1. I, YOU, WE: Art & AIDS


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    In this video, the relationship between art and the AIDS epidemic is explored through Whitney collection works and an interview with artist Sue Coe.

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    • Deck the Walls


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      2012 Deck the Walls at the New York Academy of Art. The most festive and art-filled holiday party in NYC, featuring hundreds of small and affordable works by the Academy's exceptionally talented community of artists.

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      • Artist in Residence: Sue Coe | Printmaking | Parsons The New School for Design


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        School of Art, Media and Technology - http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/amt - Study Design and Technology at Parsons The New School for Design in New York City. The New School is a university in New York City offering distinguished degree, certificate, and continuing education programs in art and design, liberal arts, management and policy, and the performing arts. Born in England, Sue Coe came to the United States in 1972 and began work as an illustrator for the op-ed page of the New York Times. Since then she has contributed her drawings to The Nation, Entertainment Weekly, The Progressive, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone and Artforum, among other publications, as well as authoring four books. She focuses on political and social systems and has brought into stark visual forms the violence of racism in the United States, famine in Africa, Apartheid, AIDS, and the atrocities of factory farming. Coe says she is able to pursue her artistic activism because she is an optimist. She believes that when wrongs are revealed to people, they will listen, contemplate the situations, and in many cases take action. Says Coe, "I couldn't do what I am doing if I believed otherwise." This is a part of an Artist-In-Residence pilot program, sponsored by Parsons School of Art, Media + Technology, The Vera List Center for Art and Politics, The Curatorial Research Lab, The New School Art Collection, and the Illustration Program.

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        • Dana Schutz


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          2012 Art & Culture Lecture Series - Dana Schutz - New York Academy of Art - Dec 5th.

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          • Cara DeAngelis - Studio Visit


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            Cara DeAngelis was born and raised in the harsh, wooded terrain of undomesticated CT. Brought up in such exotic and wild conditions fueled her natural inclination toward the work she makes concerning death and domestication.

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            • Sue Coe - Art & Culture


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              Sue Coe is an English artist and illustrator, working primarily in drawing and printmaking, often in the form of illustrated books and comics. She grew up close to a slaughterhouse and developed a passion to stop cruelty to animals.

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              • Sue Coe: Cruel - Animal Bodies


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                One of the foremost political artists working today, Sue Coe has documented the atrocities committed by people against animals, as well as the atrocities that humans commit against one another through racial, class and gender inequities. She has come to the conclusion that humankind's relationship to the natural environment is the most compelling social issue of our time. A firm believer in the power of the media to effect change, Coe’s work has been published in the New York Times, the New Yorker, Rolling Stone, Art News, and many other periodicals. Accessible to a broad audience, Sue Coe’s etchings, lithographs and woodcuts are popular and highly collected. Co-sponsored by ArtsEngine, Living Arts and the U-M Museum of Art (UMMA). This lecture took place on March 22, 2012 as part of the University of Michigan School of Art & Design's Penny W. Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series. Established with the generous support of alumna Penny W. Stamps, the Speaker Series brings respected emerging and established artists/designers from a broad spectrum of media to the School to conduct a public lecture and engage with students, faculty, and the larger University and Ann Arbor communities. All programs take place on Thursdays at 5:10 pm at the historic Michigan Theater, located at 603 E. Liberty Street in downtown Ann Arbor, and are free of charge and open to the public. For more information, please visit: http://art-design.umich.edu/stamps

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                • Sue Coe: Art of the Animal


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                  New York-based British artist, Sue Coe, in sketching, drawing, and painting what she has seen in factory farms, slaughterhouses and other places where animals are made to suffer all over the world, is both witness and change agent. Our Hen House (www.ourhenhouse.org), the internet’s hub of all things vegan and animal rights (which was just named by VegNews Magazine the Indie Media Powerhouse of 2011), is proud to announce the latest installment in our Art of the Animal series: a new video-short, “Sue Coe: Art of the Animal.” Our Hen House’s ongoing Art of the Animal video series speaks with artists of all kinds who speak up for animals through their medium. Now, we invite you and your site’s visitors to experience the revelatory images that document the reality of animal exploitation, and to learn first-hand from Sue Coe how her journey into this oftentimes dark, but very real world, manifested. Directed by Our Hen House’s Executive Director, Jasmin Singer, the video-short takes the viewer on a journey narrated by Sue Coe, and features selections from her vast body of work. Coe describes the impetus behind her life’s work – growing up next door to a hog farm and hearing the hogs’ screaming as they were led to slaughter. These experiences left an indelible mark on the artist. In turn, Coe leaves her own mark on the hearts and minds of anyone who views her images, which have been shown in galleries and museums all over the world. The unapologetically graphic nature of Coe’s work results in viewers bearing witness to suffering – a fate that began for Coe so many years ago – yet also leaves many feeling inspired to create change. For Sue Coe, and for many of us who take in her images, complacency is no longer an option. Though many vegans and animal rights advocates are already aware of these realities, even seasoned activists will be moved and inspired by Coe’s artistic explorations of animal suffering.

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