Amie Potsic, CEO and Principal of Amie Potsic Art Advisory LLC, will give a lecture on Legacy Planning and Art Assets at HOT•BED on November 12, 2019.
Join us on Saturday, November 16 from 2 - 5 PM for the closing reception of Girl in the Garden: Danger in Paradise!
Girl in the Garden, a solo exhibition of new work by Amie Potsic, addresses climate change through the complex viewpoints of girlhood, Magical Realism, and deforestation. With site-specific installations, large-scale photographic prints, and mixed media works, Ms. Potsic collaborates with Hot Bed, a unique horticulture and fine art gallery, to produce an encompassing exploration of feminine reckoning, the forested life-blood of our planet, and the fate of humankind. Ms. Potsic challenges our assumptions about female agency while conjuring a strong and personal connection to the forest and our future. Comingling narrative, contemplation, and immersive experience, her work invites a creative dialogue around climate change, the disruption of gender expectations, and the power of imaginative action.
To see more from the project: https://www.amiepotsicartadvisory.com/girl-in-the-garden-danger-in-paradise
Join us for a lively discussion and presentation on the positive impact of the arts on the Climate Change movement and how creativity and storytelling can create change.
Artist Marjan Moghaddam gave an artist talk at Rowan University's Art Gallery on January 31, 2019.
From One Continent to Another artist Agathe Bouton, gives an artist talk at 3rd Street Art Gallery in Philadelphia.
From One Continent to Another, legacy exhibition featuring Agathe Bouton, curated by Amie Postic Art Advisory and presented at 3rd Street Art Gallery in Philadelphia.
AMIE POTSIC, INVITED CURATOR FOR LET'S CONNECT, A PROJECT OF THE BARNES FOUNDATION IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MURAL ARTS PHILADELPHIA
Let’s Connect: Philly’s Artists Take on the Barnes challenged the city’s artists to create a work of their own in response to a single work of art in the Barnes collection. 310 artists submitted work for consideration and their work was displayed in an exhibition at the Barnes, so the public and a team of curators could select which four artists would be invited for a residency on-site in the Mural Arts Studio at the Barnes.
We reviewed portfolios of students from around the country seeking BFA and MFA degrees in photography and related media. It was also a great opportunity to reconnect with photographic educators, fellow photographers, and the wonderful medium of photography itself.