WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28
Join Eduardo Hernández Santos and Red Trillium Press for an:
Open Forum on El muro Exhibition 4-6 PM
Carroll Room, Campus Center, Smith College, Northampton, MA
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1
Join Red Trillium Press for a discussion on Book Arts in Latin America at: THE NY ART BOOK FAIR
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Focus on Latin America: Artists’ Books in Havana, Mexico City, and Caracas
This session addresses the cultural complexity of Latin America through a close look at three active artists’ book communities. Part critical analysis and part urban guide, speakers will share local perspectives on book arts through examples of works and discussion of key collaborations, organizations, and practices. From censored visual communication in Caracas and expanding networks of collaboration in Mexico City to underground dialogues in Havana, this panel will provide insights into emerging trends within these regions.
Participants include: Steven Daiber, Red Trillium Press; Sofía Olascoaga, Curator; and Victor Sira, Photographer/Faculty at the ICP-Bard MFA Program. Moderated by Sara Rubinow, Pratt Institute.
OCTOBER 14 – NOVEMBER 18
Exhibition with the Cuban artist Ibrahim Miranda in Havana at Galleria Serbano
TRANS GENDER ARTIST BOOK WORKSHOPS at Red Trillium Press.
OCTOBER 22 AND OCTOBER 29 for trans women.
DECEMBER 3 AND DECEMBER 10 for trans men.
FRIDAY TO SUNDAY, 4 NOVEMBER-6 NOVEMBER meet Red Trillium Press at: THE 2011 EDITIONS|ARTISTS’ BOOK FAIR|
FREE to the Public: Friday to Sunday, 4 November-6 November 2011.
Hours: 11 AM – 7 PM Friday & Saturday; 11 AM – 4 PM Sunday.
Former Dia/Former X Initiative
548 West 22nd Street, Between 10th & 11th Avenues, NYC.
OPEN STUDIO: NOVEMBER 12
221 Pine St. #332, Florence, MA
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE: Hartford Art School, Hartford, CT
November and December 2011
Rare Beauty: Contemporary Visions in Book Art
January 17- February 19, 2012
Joseloff Gallery, Hartford Art School, Hartford, CT
Steven Daiber, Pati Scobey, and Barbara Tetenbaum, Chen, Katherine Keuhn, and Chip Schilling.
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 9, 2012, 5-7pm
Panel Discussion: Thursday, February 9, 2012, 3:30-5pm, Wilde Auditorium