LumenARRT! is a project of the Artists Rapid Response Team (ARRT!). We work through the Union of Maine Visual Artists (UMVA) to advocate for artists and further the work of progressive non-profits in the state of Maine. Our video projections create a visual voice for these organizations and like electronic graffiti, bring awareness to issues of social, political and environmental justice.
UMVA Quarterly Journal
Along with Natasha Mayers, Nora Tryon and Daniel Kany, I edit this arts and issues magazine from the Union of Maine Visual Artists.
Usually over 80 pages, the Journal is published online for free on a quarterly basis. The Journal provides subscribers a high-quality venue for seeing work by Maine artists.
Artists Rapid Response Team creates positive social change in Maine through the arts. Issue-oriented banners are our speciality!
-- a project of the Union of Maine Visual Artists (UMVA)
UNION OF MAINE VISUAL ARTISTS
The Union of Maine Visual Artists (UMVA) represents visual artists statewide in all fields of endeavor and welcomes those who support contemporary artists in Maine. The UMVA is dedicated to upholding the dignity of artists, while creating positive social change through the arts. By collaborating with other cultural and political organizations, we raise awareness for significant issues while promoting an inclusive arts community in Maine. We are grassroots and we are active. We fear no art.
COLUMBUS MUSEUM OF ART
Columbus Museum of Art
playing in the elevator from 9/30 - 12/31/12
Video by Anita Clearfield & Geoffrey Leighton
URI-EICHEN Gallery is an independent space for art and community building in the Pilsen area of Chicago. They will be featuring several pieces I helped design and paint from ARRT! (Artists Rapid Response Team) from June 13 - July 5, 2014.
THE Video Production Company
Memento Mori -- Remember Your Mortality
Memento mori, Latin for “Remember your Mortality” has provided inspiration for artists for centuries. Even in the twenty-first century, ways of coping with the shadow of death continues to haunt aesthetic imaginations. The works in this exhibit explore the theme of mortality, mourning, remembrance, and memory.
Wed. Oct. 19 - Sun, Oct. 23, 2011
Gallery Hours: 2 to 6 PM Wednesday - Sunday
Performance Events: 7 to 11 pm Friday and Saturday, Sunday 4 to 7 pm
Suggested donation: $10
55 Norfolk St