I am helping to start an experimental art program called DARK STUDY, with Caitlin Cherry (Founder/Director) and Nora Khan (Director).
From our mission statement:
"Dark Study is an experimental program centered on art. We take this absence of the studio and the university’s full support as a profound opportunity. In our faculty and students, we are in search of a cohort of minds distributed around the world. We are digitally-rooted and virtual-first.
Dark Study takes up the work that the university prevents through regulation, intellectual property ownership, and massive debt. Dark Study serves the underserved and underrepresented locked out of the racket of higher education. Dark Study acknowledges the risk, precarity, and failures inherent to pursuit of a creative practice today. Dark Study strives to teach art and design as understood through materialism, history, economics, critical theory, and philosophy, all within the context of new technologies. Through a transparent, open methodology and a commitment to flexibility, Dark Study encourages the potential of artistic production for direct impact on a society in crisis."
To read more about our vision, ad how you can participate or help support us, please visit the DARK STUDY website.
And shout-out to Kit Son Lee for their amazing design of our website!!
+++Hudson Valley MOCA+++
.edu: Art Faculty of the Hudson Valley
On View: March 14 - April 30, 2020
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 14, 4 - 7 PM
Hudson Valley MOCA
1701 Main Street
Peekskill, NY 10566
Featured Artists: Nancy Bowen (Purchase College), Bryan Czibesz (SUNY New
Paltz), Donise English (Marist), Glen Fogel (Bard), Aaron Krach (Purchase College), Nicole Maloof (Sarah Lawrence College), Itty S. Neuhaus (SUNY New Paltz), John O’Connor (Sarah Lawrence College), Rachel Owens (Purchase College), Janine Polak (Purchase College), Gina Ruggeri (Vassar), Christina Tenaglia (Vassar), Josette Urso (WCC - White Plains), Randy Williams (Manhattanville)
+++Show in Omaha+++
Amy Jarding | Marsha Mack | Nicole Maloof | Amanda Smith
Curated by Amanda Smith and Angela Zonunpari
May 10 - June 21, 2019
Friday, May 10, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Generator Space by Amplify Arts
1804 Vinton Street
Omaha, NE, 68108
Gallery Hours: Thursday - Friday, 12:00 - 5:00 PM
How to Read a Banana: A Screening
SOHO20 Artists, Inc.
56 Bogart Street
Brooklyn NY 11206
Friday, March 22, 8-10PM
Joint screening of Rachelle Mozman Solano’s The Dying Cavendish and Nicole Won Hee Maloof’s What color is a banana?, organized by 2018-19 Curatorial Fellow Mira Dayal.
Click here for more info!
+++End of the Year Press+++
One Blue Eye, Two Servings was included in Hyperallergic's "A Dozen Memorable Exhibitions from 2018." What a great way to end the year!!
Please join us for the opening of One Blue Eye, Two Servings on Thursday October 18
One Blue Eye, Two Servings
Works by Nicole Maloof and Tammy Nguyen
526 W 26th, Suite 709
New York, NY 10001
October 18 - November 10th
Gallery hours: Thur - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Thursday October 18
+++July 7: Artists' talk for Safe Imagination Is Boring+++
Safe Imagination Is Boring
Walter Reade Theater
165 W 65th St
New York, NY 10023
+++February 1st: New York Immigration Coalition Show+++
39 White Street
New York, NY 10013
Exhibition dates: February 1, 2018 - February 24, 2018
Fundraising Event for the New York City Immigration Coalition
February 1, 2018
6:30 - 9pm
Tickets to the event can be purchased here.
+++Feb 1: Feral Visions: An Exhibition of NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Finalists+++
New York Foundation for the Arts
20 Jay Street, Suite 740
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Exhibition Dates: January 25, 2018 - April 20, 2018
Feburary 1, 2018
6 - 8pm
Feral Visions, curated by David C. Terry and Madeline Scholl, celebrates the artists who were recognized as 2017 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship Finalists. Each of these artists were selected by the 2017 Fellowship Review Panel and NYFA celebrates their work through this exhibition. 2017 Finalists were recognized in the following categories: Crafts/Sculpture, Digital/Electronic Arts, Nonfiction Literature, Poetry, and Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts. The opening reception is being presented as part of DUMBO's monthly First Thursday Gallery Walk, an evening where the galleries of DUMBO stay open late for special events and exhibitions.
Jarrod Beck (Finalist in Crafts/Sculpture ’17)
Mattia Casalegno (Finalist in Digital/Electronic Arts ’17)
Lisa Chen (Finalist in Nonfiction ’17)
Oasa DuVerney (Finalist in Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts ’17)
Nicole Maloof (Finalist in Printmaking/Drawing/Book Arts ’17)
Susan Meyer (Finalist in Crafts/Sculpture ’17)
Asiya Wadud (Finalist in Poetry ’17)
Rong Xiaoqing (Finalist in Nonfiction ’17)
Bad Drawings by Bad Women
Featuring thirty original sly and subversive illustrations by Hallie Bateman, Susan Coyne, Kristina Lee, Nicole Maloof, and Katie Skelly. With an introduction by Emma Sulkowicz.
You can purchase here.