Venice Biennale 2019
11 May to 24 November, 2019.
Preview Events 9-10 May
Palazzo Mora and Palazzo Bembo
Since 2011, PERSONAL STRUCTURES is a recurring theme for the bi-annual Exhibition organized by the Global Art Affairs Foundation at Palazzo Mora, Palazzo Bembo and Giardini Marinaressa. At the invitation of the ECC and the GAA Foundation, Joan Hall will be included in the PERSONAL STRUCTURES-IDENTITIES, an official event of the 58th Venice Biennale. Her installation “The Invasion of Hull Cove” will be on view in Palazzo Mora.
Art and Environmental Advocacy Panel Discussion
July 9th, 2018
Event starts at: 6pm
Solo exhibition at the NEWPORT Art Museum, Newport, RI
May 19 – July 29th, 2018
Opening Reception: June 14, 5-7pm
SEA OF HEARTBREAK
There will be an article in the May/ June issue of Artscope about my work at the Newport Art Museum
as well as a feature article on my work in Hand Papermaking Magazine Summer issue on water.
Issues are available at Handpapermaking.org by membership or single issues.
Joan Hall, 5/18
5 GYRES EXPEDITION
Joan Hall will be a crew member on the research expedition with the 5 Gyres Institue aboard the schooner, the “Mystic”.
They will be sailing from Miami to The Eleuthera Islands documenting plastic in the ocean from June 2-4.
Once landing she will also be attending the youth summit on the island, a 3-day gathering of activists, artists, scientists, educators and island youth to explore and generate solutions to plastic pollution for island nations around the world.
5Gyres is a non-profit organization dedicated to conducting communicating about the global impact of plastic pollution in the world’s oceans, while developing strategies to eliminate the accumulation of plastic pollution in the 5 subtropical gyres. To learn more about this organization, visit www.5gyres.org
Update: The Miami Herald covered the expedition. Read their article at this link.
MUSEUM OF NEBRASKA ART
2401 Central Avenue
Kearney, NE 68847
Cut, formed, Pressed: Paper
17 October 2014-29 March 2015
At its simplest, paper is an item utilized in our every day life. Yet when placed in the hands of an artist and purposefully manipulated, the most basic becomes a complex., sometimes dimensional artwork that can speak of form, function, or our culture, our land, or our lives. This exhibition is comprised of work created by printers, book artists, sculptors, and painters who have delved into the cutting, forming, folding, pr pressing of paper to create small to monumental works of art.
Artists included are Karen Kunc, Bonnie O’Connell, Joan Hall Marvel Maring,Elmer Holzrichter, Reece Crawford, Ray Tomasso, Charley Friedman, Mary Day, George Neuber, Susan Knight, Ying Zhu, Denise Brady, among others.
Teliza Rodriguez, Curator
Joan Hall’s work PUBLISHED in SYNECDOCHE
FALL/WINTER ISSUE 2014
Synecdoche is a national literary publication that is comprised of poetry, fiction, non-fiction and visual art.
It is based at Brown University, Providence, RI.
Synecdoche is published bi-annually.
KIRKLAND FINE ARTS CENTER
Show August 30-September 27
JOAN HALL: Red Sky In Mourning
SCALE: A Gathering of Sculptors
April 16th, 2012
Join me at: SCALE: A Gathering of Sculptors, in San Antonio, TX June 5-7