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Gallery artist Jo Smail to exhibit in "It..." a juried faculty exhibition at MICA
Event runs from October 26 to November 18, 2012



It... features the work of MICA's world-renowned full-time faculty, highlighting their diversity in content, medium and style. This year, the show is juried, allowing a select number of faculty members to exhibit a substantial body of work.

Images from the The Thunder Thigh Revue
Joyce J. Scott and Kay Lawal-Muhammad reprise their award-winning show about being women of substance with a joyous non-violent reunion. Directed by Rain Pryor, the performance will revisit their partnership and the solo careers of two quite chubby Balti-morons. As the original "Robust Dames du Drama-turds" remembering their days as "Fearless Fativist" they will share their statuesque silhouettes and biggest regrets (one and the same)!
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Gallery Artist Joyce J. Scott on ARTINDEX TV, PBS
With host Joy Glidden, Season 2 episode No. 6 explores the work of Joyce Scott as she prepared for Prospect.2 New Orleans, 2011
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Gallery artist Liliana Porter at Mor - Charpentier Galerie in Paris, France
Event runs from September 8 to October 27, 2012

The first solo exhibition in France of Argentinean artist, Liliana Porter, presents a visual commentary on the inherent duality of the human condition. The exhibition will be up from September 8 - October 27, with the opening reception on Saturday, September 8th, from 6pm-9pm.
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Our Bodies, Our Selves
Joyce Scott's solo show contorts identities, By: Marcus Civin

(Left) Piece from Joyce J. Scott's On Kilter, at Goya Contemporary September 12, 2012 - November 10, 2012

Joyce J. Scott, Baltimore native, is a sculptor and a philosopher. She ponders problems by engaging with materials. Her sculptural-philosophical practice is a kind of alchemy, an imaginative and intuitive transformation of forms. Her current solo show at Goya Contemporary brings to mind a zany shop selling small handmade objects or an episodic novel brought to life. The exhibition includes 15 small- to medium-sized figurative sculptures and three unique prints. Scott sculpts romances; she couples, mates, and defines figures by intertwining bodies with other bodies.
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Bill Schmidt at Goucher College's Silber Art Gallery
September 4, 2012 - October 7, 2012
Geo-Structure:  Exhibition explores repetition and architectural building blocks to comment on surroundings and daily experiences.
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Gallery artist Joyce J. Scott at Spelman College Museum of Art.
Material Girls: Contemporary Black Women Artists, features work by Chakaia Booker, Sonya Clark, Maya Freelon Asante, Maren Hassinger, Martha Jackson Jarvis, Joyce J. Scott, and Renée Stout. On view at the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art Sept. 6 through Dec. 1, 2012, this exhibition explores the innovative ways that Black women artists fuse fine art and craft.
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Gallery artists open an exhibition at Stevenson University:
First Impressions, Sol Print Studios

Aug 27, 203 - Nov 30, 2013 reception Oct 11 from 6 - 8 pm

Since founding Sol Print Studios in 2009, Goya Contemporary artist Soledad Salamé has been dedicated to mentoring artist in the fine art and nuanced techniques of printmaking.

 

Gallery artist Christine Neill opens 3 exhibitions this fall in Maryland, Delaware & Japan
Maryland Institute College of Art, Decker Gallery, Baltimore, MD
August 22, 2012 - September 16, 2012, Reception: September 6, 2012, 5pm - 7pm

Mystery & Magic in Nature, Warner Gallery, Middletown, DE
September 1, 2012 - October 12, 2012

Keisho Exhibition, Wakaime Art School, Anjo Achi, Japan,
Summer 2012

The Museum of Art & Design acquires Joyce J. Scott work
The Museum of Art & Design in NY has recently acquired an important work by gallery artist Joyce J. Scott for the permanent collection. The exhibition is accompanied by a significant book in English with texts by Adriano Berengo, James Putnam and Frances Corner.

Authored in year 2012, Water Mammy I will have a permanent home at M.A.D.