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Kali Madonna I
mixed media sculpture by
Lynne Mayocole




June 3, 2005

The Design of Dissent
SVA Panel


Got Oil? Poster, 2004
Art Director/Designers: Nenad Cizl and Toni Tomasek, for Magdalena Young Creatives Festival, Slovenia
A panel in conjunction with SVA's exhibition "The Design of Dissent," which consists of over 100 political posters from around the world, curated by SVA Faculty, Board member and legendary designer Milton Glaser, and Mirko Ilic, SVA faculty and graphic designer. The exhibition celebrates the launch of the book "The Design of Dissent" with an essay by playwright Tony Kushner, published by Rockport Press. Milton Glaser, Mirko Ilic, and Tony Kushner will be speaking. The lecture will be 6 - 7pm.
Image reproduced from the book "The Design of Dissent: Socially and Politically Driven Graphics" copyright Rockport Publisher. Inc. 2005.



Curator's Choice 2005

Contest Winners
Exhibition

Huang Yi Min
Huang Yi Min
"Date at Dusk"
acrylic on paper

Curator's Choice contest winner's work will be shown in a group exhibition at Nix Gallery. This exhibition has been postponed until next season because Michael Walls can't attend due to a serious medical condition. ATOA is grateful Mr. Walls was heroically willing to complete judging the contest despite his serious problems. See our prospectus for contest details.



Winners:
Nina Maric
, artist
Tahara, artist
Huang Yi Min, artist
Laura B. King, artist
Linda Tharp, artist
Tahara
Tahara
"serenity" (detail)
mixed media
Linda Tharp
Linda Tharp
"untitled"
oil on linen
Laura B. King
Laura B. King
"Lives"
pencil on paper
Nina Maric
Nina Maric
"England"
mixed media on canvas

Honorable mentions: Tom Bogaert, Laura Breitman, Helen Brough, Wonzung Choi, Mark Khaisman, Elizabeth Riley, Amherst Ritz, Sam Shaffer, Andrey Tsers, and Van Etten.




Regular ATOA panels will resume in the Fall at SVA.

Check our website in October for further information about our Fall calendar of panel discussions. Meanwhile visit our Archives to view transcripts and media clips of past panels, or browse our Video Catalog to order tapes of past panels, visit our online Store to buy books by authors who have spoken at ATOA, or participate in our Online Forums.

The ATOA Program Committee will continue to meet and work on the Fall Program. Check this page for the dates of Summer Programming Meetings.





Lynne S. Mayocole


Kali Madonna II
8" x 10" mixed media sculpture
© 2005

Kali Madonna III
8" x 10" mixed media sculpture
© 2005


"I look for the edge, using figurative sculpture to find it, and being there walk on it through imagery from the slightly twisted side of humanity," thus Lynne Mayocole describes her multi-media sculpture.

She currently has work in the Art from Detritus show which will be on view through May 22nd, 2005 at The Synagogue for the Arts, 49 White Street, NYC. She is represented by Front Street Gallery in Wilmington, NC and Deborah Davis Gallery in Hudson, NY. Her work can also be seen at www.nyartistscircle.org.

Mayocole first exhibited Kali Madonna I in the "Babes" show at the Holland Tunnel Gallery, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. She has also exhibited at Rotunda Gallery, Gallery 128, and Viridian Artists Gallery among other venues.

Mayocole is a professor at Westchester College, a member of the OIA Board of Directors, the ATOA Board of Directors, and is the current ATOA President. She has organized, led, and/or participated in several ATOA panels which you can find by entering Lynne Mayocole in our search engine.


Kali Madonna I
8" x 10" mixed media sculpture by
Lynne Mayocole
© 2005




End of our
Summer 2005 Season



ATOA wishes to thank the School of Visual Arts
The Lily Auchincloss Foundation,
The Lower Manhattan Community Council,
The Bachman Foundation,
The School of Visual Arts (SVA),
and Weinick, Sanders and Leventhal, CPAs, for their generous support.




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