Homewood Studios Events Archive
April 22, 2008- May 3, 2008
TWO LIVES: Sixth Annual Northside Faculty Art Show
As a way of saying thank you to those special individuals - teachers, administrators, clerks and secretaries, janitors and bus drivers, parent volunteers - who after a full day of interacting with our children in the schools on the Northside also look for a way to practice an art form, Homewood Studios invites them to place their artwork in an unjuried show.
Shows in the past have included drawing and painting, sculpture and ceramics, photography, musical compositions, dolls, textiles and weaving.
This year's participating artist/teachers: Jacqueline Baker - James Borosko - Clare Farrell - Shannon Gabriel - Deborah Hallin - Miguel Hernandez - Felicia Holbrook - Carla Korb - Lorna Haug-Lee - Seexeng Lee - Judy Monson - Marianne Norris - Charles Johnson-Nixon - Peyton - Megan T Pierce - Brian Hartley Sego - Gail Douglass Shiffman - William Capel Slack
Opening Reception - Friday, April 25th from 3:30p to 8p.
Another Northside teacher show is down. The response to this work was quite supportive, and thankful.
From SEEXENG LEE:
"Many may say living with the collision of two cultures is a burden, but I find it a blessing in disguise."
From marianne norris:
What a beautiful display of creativity! I was moved by the work and the stories of two lives. I was also saddened to read "excessed" after some of the artists' names and realize how many talented people our schools have lost.
From Megan T Pierce:
Every day at Juxtaposition I am inspired by the very talented students. This inspiration has moved me forward in gaining confidence in my own art. I am very thankful to the Juxta community!
From Carla A. Korb:
I want to thank Homewood studios for inviting educators to show their work. Many of us are so involved in promoting our students work that we neglect seeking out oppertunities for ourselves to show.