Wednesday, October 06, 2021

The Journey to Know Yourself and Bring Light to the World. A Three-Part Video Series

Join world-renowned spiritual teachers Caroline Myss and Andrew Harvey for a FREE three-video teaching series on the psychological and spiritual implications of investigating those parts of yourself that you have buried, abandoned, or disavowed. 

Your Free Series Includes: The Sacred Path of the Shadow: 
In video #1, join Caroline Myss to explore the Shadow and how it shows up in your life. A Rigorous Discipline of Joy: 
 In video #2, Andrew Harvey discusses how to navigate a “Shadow attack.” The Biggest Shadow of Our Time: 
 In video #3, Caroline and Andrew invite you to discover the “seven great joys” waiting to support your journey.

























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Registration is now open for Facing Your Shadow with Caroline Myss & Andrew Harvey. For a limited time, save $200 off the regular price—plus, receive two free bonus gifts.


 

START HERE


Facing Your Shadow is an eight-week transformational learning experience with two of the most creative spiritual teachers and “Shadow busters” of our time, Caroline Myss and Andrew Harvey. The course is a guide to uncovering what you don’t know about yourself so you can come into alignment with your true power and purpose. And it is also a journey of self-confrontation, one that requires courage, truth-telling, and a willingness to grow.


We live in unprecedented times. Never before have we had such incredible powers to connect and create as well as divide and destroy. Now, as we do our inner work, we are also called upon to face the multiple Shadows of our collective crises. This is a brave undertaking—and also joyful, heart-opening, and meaningful. Few things fulfill us so deeply as discovering our true sacred mission and how we can bring our light to a world that so needs us.

 

In Facing Your Shadow, you’ll explore how to uncover the hidden parts of yourself and see the secret forces at play in the world. You’ll learn to:

 

  • Heal and transform the parts of yourself that keep causing the same negative patterns

  • Reveal your hidden archetypes and better understand their connection to the Shadow

  • Unearth new strengths, insights, and wisdom—there’s buried treasure in the Shadow too

  • See our collective Shadows and break free from the systems that keep you docile and disempowered

  • Step into your sacred calling and make a difference in a world that needs you now

 

When you commit to doing the work in Facing Your Shadow, you become fully empowered to create a life of purpose, joy, and meaning.

 

Now is the time to fully know yourself and bring your light to the world.

 

START NOW


 

We hope you’ll join the online course,


Anne

 

P.S. For a limited time, save $200 on the Facing Your Shadow course and get two free bonus gifts.


Second Annual Latela Curatorial Women in the Arts Exhibition

Monday, October 11 - Sunday, November 21, 2021

                            *Launch Party: Thursday, October 14th from 6-8pm.

The Silva Gallery x Latela Curatorial, Washington, DC

Public tickets are only $25 and can be purchased here. Please invite family and friends to attend! 

A vibrant nexus for contemporary art, the Second Annual Latela Curatorial Women in the Arts Exhibition is a curated 6-week program of intersectional placemaking, gap-filling, community-fostering exhibitions, receptions, artist-led programs, and dialogue. From October 11-November 21, 2021, Women in the Arts will take place through multiple platforms including SIX exhibition satellite locations, a digital exhibition catalogue, and a full roster of events online and in-person.

This is our main newsletter where we will be sending out a weekly email about the exhibition, with a reminder of opening hours per exhibition location + zoom talk links. Please register!

Collecting art is a joyful experience, which is also a direct investment to living artists and current culture. Today, in the year 2021, women artists’ sales still make up only 2% of the global market. Despite highly visible efforts to counter the absence of women artists in international museum collections, very little action has been directed toward this jarring discrepancy in emerging to established women artists’ primary survival mechanism: the creative economy. Women artists’ sales still make up only 2% of the global market  (artnet News) 

All exhibition artworks are available for purchase. 

Sign up here to receive artist program dates, locations and events

Monday, May 17, 2021

TELLUS/CAELUS: SEEING EARTH AND SKY, RECENT WORKS BY ANNE MARCHAND

On view from February 25th to Tuesday, May 18th, 2021.

Tomorrow is the last day to see the exhibition! Check it out online and in person before it closes on Tuesday, May 18, at 4pm. Stop by the historic Whittemore House in Dupont circle and check it out.  https://democraticwoman.org/museum-gallery/current-exhibition-2/

Gallery open 10am-4pm, Monday through Friday, by appointment. Call (202) 232-7363 to let them know you are coming. Masks required inside.








 


WOMAN’S NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC CLUB

1526 New Hampshire Avenue NW 
Washington, DC 20036

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Earth Day - Artist Insight



On Earth Day and this week, I'm sharing artist insights from the exhibition: “Tellus / Caelus: Seeing Earth and Sky.” Recent Work by Anne Marchand at the Woman's National Democratic Club Museum and Gallery on Instagram.

Insight Video can be seen on Instagram @annemarchandart

Stop by and see the “Tellus / Caelus: Seeing Earth and Sky.” art exhibition in the historic Whittemore House in Dupont Circle. Exhibition is free and open to the public. Call ahead and visit from M-F 10am - 4pm through May 18, 2021
💬A brochure is available with price list for those interested in purchasing a work of art. 


🔵👉🏽Bonus 🎞 A video, ‘Overview,’ is streaming online on the website and in the gallery by request. Want to hear from some of the people who are bringing back earth wisdom from space! Take a listen to the astronauts stories and you’ll be inspired.🚀 Ron Garan 
@astro.rongaran


Visit Anne Marchand on Instagram at @annemarchandart and Facebook at annemarchandart

Monday, November 16, 2020

The Latela Curatorial x Artsy: Women in the Arts Online Exhibition Room 6 is OPEN!

 

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The Latela Curatorial x Artsy: Women in the Arts Online Exhibition Room 6 is OPEN!

So much of creating art is related to surrender, which we highlight to remind ourselves that surrender is an act; a specific decision. Artwork in the last viewing room is about inner strength and trust, nonverbal communication, feeling and faith. When artists are rooted in deep purpose, what more is there to be depicted, studied or said about their practice? There is only to feel.


“8% of art galleries represent more women than men.” – National Museum of Women in the Arts


Do women make better subjects of art rather than as…
vessels of energy
vehicles of movement
containers of observations
nourishers of essence?

View Room 6

 

WEEK 6 ONLINE PROGRAMMING

 

>> Monday 11/16 - Instagram Takeover featuring Chris Brandell

>> Tuesday 11/17 - Instagram Takeover featuring Juliana Vallejo


>> Tuesday 11/17 @5pm EST - Zoom Panel Discussion: Art Uplifts the Spirit

Moderated by Marta Staudinger, Latela Curatorial Director ~ featuring Aliana Grace Bailey, Barbara Januszkidwicz, Christine Olmstead & Heather Lynn 

>> Wednesday 11/18 - Instagram Takeover featuring Anne Marchand

>> Thursday 11/19 - Instagram Takeover featuring Summer Blake


>> Thursday 11/19 @5pm EST - Zoom Panel Discussion: The Psyche, Intuitive Practice & Cosmic Phenomena

Moderated by Allison Nance, Arts Director at Culture House DC ~ featuring Janet Wittenberg, Marlowe Emerson, Nora Maccoby & Projected Reflections (Kathy A Williams)

>> Saturday 11/21 - Instagram Takeover featuring Taylor Andrews

>> Sunday 11/22 @3pm EST - Zoom Panel Discussion: Surrendering to the Creative Process

Moderated by Zoë Charlton, Fine Artist, Co-Director/Curator of 'sindikit and Associate Professor Department of Art at American University ~ featuring Annie Broderick & Marta Staudinger 

Did you miss Room 1? View here
Did you miss Room 2? View here
Did you miss Room 3? View here
Did you miss Room 4? View here
Did you miss Room 5? View here

The Latela Curatorial x Artsy: Women in the Arts Online Exhibition is a 6-week virtual exhibition featuring 102 women artists working across multiple media from DC, MD & VA. Artworks are exhibited by themes or "viewing rooms" and accompanied by six full weeks of online programming, including artist talks, studio visits and more!

Purchasing art made by women artists supports the gap in pay, auction market, press and exhibition representation of women in the arts.  Additionally, when you purchase artwork from this fair, you also support Latela Curatorial's mission to make space for women in arts management. Statistics on the underrepresentation of women in the arts below. 

 

THEMES / “VIEWING ROOMS”:

1. Materiality - In the Flesh; Women who Work with their Hands & Across Various Materials

2. Artist as Mother - Artist Mothers; The Creative Cycle & Ancestral Roles in Making Art

3. The Idea - Abstract to Surrealism Art

4. The Vision - Seeing & Being Seen 

5. Action & Existence; Activism Art & the Value of Collections/Collecting

6. The Surrender - Trust & Process 

 

**To keep this online exhibition interactive, all featured artwork will populate weekly on the Latela Curatorial Artsy Exhibitions Page by theme. The only opportunity to view all artwork featured at once (without waiting until week 6) is through the Collectors Package. See more below under “Become a VIP Collector”. 

GET INVOLVED!!


ACTION: You can help us by taking 2 minutes to:
1. Follow "Latela Curatorial" on Artsy
2. Follow EACH of the exhibiting artists 

This will boost each artists' algorithm to get in front of buyers searching for art on Artsy. 

If you are not in a position to purchase original art right now; you know someone who can. Be a voice, be active scrolling thru & following the exhibitions & artists on our Artsy.

Your engagement matters.

 
REGISTER (FREE)
DOWNLOAD THE CATALOGUE RAISONNÉ 
PURCHASE PANEL DISCUSSION ARCHIVE PASS 
BECOME A VIP COLLECTOR (CATALOGUE & ARCHIVE PASS)


Washington DC, Maryland & Virginia are home to some of the most important museums in the world, however the emerging and mid-career art scenes across this area do not receive the same press, art fair representation or sales as competitive art meccas such as NYC, Miami or LA. Financially supporting this art scene communicates an investment to living artists and current culture; a commitment that is just as important as - if not more important than - appreciating museums and institutions. Purchasing artwork by women artists - especially those working so close in and around the Nation's Capital during this political time - is an investment in the future of #womeninthearts. 

A percentage of proceeds from artworks sold during this exhibition will benefit the GLB Memorial Fund for the Arts, which provides financial support to women artists and curators who reside in Washington DC, Maryland or Virginia to further advance women-led contemporary art initiatives.

102 PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:

Alexandra Arata • Alexandra N Sherman • Aliana Grace Bailey • Amber Eve Anderson • Amy Hughes Braden • ANDiLAND • Anna U Davis •  Anne Hanger • Anne Marchand • Annie Broderick • Ashley Joi • Ashley Sauder Miller • Ashley Williams • Barbara Januszkidwicz • Behnaz Babazadeh • Blythe King • Brie Hayden • Camila Franco Ribeiro Gomide • Carina Tenaglia • CASIMIRA • Ceci Cole McInturff • Chris Brandell • Christina Flowers • Christine Olmstead • Clare Winslow • Dany Green • Elaine Jeffrey • Emon Surakitkoson • Erin Fostel • Erin Pedati • Eve White • Heather Jones • Heather Lynn Arts • Helen Diana Criales • Hiba Alyawer • J’Nell Jordan • Jackie Milad • Janet Tran • Janet Wittenberg • Jean Weicher • Jenny Freestone • Jessi Binder • Jordann Wine • Julia Clouser • Juliana Vallejo • Julie Bjarnhoff • Kate Fitzpatrick • Katie Pumphrey • Kay Fuller •  Kelly Walker • Kim Rice • Kimchi Juice (Julia Chon) • Kristin Adair • Kristin Gaudio Endsley • Kristina King • Kristyn Lee • Laila Abdul Hadi Jadallah • Lex Marie • Lina Alattar • Madelaine Sieracki • Madeline A. Stratton • Madison Bolls • Mahsa R Fard • Marissa Long • Marlowe Emerson • Marta Staudinger • Martina Sestakova • Maryam Rassapour • Meg Biram • Megan Maher • Mehves Lelic • Melissa Preston Jessell • Michelle Lisa Herman • Mina M. Jafari • Miriam Awad Murray • Nicole Ida Fossi • Nikia Kigler • Nina Q. Allen • Noel Kassewitz • Noir (Selena Jackson) • Nora Maccoby • Nune Vartanyan • P D Klein • Phaan Howng • Projected Reflections (Kathy A. Williams) • Rex Delafkaran • Rosa Ines Vera • Sara Dittrich • Sarah J. Hull • Sarah Jamison • Sarah Renzi Sanders • Sobia Ahmad • Stephanie Barber • Shyama R. Kuver • Stephanie Mercedes • StrangeLens • Sue Wrbican • Summer Blake • Susan Hostetler • Taylor Andrews • Tiffany de Lisio • Trap Bob


Please take a second to FOLLOW our Artsy page.

This is a free action that will boost our algorithm on the platform. If you like the artwork by our featured artists, please FOLLOW their pages too!!

Following our page & artist pages on Artsy takes 2 seconds & is free: an important way to support us!

Latela Curatorial is a full service art advisory firm and curatorial office based in Washington, D.C., specializing in mid-emerging women artists. LC provides contract curatorial services for a variety of organizations. Passionate about supporting the arts ecosystem in the nation's capital, LC excels in working with art collectors as well as architects/developers in an ever-gentrifying area and under represented art market to augment the area's artistic talents. 

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Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Pyramid Atlantic 10x10 Opening Receptions

10x10 Invitational

In Person and Online  |  100+ Artists  |  $50


NOVEMBER 13, 2020–JANUARY 3, 2021


 

Members' Online Preview, Friday, November 13, 1 - 4 pm. (link forthcoming) 

Members' Preview: Friday, November 13 (by appointment) 

Opening Day Saturday, November 14. 12 - 6 pm (by appointment) 

Online Gallery Opens Sunday, November 15

Over 100 works by local and regional talent will be for sale at just $50. Each work (as the title suggests) measures 10x10." Artwork will be cash-n-carry, meaning that you can get the piece immediately; no deferred gratification! Purchasing work is a great way to support Pyramid. All art for this show has been generously donated by the artists, therefore 100% of the sales support Pyramid's programs and facility

PLUS DJ Laura Lopez will be spinning vinyl throughout the evening. 

https://www.pyramidatlanticartcenter.org/10x10-invitational 

Not able to join us in person? We get it; these are strange times! 

That's why we are also doing a Members Online Preview from 1 - 4pm on Friday. Secret link coming to all members on that day. Online viewing for everyone else will be available starting Sunday, November 15. 

SAFETY FIRST

Masks are required to enter Pyramid Atlantic
Hand sanitizer is available as are our bathrooms, so keep your hands clean!
If you feel sick, STAY HOME.
Your time in the gallery will be limited to your ticketed slot to maintain appropriate social distancing. 

ADDITIONAL VIEWING DETAILS
Members' Online Preview, Friday November 13, 1 - 4 pm. (link forthcoming)
Members' Preview: Friday, November 13 (by appointment)
Opening Day Saturday, November 14. 12 - 6 pm (by appointment)
Online Gallery Opens Sunday, November 15

Gallery Hours begin Nov 15 (no appointment needed). 
Wednesday - Thursday from 10 - 8 pm
Friday-Saturday from 10 - 6
Sunday from 12 - 5 pm.

THE ARTISTS

Confirmed Artists:ALLAN AKMAN, KATIE ALDWORTH, JENNIFER AXNER, MAURICIO AYALA, RUSH BAKER, KIM BALBUENA, CHRISTY BALL, CHRIS BARCLAY, TATYANA BARTON, JESSICA BEELS, CHELSAE BLACKMAN, SHAWN BROWN, JO-ELLE BURGARD, WILL BURKE, ADJOA BURROWES, KIM BURSIC, AMY CALLNER, IRENE CHAN, MEI MEI CHANG, ELIZA CLIFFORD, CLARA CORNELIUS, SHEILA CRIDER, BETH CURREN, ALONZO DAVIS, JARED DAVIS, GRACE MARIE DEWITT, TYLIAH DIXON, AUBREY DUNN, RACHEL EGEN, LAUREN EMERITZ, JUAN ESPARZA, DAVID EVANS, CYNTHIA FARRELL JOHNSON, JAMILA ZAHRA FELTON, JEANA FOLEY, MARTINA FORNACE, JOSH FRANCO, KEVIN FRANCO, HELEN FREDERICK, JENNY FREESTONE, GAYLE FRIEDMAN, RIC GARCIA, BONNIE GARDINER, AZIZA GIBSON-HUNTER, ALEX GIRARDOT, SUSAN GOLDMAN, MEGHAN GORDON, KATE GORMAN, MAGGIE GOURLAY, DEBORAH GRAYSON, AMY GUADAGNOLI, MIKE HAGEN, MEGAN HAIDET, SERENA HOCHAROEN, KEVIN HUA, SARAH J. HULL, IMAR HUTCHINS, JEANNETTE IBARRA SHINDELL, ANNIE IMMEDIATA, MARTY ITTNER, ROSE JAFFE, FLEMING JEFFRIES, WAYSON JONES, J’NELL JORDAN, NILOU KAZEMZADEH, BRONWYN KING, JESSE KIRSCH, SHANELL KITT, ALICE KRESSE, SELENE LAMARCA, KHÁNH LÊ, JUN LEE, JUNE LINOWITZ, JANE LUEDERS, PETER MALINOSKI, ANNE MARCHAND, BETSY MARTIN, JANET MATTHEWS, SARAH MATTHEWS, KATIE MEYER, DAVID MILLER, STEVEN MUNOZ, SARAH NOREEN, HELEN O’CONNOR, CORY OBERNDORFER, JOHN ORTIZ, KRISTA PARK, NICOLE PARKER, MARTAPÉREZ, ALANNA REEVES, EDGAR REYES, KOREY RICHARDSON, MICHELLE ROBERTS, SHARON ROBINSON, NAN ROCHE, FRANC ROSARIO, JORDAN SANDERS, GRETCHEN SCHERMERHORN, ADI SEGAL, GAIL SHAW-CLEMONS, JEN SHECKELS, ELA SIKORSKA, MICHAEL ENN SIRVET, ANNE SMITH, ROHAUN STEPHENSON, STEVEN STICHTER, MARTIN SWIFT, KAT TANAKA, OLUWATOYIN TELLA, KIM THORPE, PRIYA VADHYAR, JULIANA VALLEJO, DANNY VARILLAS, JENNY WALTON, DENISE WAMALING, MARK WAMALING, HADIYA WILLIAMS, CLARE WINSLOW.

This exhibition is made possible in part through support from the Maryland State Arts Council (msac.org), The Morris & Gwendolyn Foundation, and the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, Department of Parks and Recreation, Prince George’s County. 

PYRAMID ATLANTIC INC

4318 Gallatin Street

Hyattsville, MD 20781

ABOUT PYRAMID ATLANTIC ART CENTER
Founded in 1981, Pyramid Atlantic is a nonprofit contemporary art center fostering the creative disciplines of papermaking, printmaking, and book arts within a collaborative community. We equip, educate, and exhibit in our historic Hyattsville home. Our vision is to create an artistic hub in Hyattsville that inspires and enables local, national, and international artists to create and innovate in our core disciplines; elevates the local arts and small business scene; and enhances the quality of life for artists and neighbors. We value artistic excellence, infrastructure for artists, hands-on experiences, and collaboration.