—–> Saturday, December 15th, 2012 @ 6:30pm
Work & Discussion
“Forays: a metaphysical mapping”
Joan Waltemath presents a series of new drawings in conte, tempera and graphite on Khadi paper. Waltemath will also project images of these studies for her Treaty of 1868 project, funded by Creative Capital in 2012, and guide audience members through the various aspects of her non-linear journey. In 1987 Lakota educator, writer, political activist, Vine Deloria, Jr. issued a challenge to create “new ceremonies” involving Dakota, non-Dakota and the land. Such ceremonies are seen as essential to begin the building of a new shared-history.” The Treaty of 1868 project takes up Deloria’s challenge.
www.joanwaltemath.net/treaty-of-1868-/grid-wrap/grid-wrap for detailed information.
Joan Waltemath grew up on the Great Plains. Her abstract paintings focus on constructing spatial voids using harmonic progressions and non-traditional, reflective pigments in oils as well as drawings in diverse materials. Shown in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, Basel, and Cologne, her work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the National Gallery of Art and the Harvard University Art Museum. She has written extensively on art and served as an Editor-at-large of the Brooklyn Rail since 2001 and Contributing Editor of artcritical.com since 2010. She is currently Director of the Hoffberger School of Painting, the Maryland Institute College of Art’s graduate painting program.
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Work & Discussion is a series of conversations between creators, thinkers, and good talkers about subjects ranging from art, literature, performance, utilitarian labor, education and teaching, scholarship, and ways of living.
Media: Various media
Presentation Format: Open group and visitor round table discussion, no lecture
Moderators: Jomar Statkun, Christopher Stackhouse & Jared Friedman