Posted by: Jeff Edwards | October 27, 2010

Announcement: Danielle Mysliwiec lecture on Tuesday the 2nd

This Tuesday, November 2nd, the Visual & Critical Studies department will present the next entry in SVA’s Art in the First Person lecture series. The lecture will feature a talk by artist Danielle Mysliwiec. Here is some information about the event from SVA’s event notice:

Artist Danielle Mysliwiec creates abstract paintings of intricately woven surfaces that are at once coming together and coming undone. In 2005 she co-founded the feminist performance group Brainstormers, which challenges gender discrimination in the art world. In her talk, Mysliwiec will trace the development of her paintings and various experimental processes in acrylic, digital and oil mediums; shed light on studio practice and life as an emerging artist; and give a brief overview of her work as an activist in the art world. Mysliwiec has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, the Bronx Museum of the Arts and other galleries and museums, and is currently assistant professor of painting and drawing at American University.

In addition to the links above, you can visit the following sites to see some of Danielle Mysliwiec’s paintings and learn more about her art.

The lecture will be held in room 101C at 133/141 West 21 Street, at 6:30 p.m. As with all of the Art in the First Person events, it is free and open to the public.


  1. […] artist Danielle Mysliwiec. You can find a lot more information about Mysliwiec and her art at the announcement I posted last […]

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