Family Stories Theatre
Director Mara Mills and actor/writer Donna Barkman present 'Hand-Me-Downs’ reflecting the work
of exhibiting artist Jo-Ann Brody.
Ceres is proud to offer a series of one week exhibitions for artists not affiliated with our gallery. The shows titled Exposure will permit artists to hang their own work and participate in a Chelsea exhibition providing a venue as a “test of the waters” to young artists, under recognized artists, and artists of various backgrounds.
Women Gazing Inward - Women’s Caucus for Art, New York Chapter
All women have stories to tell. Female perspectives are often attuned to social and cultural influences. The work in this group exhibition asks the questions, “to what extent is our perception informed by gender?” and “can the concept of ‘inwardness’ relate to our ancestry as women?”
American Society of Contemporary Artists Members Exhibition
Established in 1917 as The Brooklyn Society of Artists, A.S.C.A. continues to be a vibrant and thriving organization of men and women artists exhibiting together. Ceres is proud to have them mount this excellent exhibition in our gallery space.
Women's History Month program: Women Art Critics in the Age of the Internet
Four dynamic women present their blogs and websites and discuss how the internet intersects with their art criticism: Sharon Butler: painter, arts writer, publisher of twocoatsofpaint.com, Jill Conner: art critic, founder of artists-studios.com, Amy Lipton: curator, arts writer, co-director of ecoartspace.com and Kara Rooney: artist, art critic, managing art editor of brooklynrail.org moderated by Susan Grabel.
Makerspace for Artists
What are Makerspaces and how can artists benefit from them? Learn how you can use the resources of a makerspace to help develop skills, techniques, and processes that can further your art practice. www.makerspace.nyc
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