April 5 - April 30 solo exhibition on view: "Climate Change Stories photographs by Susan Hockaday" at SOHO Photo Gallery, 15 White St. New York, NY 10013 212 226-8571. Reception: Thursday April 13, 6:00 - 8:00 | Susan will be at the gallery on: April 12, 14, 19, and 22.
February 5 - 25, 2023 on view at ATLANTIC WORKS Gallery. B. Amore has recently been accepted as a member of ATLANTIC WORKS Gallery. She was recently included in a group show entitled Making Connections. Atlantic Works is a very special collective of individual artists who share a deep love of art-making. The show is up from February 5-25th, 2023. The third Thursday Reception is February 16, 6-9PM. ATLANTIC WORKS, 80 Border Street, 3rd floor, East Boston, MA; 857-302-8363; Gallery Hours are Friday and Saturdays, from 2-6 PM or by appointment; [email protected] works.org. There is a modest lot that has parking, as well as on the street. The gallery is a short walk from Maverick Square Station in the direction of the waterfront.
Review by B.Amore in Art New England: Many Americas: Art Meets History
Review in Art New England by B. Amore on Mary Sherman's: Visual Orchestrations
B. Amore Interviewed by Art New England
Review by B. Amore in Rutland Herald: Author and Illustrator: The works of J. Carter Merwin
Diane Churchill will exhibit a painting in at the Jewish Theological Seminary, 3080 Broadway as part of the Genesis Project. June 1 is the opening. 5 - 7 pm with a panel "The Art of Creation: A Discussion " with Jewish, Islamic and Christian leaders.
Diane Churchill has been accepted by El Sur, and artists' residency in Mexico City for July.
Diane Churchill is a recipient of an "Arts Alive" grant for an Art/Music collaboration with composer Mark Attebery. The grant is for an exhibit of Churchill's paintings paired with an original composition composed and recorded by Mark. The exhibit is entitled Tone Color.
This project is made possible from the funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Westchester.
Afarin Rahmanifar was a panelist discussing The Role of the Feminine in the Secular and the Sacred on May 11 at The Interchurch Center as part of the Genesis project created by the Jewish Art Salon.
January 5 - 19, 2023 "Hope is a Thing with Feathers", The Peddie School, 201 S.Main Street, Highstown, NJ 08520
Awarded Eve Helman Memorial Award from the NAWA, National Assoc of Women Artists for her piece
Dreams Floating Like Lace on Water