Artists should be available February 15 or 16 for supply and set up of their tasks, and are highly encouraged to provide partaking and collaborative workshops or interactions with the common public on February 17 or 18. The gallery may even be open to the general public on Saturday, February 19, and ephemera will remain on exhibition via February 25. Originally formatted as a pop-up exhibition and meet-up occasion for artists and curators, ARTexchange offers a chance for artists to share their work and construct affinities with other artists, historians, curators, and cultural producers. Following this event, CAA will launch a series of short movies from authors discussing their specific chapters throughout the e-book, together with Julia A. Sienkewicz, Judith Brodsky, Ellen Levy, and Karen Leader.

  • Researchers and artists are working to revive biodiversity in Kofele, Ethiopia, by way of a 50-meter tree nursery in the shape of a lion