Thursday, May 15, 2014

Project Space 2014!

Aloha Friends!

I am very excited to announce that I'll once again be involved with Salem, Oregon's annual Project Space (Hosted by the Salem Art Association). The first time I worked with Project Space was in 2012 and I am happy to be asked back. I have been working on some ideas for a new series of murals that double as time lapse videos. I did some time lapse painting in 2010 with the Honolulu Museum of Art as their artist in residence and am excited to try an even larger scale project in 2014!

Here is the official Project Space Description from the Salem Art Association:

"Project Space is a dynamic (June to August) contemporary art opportunity. Taking place in downtown Salem, Oregon, Project Space offers juried exhibits by regional artists, studio space, in addition to performances and other events that encourage community dialogue.

Project Space is designed to bring out the experimental, the creative, the unexpected, the large, the small, the moveable and moving; embracing new avenues of expression.
Artists working in any media, including, but not limited to painting, sculpture, video, interactive media, installation, photography, performance, theater, sound and music, movement and dance are invited to apply to participate in the program. Approaches are fantastical, practical, high-tech, low-tech, humorous and serious. Exhibits rotate several times over the two-to-three month period, starting in June and ending in August. The specific schedule will be organized around the requirements of proposals chosen."
If you are interested in volunteering or getting involved visit their website for more information!

Here are a few pictures of the space I'll be working in:

I am busy working on the plans for the series of murals I plan to paint there (so check back soon!) But until then here are some videos of my experience as Artist in Residence at the Honolulu Museum of Art in 2010.

Mahalo for looking!
Boz (Sunday Stingray)

All work is copyright 2014  Boz Schurr. Please do not use without my permission. Mahalo!

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