Interdisciplinary

My Self > My Place in Space

The Lower Manhattan Cultural Council funded my program My Self > My Place in Space – summer workshops for teens in multimedia art –  at the Seward Park Library Branch of New York Public Library.  See the video from our culminating event below, and more images of the group at work + view

Women in Architecture talk at Minotti Miami

Was great to participate in a discussion on how architects and artists can work together to  integrate contemporary art into their projects. From L to R: me, Felice Grodin, Thais Fontenelle, Kathryn Mikesell + view

Home/s: exhibition of broadsheets produced by Extra Virgin Press

Collaborative broadsheets printed by Extra Virgin Press in Miami on the topic of home as refuge and reality + view

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Creative Learning Grant Project Planned

My Self > My Place in Space is the name of an education project led by Michelle Weinberg awarded a 2017 Creative Learning Grant by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. Taking place at the Seward Park Branch of the New York Public Library, in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, Weinberg will lead a group of teens [&hellip + view

Home: Function/Dysfunction/Make Believe at Hewitt Gallery, NYC

Curated by Hallie Cohen and Judy Mannarino, this group exhibition is installed in a unique space at Marymount Manhattan College on the Upper East Side. Hand-painted wallpaper and some dazzle-scheme polygon projections are re-configured here to represent an interior with pictures and objects. My favorite dance/theater artist Octavio Campos, featured in Hombre Geometrico, having its [&hellip + view

Recipient of a Wavemaker New Works/Projects Grant 2016

Wavemaker Grants supports my interdisciplinary collaborative project Moving Parts, which will develop and produce an original theater work for a small, portable stage. Moving Parts will assemble 4-5 collaborators from varied disciplines to conceive and produce an original work of theater for a compact, portable stage (approx 4’ x 4’ x 4’). Through a series [&hellip + view

Word + Image Lab (WAIL), Downtown Miami: The Ground Beneath Our Feet

On view through August 16, 2015 “WAIL Lab, 2nd Floor of Miami Dade College Museum at the Freedom Tower, 600 Biscayne Blvd. are pages of art and text from a unique book produced by twelve South Florida writer and artist teams each focused on one of the following sites: the Miami Circle Archaeological Site, Plantation Slave [&hellip + view

Collaboration with poet Denise Duhamel: SWEAT Broadsheet

Nearly fifty Miami artists and writers collaborated on broadsheets. See them all at Miami Dade College Centre Gallery. On view through December 21, + view

Show Room

On view at Art and Culture Center of Hollywood thru May 30. Read comments by Colleen Dougher in City Link’s Fresh Art + view

Free-Arranger opens at MIA Gallery, Miami International Airport

Michelle Weinberg, Pop-up Interior, 2009 On view through January 2010 in American Airlines Terminal E, Free-Arranger is a group exhibition with works by Dimitry Said Chamy, Theresa Hackett, Judith Robertson, Michelle Weinberg and Elizabeth Wild. Grab the brochure here: FreeArrangerExhibit + view

IPO Archive at Freedom Tower

In conjunction with Miami Contemporary Artists: Creating a Scene, the IPO Archive is on view. IPO, the ground-breaking company that’s forging a new economics of art or the 21st Century, has staged some memorable events in Miami, its headquarters. Among them, IPO Launch at Scope Fair 2004, Bored Room at Miami Light Project in 2005, [&hellip + view

Picturopolis

Artists Neil Bender, Elisabeth Condon and Michelle Weinberg focus their polymorphous painting and installation strategies at the crossroads of an individual and collective cityscape. Their private manias—for signage, crooked geometries, interlocking modules, apocalyptic wallpapers, and imaginary terrains – are united by a common obsession with pattern, vivid color, the jetsam and flotsam of commercial and [&hellip + view