October 6th – November 6th, 2012
Toward a union of public artists we have invited artists into our space to activate our house with public programming throughout the length of our exhibition. See below for our calendar of events programmed through the current exhibition.
The month of October will be one of exploration on the nature of artistic independence and community interdependence, dedicated to informal education and an investigation of the Public Artist.
Public Artist–one who acts, thinks, and/or learns publicly and in some way exhibits his/her performance of daily life, or entangles it with public life. The Public Artist might be one whose daily endeavors, say, seeking studio space, finding a place to live, eating dinner, raising children, seeking education for himself or her children… all become endeavors that are shared, informed by broader needs than ones own, and pursued with some degree of aesthetic or poetic sensibility.