JANUARY-MARCH

February 11, 2020

 

Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund Fellowship, 2020 cohort

new stop motion project: Hospes

 

The Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film and Media was founded in 2016 to address under-represented communities in the film, television and XR industries. By providing funding for emerging regional voices and connecting Baltimore creatives to prestigious artists, veteran executives, and successful entrepreneurs in the entertainment industry, our aim is giving voice to those who have been excluded.

 

Hospes is short experimental puppet stop motion that explores the contemporary American experience of multilayered identities by asking how you stay whole within a society that wants to deconstruct you.

 

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Smithsonian American Art Museum's Women Filmmaker's Festival

curated by Saisha Grayson, curator of New Media, SAAM

 

Screening and Panel: Friday, March 6, 7-9pm at the Cinema @Eaton DC

w/ Sobia Ahmad, Brittney Sankofa, Stephanie Williams and Plakookee (Rachel Debuque and Justin Plakas) 

 

Saturday, March 7, 2-7pm at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.  
Watch the landmark feature film Born in Flames and join the director Lizzie Borden and SAAM curators in a post-screening discussion. 

 

Join us for a film festival that highlights women artists working outside the Hollywood game, making their own rules and seeking adventurous audiences for their bold visions. This is a key effort to bring time-based and film artworks and artists to our audiences, and engage with timely issues while amplifying voices beyond those represented in the collection. This year, in recognition of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the Festival asks: How are female-identifying and non-binary filmmakers using their art to imagine the world differently? 

Cinema @Eaton DC, 1201 K Street NW, WDC, 202.289.7600
SAAM, F st & 8th st NW, WDC, MUSEUM HOURS: 11:30am-7pm

 

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Seamless, Craft-based Objects and Performance: Angela Ellsworth, Caleb Weintraub and Stephanie J Williams

curated by Cheryl Harper

 

SHOW DATES: January 21 – April 16, 2020


OPENING RECEPTION & new performance by Angela Ellsworth: March 8, 2pm
a performance by Caleb Weintraub: March 12, 2020, 12:45pm

Stedman Gallery, Rutgers University - Camden Center for the Arts
314 Linden Street, Camden, NJ, 856.225.6350

GALLERY HOURS, MON-SAT: 10am-4pm

 

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Merkin Dream

curated by Laure Drogoul 

 

SHOW DATES: February 20 – March 28, 2020 

 

Merkin Dream opens Thursday, February 20 with a reception beginning at 6pm (free) and closes Saturday, March 28 with a ticketed Fashion Show, doors at 7pm. 

Maryland Art Place, 218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore, MD, 410.962.8565

GALLERY HOURS, TUES-SAT: 12-4pm

 

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recent past projects

Face Value @the Parlour, Baltimore, MD
Unruly Bodies @Stevenson University, Stevenson, MD
Where We Have Been @Towson University, Towson, MD
Art Night @Washington Project for the Arts/Hickock Cole, WDC
The Tenderness Project - THE TENDERNESS PROJECT IS AN EXPERIMENT IN RADICAL EMPATHY CURATED BY ROSS GAY AND SHAYLA LAWSON.

written stuff

Akea Brionne Brown, On Why We Need to Talk About the Philippines, Shades Collective, October 22, 2019

Brandon Soderberg, Border Crossing in Lingering Survival of the Unfit, BmoreArt, July 26, 2019

Cara Ober, Immigration, Environmentalism, Race, and Culture: 2019 Sondheim Finalists Tackle Personal, Civic, and Universal Issues, BmoreArt, June 28, 2019

Elsabe Johnson Dixon, East City Artnotes: Stephanie J. Williams, Things That Don't Have Names, East City Art, June 20, 2019

Mark Jenkins, In the Galleries: Whimsy Rendered in Black and White, Washington Post, June 7, 2019

Suzy Kopf, Art AND: Stephanie Williams, Bmore Art, May 30, 2019

School 33 Resident Biennial Catalogue, School 33, Baltimore, MD, 2019
essays by George Ciscle and Megan Koeppel

Lily Siegal, Languid Objects Animated, curatorial essay for Things That Don't Have Names, Greater Reston Art Center, Reston, VA, 2019

Rebekah Kerman, Friday Gallery Roundup: School 33 Edition, Bmore Art, May 17, 2019

Janet Rems, ...Explores the Question 'What are you?', Fairfax County Times, May 16, 2019

Cara Ober, A Look At the 2019 Sondheim Finalists, Bmore Art, April 2, 2019

Silvio Manganero, Acevedo, Wiliams, Wowsugi: Storie Americane, Il Giornale Dell' Arte, March 20, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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