EFA Studio Member Artist Vicky Colombet's exhibition, "Paintings from 2007 – 2018" has been reviewed by The Brooklyn Rail. The exhibition is presented at The Elkon Gallery from October 18th through December 21st, 2018.
EFA Studio artist Bryan Whitney will be giving an artist talk at the main branch of the famed New York Public Library on 5th Ave. in Manhattan on Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 6:30 pm. Topics covered will include his 360/VR spheres and a new 360 video of Indian Stepwells.
EFA Studio Member Artist Shimon Attie's public art project "Nightwatch" gets a thoughtful write-up in a New York Times article "Cruising New York’s Waterways This Week: Portraits of Former Refugees" (by Sopan Deb, Sept. 24, 2018).
"Nightwatch" a public art project by EFA Studio Artist Shimon Attie is on view from September 20 to 27, 2018. Night Watch will be projected on a LED screen mounted on a barge, and will be viewable from 6PM to 10PM for eight days, during the 73rd United Nations General Assembly.
Andrea Burgay released Cut Me Up, a participatory magazine of visual call and response, published through Specious Arts. Each issue presents a “call”—a curated selection of original collage images that will become raw material for reader-artists to “respond” by cutting, reconfiguring, and transforming them into new artworks.
As part of her exhibition "El Dorado (The Golden)" at the Lewis H. Latimer House Museum, Member Artist Cecile Chong will be leading a free art making workshop on Sunday, July 22nd from 3-5pm. All ages and families are welcome to join. The installation will be on view until October 14th, 2018.
EFA Member Artist Wafaa Bilal's installation is on display at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. "168:01 – A Library Rising from the Ashes" opened on July 14th, 2018 and was reviewed in The Globe and Mail by Russell Smith on July 11th, 2018.
EFA Member Artists Samira Abbassy, Elizabeth Colomba, Noel Anderson and alumni Maria Berrio have been awarded the 2018 NYFA fellowship in painting and interdisciplinary work. EFA Member Artists Keren Benbenisty and Jordan Casteel were also finalists.