Month: April 2014

The Farm Project

See Post for Farm Project 2014–map and images

Collaborative Concepts is a not-for-profit arts organization based on the idea that professional artists working together can achieve artful accomplishments and provide the community with exceptional cultural experiences.

Below are Brody’s pieces for all the years of Collaborative Project’s Farm Projects. 2006-2013.

2014 Farm Project dates are August to October. A piece is planned but not yet executed or installed.

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Peekskill Open Studios June 7 & 8, 2014

This year Jo-Ann Brody will not open her studio but instead show selected work at the

Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art
1701 Main Street
Peekskill NY 10566
914-788-0100 http://www.hvcca.org
noon – 6pm

HVCCA will be free and open to the public during Open Studios. The current exhibition is “Art at the Core: The intersection of Visual Art, Performance and Technology.” hvcca web site

HVCCA’s 2013-2014 exhibition features works that lend themselves to narrative interpretations. The selected artists employ traditional art materials as well as new technology, video and performance to look to art as addressing the very core of our everyday lives, our ‘weltanschauung’. – See more at: http://www.hvcca.org/current-exhibitions/#sthash.H2xOLxLs.dpuf
HVCCA’s 2013-2014 exhibition features works that lend themselves to narrative interpretations. The selected artists employ traditional art materials as well as new technology, video and performance to look to art as addressing the very core of our everyday lives, our ‘weltanschauung’. – See more at: http://www.hvcca.org/current-exhibitions/#sthash.H2xOLxLs.dpuf
The Intersection of Visual Art, Performance & Technology – See more at: http://www.hvcca.org/current-exhibitions/#sthash.H2xOLxLs.dpuf

Parking is free throughout Peekskill

 

Off The Beaten Track
Westchester Community College
27 N. Division St.
sunywcc.edu

Peekskill Clay Studios
The Hat Factory1000 N. Division Street

 

HVCCA’s 2013-2014 exhibition features works that lend themselves to narrative interpretations. The selected artists employ traditional art materials as well as new technology, video and performance to look to art as addressing the very core of our everyday lives, our ‘weltanschauung’. – See more at: http://www.hvcca.org/current-exhibitions/#sthash.H2xOLxLs.dpuf