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    I mentored 3 Artists/Designers over a period of 3 months. We established a theme for an exhibition related to Design. I met with them weekly and … Read More
    I mentored 3 Artists/Designers over a period of 3 months. We established a theme for an exhibition related to Design. I met with them weekly and worked with them on developing individual installations in the Transformer Gallery space. The process culminated into a month long exhibition of their work based on the theme. Read Less
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E9: Design - Mass Fad Discharge
 
E9: Design - Mass Fad Discharge marks the 9th season Transformer’s Exercises For Emerging Artists.  Launched in March 2004 to support artists beyond the art school experience but still emerging in their artistic careers, this peer critique and mentorship program is intended as a “jump-start” for DC area artists seeking to connect with peer artists & mentors in an intensive critique process as they create a new work or new body of work.
 
Beginning in early March 2012 and spanning through the end of June, the Exercises artists 
Shawn Moriarty, Christie Liberatore, and Noelle Weber, met bi-weekly with Exercises lead mentor/facilitator Maria Habib, Senior Director of Design at Corcoran Gallery of Art, College of Art + Design, and Transformer’s Exhibition Coordinator and Artist Natalie W. Cheung, to develop an exhibition and receive insightful feedback on their creative processes. Each year the Exercises focuses on artists working within a different medium such as painting, drawing, film, video, mixed media installation, conceptual work, sculpture, etc. The 9th season of Exercises focused on artists working within graphic art & design.  The program culminates with a group exhibition or series of mini solo exhibitions at Transformer by the participating artists, providing a public forum to share their resulting Exercises work with the community.