Joanne Leonard’s Newspaper Diary on view at University of Michigan Humanities Institute, April 5, 2012

April 2012: Joanne Leonard’s Newspaper Diary

Joanne Leonard’s work has always managed to exist in two alternate universes, one intimate, and another vast. Both manage to be deeply relevant to the collective shifts of society. These new works are what the artist describes as momentary collages, contrasting the historical weight and relative durability of books . . . → Read More: Joanne Leonard’s Newspaper Diary on view at University of Michigan Humanities Institute, April 5, 2012

Joanne’s work included in PORTRAITS at Joseph Bellows Gallery, La Jolla, California

Participation in panel discussion:

The View from Below: Photography, Innovation, and The Lower Eastside

On Tuesday, Dec. 7, from 1pm – 2:30pm, Deborah Dash Moore, Sara Blair, Margaret Olin, Rebecca Zurier and Joanne Leonard will hold a panel to discuss a photography exhibit curated by Sara Blair, “The View From Below: Photography, Innovation, and the Lower East Side.” The . . . → Read More: Participation in panel discussion:

Author’s Forum Presents:

Being in Pictures: A Conversation with Joanne Leonard and Sidonie Smith This evening’s conversation explores the creative process and the ideas the work inspires.

December 01, 2010 (5:30 – 7 PM) Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library, Library Gallery, room 100, 913 S. University

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