News & Events
As part of Joan Mitchell Foundation's ongoing collaboration with Voices of Contemporary Art (VoCA), please join us on Saturday, December 9, when artist Marcos Dimas sits down with fellow artist and VoCA Program Committee member Jonathan Allen to discuss his life, work, and artistic legacy. Read more.
As part of Joan Mitchell Foundation's ongoing collaboration with Voices of Contemporary Art (VoCA), please join us on Thursday, November 9, when contemporary painter Tara Sabharwal sits down with Robin Clark to discuss her life, work, and legacy as an international artist. Read more.
As part of Joan Mitchell Foundation's ongoing collaboration with Voices of Contemporary Art (VoCA), please join us on Thursday, October 12, when abstract painter and Yaqui Indian Mario Martinez will sit down with Steven O'Banion, Director of Conservation at Glenstone, to discuss his life, work, and personal philosophy. Read more.
Join us for our annual call and response panel discussion at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans! Panelists and visitors will share a dialogue on the complexities of changing neighborhoods and community spaces, featuring a collaborative installation by artists Sharita Towne and Shana M. griffin. Read more.
Jaime Davidovich Tape Wall Project, 1970/2015
Installation view Adventures of the Avant Garde at The Bronx Museum, March 2015. Courtesy of the artist and Henrique Faria, New York.
Join us for the last installment of the Fall/Winter VoCA Talks! CALL Artist Jaime Davidovich will sit down with Steven O’Banion, VoCA Program Committee Member and Director of Conservation, Glenstone and discussant Marvin Taylor, Director of Fales Library to discuss his practice and the experience of documenting his life's work. Read more.
Join us for the first Community Coffee of 2016, featuring A Studio In The Woods! Located in a unique wooded setting within the city of New Orleans, A Studio in the Woods has endeavored to create calls for artists that examine environmental challenges through different lenses. Read more.