PAST EVENTS

Keynote @ the Suburban School Superintendents Conference

Friday, November 9 2018, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will deliver a keynote at the Suburban School Superintendents conference.

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Panel @ Tufts University Art Galleries

Thursday, November 8 2018, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be part of the panel “Does Education Define an Artist?” as part of an exhibition of self-taught artists at Tufts University Art Gallery, organized by Liz Canter and Abby Satinksky.  

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Guest Speaker @ Portland State University

Thursday, November 1 2018, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard will speak to Amanda Leigh Evans' class.

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Susan Jahoda and Caroline Woolard of BFAMFAPhD Talk @ Art in General

Saturday, October 20 2018, 4:00PM

“Unlearning Learning” with BFAMFAPHD and Maria Rosa Sossai

Art in General
145 Plymouth Street (Map)
Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Unlearning Learning, the first event of this season, will consider the relationship between art and education, which lies at the heart of the entire series. Artist collective BFAMFAPHD and researcher Maria Rosa Sossai will consider how art and pedagogy can become tools for understanding the relations of power that shape institutions and practices, but also allow us to imagine new approaches to art and education. As practitioners who have developed workshops, teaching tools, and artworks that blur the boundary between art and educational practices, they will use this event to not simply speak about this subject, but also to activate some of their ideas.

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Panel @ Tulane University

Thursday, October 18 2018, 2:00PM
Caroline Woolard will present her work on a panel with Michelle Chihara and Leigh Claire La Berge called "The Labor Abstraction: Valuing Cultural Work after Financialization" at the Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present 10th Annual Conference. This panel accounts for contemporary forms of cultural and artistic labor after financialization. We explore how cultural and artistic labor is measured, evaluated, and represented. The conference runs from October 17 – 20, 2018 and the exact time of the panel is TBA.
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Presentation @ SAIC

Friday, October 12 2018, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present her work at the symbposium Re:working Labor, jointly sponsored by re:workIGK Arbeit und Lebenslauf in globalgeschichtlicher Perspektive, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, and the Institute of Curatorial Research and Practice at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

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Encampment (Group Show)

Saturday, October 6 2018, 12:00PM

Opening October 6th: Encampment. With David Brooks / Jorge Colombo / Barbara de Vries / Mark Dion / Hope Ginsburg / Leila Gordon / Gary Graham / Brooke Grant / Jeffrey Jenkins / Alex A. Jones / Cameron Klavsen / Abby Lutz / Kristyna & Marek Milde / J. Morgan Puett / Rebecca Purcell / Gina Siepel / Shelley Spector / Allison Smith / Caroline Wallner / Allison Ward / Natalie Wilkin / Caroline Woolard / Amy Yoes // A Guide to the Field: Storefront Practices in the Social Realm, a new project gallery by J. Morgan Puett and Abby Lutz, exhibits and sells socially and politically sensitive artworks, textiles, sculpture, clothing, furniture – fine art in the everyday – set in topic-driven installations (Swarmings) by artists working in the social sphere. Encampment, A Guide to the Field’s inaugural installation, offers visual and functional conversations around living in an ever-migratory society. Visitors will experience a storefront apartment environment, where artist's works are responses to one's daily activities of clothing, cooking, cleaning, making, playing, resting, and thinking/being.

Opening: Saturday, October 6th, 2018, 12-8pm. 2 Post Hill Road and Main Street / Mountaindale, NY 12763 There is a Coach Short Line bus traveling from NYC’s Port Authority to Mountaindale. A Guide to the Field: Storefront Practices in the Social Realm 2 Post Hill Road and Main Street / Mountaindale, NY 12763 www.aguidetothefield.com / Instagram: @aguidetothefield

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Presentation @ RISD

Monday, September 17 2018, 6:00PM

The Center for Student Involvement at the Rhode Island School of Design has invited Caroline Woolar do lead the first session of the 2018/2019 year as a part of our RISD Leads Series on Radical Pedagogies: Critical Communal Learning and Teaching. Details TBD

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Group Show @ ArtSpace Hartford

Saturday, September 8 2018, 6:00PM

Don't Try to Boil the Ocean, curated by Joe Bun Keo, a group exhibition at ArtSpace Hartford, 555 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105 --- Opening Reception: 9/8 from 6-10pm

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Exhibition @ Knockdown Center

Thursday, August 30 2018, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard, Helen Lee, and Lika Volkova will create an immersive installation as the final iteration of their multi-year project, Carried on Both Sides. Carried on Both Sides: Encounter Three will be on view at the Knockdown Center from August 30 - November 4, 2018. For more information on this project, see: http://CarriedOnBothSides.com

Art21 documentary: https://art21.org/watch/new-york-close-up/caroline-woolards-floating-possibility/

Opening Reception: Thursday, August 30 6-9PM

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Opening @ Pratt

Tuesday, August 28 2018, 6:00PM

LOCATION: Dekalb Gallery, Brooklyn CampusDATE(s)August 28, 2018 at 6:00 PM - 9:00 PMDETAILS

Please join us to see what our inaugural PROJECT THIRD residents have been working on this summer!

ARTISTS: Susan Jahoda, Emilio Martinez Poppe, and Caroline Woolard

EXHIBITION: Large-scale printed pages from a single chapter in the visual arts collective BFAMFAPhD’s forthcoming book, Making and Being, which offers practices of collaboration, contemplation, and social-ecological analysis for visual artists. Their summer writing studio and office, including a shared, year-long calendar, books, and administrative files are visible at one end of the gallery. Visitors are invited to use the markers and pens in the space to add ideas, questions, and comments to the pages on the wall.

BFAMFAPhD (Susan Jahoda, Emilio Martinez Poppe, and Caroline Woolard), is a collective that employs visual and performing art, policy reports, and teaching tools to advocate for cultural equity in the United States. The work of the collective is to bring people together to analyze and reimagine relationships of power in the arts.

ACCESS TO PRATT PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

Pratt strives to make all programs, services and activities accessible, and will provide assistance to accommodate any individuals with disabilities. Security personnel, located at booths at 200 Willoughby Avenue and other campus locations, are available for assistance. Additional accessibility resources are available at pratt.edu/accessibility 

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Artist in Residence @ Ox-Bow

Sunday, August 5 2018, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be an Artist in Residence at Ox-bow, meeting with Fellows and giving a lecture during her stay from August 5 - 11th.

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Moderating a Panel @ BRIC

Wednesday, July 18 2018, 7:00PM

In conjunction with the Alchemy exhibition, this panel discussion between exhibition artist Anna Riley, art historian Ana Matisse Donefer-Hickie of the Making & Knowing Projectpoet Leonard Nalenz of Project 404, and D. Graham Burnett of The Order of the Third Bird, to discuss new and innovative ways of experiencing/producing knowledge. The panel will be moderated by the visual artist Caroline Woolard.

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Presentation @ Mildred's Lane

Friday, July 13 2018, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard and Leigh Claire La Berge present their latest work to Fellows at the Mildred's Lane archaeology session from 12-1pm.

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Artist in Residence @ Pratt

Sunday, July 1 2018, 6:00PM

I will be in residence at Pratt Institute for the months of July and August, hosting public programs and an exhibition with Emilio Martinez Poppe and Susan Jahoda about our pedagogical project, Ways of Being, at the invitation of Jane South, Chair of Fine Arts. 

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Artist in Residence @ Pilchuck Glass School

Monday, May 28 2018, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be the Artist in Residence for Session 2 at Pilchuck from May 28 - June 15th  2018. Pilchuck’s Artist in Residence mission is to invite accomplished artists/designers/creative thinkers such as yourselves to experiment with glass. Part of our mission is to  introduce artists with little or no familiarity of the material and techniques so that they will experience the residency as a time to investigate new approaches and include / expand the material within the vocabulary and context of their work.  For the Pilchuck students and participants the Artists in Residence bring much to the campus learning experience; different approaches and unique interrogations of the material are valuable for all.

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Artist in Residence @ Museum of Glass

Wednesday, May 23 2018, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard and Leigh Claire La Berge will be AIRs at the Museum of Glass from May 23-27th, with 5 days of work in our world-class Hot Shop with a three-person team, live streaming from the Hot Shop.

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Panel @ ICP / Eyebeam

Monday, May 14 2018, 10:00AM

The symposium will take place on Monday, May 14th at the ICP Museum, followed by a reception at Eyebeam's new space in Bushwick. The symposium will consist of short dialogues, panel discussions (How to SeeHow to Be SeenHow to HideHow to Build), and a keynote address. The program will feature a number of Eyebeam alums as well as members of our current residency cohort. 

Caroline Woolard will lead the final conversation of the day, How to Build. This closing conversation will serve as a call to action following the robust day of discourse and focus on individual projects. How do we actually move toward a more just future? What are our biggest challenges and what can we learn from each other's practices? How can we build something sustainable together? 

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Presentation @ Open Engagement

Saturday, May 12 2018, 3:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present a workshop with Susan Jahoda and Emilio Martinez Poppe from their forthcoming book, Ways of Being. Open Engagement will be held on May 11-13 at the Queens Museum and a host of other sites throughout New York City. Advanced registration is required to attend and handled via Eventbrite. Registration will be live in March 2018.

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Interview with Students @ Mozarteum, Salzburg (Austria)

Wednesday, May 9 2018, 11:00AM

Caroline Woolard will be interviewed by students from Mozarteum, Salzburg (Austria) for Prof. Gregor Neuerer's class.

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Presentation @ Stanford

Thursday, May 3 2018, 6:30PM

Caroline Woolard will present in Danielle Jackson's class Imaging Change: Global Arts and Social Change at Stanford.

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Presentation @ SUNY Buffalo

Saturday, April 28 2018, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present at MoneyLab, an exploration of critical responses to the ongoing financial crises. Through workshops, talks and panel discussions, “Matters of Currency” will shed new light on money- power relations as mirrored in changing relations to technological and material transformations in the world today. Confirmed Speakers: Jason Moore, Terra0, Cassie Thornton, Max Haiven, Fran Illich, Gabriela Ceja, Patricia de Vries, Leigh Claire La Berge, Caroline Woolard, Brett Scott, and Caitlin Blanchfield

Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center
341 DELAWARE AVE., BUFFALO, NY 14202
27–28 April 2018
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Workshop @ Teacher's College

Friday, April 20 2018, 4:00PM
Caroline Woolard and Susan Jahoda will give a presentation about Ways of Being, their multi-platform pedagogical project which offers practices of collaboration, contemplation, and social-ecological analysis for visual arts curricula.
 
Ways of Being is for arts educators who want to connect art to economy; for students who want to make artworks that reflect the conditions of their own production. Ways of Being is a book, a series of videos, a deck of cards, and an interactive website with freely downloadable content.
 
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Exhibition @ Teachers College, Columbia University

Thursday, April 5 2018, 6:00PM
Caroline Woolard will participate in the group exhibition, the Unleashing Project, curated by Livia Alexander and Isin Onol. The exhibition will run from April 1 – May 30, 2018 at Teachers College, Columbia University with an opening reception: April 5 from 6-8pm and related events forthcoming.
 
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Lecture @ Brown University

Wednesday, April 4 2018, 5:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present her work in a lecture hosted by the Visual Art Department at Brown University. Details forthcoming.

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Lecture @ UMass Dartmouth

Friday, March 30 2018, 11:30AM

Caroline Woolard and Leigh Claire La Berge will present their work at UMass Dartmouth.

Caroline Woolard
She Wolves, Water Clocks, & Collective Networks
March 30th, 11:30am
CVPA Room 356

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Opening @ Contemporary Art Center and Wave Pool

Saturday, March 10 2018, 6:00PM

Wave Pool and the Contemporary Art Center have been working with New York-based artist Caroline Woolard to create a set of “listening objects” for 4 local organizations for a year. Each listening object has been made in direct response to the desires of these organizations. Woolard is partnering with MORTAR and Cincy Stories, CUCI, and Heartfelt Tidbits. The finished pieces will live with these organizations as well as in a common space where the public can interact with them and use them as well as learn more about the project and the 4 organizations involved. The project is  scheduled to be debuted at the neighborhood summit in March 2018 with a presentation by Woolard.

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Presentation @ Corcoran

Friday, March 2 2018, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard will participate in a weekend  convening at the Corcoran School of Art and Design from the evening of Friday, March 2 to the early afternoon of Sunday, March 4. This will build upon and extend conversations on socially and civically engaged creative practices that were begun at another weekend convening that Woolard attended with Ruby Lerner, Sanjit Sethi, Rober Ransick, Charles Crowell, Alexis Frasz, Yoko Inoue, Angie Kim, Lauren Ruffin, Susan Sgorbati, Anne Thompson, David Zicarelli, Jun-Li Wang, at Bennington College in the fall.

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Panel @ CAA

Saturday, February 24 2018, 2:00PM

Time: 02/24/2018: 2:00PM–3:30PM
Location: Room 408A

Chair: Dushko Petrovich, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

“The Artist-Journalist and the Immediacy of Alternative Electronic Media”
Randall Packer, Nanyahg Technological University

“Recovering Radicality: Instrumentalization and Video in the 1980s”
Liz Kim, Texas Woman’s University

“Sharing Practices of Listening, Attention, and Group Work in the Visual Arts”
Caroline Woolard, University of Hartford

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Panelist @ NYU

Friday, February 16 2018, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present at a symposium organized by Andrew Weiner called Human Capital.

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Workshop @ UPenn

Thursday, February 8 2018, 1:30PM

Caroline Woolard, Susan Jahodda, and Emilio Martinez Poppe will be doing a workshop for Sharon Hayes' Art & Resistance class from 1:30-4:30pm, and a Risograph workshop with a founder of Ulises, Kayla Romberger, for "Intro to Independent Publishing" at UPenn. 

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Presentation @ MassArt

Monday, February 5 2018, 11:30AM

Caroline Woolard is presenting her work to Judith Leemann's Critique Practices class.

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Presenter @ The Corcoran

Monday, December 4 2017, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present on a panel with Ahmed Mater, Carmen Montoya, and Allison Smith. The aim is to discuss different examples of the transformative ways art and creativity can be a catalyst for cross-cultural understanding and to effect meaningful change in communities. It will also act as a platform for future cross-cultural collaborations and act as a catalyst for such work.

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Presenter @ Retooling Critique Symposium

Saturday, November 18 2017, 6:00PM

Retooling Critique Symposium at Mass Art, with private and public convenings from Nov 16th - 18th, 2017. Participants and presenters include: Anthony Romero, Adelheid Mers, Judith Leemann, and Billie Lee.

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Exhibition: Neotopia (Seoul)

Wednesday, November 1 2017, 6:00PM

Art Center Nabi presents the exhibition Neotopia: Data and Humanity. The artworks utilizing ‘data’ from various fields of the society, culture, politics, economics present the ‘more humane society’. The exhibition includes the artworks from international media artist teams. 

Host: Art Center Nabi
Sponsor: Japan Foundation Seoul, Goethe-Institut Korea
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Presentation @ Recess Art

Saturday, October 21 2017, 2:00PM

For Maayan Strauss' project at Recess Art, she has invited Caroline Woolard to give a presentation on her work.

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Presenter @ the New Museum

Wednesday, October 18 2017, 7:00PM
Caroline Woolard will present as part of an event with Creative Commons, Rhizome, and the Met Museum entitled "The Role of the Artist as Prosocial Actor in the World and on the Internet." The event will be on October 18 from 7-9PM  at Rhizome @New Museum downtown.
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Presenter @ WTF Do We Do Now?,

Sunday, October 15 2017, 12:00PM

Pioneer Works, Creative Time, and the Yes Men are proud to announce WTF Do We Do Now?, a one-day gathering with open forums, town hall meetings, and small-group dialogues. Sunday, October 15, 2017 from 10am - 7pm at
Pioneer Works, 159 Pioneer Street in Brooklyn. More info here.

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Artists Talk @ Urban Glass

Friday, October 13 2017, 3:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present at the 2017 Robert M. Minkoff Foundation Academic Symposium organized by UrbanGlass but held at St. Francis College on Friday, October 14th - from 3-4 pm. Location: St. Francis College first-floor auditorium at 180 Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights.

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Talk @ The New School

Thursday, October 5 2017, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present to MFA Design and Technology students at the New School in a course led by Ed Keller and Melanie Crean called Design for this Century from 12-1:30pm.

 

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Workshop @ NYPL

Saturday, September 30 2017, 3:00PM

How can we support ourselves and each other? This workshop looks at the ways in which we meet our needs for wellbeing in order to dream, practice, and work on any project. Support extends beyond the life of our projects, often shaping the ways in which we navigate the contradictions of living and working on independent projects. Join us for a “brain massage” and mutual connection.

3-5pm at Spaceworks @ Williamsburgh Library, 240 Division Ave, Fl 2 Brooklyn, NY

http://studycollaboration.com/#support

 

 
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Liturgist @ Judson Church

Sunday, September 24 2017, 11:00AM

For 24 September, Caroline Woolard will be liturgist and teach us about amulets and eyes at the Judson Church.  

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Artwork @ Storefront for Art and Architecture

Saturday, September 16 2017, 6:00PM

Souvenirs: New New York Icons ‚Äč, opening on September 16th, 2017 at the Storefront for Art and
Architecture gallery in New York.

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Presenter at Arts Learning Symposium @ Bennington

Friday, September 15 2017, 6:00PM

We gather to explore the creation of an open-source model of learning. Presenters / Participants include: Alexis Frasz, Angie Kim, Ruby Lerner, Lauren Ruffin, Sanjit Sethi, Carol Stakenas, and Ju-Lin Wang.

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Artists Talk @ The Met

Friday, July 28 2017, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard, Helen Lee, Alexander Rosenberg, and Lika Volkova talk about their project, Carried on Both Sides, and their research in relationship to the Greek and Roman collection at The Met.

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Teacher @ SVA's Summer Residency Program

Wednesday, July 19 2017, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard is a faculty mentor in this intensive studio residency, hosted by SVA’s MFA Fine Arts Department, which has been designed for artists working in cross-platform, non-disciplinary practices that aim for the intersection of art and ideas.

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Panel Discussion @ SVA with Ben Davis, Daniel Tucker, Shaun Leonardo, and William Powhida

Wednesday, July 12 2017, 6:00PM

 

What role can art play in effecting social and political change? Should artists deploy cultural strategies as political strategies? In this panel discussion, we’ll consider the role of the artist as activist, examining the responsibility of artists as global citizens, ethical concerns for social practice projects, reactivity vs. proactivity, and criteria for measuring the success of a project. A panel discussion with Den Davis, Daniel Tucker, Shaun Leonardo, Caroline Woolard, and William Powhida.

Room 501H, 335 West 16th Street, New York, NY

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Social Saturday Lecture @ Mildred's Lane

Saturday, July 8 2017, 3:00PM

Caroline Woolard and Leigh Claire La Berge will give a lecture at Mildred's Lane. Arrive eraly for a tour at 3pm, have dinner at 5pm, and hear a talk at 7pm. 

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Lecture @ Mildred's Lane

Monday, July 3 2017, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give a presentation at Mildred's Lane during MILDRED ARCHAEOLOGY II. Mark Dion, J. Morgan Puett, with local and visiting historians and artists continue to study the site of The Mildred’s Lane Transhistorical Society and Museum, an ongoing project at the heart of the greater Mildred’s Lane project. 

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Session Leader at Nomad9

Monday, June 26 2017, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be a session leader at Nomad9 at the University of Hartford

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Writer in Residence @ Mesa Refuge

Friday, June 16 2017, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard and Jodie Evans are writers in residence at the Mesa Refuge to work on their book, Growing a Local Peace Economy (Chelsea Green, 2017).

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Panel Discussion on Collaboration @ Cooper Union

Thursday, June 8 2017, 1:50PM

As part of a day-long symposium on collaboration, Caroline Woolard will take part in a panel discussion with Heather Hart and Moreshin Allahyari, moderated by Kimberly Drew.

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Online Class: Emergent Art Worlds

Friday, June 2 2017, 12:00PM

Register to take a 12 week course with Caroline Woolard, online through SVA Continuing Education.

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Talk @ Google

Thursday, June 1 2017, 4:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present her work at Google Design.

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Artists Talk @ Eyebeam

Tuesday, May 16 2017, 6:00PM

Stop Work!

Tuesday May 16

6:30-9:00PM

 

The Stop Work! is a monthly critique for residents that is invite-only. Come to see and even shape works-in-progress. To RSVP email sarah.oconnell@eyebeam.org with the subject May Stop Work.

 

6:30pm Doors Open

7:00 - 7:50pm Caroline Woolard 

8:00 - 8:50pm Ursula Endlicher 

8:50pm Mingle 

 

Event starts prompt at 7pm. 

 

Caroline Woolard 

Caroline Woolard is an artist and organizer whose interdisciplinary work facilitates social imagination at the intersection of art, urbanism, architecture, and political economy. After co-founding and co-directing resource sharing networks OurGoods.org and TradeSchool.coop from 2008-2014, Woolard is now focused on her work with BFAMFAPhD.com to raise awareness about the impact of rent, debt, and precarity on culture and on the NYC Real Estate Investment Cooperative to create and support truly affordable commercial space for cultural resilience and economic justice in New York City.

 

Ursula Endlicher 

Since the mid 1990ies the Internet has impacted Ursula Endlicher's practice, where she focuses on the physical, structural, and metaphorical aspects of networks: She builds frameworks for Internet Art works and performances, but lets real-time data be the lead for their choreographies. She extracts rule sets from the Web and repurposes them for installations and objects. Her videos often feature characters depicting anthropomorphized code. www.ursenal.net 

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Workshop Leader @ Robert Rauschenberg Foundation

Wednesday, May 10 2017, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard facilitates sessions for the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s SEED and Artist as Activist grantees at the Residency campus in Captiva, Florida. 

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Workshop @ RPI and the Santuary for Independent Media

Saturday, May 6 2017, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be running a workshop at the Santuary for Independent Media and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on the formation of resources sharing networks.

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Artists Talk @ RISD

Thursday, May 4 2017, 1:30AM

Carline Woolard presents her work to RISD's Critical Curating students from 1:30-2:15.

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Open Studio @ LMCC

Saturday, April 29 2017, 1:00PM

Fri, Apr 28 from 6:00-9:00pm / Sat, Apr 29 from 1:00-8:00pm

LMCC’s Studios at 28 Liberty Street

LMCC kicks off its public season by inviting the public to 28 Liberty Street to visit the studios of LMCC’s 32 Workspace artists-in-residence! This diverse group of artists will open their studio doors and present their work free-of-charge, offering the public a unique opportunity to get behind the scenes to see brand new artwork, share conversations with artists, and gain insight into their creative practices.

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Open Studio @ LMCC

Friday, April 28 2017, 6:00PM

Fri, Apr 28 from 6:00-9:00pm / Sat, Apr 29 from 1:00-8:00pm LMCC’s Studios at 28 Liberty Street

LMCC kicks off its public season by inviting the public to 28 Liberty Street to visit the studios of LMCC’s 32 Workspace artists-in-residence! This diverse group of artists will open their studio doors and present their work free-of-charge, offering the public a unique opportunity to get behind the scenes to see brand new artwork, share conversations with artists, and gain insight into their creative practices.

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Alt. Business Models @ NEWINC

Wednesday, April 26 2017, 6:00PM

Caroline Woolard, Christopher Chavez, and Alexa Clay will present their work at NEWINC from 6-7pm at 231 Bowery (where Prince St. meets Bowery, to the right of the New Museum, if you are standing in front of the museum). 

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Artists Talk @ New York Studio Residency Program

Wednesday, April 19 2017, 5:00PM

Caroline Woolard presents her work from 5-6pm at the New York Studio Residency Program in DUMBO: 20 Jay St, Ste. M10 Brooklyn NY.

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Artists Talk @ Visible Futures Lab / SVA

Wednesday, April 12 2017, 7:00PM

It’s springtime and things are growing in the lab! Artist in Residence Caroline Woolard has created a living exhibit, using mycelium to create ceiling tiles and sculptural objects (more information below). Come by to see how they’re doing! On view until April 25.

Join us for her opening talk on Friday, April 19th from 7-8pm

 

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Workshop (Idea Lab) at the Visible Futures Lab

Wednesday, April 12 2017, 3:00PM

Idea Lab: a resource-sharing practice

New York City can feel like a difficult place to make art, but often the resources we need to make our work are right in our community. The Idea Lab is a simple practice that helps connect artists, designers, and craftspeople to share ideas and resources. This Idea Lab will be facilitated by OurGoods.org co-founder Caroline Woolard.

What happens at the Idea Lab?

  • Artists and makers of all kinds meet at the Visible Futures Lab at SVA

  • We split into small groups

  • Each artist shares their challenge

  • The small group brainstorms resources and ideas to meet that challenge

  • The whole group comes together to address any unmet challenges

Whether you need help refining an idea, access to space or equipment, connections to experts in another field, or information about venues for your work, you can find it at an Idea Lab! You will leave with actionable ideas, a better understanding of your challenge, and a new support network.

Idea Labs start promptly - please arrive five minutes early! 

WHEN: Wednesday, April 12th from 3-5pm 
WHERE: Visible Futures Lab at the School of Visual Arts
132 W 21st Street, New York, NY 10011 (7th Floor)
RSVP: http://ourgoods-splash.herokuapp.com/
COST: $0 / FREE
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Speaker @ NYU's Interactive Digital Media Program

Wednesday, April 5 2017, 6:00PM
Caroline Woolard will present her work in the Graduate Colloquium Speaker Series at NYU's Interactive Digital Media program on Wednesday, April 5th from 6:00pm to 6:50pm.
 
The presentation will take place at:
 
NYU MAGNET, 8th FLR
2 Metrotech Center
Brooklyn, NY
(The entrance door is on Lawrence Street - across from Chipotle)
 
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Panel @ SAIC

Sunday, April 2 2017, 10:00AM
United, States, America: Three Problematic Concepts

Friday March 31, 6 pm
, Keynote
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Princeton University, author of From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation
 
Saturday April 1, 10 am, Panel 1 - Checks and Balancing Acts: Consensus, Constitutionality, Rule of Law
Ed Yohnka, Director of Communication and Public Policy, Illinois ACLU
Katherine Franke, Director, Center for Gender and Sexuality Law, Columbia Law School
Ameya Pawar, 47th Ward Alderman and Democratic candidate for Illinois Governor
K-Sue Park, Legal Aid Attorney, working at the Texas-Mexico border
 
Saturday April 1, 1:30 pm, Screening: I Am Not Your Negro, dir. Raoul Peck (2016)
 
Saturday April 1, 4 pm, Panel 2 - Origins of the Present Crisis: Race, Gender, Religion
Ronak Kapadia, University of Illinois at Chicago, Global Asian Studies
Raoul Peck, director of I Am Not Your Negro (unconfirmed) 
+ Two additional unconfirmed panelists
 
Sunday April 2, 10 am, Panel 3 - It’s The Stupid Economy, Stupid
June Lapidus, Roosevelt University, Union for Radical Political Economics
Leigh Claire La Berge, BMCC CUNY, author of Scandals and Abstractions: Financial Fiction in the Long 1980s
Phil Ashton, University of Illinois at Chicago, Urban Planning and Policy
Caroline Woolard, artist working with financial instruments
 
Sunday April 2, 2 pm, Panel 4 - I Tweeted The News Today. Sad. 
Margaret Holt, Standards Editor, The Chicago Tribune
Jack Doppelt, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University
Aric Toler, Bellingcat, citizen investigative journalism, works on Russian media

 

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Artists Talk @ Williams College

Thursday, March 9 2017, 7:00PM

Location: Lawrence Hall Auditorium, L231 at Williams

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Artists Talk @ Karyn Olivier's class at Temple University

Tuesday, March 7 2017, 3:30PM

Caroline Woolard will be speakng to Karyn Olivier's social practice class at Tyler School of Art at Temple University from 3:30-4:30pm.

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Artists Talk @ LMCC

Saturday, March 4 2017, 1:30PM

Dannielle Tegeder's Lehman College class will visit Caroline Woolard at her LMCC Studio for an artist's talk from 1:30-2:30pm.

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Panelist @ VOLTA

Friday, March 3 2017, 4:30PM

Caroline Woolard will be a panelist for a panel organized by ArtNet for VOLTA from 4:30-6 on Friday, March 3.

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Panel Discussion at New York Academy of Art

Wednesday, March 1 2017, 6:30PM

Caroline Woolard will appear on a panel at the New York Academy of Art as part of their Professional Practice Lecture Series for Sharon Louden’s new book with Mark Tribe, William Powhida, and Deanna Haggag.

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Artists Talk @ New York Studio Residency Program

Wednesday, February 22 2017, 5:00PM

Caroline Woolard presents her work at the New York Studio Residency Program from 5-6pm at 20 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY 11201.

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Speaker @ David Ross' CAA talk show

Friday, February 17 2017, 3:30PM

Caroline Woolard is speaking with Thyrza Goodeve on David Ross' art show and broadcast, Please Disturb, at the Midtown Hilton. Coinciding with the College Art Association, the event will feature a 5-hour Facebook Live talk show.

 

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Artists Talk @ Visible Futures Lab

Wednesday, February 15 2017, 6:00PM

Please join us at 7pm on Wednesday, February 8th to welcome Caroline Woolard to the Visible Futures Lab’s Artist in Residence program. In her residency at the VFL, Caroline Woolard will produce CNC cork blow moulds that will be used by master glassblowers to create an edition of glass replicas of an ancient Roman vessel called an amphora. These vessels are a component part of Carried on Both Sides, a critical design project that traces the transmutation of an ancient Roman vessel into a common computer symbol — the @ [at sign]. The project is made in collaboration with Alex Rosenberg, Helen Lee, and Lika Volkova and it will be exhibited at LMAK Gallery in the fall and presented in a documentary produced by PBS / Art21 for New York Close Up this spring. As an AIR, Woolard will also host an Idea Lab for students to provide support and resources to one another across departments at SVA. Please email carolinewoolard@gmail.com to be notified of the date of this event.

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Speaker @ Studio for the Future of Arts and Culture

Friday, February 10 2017, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present her ideas about art as the center of innovation for the Ford-funded “Studio for the Future of Arts and Culture” — which is a collaboration with Bennington College, and CCI.

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Workshop @ CUE Foundation with New York Studio Residency Program

Wednesday, February 8 2017, 1:00PM

From 1-3pm on Feburary 8th, Caroline Woolard, Susan Jahoda, and Emilio Martinez Poppe will lead a Supply Chain / Ten Leaps workshop at the CUE Foundation for New York Studio Residency Program students. CUE is located at 137 West 25th Street, Ground Floor, Between 6th and 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001.

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Workshop @ CUE Foundation with BFAMFAPhD

Saturday, February 4 2017, 1:00PM

From 1-3pm on Feburary 4th, Caroline Woolard, Susan Jahoda, and Emilio Martinez Poppe of BFAMFAPhD will lead a Supply Chain / Ten Leaps workshop at the CUE Foundation. CUE is located at 137 West 25th Street, Ground Floor, Between 6th and 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001. Contact curator David Borgonjon for more information and to RSVP at davidxuborgonjon@gmail.com

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Artists Talk @ MassArt

Thursday, February 2 2017, 1:45PM

Caroline Woolard will give an Artists Talk at MassArt, sponsored by the Fibers Department and the Studio for Interrelated Media, from 1:45-3:00pm. Contact mecote@massart.edu for the exact location.

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Artists Talk @ Boston University, MFA Fine Arts

Tuesday, January 31 2017, 7:30PM

Caroline Woolard wll present her work from 7:30-8:30pm at Boston University: 808 Commonwealth Ave. (Room 303).

 

 
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Presenter @ Arts Business Initiative

Tuesday, January 17 2017, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard presented the Study Center for Group Work to IBM, NYFA Board Members, and past fellows from the ABI Program.

About this program: Through the generous support of the Scherman Foundation’s Katherine S. and Axel G. Rosin Fund, NYFA is pleased to open applications for the second cohort of our Arts Business Incubator (ABI) Program. ABI provides a small cohort of New York City-based arts startup businesses with up to 18 months of custom-tailored, formalized support from NYFA’s knowledgeable staff and network of experts. One technology-based arts enterprise selected will be selected for a special opportunity for a residency at Eyebeam, a nonprofit studio for collaborative experiments with technology toward a more imaginative and just world. By providing generous support to artists for research, production and education, Eyebeam makes ideas real.

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Artists Talk @ University of the Arts

Friday, December 2 2016, 2:30PM

Caroline Woolard will give a lecture as a Visiting Artist at University of the Arts.

Connelly Auditorium, Terra Hall, Room 806, 211 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA

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Keynote speaker at the NEA

Friday, November 18 2016, 1:00PM

For the 50th anniversary of the National Endowment for the Arts, Caroline Woolard will deliver a keynote about the future of the arts in the United States.

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Artist Talk at Bauhaus Universitaat

Tuesday, November 15 2016, 7:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give a talk at Bauhaus Universitaat in Weimar for the department of Media, Trend, and Public Appearance.

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Artists Talk @ the School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Tuesday, November 15 2016, 7:00PM

Caroline Woolard presents her work at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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Presenter at Platform Cooperative

Friday, November 11 2016, 12:00PM

Caroline will be presenting at Platform Cooperative hosted by the New School.

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Visiting Artist at Oxbow School

Sunday, October 23 2016, 7:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be a guest artist at the Oxbow School and will give a lecture on her work. 

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Visiting Artist and Workshop at Cornell University

Friday, September 16 2016, 10:00AM

Caroline Woolard: Free, Libre, Open Source Systems and Art 

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Session at Mildred's Lane

Monday, July 11 2016, 12:00PM

with Pablo Helguera and Leigh Claire La Berge

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Artists Talk at Akademie Schloss Solitude

Friday, June 10 2016, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will present at Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany as part of Complex Financial Instruments, a collaboration between artist G Douglas Barrett and economic theorist Leigh Claire La Berge.

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Lecture at Bromo Arts District

Thursday, May 19 2016, 7:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give a lecture at the Bromo Arts District in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Workshop at Guest Spot

Thursday, May 19 2016, 3:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give a workshop at Guest Spot at the Reinstitute in Baltimore, Maryland. 

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Workshop at MoMA

Tuesday, May 17 2016, 6:30PM

Caroline Woolard will give a workshop as part of the Art and Practice Seminar at the MoMA.

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Discussion at The Center for Cultural Innovation

Wednesday, April 27 2016, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be talking with 20 experts about preliminary findings of a year-long national study about support systems for artists and creative workers at the Center for Cultural Innovation in Los Angeles, California. 

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Artists Talk at Cornell University

Wednesday, April 20 2016, 5:30PM

Caroline Woolard will give an artists talk at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

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NYC Real Estate Investment Cooperative Meeting

Tuesday, April 19 2016, 6:30PM

NYC Real Estate Investment Cooperative is turning one year old!

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Visiting Artist Talk at Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Thursday, April 7 2016, 1:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give a talk at Minneapolis College of Art and Design in Minneapolis, Minnesota. 

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Artists Talk at University of Hartford

Tuesday, April 5 2016, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give a talk at the University of Hartford in Hartford, Connecticut.

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Keynote Speaker at Georgia State University

Wednesday, March 30 2016, 9:30AM

Caroline Woolard will appear as the Keynote Speaker at the Art History Graduate Forum's "Artivism" Symposium hosted by Georgia State University.

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Group Show at the Luminary

Friday, March 25 2016, 7:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be exhibiting work alongside Lika Volkova.

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OurGoods Idea Lab

Tuesday, March 15 2016, 6:30PM

OurGoods.org cofounders Jen Abrams and Caroline Woolard will facilitate a workshop at MoMA as part of the Idea Lab series.

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Artists Talk at Contemporary Art Museum Directors

Saturday, March 5 2016, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give an artists talk at Contemporary Art Museum Directors with Lise Soskolne from WAGE at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut

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Lunch Talk at Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography and Social Thought

Friday, February 26 2016, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be speaking with Natalia Radywyl at the Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography and Social Thought hosted by Parsons, The New School. 

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Guest Speaker at NYU

Thursday, February 18 2016, 4:00PM

Caroline Woolard will be a guest speaker at Mark Read’s class: Insistence and Possibility at NYU. 

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BFAMFAPhD at College Art Association

Thursday, February 4 2016, 12:30PM

Caroline Woolard, Susan Jahoda, Emilio Martinez Poppe will appear as guests on a panel at College Art Association as part of a Committee on Women in the Arts. 

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Visiting Artist Lecture at Syracuse University

Thursday, February 4 2016, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give a lecture at Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY.

 

 

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BFAMFAPhD @ The 8th Floor

Wednesday, February 3 2016, 6:30PM

Caroline Woolard with Vicky Virgin and Adjunct Commuter Weekly will appear in conversation at the 8th Floor discussing Arts Education as Cultural Capital.

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Exhibition at the Hunterdon Museum

Sunday, January 17 2016, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard's work will appear at the Hunterdon Art Museum in the exhibition Discomfort: Experiments in Furniture, Function and Form curated by Liz K. Sheehan. 

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Keynote Speaker at Art League Houston

Friday, January 8 2016, 7:15PM

Caroline Woolard will be a Keynote Speaker at Art League Houston in a talk titled, Everything I Make Comes Back Home to Live with Me.

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Visiting Artist Talk at Oxbow School

Monday, November 16 2015, 12:00PM

Caroline Woolard will give a talk at Oxbow School in Napa, California 

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