Events & Exhibits
Sept. 1-Sept. 30
Opening Reception: Sat. Sept. 8th 4-6 P.M.
"THE ALCHEMICAL BODY"
curated by Grace Moon a trip into the human psyche, an exploration of identity and being 2nd Floor Galleries
"N.Y. HOTEL STORY" Unique Documentary Photographs of a N.Y Art HOTEL by Natalie Daoust 1st Floor Small Gallery
"PORTRAITS" Psychological portraits of world icons in the arts & imaginative figures by James Saunders Grand Reception Hall
Oct. 9-Dec. 2 (extended dates)
Commemorating our fifth anniversary:
"FRIENDS & MENTORS"
with Jack Lenor Larsen, Isamu Noguchi, Jerry Rudquist, Toshiko Takaezu, Ansei Uchima, Toshiko Uchima, and Esteban Vicente. These artists are or have been long time personal friends of Yuko Nii, the Founder and Artistic Director of the WAH Center. There is a full color catalog for the show.
Reception October 16th 5-7:30 P.M. – champagne & hors doeuvres – $25<
Oct. 13-14, Sat.& Sun., 12 to 6 P.M. each day
2nd ANNUAL WILLIAMSBURG ARTS & CULTURAL FESTIVAL (WAC Festival)
Carol Quint, Festival Coordinator (718) 302.0514
EVENTS & FEATURES: Gallery Exhibitions, Shops & Restaurants, Open Studio Tours, Performances, Fashion Show, Historical & Cultural Tours. A brochure with map guide for the participants. Advertisement in media. Free Shuttle Bus!(Link to last WAC Fest page)
Tues. Oct. 16th
"FRIENDS & MENTORS" OPENING RECEPTION – $25. Call for Information.
November 3 – November 25
Where You At?
An Exhibition of Recent Alumnae Artists of Vassar College
Reception Saturday, November 17, 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Wed. Nov. 14
"FRIENDS & MENTORS" BENEFIT DINNER with entertainment to celebrate the show and the fifth year anniversary of the WAH Center. $150. Call for Information.
November 17 – December 2
The Art of Tattoo Tan & Edward Coppola
Opening Reception November 17th 4-6 P.M.
All events Thanks in part to grants from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Brooklyn Borough President Howard Golden and City Councilman Ken Fisher
December 8 – December 30
Mohammad Tasneem Shahzad
Opening reception for all artists : Saturday, December 8, 4-6PM
Jan. 12 – Feb. 3, 2002
THE WILLIAMSBURG SALON SHOW
Reception for all Exhibits SAT. JAN. 12, 2002 4-6 P.M.
First floor small gallery: Mary Westring
First floor Reception Hall: Hasan Hourani
February 9 – March 4, 2002
WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGES SLOVENIA "Escape from Alkatraz"
15 Artists from Slovenia Sponsored by the Slovenian Ministry of Culture
Fifty drawings from the Seismo-graph series of Fabrice Covelli
MULTIMEDIA COLLAGES OF ERICA HARRIS
Opening reception for all shows: Saturday February 9th, 4-6 P.M.
February 16 – April 14
Stop by the Vander Ende – Onderdonk House
(The Greater Ridgewood Historical Society)
1820 Flushing Avenue Ridgewood, NY 11385 718-456-1776
Local Brooklyn artists from the Williamsburg Art & Historical Center explore Robert Frost-inspired themes in group exhibit:
Carol Quint, Ernest Marciano, Bill Hall, Gerard Barbot, James Saunders, Nancy Ward, Arthur Kirmss
Opening reception Saturday, February 23, 3:00 – 5:00 pm
March 9-31, 2002
Reception for all shows Saturday March 9th, 4-6 P.M.
"Interior & Exterior"
Photography by Rebecca Cooney, Robert DAlessandro, Chad Kleitsch, Mary Cathryn Roth, and sculpture by Eli Anthony, Alexandra Limpert, and Tracy Heneberge
Works by Gary Spradling
Fourth Annual "Art & Ability"
show with work by 13 disabled artists
First Floor Small Gallery:
Homage to women who died of breast cancer, by Doreen Perrine
Sat. Mar. 9th @ 8:30 P.M. Admiss. $5
Experimental Music THE CONVOLUTIONISTS
organized by Matt Bua & Ladislav Czernek
Matt Bua, Ladislav Czernek, Jessie Dulman,Tamio Shiraishi, Michiko Takahashi, and Fritz Welch. Admission $5
Fri & Sat. Mar. 15, 16, 22 & 23 8:00 P.M. Admiss. $6
THE ELEVENTH HOUR
Play by Peter Dizozza Directed by John Seroff.
Tuesday, March 19th, 6-8 P.M.
Nonprofit Incorporation and Tax Exempt Status for Individual Artists and Arts-Related Organizations
April 6 April 28, 2002
Opening reception Saturday, April 6, from 4 to 6PM.
Thierry Alet, Gulsen Calik, Niizeki Hiromi, Yongkyong Kim, Saeri Kiritani, Liz-N-Val, Joe Mensah, Vallessa Monk, Gae Savannah, Ward Shelley and Kaori Ukaji
NEW YORK ROOFTOPS – paintings by Dylan Williams
UNEXPECTED TRANSFORMATIONS – paintings by Paul Kirchner
Performance by TROUT QUARTET: Kasia Clark, Catherine Dorn, Carl Larson and Graham Olson, at 6 PM during the opening reception.
Sun. Apr. 7, 2002 @ 3 P.M.
Maya Alba, Lili Bita, Margarita Eiroa, Poppy, Robert Zaller. Admiss. $4
Sat. Apr. 13, 2002, 8 P.M.
Drama with Kate Lubahn & Baris Ger. Admiss. $10
Sat. Apr. 26, 2002, 8:30 P.M.
An Evening of Music: Steve Nolls Computer Music and A.J. Tissian, Sam Zimmermans Band. Admiss. $6
Sun. Apr. 27 2002, 8:30 P.M.
An Evening of Jazz: The Liza Kirchner Trio, The Toyomi Shoji Quintet, The Michael Arenella & Jordan McLean Group. Admiss. $8
MAY 4 thru 26, 2002 Reception Sat. May
4th, 4-6 P.M.
PRATT INSTITUTE MFA THESIS SHOW
AN ORDINARY LIFE
Installation of handmade dolls – "doing something simple in our daily life" by Maki Yamamoto
animamereyekana – abstract paintings by Brandon Miller
Saturday May 11th, 2002 12-6 P.M.
ARTISTS COMMUNITY RESOURCE DAY
Sponsored by Metro Plus Health Plan
Sunday, May 12th, 3 P.M. Admiss. $5
Readings from John Miltons PARADISE LOST
Terrance Lindall, the "high fashion guru of pop surrealism," recites selections from John Miltons PARADISE LOST and displays his celebrated illustrations for his book PARADISE LOST ILLUSTRATED. In conjunction, on display will be Last will and testament of Dowager Lady Strathmore, mother to her majesty Queen Elizabeth, the "Queen Mother."
Sat. May 25th, 2002, 7:30 P.M. Admiss. $10
4th ANNUAL WILLIAMSBURG/GREENPOINT DANCE FESTIVAL
1st ANNUAL WILLIAMSBURG INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL
organized by Yin Mei
with J. Durning, Pooh Kaye, Yin Mei, Jennifer Munson & others
June 1- 30; Opening reception: June 1, 4-7 P.M.
PEACE & HARMONY curated by Hiroko Takakusaki
Hajime Harada,Guiro Kato, Shigeno Sawada, Miki Shimamura,
Sachiko Sube, Hiroko Takakusaki, Shinichi Toda, Michiko Tsurumaki
also VIDEO INSTALLATION June 8-30 by Haruo Higuma
Perspectives II: An Exhibition of Lesbian and Gay Artists
Featuring participating artists: Mark Carter, Orin Buck, Jonathan Lubin, A. Santiago, Kay Towns, Elizabeth Tranzillo and Richard J. Treitner.
First Floor Small Gallery:
Memories and Dreams –works by Manhattan artist, Miguel Tio.
Fri, Sat & Sun June 14, 15,16 and 21, 22, 23:
Peter Dizozzas hit surrealist musical revival
"Prepare to Meet Your Maker"
"…a mind slide from here to eternity and back again"
Before the play: Sat. & Sun. June 8, 9, 15, 16, & Sun. 23rd from 7 P.M.
VIDEO PERFORMANCEby Haruo Higuma
Adm. Both programs combined $10
Single program $6
July 6th, 7th, 13th & 14th, 2002
GIANT ANNUAL FLEA MARKET & ANTIQUE SALE
at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center