sete pecados sociais/seven social sins: collaborative art workshop

I intended to write about this almost a year ago now.  The museum's community art education department also hosted their usual youth art workshops thematically related my Seven Social Sins exhibition at the Angra Museum from February 23-June 9 of 2013. However, life happened, and I was only able to help with a couple of the workshops.... Continue Reading →

press: anything can be art–

In the Hands of Carly Swenson, Anything Can Be Art Published in DI Domingo 03 March 2013 Reporter: Carina Barcelos Photography: António Araújo Four years ago, the North American, Carly Swenson, surrendered to art with her body and soul. Her paintings combine traditional art materials and common imagery in a unique way, providing viewers with an interesting... Continue Reading →

press: agenda museu

My recent Seven Social Sins exhibition (and events relating to it), at the Angra Museum has produced some fun publicity for my work, including the museum's weekly and monthly newsletters. For me, it's exciting (and a little vain?) to have this opportunity to see my work well-publicized.  However, either way--I am nothing but grateful to... Continue Reading →

sete pecados sociais/seven social sins: almoco com carly swenson

I recently took part in the Angra Museum's International Women’s Day Luncheon in conjunction with my Seven Social Sins exhibition currently on display.  I knew March was considered Women’s History month, but I was unaware March 8, was International Women’s Day until I was asked to take part in the museum's event. Since I'm a... Continue Reading →

sete pecados sociais/seven social sins: part I

I was completely delighted (and more than a little surprised) when I was greeted by two women who worked with the Angra Museum expressing their interest in my work—and the possibility of exhibiting my work in their venue.  They had both truly enjoyed my Momentary Visual Autobiography exhibition in Praia last March. I was ecstatic at... Continue Reading →

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