Studio Space and Solo Exhibition Opportunity!
Soft Landing, a two-person exhibition by Francine K. Affourtit and Elizabeth Shores
Winter Residency Program Opportunity
July Resident Francine K. Affourtit Program Announcement
Womb Hole Despite the fact that hearts don't physically break - we use the metaphor of a broken heart to illustrate an extreme emotion. Womb Hole is a like metaphor - an image to illustrate the violence against women's bodies while also looking through them. It is the sensation of a dark sinking inside your [...]
Announcing 2022 Summer Studio Residents!
PNP Summer Studio Series 2022
We are pleased to announce the opening of our application period for the Pink Noise Projects (PNP) Summer Studio Program (also referred to as our studio series), which will run from June 1st - July 31st, 2022. Applicants can apply for PNP’s month-long Summer Studio Program, utilizing our gallery space to advance projects, research, or [...]
Maybe I’d float instead: The Fiber Art of Lu/ Eady
Pink Noise Projects is proud to present a solo show curated by collective member Wit Lopez in conjunction with the upcoming virtual QT Noir Arts Festival, celebrating Black LGBTQ+ creatives.Opening First Friday, February 4th and on view through Monday, February 28thOpen Gallery Hours: Saturdays & Sundays 2pm – 6pm or by appointment.In addition to the [...]
SGCI 2022 Conference: Call for Participation Round 2
Themed Portfolio: Time Capsule Open CallTitle: The Capsule Organizer(s): Leslie Friedman & Tamsen Wojtanowski Abstract: Stories shape our societies, create the foundation of our culture, and help us to further the evolution and survival of our species. The whole of human society is built on the understood organization of information and the hivemind that is [...]
Pink Noise Projects is proud to present Replicate/Desecrate, an exhibition that features the works of 5 artist members who are new to the collective: Lily Kind, Tyler Kline, Wit Lopez, Nick Moncy, and Bridget Purcell. The context for the show is firmly rooted in commentary on capitalism, in its most saturated and overwhelming state, where [...]
Detritus: Pink Noise Project’s AIR Exhibition
The 319 Artist in Residency program pivoted the notion of “gallery,” opening up their doors in an act of mutual aid that allowed artists unrestricted use of the space. Each selected work for this exhibition serves as an example of how participating artists utilized Pink Noise Projects’ gallery to uniquely nurture their practice. Former residents were invited to submit unfinished odds and ends, unexpected final products, or evidence of new connections from their time working in the space.