In this interview, learn a little bit about our current Winter Small Works Show & Sale, Karen’s advice for artists and gallery goers, and what is currently inspiring her this winter season.
Steven McNeil, AGGV Chief Curator & Director of Collections and Exhibitions of the AGGV, explains the difference in meaning of the terms “Nude” and “Naked” in art history.
AGGV Assistant Curator Mel Granley recounts the Mushroom Foray – A day of fungi exploration in connection with our recent exhibition, Symbiosis.
Natalie Rollins, AGGV Public Programs Coordinator shares her experience and observations from our Online Cooking programming: The Fragrant Mushroom with Chef Dan Hayes of the London Chef.
Make the season of giving a cinch this year by visiting us at the AGGV Gallery shop, where you can cross all the names off your list, including yourself!
AGGV Gallery Shop Coordinator John Manson presents the latest quarterly Reading List with a focus on books by Black authors and artists featured in Kemi Craig’s Black Space Libraries.
Curators of the exhibition Symbiosis, Jaimie Isaac, former AGGV Chief Curator, and Mel Granley, AGGV Assistant Curator, spoke with a sample selection of participating artists from the show and explored resonant themes between works, and ideas around fungi and forest ecologies.
Mel Granley, AGGV Assistant Curator, describes the importance of Kali Spitzer’s Photographic work, which “embraces the stories of contemporary BIPOC, queer and trans bodies, creating representation that is self determined, with her collaborative process being informed by the desire to rewrite the visual histories of Indigenous bodies beyond a colonial lens.”
Hitomi Harama, Kimono and Japanese Culture Specialist, shares the meaning of kimono, and how it evolves throughout generations.
We sat down with Jeri Engen, our new Educator of School and Family Programs, to learn about her experiences in Art Education and her new role.