Handmade/Homemade Exhibit 2015: Northeast by Northwest

November 18, 2014

Grateful acknowledgement is made to Jill Magi for the use of her art for the Handmade/Homemade site (above)—“Tongues”, 2007.

Pace University, Pleasantville—with a satellite exhibit at Pace University, New York City—welcomes the following artists and writers for the seventh annual Handmade/Homemade Exhibit, Northeast by Northwest:

Sharon Alexander
Maureen Cummins
Jody Gladding
Deborah Poe (with Lee Gough, Claire Hero, Brenda Iijima, Julie Joosten, Layli LongSoldier, Melanie Noel, Hassen Saker, Kate Schapira, Meredith Stricker)
Aseel Sawalha
Marthe Reed & Michael Kalish
Bertha Rogers
Kaia Sand
Bonnie Thompson Norman
Elsi Vassdal Ellis
Danielle Vogel

This mini-exhibition includes handmade, homemade and letterpress chapbooks, one-of-a-kind editions, and broadsides by artists from the northeast and northwest regions of the United States. The Pleasantville exhibit takes place February 27-March 26 in the Mortola Library. The New York City exhibit takes place April 1-May 5 in Birnbaum Library. The Birnbaum library hours can be found here: http://www.pace.edu/library/. The exhibits are curated by Deborah Poe.

The following events accompany the seventh annual Handmade/Homemade Exhibit and Satellite Exhibit:

Pace University Bookmaking Workshop/Demonstration
Poet and artist Jody Gladding provides a bookmaking workshop Monday, May 4th. The bookmaking workshop will take place from 6-7:30PM. The workshop takes place in the Birnbaum Library “Fishbowl” on Pace University’s New York City campus.

Pace University Reading
A reading takes place Monday, May 4th, 8-9PM. Readers include Jody Gladding, Marthe Reed, and Bertha Rogers. The event takes place in the Bianca Room on Pace University’s New York City campus.

Please visit this page for further information. Visit the Pace University Web site for directions to the New York City campus. For additional questions on the events, please email dpoe@pace.edu.

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