We're happy to announce that CSA+D Brooklyn is participating in TRANSFORMER's Locally Sourced exhibition at the American University Museum in Washington, D.C., on view until March 15th. One work from each of the 24 artists from the 2013 and 2014 seasons is on view, along with art from art CSAs and flat file programs around the country.
Locally Sourced, the first exhibition in the Do You Know Where Your Art Comes From? series, provides an in-depth look at the extensive collections of six regionally focused CSA (Community Supported Art) and flat file programs that seek to grow recognition and support for artists in their communities. Locally Sourced features over 200 small works and multiples in a variety of mediums, including drawing, painting, hand silk-screens, digital prints, photography, collage, sculpture, video, and more.
The FRAMEWORK Panel Discussion will take place March 3rd at the AU Katzen Art Center Auditorium with directors of the six contributing organizations in Locally Sourced, including CSA+D Brooklyn co-founder Jill Allyn Peterson.
Congratulations to the CSA+D artists - we're looking forward to seeing their work among that of artists and makers from around the country!