walls to the ball

athletics & aesthetics & ponytails & politics via hazel & meyer
Armpits- ink on vellum, 2014

Armpits- ink on vellum, 2014

Rug #69

Rug #69

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pone bone w/missing finger, 2014, ink on paper

pone bone w/missing finger, 2014, ink on paper

NADIA NADIA!

NADIA NADIA!

THE FLU GAME

escapekit:

Rebound Magazine

Students Josep Duran Frigola and Victor Garciart created Two ink low cost publications for rebound magazine. Each issue is about a legendary match in NBA history, it contains interviews, highlights, statistics and photos of the match.

Beautiful. 

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Walls to the Ball meets NCAA- New Craft Artists in Action, look for it here

SPORT!
manhood:

Barbara Kruger

SPORT!

manhood:

Barbara Kruger

» Saturday, March 29 // New Craft & Ponytail Theory // 2-4pm // Cambridge
Join NCAA Net Works’ Maria Molteni and special guest Hazel Meyer of Walls to the Ball for a coaches corner. They will share a bit about their art practices and invite the public to install and play on a Net Work in the neighborhood. (Arrive on time in the same location at the Carpenter Center)
molteninetworks:

Whew! Things are picking up! Almost out of breath, but we’re still in the game. Pay close attention to our events section in the next couple weeks as there are several new shows opening and workshops hosted in several US cities! 
THIS WEEKEND:
» NYC // Saturday March 22 // opening 4-7pm 
Art Park opens in Soho, 350 West Broadway
ArtPark, curated by Laurie De Chiara of ArtPod is an exhibition and auction, which was conceived as a benefit project for PS 3: Charrette School. A pop-up gallery space in Soho will be filled with a range of artworks and installations that encourage exploration and play.
» Chicago // Saturday March 22 // 7-10pm
Rebuilding Exchange hosts the 2014 Salvager’s Ball.
The NCAA is psyched to be collaborating with Common Hoops on an interactive piece for the party! (see photographed construction netting basketball net)
UPCOMING WORKSHOPS and OPENINGS:
» Tues, March 25 // Net Making Workshop // 6:30-8:30pm // Cambridge, MA
Meet us under our hoops on the ground floor of Harvard’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts (Quincy St, Harvard Square) and learn to knit with *spirit fingers* inside Le Corbusier’s only North American building.
» Friday, March 28 // A Whole New Game // 6:30-8pm // Exeter, NH
Group exhibition in the Lamont Gallery at Phillip’s Exeter Academy in New Hampshire will be on view until May 3
» Saturday, March 29 // New Craft & Ponytail Theory // 2-4pm // Cambridge
Join NCAA Net Works’ Maria Molteni and special guest Hazel Meyer of Walls to the Ball for a coaches corner. They will share a bit about their art practices and invite the public to install and play on a Net Work in the neighborhood. (Arrive on time in the same location at the Carpenter Center)
» Sunday March 30 // Art Park Public Workshops // 12-6pm
More info coming soon, but this will be off the hook. A great variety of experiences at your fingertips.
RECENT PRESS:
… From Living As Form - still on view at Harvard’s Carpenter Center for Visual Arts until April 6 :
Art New England // Living As Form (The Nomadic Version) // Sandrine Schaefer
Harvard Crimson // Living As Form Combines Art and Activism // Caleb M Lewis
Boston Globe // Activism, Social Science, Art // Cate McQuaid

» Saturday, March 29 // New Craft & Ponytail Theory // 2-4pm // Cambridge

Join NCAA Net Works’ Maria Molteni and special guest Hazel Meyer of Walls to the Ball for a coaches corner. They will share a bit about their art practices and invite the public to install and play on a Net Work in the neighborhood. (Arrive on time in the same location at the Carpenter Center)

molteninetworks:

Whew! Things are picking up! Almost out of breath, but we’re still in the game. Pay close attention to our events section in the next couple weeks as there are several new shows opening and workshops hosted in several US cities! 

THIS WEEKEND:

» NYC // Saturday March 22 // opening 4-7pm 

Art Park opens in Soho, 350 West Broadway

ArtPark, curated by Laurie De Chiara of ArtPod is an exhibition and auction, which was conceived as a benefit project for PS 3: Charrette School. A pop-up gallery space in Soho will be filled with a range of artworks and installations that encourage exploration and play.

» Chicago // Saturday March 22 // 7-10pm

Rebuilding Exchange hosts the 2014 Salvager’s Ball.

The NCAA is psyched to be collaborating with Common Hoops on an interactive piece for the party! (see photographed construction netting basketball net)

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS and OPENINGS:

» Tues, March 25 // Net Making Workshop // 6:30-8:30pm // Cambridge, MA

Meet us under our hoops on the ground floor of Harvard’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts (Quincy St, Harvard Square) and learn to knit with *spirit fingers* inside Le Corbusier’s only North American building.

» Friday, March 28 // A Whole New Game // 6:30-8pm // Exeter, NH

Group exhibition in the Lamont Gallery at Phillip’s Exeter Academy in New Hampshire will be on view until May 3

» Saturday, March 29 // New Craft & Ponytail Theory // 2-4pm // Cambridge

Join NCAA Net Works’ Maria Molteni and special guest Hazel Meyer of Walls to the Ball for a coaches corner. They will share a bit about their art practices and invite the public to install and play on a Net Work in the neighborhood. (Arrive on time in the same location at the Carpenter Center)

» Sunday March 30 // Art Park Public Workshops // 12-6pm

More info coming soon, but this will be off the hook. A great variety of experiences at your fingertips.

RECENT PRESS:

… From Living As Form - still on view at Harvard’s Carpenter Center for Visual Arts until April 6 :

Art New England // Living As Form (The Nomadic Version) // Sandrine Schaefer

Harvard Crimson // Living As Form Combines Art and Activism // Caleb M Lewis

Boston Globe // Activism, Social Science, Art // Cate McQuaid

priorities

priorities

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"Amik" the beaver,  official mascot for the Summer Olympic Games of Montreal, 1976.

"Amik" the beaver,  official mascot for the Summer Olympic Games of Montreal, 1976.

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Montreal Velodrome. Roger Taillibert. 1976 Summer Olympics.

Montreal Velodrome. Roger Taillibert. 1976 Summer Olympics.

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SEATTLE SEA-BASKETS glory!

SEATTLE SEA-BASKETS glory!

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WIDEN
Welcome to Gayside- Logan MacDonal, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Onya Hogan-Finlay

"In 1985, residents of Gayside, Newfoundland, a small town in the Canadian Maritimes voted to re-name their hometown, Baytona after enduring increased harassment. Was this an effort to distance the small town from any references to gay culture, especially in light of a new, terrifying AIDS epidemic? Inspired by this tale, and mindful of the climate of social prejudice in heat of the 1980s AIDS crisis, The Third Leg locates another Gayside."
more GAYSIDE! love GAYSIDE!

Welcome to Gayside- Logan MacDonal, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Onya Hogan-Finlay

"In 1985, residents of Gayside, Newfoundland, a small town in the Canadian Maritimes voted to re-name their hometown, Baytona after enduring increased harassment. Was this an effort to distance the small town from any references to gay culture, especially in light of a new, terrifying AIDS epidemic? Inspired by this tale, and mindful of the climate of social prejudice in heat of the 1980s AIDS crisis, The Third Leg locates another Gayside."

more GAYSIDE! love GAYSIDE!

the day Celine broke…

the day Celine broke…