Deeper Than Indigo, Southeast Textile Symposium - Flagler College, February 21-23, 2019

“By Hand: Contemporary Practices in Fiber Arts”

Panel Discussion
Saturday, February 23rd, 11:15 – 12:15pm

Ann Chuchuvara, Textile Designer, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Laura Mongiovi, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Design, Flagler College, St. Augustine, Florida
Bethany Taylor, Associate Professor, School of Art and Art History, University of Florida, Gainesville

2018 Florida Biennial - Art and Culture Center, Hollywood FL, September 14 - October 21, 2018

Opening Reception - Friday, September 14, 2018, 6 - 9 pm

The 2018 Florida Biennial features 66 works by 31 artists who were selected by juror Sarah Fritchey from entries submitted to the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood. The exhibition opens with a reception from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14 with the announcement of awards for the Juror’s Pick and Honorable Mention. This ninth edition of the Center’s Juried Biennial received applications from 291 artists living in 85 cities throughout Florida. In all, juror Sarah Fritchey reviewed 2,050 works from artists working in any media. The 2018 Florida Biennial focuses on exploring multicultural identities, discussing ecological issues, and imagining a robust cultural climate for Florida within the global economy.



2018 Florida Biennial Artists
Maria Barbist, Aurora Molina, Julie Davidow, Desireé Moore, Elaine Defibaugh, Sharon Norwood, Bernadette Despujols, Jee Park, Rigoberto Diaz, Edison Peñafiel, Michael Dillow, Lisa Rockford, Nicole Doran, Donna Ruff, William Douglas, Maricel Ruiz, Santiago Echeverry, Troy Simmons,
Rosa Garmendia, Jonathan Stein, Lorna Galloway,
Bethany Taylor, Lisa Haque, Star Trauth, Alex Ibsen,
Amber Tutwiler, Elite Kedan, Jill Weisberg, Kandy Lopez,
Almaz Wilson, Cynthia Mason

Outside the Box: Artworks with Unusual Mediums, BG Gallery at Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, CA

“Outside The Box” brings together a group of artists who employ unexpected and compelling approaches to both traditional and contemporary media. Themes range from formal to conceptual and imagery from realistic to surreal. Artworks on display utilize a wide variety of materials including: sound-light-wood-glass-movement-foam-bones-found objects-metal-food-paint-thread-participation-toys-scrap materials-books-repurposed objects-tableaux-fabric-porcelain-etc….

Artists: Stephen Anderson, Dave Brokaw, Debra Broz, Philip Campbell, YaYa Chou, Jeffrey Frisch, Jeff Gilette, Laurie Hassold, Melanie Kehoss, Michelle Kingdom, Daniel Lam, Dan Levin, Joella March, Gary Raymond, Steve Roberts, Fred Rose, Susan Sironi, Bethany Taylor.

Center for Sustainable Practices in the Arts (CSPA) Q15: Hyperobjects


A look at Timothy Morton's concept of "Hyperobjects"-- viscous, nonlocal, phased and interobjective "things"-- through the lens of multiple artist practices. How are artists engaging with ideas and places so complex, they cannot be understood from a single vantage point? With contributions from Carol Padberg, Jessica Santone, Bethany Taylor, Sarah Knudtson, Liz Ensz, Timothy Morton, and more.

29 September Competition, Alexandria Museum of Art, Louisiana

The 29th September Competition presented by the Alexandria Museum of Art. is an exhibition selected by juror Francis Pavy from national and international submissions highlighting contemporary art practices in all media.  47 artworks selected from over 300 international submissions are included in the exhibition and featured in a full-color print catalog.  My emblematic tapestry, One Ought Not to Wrestle Ghosts, was selected for this exhibition.

Exhibition Catalogue

Personal is Political is Personal, Curated by Sue Coe, 440 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Brooklyn, NY – 440 Gallery presents Personal is Political is Personal. In this intensely political year we hear sound bites and promises that can seem abstract unless it affects us personally. Black Lives Matter. Gender Equality. Gun Control. It’s all just words until we see a child’s body washed ashore, a routine traffic stop becomes deadly, or a family home is destroyed at high tide. 440 Gallery’s theme show this year is centered on the personal effects of politics. 
Artists selected for the exhibition: Max Alper, Hannah Barnhardt, Lynn Benson, Eva M. Capobianco, Gordon Carlisle, Patricia Denys, Elise Dodeles, Richard Ferrari, Igor Gnedo, Mary Hood, Ibn Kendall,Katrina Majkut, Spencer Moore, Harry Newman,
Steve Savitz, Nancy Siesel, Nomi Silverman, Stephen Spiller, Ann Stoddard, Bethany Taylor, Doug Turetsky, Divine Williams,
Dale Williams.
Personal is Political is Personal opens Thursday, July 7 at 440 Gallery, 440 Sixth Avenue in Brooklyn, and runs through Saturday, August 6, 2016. An artists reception will be from 6­–9pm on Thursday July 7, 2016

The NEW American Patriot: Climate Art in the Public Interest Exhibition

My Jacquard woven emblematic tapestry, Nothing’s Left, is included in this thematically important exhibition on climate change at the Box Gallery, West Palm Beach, FL.

Opening Reception: July 1, 2016
Exhibition Dates: July 1-11, 2016 | Gallery Hours Tue. - Sat. 11-6pm
Exhibition Curators: Mary Jo Aagerstoun and Rolando Chang Barrero

Interactive participatory works, murals, kinetic works, films, installations, and even a burlesque show will be included in this unprecedented survey of how artists create work that inspires and responds to climate change.

The American Patriot celebrates and includes the work of Hot Posse, The Yes Men, Annie Sprinkle, Steve Lambert, Rolando Chang Barrero, Tim Collins and Reiko Goto, The Center for Creative Activism, Aviva Rahmani, Overpass Light Brigade, The Climate Action Coalition, Xavier Cortada, Dana Donaty, Birds are Nice, Craig McInnis, Nadia Utto, Bethany Taylor, Roseanne Truxes Livingston, David Peck, Elizabeth Reed, Lloyd Goradesky, The Post Carbon Institute,  Mary Jo Aagerstoun, Jesse Etelson, Shawn Robbins, Jerry Lind,Jan Booher, Lane Hall, Joe Brusky, Kim Heise, Marika Stone, Sarah Younger, and others... 7:30 Spoken Performance by Marika Stone.

In Partnership with "Cultural Corridor" neighbors The Box Gallery and Resource Depot will host a Children's Hands on Workshop on Saturday July 2, 2016 at 3 p.m.

Water Ecologies, Juried by Basia Irland, Transition Gallery, Idaho State University

April 4th to May 7th

Sponsored by the Idaho State University Department of Art, in partnership with NFS/EPSCoR MILES*.

Unraveling Ecology (spill) was exhibited as part of the Water Ecologies, curated by Basia Irland.  It is a Jacquard Woven Tapestry (in memory of the devastating Gulf Oil Spill) and accompanying fiber-based drawing (utilizing yarn from the unraveling tapestry) of a oil soaked pelican.