The Danforth Art Museum Juried Exhibition 2022 Framingham Massachusetts
The Danforth Annual Juried Exhibition features some of the best artistic talent in New England in a showcase of diverse mediums and exceptional skills. Seventy-two artists are on view. All selected works are included in a digital catalog which will be published on our website Saturday, June 25.
The exhibition is on view from June 25 through September 18, 2022, and opens with a members-only opening reception held at the Museum on Saturday, June 25 from 6-8 PM.
April 25, 2022
EARTH DAY 2022
"Be the Change" - Video collaboration exhibit of native flower paintings at Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Simultaneous exhibition of the original works on paper at Ames Gallery - Opening reception on April 22nd. 2022 from 5:00pm to 9:00pm. - 282 Central St. Acton, MA.
February 15 - April 26, 2021
Change is in the Air - Earth Month Exhibition
"The Umbrella Art Center is delighted to present the results of regional artists for this year's Earth Month Exhibition - and they responded brilliantly in so many different media, styles and genres it's...well, breath-taking! Air contains two things necessary to life: carbon dioxide and oxygen. In photosynthesis, green plants take carbon-dioxide and water and use the sun’s energy to make sugar and release oxygen. In respiration, sugars and oxygen from the air turn to carbon dioxide, water, and energy. Without air, whether by drowning, respiratory failure, or persistent oppression, we cannot live..."
United Nations 75 - Global Conversation 2020: 2nd Round Exhibition
Liliana Folta's installation "Antártida Nocturna" will be presented in the virtual exhibition addressing Climate Change.
Dec 1 at 7 PM – Dec 15 at 7 PM UTC
The United Nations' UN75, IKONO SPACE and F.99 are back with a new partner, Google Arts & Culture to proudly present the 2nd Round of 'Global Conversation 2020' - group art exhibition raising awareness of the most pressing issues confronting humanity.
In the 2nd Round, the committee reviewed over 465 artist submissions creating more than 2000+ artworks from around the world with only 99 artworks having been chosen by the UN75, Exhibition Committee and Chief Curator at F.99, Gilléad-Gaari Mziray from Washington D.C.
The exhibit addresses topics such as Police Brutality, Housing Crisis in the Modern Era, Extreme Poverty in Africa, Mental Health to Climate Change, Refugees, Human Rights and many more critical issues we face today.
Wearable Art and the WOW Factor - Designers and Artists Group Exhibition
Art Statement: This project makes reference to the climate crisis that
is affecting the Planet today. I intend to highlight the fragility of
the fauna and flora and I invite the audience to reflect on the
importance of our environment.
I believe: Reduce - Repurpose - Recycle are the more viable initiative
to take in our daily lives.
During my stay in Berlin for the past four years, my work focused on
environmental topics with mixed media and recycled materials.
October 11, 2018
Berlin Science Week 2018 - Humboldt University of Berlin
Main Exhibition Nov. 1-23
Ghost of the Seas II - Coral Reef Awareness
Ceramic & mixed media installation by Liliana Folta
Thaer-Building, Invalidenstr. 42 10115 (next door to Naturkundemuseum)
Vernissage: Nov. 1, 16:00h - 19:00h
Artist Talk: Nov. 2, 17:00h - 19:00h
Open Weekdays 8:00h - 20:00h
Fondation François Schneider Centre d'Art Contemporains - 'Contemporary Talents 2017' Finalists
Fondation François Schneider has selected Liliana Folta's installation "Ghosts of the Seas" as a finalist, among 41 other talented artists. These finalists were chosen from 1580 applications originating from 97 countries.
This installation brings awareness to the deteriorating conditions of coral reefs around the world, in part due to global climate change and water pollution stemming from human actions.
New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) has published an interview with Liliana Folta about her recent public art installation for Fort Point, Boston. Written by program coordinator at NEFA, Summer Confuorto.
This three part installation at FPAC's new Made in Fort Point Store at 315 A Street includes a "Flower Blanket" on the backside of the building, along the Boston Haul Road. Made from multicolored, recycled materials and solar powered LED lighting. Visible by day and night, the installation also includes two flower paper and mixed media installations inside MIFP's display windows.
Sponsored by New England Foundation for the Arts.
LOCATION: 315 A Street, rear, on Boston Wharf Road - Until November 7th 2014