Regular Posts Tagged ‘artists’
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Special Event: Making Their Mark Stories about the People, Places & Things that Shape Us. In honor of the Baltimore Museum of Art’s Matisse/Diebenkorn exhibit, The Stoop is presenting two shows at the BMA’s popular “Art After Hours” event featuring storytellers telling true, personal tales about the most enduring influence on their art, career, and life. […]

7th Nov 2016Posted in: Blog 0

“Puppet Slamwich” returns to Black Cherry for a whole new season of puppetry and performance short pieces for Grown-ups! Saturday November 12th with TWO shows at 6:30pm & 9:30pm (doors open 1/2 hour before each show!) at Black Cherry Puppet Theater 1115 Hollins Street Baltimore, MD 21223 Tickets are now available online $10 General […]

29th Sep 2016Posted in: Blog 0

Ashley Minner, Edgar Reyes, Parag Khandhar.   Moderated by Juan Ortiz, who organized the current show in the main gallery of Creative Alliance, Race Recounted (see the Baltimore Sun review here). Sunday, 10/2 2-4 pm Creative Alliance 3134 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, Maryland 21224 FREE

28th Jul 2016Posted in: Blog 0

  “Go forth and kick ass!”[i] was the directive given to me by Dr. Lowery Stokes Sims, recently retired Curator Emerita of the Museum of Arts and Design, former executive director of the Studio Museum in Harlem, and former curator for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. How did I end up in conversation with such […]

28th Jul 2016Posted in: Blog 0

Artists Jessica Clark, Ashley Minner, Isaac Dial, and Dayona Johnson teamed up to produce the first ever art exhibition at the UNCP Entrepreneurship Incubator in downtown Pembroke, North Carolina during Lumbee Homecoming 2016. Works by all four artists, as well as Panamanian artists Gustavo Esquina de la Espada and Manuel Golden, were installed. The opening reception on July 1, […]

26th Sep 2015Posted in: Blog 0

Ashley Minner is pleased to have been invited- along with America Meredith (Cherokee Nation), a painter, printmaker, educator, and editor of First American Art Magazine, Jessica Clark (Lumbee), a Robeson County painter and educator, and Terry White, a Lumbee artist from Robeson County- to participate on a panel on Contemporary Southeastern Native Art as part of the University of […]

6th May 2015Posted in: Blog 1

I am pleased and honored to have won the Sentinel Prize at this year’s Art to End Hurt “Heal Our Land” benefit for the Southeastern Family Violence Center in Lumberton, North Carolina.

14th Nov 2014Posted in: Blog 0

      On Tuesday, November 4th, the American Indian Student Union of University of Maryland College Park sponsored a Frank Waln concert in celebration of National American Indian Heritage Month. I asked if it would be possible for us to bring some of our Baltimore City Title VII Indian Education students (all members of […]

17th Jul 2014Posted in: Blog 0

I was granted Project Development funding by Alternate ROOTS to continue a collaboration between myself and another visual artist in Portobelo, Panama, Gustavo Esquina de la Espada. I traveled to Panama for the first time in June 2012, through a ROOTS Artistic Assistance Professional Development grant. I chose to go to Portobelo to continue my […]