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Appearances 2012: Provincetown Green Arts Festival

Posted by on Feb 14, 2012 in Blog, Projects | 0 comments

Appearances 2012: Provincetown Green Arts Festival

Appearances 2012: Provincetown Green Arts Festival will feature ecocentric works from diverse artistic disciplines: painting, photography, poetry, readings, music, dance, short films and performance art.  Installations/sculptures that interact with the elements, harness natural energy or include recyclable materials/ocean debris are a priority.  Outdoor submissions are encouraged, for display on The Provincetown Conservation Trust lands and other settings.  Awardees in various submission categories will have the opportunity for solo shows/readings at Artcurrent Provincetown or ArtcurrentNYC.  For more information and to submit work, please go to www.provincetownconservationtrust.org.

Image: Judith Motzkin Appearances 2011

Appearances 2012: Provincetown Green Arts Festival

Posted by on Feb 14, 2012 in Blog, Projects | 0 comments

Appearances 2012: Provincetown Green Arts Festival -  After a successful inaugural festival last year wherein over 120 artists’ works were shown throughout Provincetown, Artcurrent is pleased to participate again this year as the home gallery for this international ecoarts event.  Provincetown holds a unique place environmentally as the outermost town nestled in Cape Cod’s National Seashore, and artistically as the oldest continuous art colony in the United States.  With broad community representation, The Provincetown Conservation Trust, a not-for-profit, non-governmental group, continues to put lands into conservation and seeks creative means for heightening people’s awareness of this delicate ecosystem and its remarkable beauty through the Appearances festival.

Menopause: Meeting the Myth

Posted by on Feb 13, 2012 in Projects | 0 comments

Menopause: Meeting the Myth

Menopause: Meeting the Myth

Menopause: Meeting the Myth – Following a successful exhibit at the Frauenmuseum, Bonn, Germany Menopause: Meeting the Myth, an international group show featuring women artists’ perception of the passage through menopause and beyond, is being reconfigured for return to the US through the support of ArtCurrent and curators Dorothy Palanza and Katharina Chichester.   Fall, 2012/Spring, 2013 exhibitions are being confirmed for Provincetown and NYC, to present works by the original international group and incorporating local artists at each location.  Works include paintings, photographs, installations, sculpture and video.  Image: Joelle Shefts – Demeter