A workshop for parents &/or children (8 – 16 years old)
Instructor: Lado Pochkhua
Saturdays 10 am – 12 pm
(Participants can attend one or more workshops)
An introduction to drawing techniques, including charcoal, graphite, pen and ink and collage. Participants explore the post-industrial landscape and artifacts of the Gowanus Canal. The workshops include a stroll along the Gowanus and a tour of the Hall of the Gowanus, a mini-museum of the canal at Proteus Gowanus.
Price per workshop: Parent and child: $75, Individual (child or adult) $40
Price for four sessions: Parent and child: $250, Individual child or adult: $160
Series begin March 1 and March 2 respectively, 10am
Proteus Gowanus is hosting two new Zone A Workshop series taught by two experienced artists and teachers. In honor of our yearlong theme, both workshops focus on painting and drawing WATER. Read on for more information… [continue reading…]
Friday, July 6, 7pm
Free Wine and Conversation
Starting this past fall with the opening of our Migration year, Proteus Gowanus launched an onsite Artist-In-Residence program. We invited three individuals (two artists, one anthropologist) to produce work corresponding to our three Migration exhibitions. As the summary event of our yearlong Migration exploration, we invite you to join us for the opening reception of the Migration Residents Exhibition.
Lado Pochkhua opened the Migration year with a project using documentary photographs he took with an old camera and expired film he bought for pennies in a [continue reading…]
Proteus Gowanus is pleased to announce the yearlong theme for 2011/12. For the next nine months, we will examine the many aspects of the word, MIGRATION, employing art, artifacts, books and events as the tools of our investigation. The first exhibition of the year opens with a reception on September 17 and will include the following contributors:
Aileen Bassis, Meredith Bergmann, The Brooklyn Museum Libraries and Archives, Lola Bunting, Marie Cieri, Viv Corringham, Dillon de Give, Sarah Lederman, Portia Munson, Lance Rutledge, Randall Stoltzfus, Lorena Turner, and, in partnership with Reanimation Library, Ami Yamasaki.
Posted in News on August 25, 2011 • Tagged aileen bassis, ami yamasaki, dillon de give, lado pochkhua, lola bunting, lorena turner, marie cieri, meredith bergmann, migration, portia munson, randall stoltzfus, sarah lederman, the brooklyn museum libraries and archive, viv corringham