Community update with Alexandra Huddleston Alexandra Huddleston participated in our 2016 artist residency for photographers How to Flatten a Mountain. Born in Freetown, Sierra Leone and raised in Bethesda, Maryland, USA, and Bamako, Mali, her upbringing has led her to explore landscape and culture from an international and interdisciplinary perspective. In 2007, she won a […]
Blackbird Cultur-Lab, an experimental culture-farm set in Wexford, will host a free event on Saturday, April 9th, from 11 am to 1 pm. Everyone is welcome. Address: Blackbird Cultur-Lab, Haresmead, Foulkesmills, Co. Wexford. Y35XW93 Visiting International and Irish artists Karl Logge, Sara Lundy, Lar O’Toole, Marta Romani, and Anne Vetter have been taking part in […]
Community update with Alex Westfall In 2014 we met Alex as a student during our summer program Art on the Farm. Two years later she returned to participate in our photography residency How to Flatten a Mountain. In the years since, she has completed her undergraduate studies, earning a BA in Modern Culture and Media […]
Community update with Mathilde Ganancia We first met Mathilde Ganancia in 2014 as one of five artists for our autumn residency that year. Since then, Mathilde has returned several times for both shorter residencies and to teach during our summer art program Art on the Farm. It is a genuine pleasure anytime she returns, most […]
Community update with Maria Hinds Maria Hinds is one of our dearest friends. She was instrumental in the early development of the design language for Cow House and has provided almost all of our print and web design since the beginning. She was also one of our first residency artists back in 2008, and her […]
Community update with Sarah Pannell Sarah Pannell was a participant in our 2018 residency How to Flatten a Mountain. She is an Australian visual artist whose work concerns culture, landscape, tradition, and community. Sarah received a BA in International Studies from Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia in 2009 and a BA in Photography, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia […]
Community update with Sarah Bastacky Sarah Bastacky was a student during our summer program back in 2014. She graduated this spring from Bard College with a BA in Studio Arts and is currently based in New York’s Hudson Valley. Sarah’s projects and performances invite puppets, paintings, and whatever else necessary into the process of building a […]
Community update with Kate Strain
Kate Strain is the Artistic Director of Grazer Kunstverein. Based between Graz, Austria and Dublin, her ongoing curatorial projects include Department of Ultimology, a new department established with Fiona Hallinanin in 2016 at Trinity College Dublin and RGKSKSRG, the paired curatorial practice of Rachael Gilbourne and Kate Strain.
We were fortunate to work with Kate on two projects. The first, I like to eat with my hands, took place in 2015 under the collaborative practice RGKSKSRG. The second, The Centre For Dying On Stage #3, took place in 2016 with the support of The Arts Council‘s Curator in Residence scheme. Kate generously took some time out of her hectic schedule to answer a few of our questions.
Community update with Woosung Lee
Woosung Lee participated in our residency program in the autumn of 2014. Based in Seoul, Korea, his painting and drawing practice draw upon memory, nostalgia and humor to create whimsical tapestries that can exist both within a gallery setting or unexpected urban settings. In 2017 he provided a wonderful illustration for a limited edition run of mugs to fund the scholarship program for Art on the Farm, our summer art program.
In 2009 Woosung received his BFA in painting from Hongik University, Seoul, Korea and in 2012, his MFA from Korea National University of Arts, Seoul, Korea. Woosung has exhibited his work widely both in Korea and abroad and has taken some time away from his active studio practice to answer a few of our questions.
Community update with SV Randall SV Randall was one of five artists invited to participate in our 2016 autumn artist residency, The Centre for Dying on Stage. He is an interdisciplinary artist working with sculpture, photography and installation to examine the relationship between consumer, commodity, and transformation. His artist statement asserts that “Within a culture of feverish consumption and […]
Cow House Co Director Frank Abruzzese will be making his annual trip to the United States just before Thanksgiving, and is looking forward to catching up with family, old friends and the many students and artists who are now part of the growing Cow House community. He will be attending several events this December to […]
Sunday 2nd November, 2014, 1pm – 6pm Please join us in viewing recent work by our 2014 residency artists; Mathilde Ganancia (France), Joey Bryniarska (UK) and Paul Gaffney (Ireland). During their residency, these artists are given the time and space to develop a new body of work. Cow House Open Studios offers the community a […]
Community update with Peter Allen Hoffmann
New to our Cow House Studios community section is a brief Q&A with former residency artist Peter Allen Hoffmann. Peter is a painter based in Brooklyn, New York. In 2005, he graduated with an MFA from Hunter College. He’s exhibited in Ireland, Germany and throughout the US. In 2008 he was one of our first residency artists, and has remained a close friend. His most recent solo exhibition Outer Space ran from May 30 – July 6, 2013 at Freight + Volume in New York. You can read our conversation here.
Community update with Amy Weiss-Meyer
We have just updated our community page to include a Q&A session with 2009 Art on the Farm alumna Amy Weiss-Meyer. As a Sophomore, she was part of our second ever summer session. Now a student at Harvard University, Amy has stayed in touch with us over the years. Amy has represented Cow House Studios at several summer fairs and even came for a visit during the summer of 2013. She is currently editor for The Harvard Crimson blog Flyby. You can read our discussion here.
We’re happy to announce that we have added a new section to our website dedicated to catching up with former students, residency artists and teachers. We can hardly believe we’re going into our seventh year of programming, and some of our first students are now graduating from college! In our first interviews you can read […]
Sunday 10th November, 1pm – 6pm Please join us this Sunday in viewing recent work by our 2013 residency artists; Corinne Schulze, Ian Clark and Seulki Ki. During their ten week stay, these artists have been given the time and space to concentrate on making a new body of work. Cow House Open Studios offers […]
Two of our former students Jordana Gluckow and Allegra Sussman have been recognized by the National Foundation for the Advancement of the Arts for their outstanding photography. The photograph above is from Jordana’s series exploring the people and places in our local community. The NFAA YoungArts program is the signature national organization that recognizes and […]
Sunday 20th November, 2pm – 6pm Please join us this Sunday in viewing recent work by our 2011 residency artists; Antony Clarkson (UK), Sabina Mac Mahon (Ireland), Shiro Masuyama (Japan) and Hilary Wilder (USA). During their ten week stay, these artists were given the time and space to concentrate on making a new body of […]
At the beginning of December we said goodbye to our four residency artists. It was an absolute pleasure to host Gail, Laurie, Marisol and Matthew for ten weeks, to see the work they created and enjoy great company and conversations over dinner. The residency provided these artists with the time and space to develop their […]
Sunday 14th November, 1pm – 6pm Please join us in viewing recent work by our 2010 residency artists; Gail Cunningham (USA), Matthew Denniss (UK), Laurie Lax (UK) and Marisol Malatesta (Peru). During their ten week stay, these artists are given the time and space to concentrate on making a new body of work. Cow House […]