Monday, October 10, 2016

On the Move

DOEprojekts (Deborah Adams Doering and Glenn N. Doering) have been Artists in Residence at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture since July 1, 2016. We continue to prepare for our upcoming "Migrations" Exhibition and installation, opening February 23, 2017. We plan to feature several tapestries and embroideries that are a collaboration between DOEprojekts and Hutu and Tutsi art and crafts women from Rwanda.

We thank the Sheen Center staff for their support this summer, and their ongoing support as we continue to create work for the exhibition/installation. We continue to apply for grants. The photos above and below are created in a photo editing program -- they show proposed layout and possible objects for exhibition. 

The " Migrations" exhibition will offer workshops. Participants will explore their personal connections to the concept of migration through the use of "prompts" that range from specific to general. All are welcome to participate in the workshops -- if you are interested in participating, please contact Deborah or Glenn at

We are pleased to be included in the Grünewald Guild's upcoming traveling juried group exhibition "Wonder, Discover, Begin," curated by Sarah Jane, MFA, Guild Art Coordinator. Our mini-installation titled "There's the Rub," will allow for similar participation as in our "Migration" installation -- and since the exhibition will "migrate" throughout the US and Canada, we are amazed at the timing and serendipity! 

We are preparing for an artist residency at Holden Village, an ecumenical retreat center in Chelan, Washington, in July 2017. Artists/Directors Peg and Chuck Hoffman have asked us to create a community work, and we have begun experimenting with designs using Coreforms and Keywords and also themes related to Holden Village's rich history as a place of care for our environment.

We look forward to serving our global community with creativity and dedication to the "common good." Please keep in touch!
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