Curatorial

The Jury is Out: Winter Curatorial & Guest Juror Appointments

Perhaps you’ve been thinking that I’ve been writing a little less frequently than usual, and wondering what I’ve been up to, besides going to innumerable fun breakfasts with artists. First of all, that feels a little judgy, so you might want to look at that. But also, I’ve been guest juroring my brains out! My […]

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Matter Out of Place – Artist Talk THIS SATURDAY @ Detroit Artists Market

**ARTIST TALK- COMING SOON, DON”T MISS YOUR CHANCE TO MEET THE ARTISTS AND CURATOR.** February 10, 1 p.m. Now on View: Matter Out of Place January 19 – February 17, 2018 Curated by Andrew Thompson Matter Out of Place is a group exhibition of craft, fine art and design projects that explore the shifting meanings […]

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John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture Series Presenter @ PSU School of Visual Arts – Wednesday, January 31, 3:00 pm

At first I was just so incredibly flattered and astonished to be invited to PSU as a visiting lecturer, and to help curate the Spring undergrad show, by a cohort including and involving the wonderful Shannon Goff, and the utterly inimitable Sidney Mullis. As the time has drawn closer, I graduated to being extremely excited. […]

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Call for Entry: The Snowden Exhibition @ The Scarab Club

Hey y’all – I am the guest juror for the 2018 Snowden Exhibition (formerly called the Silver Medal Exhibition) at the Scarab Club. Pertinent information is below. Definitely submit! BUT ALSO DEFINITELY DO NOT CONTACT ME ABOUT SUBMISSIONS OR SEND WORK TO ME – follow the instructions below, or be in touch with Treena Ericson […]

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Mark Dion Redux, panel discussion – TUESDAY, Sept. 19!

Panelists Osman Khan, Sarah Rose Sharp, and Paul Amenta, and moderator Amanda Krugliak, discuss “Waiting for the Extraordinary,” a new iteration of Mark Dion’s 2011 U-M installation inspired by the academic classifications invented by 19th-century Michigan Chief Justice Augustus B. Woodward. This architecturally scaled installation presents a single room with thirteen plastic sculptures, each representing […]

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