Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Its been a good month here, I've been awarded a 2011 Strauss Fellowship from the Arts Council of Fairfax. I am also currently a semifinalist for the 2011 Bethesda Painting Awards, wish me luck!
This is the last week for you to catch "Like Nowhere I've Been: Landscapes de un Sueno" at Evolve Urban Arts Project.
And of course Saturday, April 23 is the first public performance of "Ghost Music", a collaboration with composer Matt Sargent and percussionist Bill Solomon.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
You still have three weeks to see this great show at Evolve Urban Arts Project. Check out some of the blog coverage: The DCist, East City Art, The New Gay, and H Street Great Street.
This show includes 14 new drawings, most from 2011.
Come buy to chat and see the work in progress - I will also have several new framed drawings available for sale. The Adam Lister Gallery is located at 3950 University Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030.
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Contact: Brooke Seidelmann, Director
The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery
1632 U Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009
202.483.8600 | www.smithfarm.com/gallery | firstname.lastname@example.org
U-Street Sidewalk Serves as a Stage for Interactive Performance Art
Washington, DC – February 8, 2011 – The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery announces the final performance of John M. Adam’s Efflux, on Tuesday, February 15, beginning at 6pm on the gallery sidewalk.
Since mid January the gallery has hosted
John M. Adams’ site-specific drawing/video installation as part of its IN-FLUX window peek-show series, and on Tuesday, Feb. 15, Adams’ will culminate the work’s lifecycle with its final performance and destruction.
Adams' work straddles the domains of performance and installation art; his drawings are designed and created specific for their space, and immediately destroyed at the close of the exhibition. The feathery line-quality of Efflux’s graphite drawing evokes plumes of smoke, equally transitory and in keeping with the larger work's momentary existence. Alongside the installation's gestural work, a TV monitor loops footage of Adams creating the piece itself. And on February 15 the piece will be destroyed in a public performance, offering a complete metaphor for evolution - moving the viewer through creation, existence and destruction. Unlike Efflux’s creation, for the final performance Adams will relinquish his role as the works’ active participant and provoke pedestrians to walk on his work, thereby assuming active roles in the work’s anticipated end.
Join us on Tuesday, February 15th as an active participant in Efflux’s finale and literally leave your mark!
Tuesday, February 15th
6pm - Performance begins
6:20pm-7pm: Gallery Reception and Meet the Artist. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
Performance Location - sidewalk in front of The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, 1632 U St. NW
About The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery at Smith Farm Center: The Gallery is a mission of Smith Farm Center for Healing and the Arts, a Washington, DC nonprofit organization grounded in the profound belief that each person has tremendous innate abilities to heal in the face of life’s challenges. Smith Farm’s mission is to develop and promote proven healing practices that explore physical, emotional, and mental resources that lead to life-affirming changes. Programs and exhibitions in
The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery celebrate and stimulate the dynamic creative resources that contribute to health and wellness in each of us. To learn more please visit:www.smithfarm.com/gallery
Friday, January 28, 2011
Saturday, January 8, 2011