Mark your calendars: September events (and how to get a free backpack)

On Thursday, September 12, 5 – 7 pm, please join me for the opening of “Sharon Butler: Dense Surveillance,” a solo show at the Fine Art Gallery at Westchester Community College that will be on view through November 24. In a large, quirky space, the exhibition includes new work as well as paintings and drawings from the past several years. A couple of events related to the exhibition are in the planning stages, so look for more details about those in the near.

(Image at top: Sharon Butler, Turbine House (Purple), 2013, pigment and binder on canvas, 66 x 78 inches. Installation view.)

The following week, on Thursday, September 19, I’ll be speaking at the UConn Art & Art History Department’s Annual Convocation Ceremony. Co-sponsored by the William Benton Museum of Art and the Mittelmann Lecture Fund, the event is FREE and open to the public. Samoan artist and independent curator Shigeyuki Kihara, currently a resident at ISCP,  and I will each make 30-minute presentations, followed by a brief question and answer period. If you’re anywhere near Storrs, Connecticut, please join us at 6pm in von der Mehden Recital Hall. I’ll be giving away free backpacks to all Two Coats of Paint readers!

Sharon Butler, 45 Decibels, 2013, oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches. 

Related posts:
Upcoming show: Dense Surveillance (2013)
Secondary usage: Four questions and answers (2013)

One Comment

  1. Liza from Brooklyn

    What a captivating image. If the rest of the show is comparable, it should be terrific.

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