2017 Artist R&D Grant recipient Julie Comnick’s Arrangement for a Silent Orchestra will be open at the Coconino Center for the Arts from January 9 through February 10, 2018. There will be a members preview reception on Saturday, January 6, and public opening reception on Saturday, January 13. Comnick will perform a solo violin piece at both receptions.
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“My years of work as a researcher opened my eyes to the creativity that lies behind the scientific method. At the heart of science is curiosity and innovation; I believe art is a means to question the world around me.” Alexandra Jimenez is a recipient of a 2015 Artist Research & Development Grant. Artist Research and Development… Read more »
“As society continues to redefine nature, I explore alternative systems of human/animal interaction through interdisciplinary processes: Juxtaposing animal imagery with human spaces and subverting traditional ways of observing non-humans in contemporary human networks.” Lauren Strohacker, recipient of a 2015 Artist Research & Development Grant.
“There are no mistakes; creating a line is a balance between intention and recognizing the possibilities in the moment.” Paul Nosa, recipient of a 2015 Artist Research & Development Grant.
“My work is a conversation with history, a space in which photography can haunt itself. At this intersection of the old and the new, I create photographic objects and installations that comment on both our history and current state of existence.” David Emitt Adams, recipient of a 2015 Artist Research & Development Grant.