The Artpace Blog

16
Apr

Inessa’s Top Five Gala Happenings

1. Décor This past Saturday was Artpace’s 9th Annual Happening.  Shanghai Swing- Artpace Goes East was the setting for shmoozing, art appreciation, and drinks this weekend.  With the help of (outstanding) staff and volunteers, Artpace was truly transformed. The “undisclosed underground lair” was just as beautiful. 2. Cocktails During cocktail hour The Esquire Tavern provided […]

15
Apr

A Few “Notes” about Artpace from the Classroom

As a kindergarten teacher, I’m always looking for opportunities for my students to develop their writing skills by creating their own sentences. As I was brainstorming ideas for new reading centers, I remembered a collection of gallery notes I received when I interned at Artpace in 2011. I sifted through them and selected several that I […]

10
Apr

Devon Dikeou’s “Pay what you wish, but you must pay something” now in the Artpace Archives

Artpace alum Devon Dikeou‘s (International Artist-in-Residence Spring 2011) work explores the relationship between participants in the arts, and her recent project, Pay what you wish, but you must pay something, is no different. NADA Miami Beach, which took place December 5-8, 2013, invited Dikeou to create this project, which included reproductions of 16 museums’ donations boxes interspersed […]

1
Apr

Artpace Alum Graham Fagen, from Scotland to Venice

Artpace Alum Graham Fagen (International Artist-in-Residence Fall 2011) has been selected by The Scotland + Venice partnership to represent Scotland at the 56th International Art Exhibition, the 2015 Venice Biennale. Fagen will create new work for the solo exhibition, commissioned and curated by Hospitalfield Arts, Arbroath. Working with a variety of media, including video, photography, performance, and even plants, […]