Jan. 10- Feb. 1; Reception Sat. Jan. 10th 4-6 P.M.
January 18, 8 P.M. $5
Film Night at the WAH
featuring winners of the Surrealist Film Festival, plus more.
February 7 – 29
Reception Sat. Feb. 7th 4-6 P.M.
Winners – 5 Artistic Achievement Award recipients from the juried show “Characterism” April 2003, juried by Charlotta Kotik, Curator and Chair, Department of Contemporary Art at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, with Hitomi Aida, CHAVAL, Kelly Newcomer, Robicco, Maki Yamamoto
Discovering Cultural Diversity Through Art
WORKS FROM “THE MUDPIT“
Pottery & Clayworks from the Studio of
Cindy Gatto & Mark Petrin
Fri. 2/13/04 8 P.M. Adm. $8
Liquid Ensemble, The Diana Wayburn Trio, and duet Sabir Mateen and Masako Yokouchi
March 6 — March 28; Reception Saturday March 6th 4-6 P.M.
2nd Floor Main Gallery:
Jae Hi Ahn, Gretl Bauer, Jappie King Black, Pam Cooper, Elizabeth Duffy, Robyn Love, Carol Westfall, Marcia Widenor
2nd Floor Small Gallery: Sally Shore
VARIATIONS ON A THEME
Creative Adventures in Truth and Beauty — paintings by Sam Jungkurth, sculptures by Linda Smith
BRIDGING ART & ABILITY — ” EXPLORING WELLNESS AND TRANSFORMATION”
6th Annual Exhibition by Artists with Disabilities
Sun. Mar. 28th, 7 P.M. Admission $5
Film Nite at the WAH Center
“ My Brother’s War” by Whitney Hamilton & Patrick Sullivan Japanese Animation by Robico Selections from Cinema VII and others
April 3rd, Saturday @ 8 P.M. and April 4th, Sunday @ 6 P.M. Admission $10
Dance of the Requiem “Jongara” from Japan with street dance performer Gilyak Amagasaki
April 3 – 25; Reception April 3, 4–6 P.M.
Six Expressions – Japanese Aesthetics curated by Shoko Kanai – works incorporating traditional Japanese media – Washi (rice paper), Sumi (ink), Kinpaku (gold leaf), etc., by Hidenori Izumi, Sachiko Kobayashi, Namiyo Kubo, Nana Ono, Teigi Tauchi, Hideo Murakami
The Work of Artists Who Run Galleries in Williamsburg in collaboration with Williamsburg Art Central
April 9th – 8 PM
April 10th – 3 PM and 8 PM
April 11th – 3 PM Post-performance talk
An adaptation of Shakespear’s drama into Japanese traditional “Noh” theater with Dance, Opera, Percussion, and Piano
Project for contemporary Noh-performance
Admission $15. Reservations & information 1-347-489-1841
Tuesday, April 20, 6:30–8:30 p.m.
New York Creates
BAC/Independence Professional Development Seminar Series 2003–2004: Making Art Work. Sponsored by the Independence Community Foundation.
Saturday, April 24, Noon–6 p.m.
FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS!
Williamsburg Arts and Historical Center and MetroPlus Health Plan Sponsor a Free Resource Day for Artists
May 8 – 30; Reception Saturday May 8th, 4–6 P.M.
Pratt Institute MFA Thesis Show organized by Donna Moran, Chair, Fine Arts Dept., MFA and BFA Program at Pratt Institute
Young Graphic Designers Graphic design students from CUNY, curated by Sue Karnet
Williamsburg Auction viewing starts.
This special fund-raising auction will supplement a $100,000 grant provided through the auspices of Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz with the help of City Council Woman Diana Reyna to help restore the exterior of our building, the magnificent KINGS COUNTY SAVINGS BANK BUILDING, which is on the National Register of Historic Places and the seventh building in New York City to be landmarked. PLEASE DONATE ART, ANTIQUES, JEWELRY TO OUR AUCTION — TAX DEDUCTIBLE !
Sunday, May 9th MOTHER’S DAY, 3 P.M. Admission $5
TERRANCE LINDALL RECITES PASSAGES FROM JOHN MILTON’S PARADISE LOST AND DISPLAYS ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS
Terrance Lindall will recite excerpts from his book PARADISE LOST ILLUSTRATED (poetry by John Milton) and also lecture on philosophy of art and aesthetics, as well as related metaphysical & epistemological issues.
Also: “…Milton’s Satan and his impact on countercultural artistic movements from William Blake to the Beat poets—in essence, the artists ‘between’ Milton and Lindall, the radical artistic legacy.” with Professor Karen Karbiene, New York University
Wednesday, May 12th
Benefit Dinner “ Fete des cuisinieres” and special viewing of the Williamsburg Auction, with live chamber music and afterwards, dance and performances in the theater. Cocktails 6:30-7:30, Dinner 7:30- 9:00, Theater 9:00 – 11 P.M. Tickets $100 per person, $160 for couples
Friday & Saturday May 14th and 15th @ 8 P.M. with follow up performances in June (the 11th, 12th, 18th and 19th). Admission $10
The Sea Heiress a new musical play by Peter Dizozza about how the righteous shall control the sea ports of Hamburg and Williamsburg, while the bulk of the population remain landlocked…
Saturday, May 22nd, 7:30 P.M. Admission $10
6th ANNUAL WILLIAMSBURG/GREENPOINT DANCE FESTIVAL Coordinated by Kelly Kocinski, assisted by Rachel Cohen, & Ariane Anthony
June 5 – 27; Reception Sat. June 5th 4–7 P.M.
7th Annual Mermaid Show Celebrating the Coney Island Mermaid Parade. Curated by Carri Skoczek
SINGULAR OBSESSIONS Breakthrough as Process & Art – Creative Projects of Persistent Preoccupation. Curated by James Pinney
October 8th and 9th, 2004 Admission $5
Williamsburg’s Second International Surrealist Film Festival
Directed by Peter Dizozza of Cinema VII
8pm Friday Oct. 8; following Ode On Manhattan Avenue at 9:30 Sat. Oct. 9
October 16th – November 7, 2004
OPENING RECEPTION Saturday – October 16th
4:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M. Music will be provided by Cellist, John Blue
Exploring Concealment & Pretense in the Human Psyche
James Pinney – Curator
DR. ICCHEE AND THE ISLAND: A FAUX EDUCATIONAL INSTALLATION
by Robin Dann
Nov 13 – Nov 28—OPENING ON SAT NOV 13, 4-6PM
December 4, 2004 – January 3, 2005
Exploring the Mystique of the Eternal Feminine
Kim Bach — C Bangs — Anna B. Bogatin — Patricia Cazorla — Robin Gaynes-Bachman — Anki King — Sari Menna — Janet Morgan — Diana Schmertz — Katherine Stecko — Alejandra Villasmil
The 3rd Annual Invitational Exhibition
LOCAL TALENT / SMALL WORKS
33 Artists Pay Homage to Their Personal Muses
Sunday, December 12, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
“Tellings from Her Soul” A Reading of New Poetry & Prose
featuring Robin Dann, Corie Feiner, Clara Sala. Hosted by Maya Mary Hebert
January 8-30—OPENING ON SAT JAN 8, 4-6PM
8th Annual Williamsburg Salon (pt.II)