Residency includes private studio space at the Center for five months in 2020, plus a modest monthly stipend and the opportunity to participate in professional development offerings, communal dinners, and community events. Read more.
"Being supported by the pioneering feminist and artistic legacy of Joan Mitchell has been particularly significant during this time in our nation’s history, when the rights of women, as well as Black people, LGBTQ individuals, and immigrants, are virtually under attack. I believe we are currently living at a crossroads, where the question of 'past and future' is ever so crucial." Read more.
David Zwirner will present "Joan Mitchell: I carry my landscapes around with me," the first exhibition to focus on Mitchell's multipaneled paintings, at the gallery’s 537 West 20th Street location in New York. The exhibition opens May 3 and runs through July 12, 2019. Read more.
"Being a part of the local Joan Mitchell community means being connected with artists who reflect the expanse of New Orleans visual culture... It is uniquely empowering to know there is an arts organization invested in multiple generations of New Orleans artists that is also invested in me." Read more.
There is no one perfect way to create an archive or lay the foundation for future research. These systems are very much informed by the way the artist worked and maintained records over a career. Read more.