Handmade/Homemade in the Anthropocene: 2017 Exhibit

November 27, 2016

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 ninth annual Handmade/Homemade Exhibit:

Amber Atiya
Demian DinéYazhi’
Christine Leclerc
Rasheedah Phillips
a rawlings
Kate Schapira
Jared Stanley
Juniper White/Dwell Press
Deborah Poe, in collaboration with D.D. Baldwin, Renée D’Aoust, Marilyn McCabe, Selah Saterstrom

The ninth-annual exhibit will include work about climate, environment, and ecology, especially with work that engages historically under-represented communities, including communities of color and immigrant, refugee, and indigenous communities. This mini-exhibition includes handmade, homemade and letterpress chapbooks, one-of-a-kind editions, and broadsides.

The Pleasantville exhibit takes place during the month of March in the Mortola Library. The New York City exhibit takes place the month of April in the Birnbaum Library. The exhibits are curated by Deborah Poe. Brendan Plann-Curley assists with the Birnbaum Library exhibit.

The following events accompany this year’s exhibit:

Pace University Bookmaking Workshop/Demonstration
Poet and artist Kate Schapira provides a bookmaking workshop Tuesday, March 2nd 1:50-3:15 in Kessel Conference Room A/B.

Pace University Reading
A reading takes place Tuesday, March 2nd during Pace University’s common hour from 3:25-4:25PM in Miller 10. Readers includeAmber Atiya,Demian DinéYazhi’, and Kate Schapira.

Please visit this page for further information. For additional questions on the events, please email dpoe@pace.edu.


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