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Print Up Ladies Islip Art Museum




Print Up Ladies
Curated by Beth Giacummo
April 19 – June 1, 2015
Reception: May 3, 2015

Print Up Ladies featuring Lee Bontecou, Cecily Brown, Amy Cutler, Helen Frankenthaler, Orly Genger, Sheila Goloborotko, Dora Lisa Rosenbaum, Nicole Marandola, Jessica McAvoy, Elizabeth Murray, Eileen Palmer, Lisa Petker-Mintz, Minna Resnick, Swoon, Lisa Yuskavage

Print Up Ladies is a survey of contemporary works created by female artists exploring various printmaking techniques both traditional and non-traditional.

Works explore various themes including gender, the body, identity, politics, fantasy and the environment, often with playfulness and humor. Various printmaking forms are used and include traditional woodcut, screen- printing, and layered mono-prints.

A special selection of works will be on view courtesy of ULEA Universal Limited Artist Editions Studio.

Reception will feature music by Alexa Dexa

This performance is Funded in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.




Curated by Beth Giacummo
April 19 – June 1, 2015
Reception: May 3, 2015

In support of emerging artists, the Islip Art Museum Store Exhibition will feature INKED; portraits, polaroids and a site specific installation in kiln glass by Kathy Seff.

Seff creates linear designs that are dripping with complex printing and multi-firing techniques in glass.





IAM Pocket Sized
June 28 – September 13, 2015
Reception: June 28 from 1-4pm
Curated by Rhonda Cooper

The Islip Art Museum announces its Annual Open Call for artists to contribute work in all media that is miniature in size. How small is miniature, you ask? Works should be small enough to hold in the palm of your hand or smaller! (8"x8" max without frame).

As has been previously done, we are calling upon the global community of artists to submit their work for an exhibition of contemporary miniature works of art.

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