My written thesis a window the color of her sunburn is now available to download and read!
I also have an edition of 100 books corresponding to my thesis show and paper available for purchase here!


#vignettesweekender #joanastillwell

#vignettesweekender #joanastillwell

April 28 - 30 I just wrapped up a weekend takeover of @vignettes.us!! You can check out my latest work there before I officially upload it on my website.

April 28 - 30
I just wrapped up a weekend takeover of @vignettes.us!! You can check out my latest work there before I officially upload it on my website.


Spring 2017 MFA Thesis Exhibition (Round Two) April 28 @ 12:00 pm - May 7 @ 5:00 pm The Anderson, 907 1/2 Franklin Street Richmond, VA 23284 The exhibition is on display April 28-May 7 at The Anderson. Visit The Anderson Monday - Friday 10am-5pm and weekends 12-5pm.

Spring 2017 MFA Thesis Exhibition (Round Two)

April 28 @ 12:00 pm - May 7 @ 5:00 pm
The Anderson, 907 1/2 Franklin Street
Richmond, VA 23284

The exhibition is on display April 28-May 7 at The Anderson. Visit The Anderson Monday - Friday 10am-5pm and weekends 12-5pm.


April 7, 2017 // Virtual Landscapes: aTravel Through // 7:00 PM // Woodland Pattern Book Center // 720 E Locust St Milwaukee, WI 53212

April 7, 2017 // Virtual Landscapes: aTravel Through // 7:00 PM // Woodland Pattern Book Center // 720 E Locust St Milwaukee, WI 53212



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James Cabell Library Big Screen / Photo by Julia Rendleman February 6th - February 27th, 2017 An iteration of my recent piece, We are slowly approaching a solstice everyday will be shown at VCU's James Cabell Library Big Screen. A sequence of sunrises will play from dusk to dawn. The new 400 square foot outdoor screen is a venue to display art, animation, video, and scholarly work. (I was also interviewed here about it)

James Cabell Library Big Screen / Photo by Julia Rendleman

February 6th - February 27th, 2017
An iteration of my recent piece, We are slowly approaching a solstice everyday will be shown at VCU's James Cabell Library Big Screen. A sequence of sunrises will play from dusk to dawn. The new 400 square foot outdoor screen is a venue to display art, animation, video, and scholarly work.

(I was also interviewed here about it)


I am so happy to report that I am one of twelve recipients of the VCUarts Graduate Research Grant Awards! (More details linked in the image above)

I am so happy to report that I am one of twelve recipients of the VCUarts Graduate Research Grant Awards!
(More details linked in the image above)


We are slowly approaching a solstice everyday InLight Richmond: November 11, 2016 1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA 7p-Midnight in Scott's Addition Juried by Ellina Kevorkian, Artistic Director at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts   InLight 2016 is 1708 Gallery's 9th annual exhibition of light-based art and performances and will feature curated and juried light-based artworks and performances. 

We are slowly approaching a solstice everyday

InLight Richmond: November 11, 2016
1708 Gallery, Richmond, VA
7p-Midnight in Scott's Addition
Juried by Ellina Kevorkian, Artistic Director at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts  

InLight 2016 is 1708 Gallery's 9th annual exhibition of light-based art and performances and will feature curated and juried light-based artworks and performances. 


Opening reception on Friday, September 2nd from 6-9pm Closing event on Friday, October 7th from 6-9pm “A lot of what we call interpretation is really just paying close attention”  -David Salle Paying Attention is an exhibition presenting the various research strategies and preliminary processes artists utilize in order to give form to their experiences, interests, and current events. Invited artists were asked to share some aspect of their ideations that are integral to how they foster introspection and divergent thinking in their art making. Works presented in the exhibition include the traditional sketchbook, digital archives, material experiments, and writing exercises.  Paying Attention offers a glimpse into how artists understand their work as a conversation within art and social history.  Featuring process works by: Jon Duff, Bryan Lewis Saunders, Joana Stillwell, Joe Yorty, Christopher Mahonski, Catherine Fairbanks, Brianna Rigg, Josh Thorud, Nicolas O’Brien, Sara Clarken, Carl Marin, Suzuki Elico, Yasuto Yura, Jon-Phillip Sheridan, Courtney McClellan, Alexandra de Leon Paying Attention runs through October 9th.   

Opening reception on Friday, September 2nd from 6-9pm
Closing event on Friday, October 7th from 6-9pm

“A lot of what we call interpretation is really just paying close attention” 

-David Salle

Paying Attention is an exhibition presenting the various research strategies and preliminary processes artists utilize in order to give form to their experiences, interests, and current events. Invited artists were asked to share some aspect of their ideations that are integral to how they foster introspection and divergent thinking in their art making. Works presented in the exhibition include the traditional sketchbook, digital archives, material experiments, and writing exercises.  Paying Attention offers a glimpse into how artists understand their work as a conversation within art and social history. 

Featuring process works by: Jon Duff, Bryan Lewis Saunders, Joana Stillwell, Joe Yorty, Christopher Mahonski, Catherine Fairbanks, Brianna Rigg, Josh Thorud, Nicolas O’Brien, Sara Clarken, Carl Marin, Suzuki Elico, Yasuto Yura, Jon-Phillip Sheridan, Courtney McClellan, Alexandra de Leon

Paying Attention runs through October 9th. 

 


This is Everything That One Needs: July 30, 2016 Group show curated by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at MIGHTY TIETON Tieton, Washington

This is Everything That One Needs: July 30, 2016
Group show curated by the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at MIGHTY TIETON Tieton, Washington



Mildred's Lane: July 18-24, 2016
Attention Lab Session

MILDRED’S LANE is a rustic, 96-acre site deep in the woods of rural northeastern Pennsylvania, in the upper Delaware River Valley, which borders New York state. It is an ongoing collaboration between J. Morgan Puett, Mark Dion, their son Grey Rabbit Puett, and their friends and colleagues. It is a home and an experiment in living. Mildred’s Lane attempts to coevolve a rigorous pedagogical strategy, where a working-living-researching environment has been developed to foster engagement with every aspect of life.

Read more about my time here here


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