Recent Satellite Projects:


Spring Break Art Show black and white logo

Facts: Alternate is a group show with a nod to Kellyanne Conway for its title which presents the work of activist artists Rita Valley, David Borawski, and Margaret Roleke. All three artists create pieces which call out the current administration and their constant everyday outrageous lies which enter social media and become legitimate facts somehow.

These artists works also reference other misrepresentations presented to the American people over the years by those in power.

 

SPRING/BREAK Art Show returns to Armory Arts Week for its 8th annual show with 
FACT AND FICTION
 from March 5th - 11th, 2019
866 UN PLAZA (Entrance at 866 E 48th Street)

VIP FIRST LOOK & PRESS PREVIEW Tuesday, March 5th 11am - 4pm
VIP OPENING NIGHT Tuesday, March 5th 4pm - 8pm

REGULAR SHOW DAYS
Wednesday - Monday, March 6th-11th, 11am - 7pm

Tickets: https://springbreakartshow.eventbrite.com
For more information visit: http://www.springbreakartshow.com

 

  •  Installing art at Spring Break Art Fair
  • Installing art at Spring Break Art Fair
  •  Installing art at Spring Break Art Fair
  •  Installing art at Spring Break Art Fair
  •  Installing art at Spring Break Art Fair
  •  David, Rita, Margaret and Ellen at the show
  •  woman in front of sign that says Weapons of Mass Detruction at the art fair
  •  Woman in black coat with multi colored polka dots
  •  Rita's colorfull WTF pillows
  •  Us, Them text with a suspended prism pink light
  • Visiotr viewing illustrations
  •   Rita's colorfull WTF pillows
  •  hugs at the show

 

 


 

Sound Garden with John Morton and Jacqueline Shatz
November 16, 2018 to February 24, 2019
Opening Tuesday November, 27 6-8 pm

ODETTA will be traveling John Morton's Fever Songs to the Morris Museum in Morristown, NJ. Friday, November 16, 2018 – Sunday, February 24, 2019

John Morton, Noted Composer, Instrument Builder, and Sound Artist, Brings His Sonic Ingenuity to the Morris Museum with Sound Garden a series of interactive installations in collaboration with visual artist Jacqueline Shatz.

For more information, call (973) 971-3700, or visit http://www.morrismuseum.org.

Culture Vultures, Jersey Arts Arts Weekly, Susan Wallner, PCK Media and Manny Igrejas, Sound Garden, Installations by John Morton and Jacqueline Shatz at the Morris Museum, January 24, 2019
http://features.jerseyarts.com/content/index.php/nj-podcasts/2019/01/sound-garden-installations-by-john-morton-and-jacqueline-shatz/

Northern Lights Studio, Iris Brooks, "Listening: Musings at the Morris Museum," January 2019 http://nlscreativemedia.com/NORTHERN_LIGHTS_STUDIO/Calendar.html

Northern Lights Studio, Jon Davis and Iris Brooks, Fever Songs, January 4, 2019 https://vimeo.com/309552487

WNYC, New Sounds, John Schafer, "WNYC Gig Alert: Sound Garden at the Morris Museum (John Morton)," November 23, 2018 http://www.newsounds.org/story/sound-garden-morris-museum/

  • Fever Songs Fever Songs
  • Fever Songs The Voyage Out



 

October- November, 2018
CT Contemporary Art Fair,
curated by Melanie Carr, Owner Melanie Carr Gallery, Essex, CT. with Mary Dwyer, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Elizabeth Gourlay, Rachel Heller, Hong Hong, Jenny Kanaus, Janet Passehl, and Sarah Rohlfing

  • Exhibition dates: October 14th - November 10th
  • Preview review: October 13th, 6-8P — please do join!
  • Public opening: October 14th, 2-5P
  • Deinstallation: November 11th, 12th


October, 2018
Stephen Maine, Fire and Ice, ICEHOUSE Project Space, co-curated by Ellen Hackl Fagan of ODETTA and K. K. Kozik of ICEHOUSE Project Space. October 6- November 3, 2018. Opening Reception: Saturday October 6, 4-6 pm. Closing Reception: Saturday Nov 3, 4-6 pm. 

Two Coats of Paint, Sharon Butler - Editor, "Stephen Maine and the Ice Trade," Dec 29, 2018 http://www.twocoatsofpaint.com/2018/12/


  • Ice House Ice House
  • Ice House Ice House
  • Ice House Ice House
  • Ice House Ice House
  • Ice House Ice House
  • Ice House Ice House



October, 2018
Huuto Arts Collective with ODETTA at M. David Studio October 19 - November 4, 2018: THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG