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Laura Foster Nicholson Weaving Water March 28-May8 New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art

Laura Foster Nicholson
Weaving Water
March 28 – May 8, 2021

Residence V

February 6 – March 20, 2021
“RESIDENCE V” is the annual exhibition that showcases the resident artists from the New Harmony Clay Project (NHCP) located at the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Ceramic Studio, in the lawn adjacent to Philip Johnson's Roofless Church. This exhibition featured Cori Crumrine, Maxwell Mustardo, Alisha Porter, and Amanda Straeffer.

2020

Filled Up: a ceramic cup show

Filled Up: a ceramic cup show - December 5, 2020 - January 29, 2021

First annual cup show in partnership with New Harmony Clay Project

Featured Artists: Sarah Anderson, Joanna  Angell, Barry Barnes, Chandra Beadleston, Jill Bell, William Bowen, Jessica Broad, Sally Brogden, Blayze Buseth, Greg Byard, Anna Calluori Holcombe, Donna Causland, Pattie Chalmers, Katie Chandler, Cole Collier, Liz Colyar, Mitzi Davis, Harris Deller, Lenny Dowhie, Allee Etheridge, Sydney Ewerth, Brock Flamion, Lisa Flamion, David Furman, David Gamble, Nancy Givon, Whitney Goller, Seth Green, Gary Greenberg, Alisa (Al) Holen, Jeremiah Ibarra, Kevin Kao, Ara Koh, Marina Kuchinski, Rebecca Layson, Linda Lighton, Faith Long, Rebecca Lowery, Scott Lykens, Jessica Marcus, Alma Martinez Torres, Todd Matteson, Nancy Mccroskey, Marret Metzger, Matt Mitros, Maxwell Mustardo, Linda Negro, Alicia Porter, Lisa Rogers, Mat Rude, Dee Schaad, Angela Schweickart, Yoko Sekino-Bove, Adam Shiverdecker, Ally Thomas, Taylor Whyte, Kari Woolsey and Sarah Zimmerman

Mythologies of Memory Jennifer Ollikainen, Neil Cain and Kipp Normand

Mythologies of Memory - October 10 - November 20, 2020

Jennifer Ollikainen, Neil Cain and Kipp Normand

Curated by Shauta Marsh in Partnership with Big Car Collaborative; part of the Social Alchemy Series.

New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art Collective Cure

Collective Cure - August 22 – October 2, 2020

Collective Cure was a collection of works responding to the global pandemic, COVID-19. This exhibition focused on how we as a collective whole can adapt to the world post quarantine, with an emphasis on coping with this crisis and moving forward. This exhibition was juried by a panel of artists from the staff of
Historic New Harmony: Tabatha Chinn, Tonya Lance, and Daniel Mason.

Featured Artists: Brett Anderson, Nisrin Aziz, Jason Balducci, Beata Marcazk, Marie Pervenche Ruiz, Nick Metz, Jill Miller, Brenda Munguia, Laura Foster Nicholson, Megan Rademacher, Carolyn Roth, Megan Thorne, Lot Winther, and Igor Zusev.

Minerva: Harmony to Hollywood July 4, 2020 - August 15, 2020

Minerva: Harmony to Hollywood - July 4 - August 15

Juried by Jenn Horn

In partnership with Indiana State Museum & Historic Sites, inspired by New Harmony’s own Minerva Society, this exhibition focused on strong female influences spanning
from local New Harmony to the limelight of Hollywood. The works selected by our juror portray the embodiment of the goddess Minerva through the modern lens.

Featured Artists: Jason Balducci, Kateryna Bortsova, Jeanne Ciravolo, Mairead Dambruch, Christopher Dance, Virginia Derryberry, Moises Hergueta, Cedric Hustace, Iris M. Kirkwood, Evan Kisner, George Manos, Beata Marczak, Rob Millard-Mendez, Jill Miller, Nancy Raen-Mendez, Carolyn Roth, Tory Schendel-Cox, Ed Smith, Carve Stone, Rhonda Urdang and Michelle Vezina-Peterlin.

Residence IV - February 8 - March 20

Tristyn Bustamante, Lene Graversgaard, Krestine Harboe, Morgana King, Yoko Sekino-Bove, Kritika Soni, and Kari Woolsey

A Showcase of artists from the New Harmony Clay Project located at the Sarah Campbell Blaffer Ceramic Studio.

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