Together with the Marks Center staff, and our aesthetic education partners at The McCallum Theatre, we are developing a program that follows the model we explored in Kalamazoo, catered to the possibilities and considerations of bringing this kind of project to the Palm Springs area. AN OPEN BOOK is an experiment, and with each version concepts are tested, and new ideas are generated. We are still finding out the value and impact of this project, so we’re grateful for another opportunity to watch it in action.
We look forward to sharing the process with you along the way! Many thanks for your interest and support.
Barbara and Sophia
AN OPEN BOOK 2, Work by Barbara Ellmann
Sophia Marisa Lucas, Curator
February 4 – March 11, 2016
Pleased to announce that the exhibition catalog for AN OPEN BOOK, Work by Barbara Ellmann is now in the collections of the Morton R. Godine Library at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the Fleet Library at the Rhode Island School of Design. We’re so grateful that these institutions have added the catalog to their collections, and that it will be a resource for fine art and art education students alike. Check back for updates on additional libraries!
AN OPEN BOOK collaborators Andra Miletta, Barbara Ellmann, and Sophia Marisa Lucas have been selected to present a poster on AN OPEN BOOK as an exhibition model, focusing on the collaboration process and outcomes, as evidenced in Miletta's observational research.
For more information on the conference click here
Barbara is one of four people to be honored as model teaching artists this year, as: Innovators in teaching practice; seasoned guides to teaching artists entering and navigating the field; and/or thought leaders in sustaining dynamic teaching artist practice in the field.
for more information on the Forum on the Teaching Artist click here