Goodman, Elyssa. "Madame Gandhi Is Here to Disrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Programming." Billboard, 9 Sept. 2017,
Summer Thursdays: Madame Gandhi
Thursday, August 24, 6:30–9:00 p.m.
The Museum of Modern Art
MoMa proudly presents Summer Thursdays, featuring: Madame Gandhi on Thursday, August 24, 6:30–9:00 p.m. Performance will take place in the Sculpture Garden. Please note: Sculpture Garden and indoor seating are limited and on a first-come, first-served basis. Regular Museum admission applies.
The musical component of Summer Thursdays 2017 features artists who embody a borderless musical vocabulary; combining sonic and lyrical traditions from around the world, they trace the contours of their multicultural backgrounds and transcend traditional ideas of citizenship, nations, and boundaries. These musicians are deeply immersed in the defining challenges of the 21st century. With roots in Africa, Asia, South America, North America, and Europe, but currently residing in New York or elsewhere in the United States, each personifies an inclusive attitude filled with heart and soul.
Organized in collaboration with PopRally and on the occasion of the digital exhibition Crossing Borders: Immigration and American Culture, the musical component of Summer Thursdays 2017 is presented in conjunction with Citizens and Borders, a series of projects at MoMA related to works in the collection that offer critical perspectives on histories of migration, territory, and displacement.
Reception and awards ceremony- Friday, June 2nd, 4pm - 6pm at Alexander Hall, 668 Indian St., Savannah, GA
SCAD's painting department presents their annual senior B.F.A. exhibition. Enjoy a variety of pieces that explore traditional and contemporary methods, and feature each artist's unique vision and development. The exhibition is juried by SCAD painting alumni mentor Alex Gingrow and curated by painting professor Vanessa Platacis and assistant curator of SCAD exhibitions Ben Tollefson.
Excerpt from Asli Shebe's review on From the Hand
“It’s celebrating that differentiation and that variation through that,” said Hentze about the entire body of work. “Our goal was to celebrate the different work and the variation of different mediums and approaches and styles,” said Hentze, a native of Long Island, New York.
The thought that all of the varying work, no matter how diverse they may be, comes from the hand is where the name for their group exhibition “From the Hand” came from, and the thread that ties the five of them together."
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Opening Reception- March 3rd, 6pm - 9pm at Welmont, 1930 Montgomery St, Savannah, GA
Artist Talk- March 4th, 11am - 1pm
From the Hand is a group show of work by the artists Jinny Choi, Abby Cochran, Hanna Hentze, Morgan Smith, and Oliver Stephens. Through a variety of art practices the concept of physical manipulation is explored. The works exemplify how painting, sculpture, and installation serve as powerful testaments to the human ability to create through physical manipulation of media. Artists: Choi, Cochran, Hentze, Smith, and Stephens found unity in their shared passion for the tactile pleasure of creating with their hands.
Opening Reception for the student showcase- February 24th, 5pm-7pm at Alexander Hall, 668 Indian St., Savannah, GA
SCAD presents the eighth edition of deFINE ART, featuring renowned artist and color theory pioneer Carlos Cruz-Diez as the honoree and keynote speaker. Taking place Feb. 21-24, 2017, at SCAD locations in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia and Hong Kong, deFINE ART highlights emerging and established artists and visionaries.
Opening Reception- November 17th, 6pm- 7:30pm at Gutstein Gallery, 201 E. Broughton St., Savannah, GA
Small Works is a juried group exhibition of a variety of medias including photography, painting, printmaking, jewelry, fibers, sculpture, artists books and illustration. All works are for sale and measure 18 inches or less in all dimensions. The reception is free and open to the public.
Opening Reception- October 21st, 5pm- 7pm at Alexander Hall, 668 Indian St., Savannah, GA
Open Studio showcases SCAD painting student and alumni work. In this juried exhibition, all work is available for purchase. The event is free and open to the public, allowing exclusive access to view up-and-coming artists work as well as an opportunity to view the artists studio spaces.
Opening Reception- October, 21st, 5pm-7pm at Alexander Hall, 668 Indian St., Savannah, GA
Paper Works is a juried SCAD exhibition featuring painting, drawing, photography and printmaking. All work utilizes paper as its primary medium and is available for purchase. The reception coincides with Open Studio and is free and open to the public.
Hentze's work is featured in Studio Visit Magazine: Volume 34, on pages 88 and 89. The magazine is a juried exhibition of international visual artists work; curated by Michael Lash, Independent Curator and former Director of Public Arts, City of Chicago.
Opening Reception- February 19th, 5pm-7pm at Alexander Hall, 668 Indian St., Savannah, GA
Hanna Hentze is exhibiting several paintings in the deFINE Art 2016 student showcase. The juried group exhibition features the best of original SCAD student artwork. All artwork is available for purchase and the event is free and open to the public.
SCAD presents the seventh edition of deFINE ART, an annual program of fine art exhibitions, lectures, performances and public events. Taking place Feb. 16-19, 2016, at SCAD locations in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia, and Hong Kong, deFINE ART 2016 features renowned artist Carrie Mae Weems as the honoree and keynote speaker.