“Agora 1,” 2017, mixed media collage on canvas, © Cullen Washington, Jr. Photo by Andrea Feldman THE PUBLIC SQUARE, Cullen Washington Jr’s solo show at UMMA, features his most recent series, Agoras, which explores the ancient Greek public space as active site of assembly and exchange. During his residency as ARCAthens Visual Art Fellow in Spring […]
During her presentation at our closing event last Fall, Curatorial Fellow Miranda Lash talked about the role of institutions in cultivating the voices of artists and communities alike. In December, Miranda presented a free public program at The Lab in San Francisco in which she discussed the crucial role of artists and artist-run spaces. The […]
Curatorial Fellow Miranda Lash (left) and Visual Art Fellow Tomashi Jackson (right) visit the College Year in Athens (CYA) headquarters. In the Fall of 2019, ARCAthens’ second residency took place—hosting ARCAthens Visual Art Fellow Tomashi Jackson and ARCAthens Curatorial Fellow Miranda Lash. This six-week program was our first collaboration with ATOPOS cvc—a non-profit arts organization located […]
On October 29th, ARCAthens held an event at the Basil & Elise Goulandris Foundation as part of our Fall 2019 Residency Program—creating an opportunity for ARCAthens Fellows Tomashi Jackson and Miranda Lash to share and engage with the Athenian community through presentations and a conversation based on questions fielded from the audience. Above is a full-length […]
Upon the culmination of our Spring 2019 Inaugural Residency Program, ARCAthens is dedicating an evening to facilitate the meaningful exchange for which our program is designed. Taking place at the Acropolis Museum on March 28th, our first public event in Athens will consist of audio-visual presentations by Curatorial Fellow Larry Ossei-Mensah and Visual Art Fellow Cullen Washington Jr, followed by […]
On the evening of January 22nd, ARCAthens celebrated its official launch with its first public event in New York—held in the acclaimed new gallery of R & Company in TriBeCa.
We are pleased to announce that the Introductory Welcome Event for our Inaugural Pilot Program will be held in Athens at ATOPOS cvc, a non-profit, cultural organization interested in the expression and adornment of the human body.
ARCAthens and its mission was formally presented this week at a private event conducted under the auspices of the Consulate General of Greece in New York. Held in Manhattan at the residence of the Consul General Dr. Konstantinos Koutras, the event was dedicated to introducing ARCAthens to a select gathering that included representatives of major […]