Saturday, January 15, 2011

2010 in Review

The Lunchbox Series, November

A cross-it-off-the-checklist endorphin rush:



Ragdale Foundation Residency

begin shooting Consuming Passion and website renovation

October 14 launch

Raised $19,920 since its inception in December 2009

There are still six more prints from Consuming Passion available for sale at the site. 100% of the proceeds from the sales go to The Voices and Faces Project. Take a look.

Word of the site is spreading through a recent mention in this month's Elle Decor website.


Studio Space 2007-2 N Prospect, Milwaukee


Exposure Benefit for the MAM Photography Council: donation of portrait and workshop

Stella Critique Group participation

September - October

Society of Photographic Educators - Midwest Regional Conference 2010

Archive for Artemisia Artists and B. Ciurej and L. Lochman Photographic Projects


Bon Vivant for the Museum of Wisconsin Art: donation of portrait

Portrait after 30 years it was time to update our website image by participating in the Real Photo Postcard Survey by J. Shimon and J. Lindeman


Mail Chimp greeting card

Mini Portfolio Reviews MoCP/March, CAR/May, MNMVS/July and Stella/August

Travel NYPhotofest, Minneapolis, A.I.R. Opening



To See Ourselves as Others See Us:

Contemporary Wisconsin Portraits

About the Curators: Graeme Reid, Assistant Director at the museum of Wisconsin Art and Debra Brehmer, art historian and Director of Portrait Society Gallery

JSOnline Review

July 2 - 24

Consumption Exhibition

The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO

Consumption is a complicated word with a myriad of meanings and usages.

About the Curator: Brian Paul Clamp working for nearly two decades as a curator, Clamp holds a MS degree in Critical Studies in Modern Art from Columbia University and is the author of thirty publications on American Art.


featured in Romania blog oitzarisme

About the Curator: Constantin Nimigean

December 1 - January 2

At Her Age Exhibition

For the inaugural CURRENTS exhibition series at A.I.R. gallery examines how women at any period in their life, old or young, view their changing bodies. The exhibition addresses the questions: "How does age affect experiencing one's sexual/sensual life?" and "How does age impact one's evolving personal and social relationships?"

About the Curator: Martha Wilson is an artist and Founding Director of Franklin Furnace Archive, Inc. Since its inception in 1976, Franklin Furnace has presented and preserved temporal art: artists’ books and other multiples produced internationally after 1960; temporary installations; and performance art.

About A.I.R. Gallery: Advocating for women in the arts since 1972. A.I.R. Gallery is located at 111 Front Street, #228, in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn. Kat Greifen, Director.

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