As part of my exhibit at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft and the The National Museum of Women in the Arts' campaign #5womenartists for Women's History Month, I did a short interview about women and art with Mixed & Mastered: Turntable Kitsch curator Hayley McSwain. Read the interview here.
Mixed & Mastered: Turntable Kitsch, Debra Broz and Nick DeFord is up through May 8. Learn more about the show and see images of the work here.
I'll be showing a new sculpture, the Ethical Meat Animal, at Politics of the Plate coming up Saturday, March 12, 7-10 pm at Avenue 50 Studio in Highland Park, Los Angeles. Politics of the Plate is a group exhibit that explores food through identity, social significance and the ever-continuing class struggle.
Participating artists are Robert Lowden, Jaydee Dizon, Nancy Buchanan, Jacqueline Drager, Kim Abeles, Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young), Art Carrillo, Arni Texson, Debra Broz, Khalid Hussein, Lindsay Carron, Susanna Negrete, Leo Eguiarte, Jose Ramirez, Kacy Treadway, Molly Surazhsky + A Pop Up Kitchen by The Experimental Quesadilla Lab. Exhibit through April 2.
Get the details here.