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Weitz will discuss how her work uses humor and ritual to propose ethically-grounded and intersectional reconsiderations of pressing contemporary issues. In 2017, Weitz created her performative project My Golem, which centers on her embodiment of the mythical creature drawn from Jewish mysticism and Yiddish folklore. A futuristic highly-stylized figure covered with white mud, she was brought to life to respond to contemporary challenges including climate catastrophe, white supremacy, antisemitism, and xenophobia.
Weitz has been featured in Artforum, Art in America, the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, BOMB, LA Confidential, Photograph Magazine, Hyperallergic, and on KCRW. Her first solo museum exhibition opened at The Contemporary Jewish Museum (San Francisco, CA) in June 2021. Weitz is a 2020-21 Cultural Trailblazer of the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs and a Wallis Annenberg Helix Fellow at Yiddishkayt. She has received grants from the California Center for Cultural Innovation, The Banff Centre, Asylum Arts, and the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. Weitz currently teaches in Los Angeles and is a contributing writer to Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles. She also founded the Instagram account @Jews4BlackLives, which serves as an educational hub for the Jewish activist community in solidarity with Black Lives Matter.
9/21/21 7:00pm - 8:00pm
Vermont Studio Center, Johnson
Can You Bring It: Bill T. Jones and D-Man in the Waters brings to life the creative process that culminated in choreographer-dancer-director Bill T. Jones’s tour de force ballet D-Man in the Waters, one of the most important works of art to come out of the AIDS crisis. Through an extraordinary collage of interviews, archival material, and uniquely powerful cinematography, this lyrical documentary uses the story of this iconic dance to illustrate the power of art and the triumph of the human spirit.
VTIFF Virtual, Burlington
The Boynes Emerging Artist Award is an international, independent artist run online award. We provide a platform for talented artists worldwide to showcase and get rewarded for their incredible works.
Emerging artists worldwide are welcome to submit all visual 2D & 3D mediums ie Painting, Drawing, Photography, Mixed Media and Sculpture. There is no set theme. For a detailed look at our Rules and definition of an "emerging artist", please visit our website.
Our 5th Edition brings our 1st Place winner $4,000 USD cash, $250 in art supplies from Blick Art Materials, a published interview, long term access to the BEAA marketing team as well as social & digital marketing. You can find a complete breakdown of our prize pool on our website.
Lorette C Luzajic
Entry Fee [Early Bird 15% OFF]
3 images $45, 5 images $60, 8 images $88,10 images $100
$7000 in cash prizes, $250 Blick Art Materials, published articles, marketing team
8/1/21 12:00am - 11/22/21 11:55pm