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Image from the STEAM exhibition at ArtsWestchester, curated by Patricia Miranda

The NY Times reviews STEAM! STEAM Art, Science and Technology, curated by Patricia Miranda. Read the article here.

We are excited to award our 2014 fall residency to Bahar Behbahani, Negar Behbahani, Maciek Schejbal for their project A Tide of a Memory, a participatory video installation. Check out the residency page for info. Thanks to all who submitted for the MAPSPace residency.

Patricia received a 2014 Individual Artist Grant, sponsored by NYSCA and ArtsWestchester. The grant will fund a collaborative project with a group of artists. We will create ink from found oak galls and collaborate on a group drawing project-to culminate in a December exhibition at MAPSpace.

Patricia will be a Visiting Artist at the Vermont Studio Center this November.

Patricia curated an exhibition called STEAM! Art, Science and Technology
On View through August 16, 2014. See the work of these wonderful artists.
at ArtsWestchester
Exploring the intersections of science, technology, engineering, math and creativity. STEAM! brings a reflective and often transformational perspective to our complex world through the open-ended, questioning language of art.
Artists: Kristin Anderson, Lisa Crafts, Scott Fitzgerald, Matt Frieburghaus, Kathy High, Carter Hodgkin, Katherine Jackson, Claudia Jacques, Chris Jordan, Chris Kaczmarek, Rebecca Kamen, Adrienne Klein, Deborah Krikun, Martin Kruck, Joyce Yu-Jean Lee, Nora Ligorano + Marshal Reese, Chris Manzione, Sherry Mayo, William Meyer, Maria Michails, Rebecca Mushtare, Patricia Olynyk, Debra Pearlman, Curt Belshe + Lise Prown, Evan Read, Philippe Safire, Jeff Taylor, Carl Van Brunt, April Vollmer

Visit space for more info about Patricia's work.

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