Currently serving as the Director of Creative Arts Programs
Photo Flash: Grammy Winner Will Calhoun Performs at Opening Reception for Solo Exhibit at Casita Maria Gallery.
The Schick Gallery presents Eclectic Earth, an exhibition of sculptural and functional ceramic works by thirteen contemporary artists. Curated by Skidmore Associate Professor of Ceramics Matthew Wilt.
Warm up for the Prospect Heights Music & Arts Festival with this FREE download.
PHMAF is a five-day multi venue event including 75+ Brooklyn based bands, walking tours, public art, panel discussion, and exhibitions. Select partners of The Way Station include: Naturally Occurring Cultural Districts, Haiti Cultural Exchange, Groundswell, Brooklyn Metal Works, Gridspace, Branded Saloon, Soda Bar and Lounge, The Saint Catherine, and Brooklyn Brainery. July 15-19, 2015.
Allegra Hobbs, The Height stuff: Musicians stream to music fest in Prospect Heights, July 13, 2015, promotion for Prospect Heights Music & Arts Festival, Brooklyn, NY.
A community knitting project led by Maureen McCourt and Gail Heidel will transform the context of everyday objects as a new way to activate public space.
Susan Hodara, Creative Ideas for the Holiday Gift List, N.Y./Region, December 15, 2013, WE11, Craft-Tastic interview / review.
Mary Shustack, Hats off to Hats, January 2014, p.55, quote.
Mary Shustack, An Artful Approach to Holiday Shopping, November 26, 2013, Craft-Tastic review / interview.
Pelham Middle School Art Club Visits Pelham Art Center, images.
Barry Kostrinsky, BWW Reviews: Clay in a Blaze of Glory at Clay Arts Center, August 12, 2014, review of Brick Extraction, Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY.
Takings is an interactive mixed media installation that promotes an emergent system that self-organizes communities while critiquing the use of eminent domain.
Urban Flux, Whats the Commodity essay/images, January 2014, p 32-33.
Review of Extraction, Nov. 2011, Pittsburgh, PA.
Extraction Takes Something Away From Art, September 29, 2011, review.
EXTRACTION guest curated by Jill Larson.
Jan Garden Castro, On Earth: Ceramic Sculpture Exploring Nature and the Built Environment, March May 2011, p.70-73, images/review.
Gallery Images from Exhibition.
Dylan Beck, Supermodernity, Emergence and the Built Environment: Reinterpreting the Human-Made Landscape, Ceramic Art and Perception, Issue 80, June 2010, p. 13-19, article/image.