Super excited for Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra to travel to the Bay Area for exhibition at Diablo Valley College in February. SF Friends, save the date for closing reception Feb 28, hope to see you there.
Honored to be included in this exhibition at the Spartanburg Art Museum, with three paintings and video from Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra. On view through Feb 10. If you find yourself in South Carolina, please check it out.
Looking forward to presenting The Art of Science: Catalina-Rincon Panorama at the University of Arizona Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. Wednesday, Nov 7, 11:45 am - 1 pm. Tucson Friends, hope to see you there!
Great to be back at it with a new project at University of Arizona's Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research. LTRR's Pamela Pelletier and I spent this week conducting fieldwork in Tucson's Catalina and Rincon mountains collecting wildfire charcoal samples, photographs and GPS coordinates [...]
Bringing in the new year with Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra at Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, Jan 9-Feb 10, 2018. Opening reception next Saturday, Jan 13, 6-8, artist talk at 5, violin performance at 7. Members preview [...]
Today marks my first day of unemployment from the small, mission-driven liberal arts college to which I devoted the first twelve years of my career as an artist/educator. My trajectory as an artist began some years prior, joining forces with [...]
Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra Exhibition by Julie Comnick The Arts in the Technological Revolution: What’s at Stake? Panel Discussion Moderated by Julie Comnick Thursday, May 5, 2016 at the Hardesty Arts Center Panelists: [...]
Over the years, I’ve had the honor of exhibiting at a variety of progressive, non-profit galleries and arts centers nationwide, yet my experience at Hardesty Arts Center in Tulsa, OK was truly exceptional. The Hardesty, which houses the Arts & [...]
It's been great to spend a week in Tulsa, OK, observing the city's active revitalization of the arts and participating in an exceptional model of interdisciplinary arts engagement at Hardesty Arts Center, while installing Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra.
You know you've picked the right violin teacher when the week of the performance your only assignment is to play the piece in as many awkward venues as possible, to overcome your performance anxiety. It's probably the first time these four places have [...]