Amanda Browder is the type of artist whose work you spot a mile away. Her signature geometric patterns of bright, community-sourced fabrics wrap buildings and structures all around the country – but no matter the location, the pieces are always unmistakably hers. However, according to the artist, these projects are not just hers. Browder encourages people to contribute to her landmark fabric sculptures, providing an entirely new level of accessibility in public art.
Color, enthusiasm and culture. That’s what Seth Soloway, Director at The Performing Arts Center at Purchase College (PAC), experienced during his recent trip to Mexico – and that’s just what he has brought back home to Westchester.
We at ArtsWestchester, along with our colleagues throughout the state, mourn the loss of Judith Johnson, widely recognized as one of the leading educators in the Hudson Valley, and member of the New York State Board of Regents.