I would like to take a brief moment to thank this month’s sponsors.
These are the organizations and companies that keep Two Coats of Paint publishing, so be
sure to check them out!
- Brooklyn Museum– GO
is a community – curated open studio project. Artists across Brooklyn
will open their studio doors, so that you can decide who will be
featured in a group show at the Brooklyn Museum.
- Parrish Museum – The Parrish Road Show
is an off-site creative summer series that will feature artists’
projects and related programs that will be sited in atypical public
- Art Southampton – The Premiere International Contemporary & Modern Art Fair in the Hamptons, July 26-30
- Saatchi Online – Online gallery that connects artists and art lovers directly
- International Center of Photography
– The ICP-Bard Program in Advanced Photographic Studies offers a
curriculum of professional and studio practice, critical study, and
Resident Artist Projects.
- MassArt – Art
New England Summer Workshops in Bennington, Vermont provide an
opportunity to immerse yourself in your art without the interruptions
and responsibilities of daily life. Workshops start July 15.
- Danube University – Leonardo Scholarship – Danube University offers Leonardo Scholarship for Media Art Histories
- Corey Helford Gallery – Motion: The Art of Movement, a major group exhibition open through June 30
- Lumen Festival – International video art and projection festival in Staten Island
- Storefront Bushwick – Opening reception for Julie Torres, Ghost in the Machine, July 6th
- New York Studio School – Summer Intensives from June 4 – July 20
- Claremont Graduate University MFA – A highly focused graduate-only studio-art program
- Art Systems – Professional art gallery, antiques and collections management software
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Image: Dolphins frolicking on Bushwick rooftops during Bushwick Open Studios. Read about the Two Coats of Paint BOS2012 exhibition, “INQUIRY curated by Austin Thomas,” on the Nectar Ads blog.
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