Lauren Alyssa Howard, Christina Humphreys, Alara Jennings, Jessica Kallista, Chris Kelly, Vincent John Kral, Dominique Labauvie, Lauren Lake, Jason Lazarus, Shannon Rae Lindsey, Kalup Linzy, Marta Maleck, Daniel Mantilla, Noelle Mason, Tim Mettler, Tim MicMillan, Milagros, Daniel Morgan, Ellen Mueller, Jenna Newton, Sharon Norwood, Kym O’Donnell. Beth Plaids, Gabriel Ramos, Anthony Record, Mojdeh Rezaeipour, Kale Roberts, S. Roman, Stacy Rosende, Mia Rosenthal, Claudia Ryan, Michelle Sawyer, Michael Scoggins, Chase Sherman, Kristen Rae Simomen, Rebecca Skelton, Ryann Slauson, Sabrina Small, Ty Smith, Leslie Snipes, Matthew Squires, Tyler Staggs, Natalya Swanson, Bethany Taylor, Brian Taylor, Wesley Terpstra, Harvey Tulcensky, Josette Urso, John Isiah Walton, Cheryl Weber, Eric Wheeler, Liz Rodda and Frank Wick, and Chelsea Carina Witt.
Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me : a group show
Jan 29 -Feb 11th
A disparate collection of works that are currently still in progress, set aside for a while, or abandoned completely.
Also kind of like the NPR show, but not as clever.
You can find us at:
2214 Belle Vue Way
December 07 – Dec 23, 2015
Curated by Catherine Bergmann
Dunedin Fine Art Center
1143 Michigan Blvd,