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.
The Joan Mitchell Foundation is pleased to announce the 2017 recipients of our annual Painters & Sculptors Grants. This diverse group of 25 artists will each receive an unrestricted grant of $25,000, along with professional development and residency opportunities. 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.
Organized in partnership with the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), supported by the Estate of Jean Paul Riopelle in Montréal and the Joan Mitchell Foundation in New York, Mitchell / Riopelle brings together for the first time nearly 60 works from French, Canadian, and American private and museum collections. The exhibition explores how each of the two artists, who shared their lives for nearly 25 years, in Paris, then in Vétheuil in the Seine valley, developed their own distinctive body of work while sustaining a shared dialogue on abstraction. 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.
We are pleased to announce the third season of our ongoing CALL/VoCATalks, hosted in partnership with Voices in Contemporary Art (VoCA). These events aim to highlight the Joan Mitchell Foundation's innovative Creating a Living Legacy (CALL) Program, while also underscoring the crucial need for dialogue with artists around the production, presentation, and preservation of their work. Read more.
We are pleased to announce that the videos from the second season of CALL/VoCA Talks, hosted in collaboration with VoCA are now available. This second year of collaboration with VoCA included talks with four CALL Artists: Blane De St. Croix, Henrietta Mantooth, Otto Neals, and Emmett Wigglesworth. Read more.
We are pleased to share the publication of the 2015 Emerging Artist Grant Catalog. Featuring the ten artists awarded in 2015, the catalog includes essays by Jessica Lynne and Charlie Tatum. This publication is one of the professional development opportunities offered as a part of the Emerging Artist Grant Pilot Program, in addition to the unrestricted grant of $12,000 per artist. Read more.