Bad Woman SOS benefit show with Wren Kitz, Throat of the Loon, Gahlord Dewald, and Cricket Blue in support of the exhibition Katya Grohkovsky: Privately Owned. April 1 from 7-9 PM at Burlington City Arts, 135 Church Street in Burlington, Vermont.
Help Overnight Projects and New City Galerie bring Brooklyn-based feminist and immigrant artist provocateur Katya Grokhovsky to Vermont: in support of this spring’s place-responsive performance and installation, Katya Grokhovsky: "Privately Owned" (May 10 – July 18), we will be live screen-printing limited-edition Bad Woman t-shirts.
Maize Meditation, a performative installation by Amanda Turner Pohan curated by Overnight Projects, invites participants to attend an event at the McCarthy Art Gallery at Saint Michael's College on the weekend of the fall equinox.
This event will look at the ways in which techniques of agricultural biotechnology are invisibly embedded in the genetically modified corn consumed today, and how the invisible technology inscribes itself on/into individual, social, and political bodies. Participants will be invited to sit and eat a four course meal consisting of corn-based foods. The artist will guide participants through the meal using a meditative dialogue. Each course will be paired with an excerpted reading from the exhibition's newspaper publication read by Chief Shirly Hook of the Koasek Traditional Bank of the Koas Abenaki Nation and Mark Lubkowitz, a maize geneticist and Professor of Biology at Saint Michael's College. The participatory event will begin in the gallery foyer at 5pm on Saturday, September 22, and will conclude with a silent group walk to the campus cornfield.
Please note, the walk to the cornfield is approximately 15 minutes. Comfortable shoes are recommended!
Artist talk in Cheray Science Hall, room 101, 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Opening Reception in the gallery, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
For the month of September, artist Amanda Turner Pohan will transform the McCarthy Art Gallery at St. Michael’s College into a library of archival materials documenting a timeline of corn cultivation, from the practices of the Abenaki Nation of Vermont to the rise of American agricultural biotech corporations. To mark the final year of harvest of the 66 acre cornfield leased from St. Michael's by a local farmer, this project invites participants to attend an event in the gallery on the weekend of the fall equinox. This event will draw connections between traditional agricultural practices and the techniques that produce the genetically modified corn consumed today.
This exhibition is funded by the Marc and Dana vanderHeyden Endowment in Fine Arts with additional support from the Saint Michael's College Fine Arts Department
Overnight Projects and Border Patrol Maine are thrilled to present a one-night performance by Hi Tiger in Winooski's old Key Bank building. The building is currently undergoing interior demolition, and after the performance, it will be renovated into a new commercial space. This event is our way of activating the space one last time before its transformation.
Overnight Projects has a booth at this year's Detroit Art Book Fair, October 14 and 15. Representing with issues of Autre Magazine, books by Bennington-based artist Angus MCcullough, New York-based artists TR Ericsson and Charmaine Wheatley, Matthew Peterson's Flatlander Press zines, Rachel Elizabeth Jones' "Whole Buildings for That", and more!
We will gather around the trees in the NW corner of Burlington's City Hall Park at 8:30 pm on Friday, June 23 to hear the artist speak about his work and together at sunset, experience the mysterious greenish INDIGLO® of the watches and a large crescendo of sounds.
Sarah O Donnell of Overnight Projects will present as part of the Preservation Trust of Vermont's 2016 Preservation and Downtown Conference, focusing on how she and Abbey Meaker of Overnight Projects have worked with artists to reinvigorate vacant buildings and how art can be used to shift perceptions about place.
More info available here.
Closing Reception for Conceal/ Reveal, a collaborative installation by Rebecca Weisman and Dana Heffern
Join us for the closing of Conceal/ Reveal a collaborative, site-responsive installation by Vermont-based artists Dana Heffern and Rebecca Weisman.
Conceal/Reveal artists, Dana Heffern and Rebecca Weisman, will present a talk about their site-responsive work, how it informs their work as individuals, and the process by which the work was conceived and created.
This event is made possible by the generous support of Burlington City Arts, ArtsRiot, and Dominant Saw. It is free and open to the public.
New York-based artists, Jennifer Lauren Smith and Andrew Brehm, will present a joint lecture and installation walk-through of their collaborative project Triangle, Circle, Square at 339 Pine Street in Burlington, Vermont.
Reception for "Triangle, Circle, Square" a collaborative installation by Andrew Brehm and Jennifer Lauren Smith
Triangle Circle Square is a multi channel collaborative video installation conceived by Andrew Brehm and Jennifer Lauren Smith.
Artist, curator, and all around son of a gun, Mike Calway- Fagen, joins us from Bloomington, Indiana via magical cables and satellites to curate a screening of comedy shorts exploring the intersections between comedy and art.
New York-based video and performance artist, Maya Jeffereis, invites participants to engage in a conversation about politics of identity and morality by participating in a military training exercise at 339 Pine Street in Burlington, Vermont.