Author Archives: Ann T. Rosenthal

About Ann T. Rosenthal

eco/community artist, educator, writer

NEW WEB SITE!

Dear friends, followers, colleagues, I have neglected this blog as I have been building and maintaining my new web site, which you can see here: locusartstudio.org. Please visit me at LOCUSArt while I catch up with this blog–much to convey … Continue reading

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Catching up… half way through 2016!

This year is whizzing by with little time to post here! Much of my creative time has been consumed with community art education projects. Here’s a quick recap… The Spring session of LUNA, my ecoliteracy and art after-school program, wrapped … Continue reading

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A Busy Start to 2016

It’s hard to keep track these days of all the (matzo) balls I have in the air! However, here’s what’s currently on my plate: Exhibition: Takashi Morizumi: Autoradiography from Fukushima As a member of Remembering Hiroshima, Imagining Peace (RHIP), I … Continue reading

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Slow Art II: Flora Project

It’s been nearly a year since I posted “Slow Art” on Valentine’s Day. Last weekend I completed a botanical ‘portrait’ of Fagus grandifolia – American Beech. It was part of an annual project sponsored by Phipps Conservatory. Each year Phipps … Continue reading

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Moving Targets – Fall Update!

Moving Targets, my three-year research project and culminating art installation with Steffi Domike has come to a close, at least for now. Our fifth showing of the project at Christine Frechard Gallery in Pittsburgh (above) was a big success. See … Continue reading

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Moving Targets Exhibition & Book Launch, August 29

It has been an intensive summer, working on the Moving Targets catalog, which is almost ready to print, and preparing for our exhibition at Christine Frechard Gallery in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, opening August 29 (through September). We … Continue reading

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Spring Recap!

Finally, Spring has come, late in these parts. Flowers are beginning to bloom along with the weeds; winter grime begs for attention; deadlines loom. Herewith, a recap of recent and ongoing projects… Moving Targets Catalog & Crowdfunding The Moving Targets … Continue reading

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Slow Art: Embarking on 2015 (for Valentine’s Day)

While reading a review of the New Museum’s upcoming triennial in the NYTimes (“Where Virtual Equals Real”), I was thinking how my creative impulses couldn’t be much further afield. This exhibition is dominated by digital dystopias tackling what the article … Continue reading

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2014 Year In Review!

It’s been a busy year with exhibitions of Moving Targets in four states, coordinating centenary programs through Project Passenger Pigeon Pittsburgh, two trips to Southern California, and much more!  Here’s a recap… January/February Ruth Fauman Fichman researched our family genealogies … Continue reading

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Ann Arbor Show Closes, On to Pittsburgh!

The  Moving Targets “Passenger Pigeon Portrait Gallery”  featuring 14 artists each representing a state in the former nesting range of the pigeon, had a very successful run at the Art & Environment Gallery, School of Natural Resources and the Environment … Continue reading

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