25 Women Curators Shaking Things Up

Curator sisters are doing it big this century!!! In the article, 25 Women Curators Shaking Things Up (Artnet), the top 25 female curators are shaking things up in today’s art world in a major way. Not only are they introducing artworks of new and upcoming artists, they are also shaping and molding up new ways that art can be seen and also heard. Click the link below to read the entire article, don't be surprise if you see a few familiar faces. http://news.artnet.com/people/25-women-curators-on-the-rise-276386#.VQmj9bp93ei.facebook [...] Read more [...]
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Soho20's own Elizabeth Bisbing took part in this remarkable exhibition in China. Although we won't see any of Elizabeth's pieces in the video, Soho20 is thankful and proud that Elizabeth shared this wonderful video members and friends. Under the aegis of the non-profit Women’s Caucus for Art’s International Caucus and by invitation of Luxun Academy of Fine Arts, Chinese and American volunteers created "Half the Sky: Intersections in Social Practice Art" in Shenyang, China, April 2014. This [...] Read more [...]
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Member Show: Baker’s Dozen exhibition at the Arts Guild of New Jersey

Member, Anne Elliot has four pieces in the in Rahway, NJ. The opening is this Sunday, February 15 from 1-4pm and the exhibit will run till March 12. The exhibition, which opens on February 15 and runs through March 12, 2015 will have a free, public reception on Sunday, February 15, 1-4 PM, at Arts Guild New Jersey, 1670 Irving Street, Rahway, NJ 07065. Gallery Hours are Mon-Thurs 10am-4pm, Fri: 10am to 2pm, Sat & Sun: 1-4pm or by appointment for groups of 10 or more. The exhibition is wheelchair [...] Read more [...]
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Rules of Success: What Is Allowed—and What do We Allow Ourselves?

Last summer, Soho20’s National Affiliates Artists had a brown bag roundtable discussion: Rules of Success: What Is Allowed---and What do We Allow Ourselves, in conjunction with their group show Hungry Eyes. Please view this very informative video which the artists discussed the sources of freedom and restriction in their art and artistic careers. Soho20 Gallery’s National Affiliate Artists from nine different states have sustained their self-curated interactive feminist dialogue over the course [...] Read more [...]
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The Flux of Museum Price

Recently, the Brooklyn Museum announced a raised fee for adults while visitors age 20 and below go free. The move is an attempt to foster interest by youth in art and preservation by eliminating the economic hinderances. Starting September 3rd, 20 year olds will enter free-of-charge while adults must pay $16 rather than $12.  In 2011, the MoMA raised its admission fee to $25 from $20, and the suggested admission fee at the Metropolitan Museum of Art increased to $25 from $20. Evidently, there [...] Read more [...]
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