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Dieu Donné is a leading non-profit cultural institution dedicated to serving established and emerging artists through the collaborative creation of contemporary art using the process of hand papermaking.


PULP NEWS - March 2015: a monthly look behind the scenes at Dieu Donné

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March started off with the excitement of Armory Arts Week, and we were thrilled to see so many Dieu Donné artists represented at all of the fairs. Many of our previous artists-in-residence opened solo exhibitions or were featured in galleries around the city, including Dawn Clements at Pierogi Gallery, Molly Smith at Kate Werble Gallery, and Lael Marshall at The Curator Gallery. We also are pleased to have works from our studios included in the group show On/Of/About/Paper at dm contemporary, on view by appointment through April 18. 

Thank you to our 2015 Members! This year, our membership program has grown by almost 50% with the introduction of new levels and member benefits. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to join us for special events, early access to limited editions and new artworks, studio and class discounts, and premiere benefit tickets. As part of our Star and Supporter level memberships, you will have early selection of a work from our forthcoming limited editions by Gina Beavers or Brock Enright. Join today and take advantage of all that Dieu Donné has to offer! Contact Bridget Donlon or check out our website for more information or to sign up
In the Gallery

Melvin Edwards
On view through April 25, 2015
An exhibition celebrating the artist's works in paper, which launched our mid-career residency program in 2000.

B. Wurtz
April 30 - June 6, 2015
New artwork made in the Dieu Donné studio during the artist's Lab Grant residency. The exhibition brochure will feature an essay by Jan Avgikos.
Call for Interns

Dieu Donne is seeking applications for the Summer Internship Program. If you or someone you know would be interested in finding out what it is like to work in a papermaking studio, or getting some experience working in non-profit art administration, then please see the guidelines and application form on our website. Applications are due March 31, 2015!

Thank you for all who joined us for Suzanne McClelland's gallery talk at TEAM Gallery, and to Suzanne and Todd Von Ammon  (TEAM Director) for sharing their insights on the exhibition Call With Information. Don't miss Suzanne's show which features new works from her residency and will be closing on March 29th.
In the past month we were pleased to welcome groups from the Visual Arts Center at Marshall University and Columbia University's Rare Book Library for hands on workshops. We also hosted four wonderful groups of fourth graders from the Avenues: The World School. This is our third consecutive year working with these classes and they bring great energy and creativity to our studio! 

Featured Dieu Donné Artists News

Glen Baldridge (Workspace '10) has a solo exhibition, Daylighter, opening March 22 at Klaus von Nichtssagend

In upstate New York, works by Anna Craycroft (Workspace '12) are included in The Ties That Bind: Artists and Archives at the University at Albany Art Museum

David Kennedy Cutler (Workspace '11), Sara Greenberger Rafferty (Paper Variables '14), and Ethan Greenbaum (Workspace '15) share the exhibition Beyond the Surface: Image as Object at Philadelphia Photo Arts Center through April 4. 

Emily Noelle Lambert (Workspace '14) is included in the exhibition Re:Purposed at the Ringling Museum, Sarasota, Florida, and she will give a free, public lecture about her work at Lehman College Art Gallery on March 31. 

Nancy Manter has a solo exhibition on view at 315 Gallery through March 28, and there will be a sound installation from noon on the 28th followed by a closing reception from 6-8pm. 

At Schema Projects in Bushwick, Mia RosenthalDrew Shiflett, and Allyson Strafella (Workspace '08 and Paper Variables '12) are in the group exhibition Peregrinations, Constellations through March 29. 

There are a couple of days left to see Jean Shin (Workspace '04) - Domesticated Landscapes at Mark Moore Gallery in Los Angeles.