Join us for the opening reception of YET, UNKNOWN, an exhibition featuring the works of Charlotte Street Foundation's 2016-2017 Studio Residents: Shelby Burchett (Goo-Witch), Zoe Chressanthis (Merso Monsoon Productions), Kimberly LaVonne, Noël Morical, S.E. Nash, and Mark Alister Raymer. Curated by Lynnette Miranda.
Lynnette Miranda will give the closing keynote at Temp to Perm, a one-day Public Arts Conference that will investigate the spectrum of Contemporary Public Art.
Lynnette Miranda will participate in a panel about centering Latina/x voices in the arts at the Latinx Artists Retreat, a two-day convening for Latinx cultural producers across all disciplines and fields to discuss historic and contemporary issues within the artistic ecosystem.
The Present Futures Library at Open Engagement: JUSTICE invites artists, administrators, and educators to contribute resources concerning strategies for making change, self-preservation, self-determination, and collective organizing. Participants are encouraged to contribute, share, and take resources!
Join us for the opening reception of ¿Qué Pasa, USA? a group exhibition that considers a broad spectrum of experiences that reflect and respond, specifically through humor, absurdity, and joy, to what it means to be a citizen in this country today. Curated by Lynnette Miranda.
Join Charlotte Street for a date with 2016-2017 Curator in Residence Lynnette Miranda. Learn about Miranda’s curatorial practice as well as the vision for her upcoming exhibitions. Following her presentation, she will facilitate and participate in a 15-20 minute speed dating exercise where attendees can get to know Miranda and each other in a span of 1-2 minutes. Speed dating is optional.
PLUG PROJECTS hosts Critique Nights in between exhibitions. The goal of this series is to encourage open discussion of artists’ work and to activate both the artist and audience in engaged dialogue that will provoke artistic growth and engagement. Featuring work by Lauren Sobchak, Freedy Gabaurdy and Rochelle Brickner. Moderated by Lynnette Miranda and Chris Lowrence.
Present Futures: Strategies Toward Emancipation (Part 1) brings together artists and cultural producers whose practices and work are grounded in the present moment while generating and expanding artistic strategies for making change. Work by James T. Green, Ivan Forde, Tiona McClodden, Kameelah Janan Rasheed, J. Soto, and Diamond Stingily. The exhibition has been organized by Lynnette Miranda, Suhaly Bautista-Carolina, Teal Baskerville, Henry Murphy, and Kathy Cho.
The Curatorial Intensive participants for the 2016 New Orleans program will each present their exhibition and project proposals they have developed throughout the course of the week.
An in-depth discussion of how our new electronic landscape is shaping the accessibility of materials, the democratization of ideas, and most importantly, how we experience art on a daily basis. Panelists: Annette Barbier, Lynnette Miranda, and Sofia Leiby