Annie Lanzillotto's albums are now available for purchase:
September 22, 2010, NYC: BOOK LAUNCH PARTY for Jennifer Guglielmo's
LIVING THE REVOLUTION: ITALIAN WOMEN'S RESISTANCE AND RADICALISM IN NEW
YORK CITY, 1880-1945 (UNC Press, 2010). John D. Calandra Italian
American Institute (CUNY), 6pm.
Guglielmo will be joined by historian Gerald Meyer, actress Chiara
Montalto and artist Annie Lanzillotto. 25 West 43rd Street (5/6), 17th
floor, New York, NY. Free and open to the public. Seating is limited.
Please call (212) 642-2094 to pre-register and be prepared to show a
photo ID to the building's concierge.
ITALIAN AMERICAN BLOGGERS: http://www.i-italy.org/sections/bloggers
Azara, "Changes" (2001).
YOU'RE INVITED! B. Amore is included in a National Affiliate Group Exhibition at SOHO 20 Gallery. The Opening is Thursday, June 24th, 6-8PM at SOHO 20, 511 West 25th Street, 6th floor, NYC, 212-367-8994. Come and see Amore's newest works and participate in the lively Chelsea art scene! Hope to see you there!
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THE STORIES BETWEEN US: Conversations on Writing Race, History & Memory. A reading, film screening, and discussion with Sejal Shah and Kym Ragusa.
- COMMEMORATION OF THE TRIANGLE SHIRTWAIST FACTORY FIRE AND THE WOMEN'S LABOR MOVEMENT, MARCH 25, 2004 The National Organization of Italian American Women & John D. Calandra Italian American Institute in cooperation with the Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimo, Commemorate the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire And The Women's Labor Movement, Thursday, March 25th 6-8pm Panel Discussion and Reception at the Casa Italian Zerilli Marimo, 24 West 12th Street Between 5th & 6th Avenues New York City.
- UPCOMING AIWA READING Saturday, April 10th Italian American Writers Association (IAWA) Open mic readings at Cornelia Street Cafe 29 Cornelia Street, New York City Between Bleecker and West 4th Street Starts at 5:45pm to 7:45pm, Featured Readers: Maria Mazziotti Gillan and Joann Sicoli
- ITALIAN MAMMAS! Be sure to go to this evening of Italian American women's theater. Two plays will be shown Friday night March 26th and Saturday night March 27th at 8:00pm at the Producers Club in midtown Manhattan, 358 West 44th Street (between 8th and 9th Ave). The first is Tracy Esposito's one-woman show CHICKEN PARMIGIANA, on an Italian girl growing up in Staten Island with her family, until one day her mother's life is on the line and everything changes. The second is another one-woman show FORTUNATA, written by Darlene Violette (another comic and actress), and co-directed by Esposito. Chicken Parmigiana is only 55 minutes and Fortunata is only 35 minutes. For both plays the cost is only $20. That's a great deal!
- Friday, March 5th, 7 - 9: openings of two solo exhibitions: Joanne Mattera "New Paintings" Katherine Taylor "Document".
Marcia Wood Gallery, 263 Walker Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30313, (404) 827-0030.
The exhibitions are on through April 17, 2004. Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Saturday, 11 - 6
Joanne Mattera is nationally known for her work in encaustic and as the author of the book, "The Art of Encaustic Painting: Contemporary Expression in the Ancient Medium of Pigmented Wax" (Watson-Guptill, 2001). The new body of work, a continuation of her popular "Uttar" series, presents stunning, geometric large-scale works as well as smaller, grid-based paintings that exploit the luminosity and lushness of wax. (You may view additional work on the website, www.marciawoodgallery.com ).
Joanne Mattera Uttar 240, 2004 Encaustic on panel, 48 x 67 inches
Katherine Taylor, a native of Biloxi and current resident of Atlanta, held her first solo exhibition to rave reviews at Marcia Wood Gallery in 2002. The upcoming exhibition, entitled "Document", presents a compelling image of a powerful American icon, a car, in the wake of disaster; an intriguing and timely addition to Taylor's ongoing exploration of the subjective and tenuous experience of humanity.
Katherine Taylor Aftermath:Camille 1969-Front Beach Texaco, 2004, Oil on canvas 108 x 72 inches
Amore's Public Art Piece entitled "Chelsea Creek Clipper" was installed at the Condor Street Urban Wild in East Boston. It is
comprised of 29 stones which were recycled from a seawall on site. The
community participated in choosing inscriptions for each stone which
reflect the history of the place.
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