UNABASHEDLY celebrates artistic spontaneity
White Plains, N.Y. - ArtsWestchester and The Katonah Museum Artists' Association (KMAA) is pleased to announce an exhibition titled UNABASHEDLY, juried by Bartholomew Bland, Director of Curatorial Affairs, Hudson River Museum. The exhibition celebrates the spontaneity so central to an artist's vision and depicts a diverse interpretation of freewheeling creativity. It is an exhibit to excite viewers and lighten hearts. Opening along with the annual Arts Westchester ArtsBash on Friday, May 16, the KMAA exhibit takes place on the 9th floor of the organization's Arts Exchange building , 31 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains. The KMAA is hosting a special Exhibition Reception on Saturday, May 31 from 3-5pm. The event is open to the public. The exhibit closes Friday, May 27 at 5pm.
Curated by: Bartholomew Bland, Director of Curatorial Affairs, Hudson River Museum
On view: May 16- May 27, 2014
Gallery Hours: 12-5pm, Tuesdays through Saturdays.
Special Exhibition Reception: Saturday, May 31, 3-5pm
Denise P. Caplan
Sharon B. Cavagnolo
Ms. Corinne Lapin-Cohen
Lewis N. Cohen
Ms. Jacqueline Lorieo
Ms. Tracy Burtz Bernard Mindich
Charles Cutietta Olson
Sally Pitt Perlman
Kathleen Yacoe Skura
Eleanor V. Souls
For more information, please contact:
LisaMarie DeSanto / Media Relations Manager
LDeSanto@artswestchester.org / (914) 428-4220 x321
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ArtsWestchester is your connection to the arts. Founded in 1965, it is the largest, private, not-for-profit arts council in New York State; its mission is to provide leadership, vision, and support, to ensure the availability, accessibility, and diversity of the arts. ArtsWestchester provides programs and services that enrich the lives of everyone in Westchester. Our grants help fund concerts, exhibitions and plays; we bring artists into schools and community centers; we advocate for the arts and build audiences through our marketing initiatives. In 1998, ArtsWestchester purchased the nine-story neo-classical bank building at 31 Mamaroneck Avenue which has since been transformed into the Arts Exchange, a multi-use resource for artists, cultural organizations, and the community.
(914) 428-4220 x321