Saturday, October 1, 2022 from 4:00-5:00 PM
Charlotte Street presents Curating the Here and Now, a 4-part series featuring exceptional curatorial voices in the Midwest.
As a part of Curating the Here and Now, selected curators will visit Kansas City to speak about their recent exhibitions and curatorial practice.
Join us on Saturday, October 1 from 4-5pm at the CSF Library to hear from Anna Wehrwein, an artist and curator based in Columbia, MO. Wehrwein is the founder and co-director of the artist-run space, stop-gap projects. stop-gap projects creates a space for contemporary art in Columbia that prioritizes spatial experimentation, material and cultural conversations, and artist collaborations. For this program, Wehrwein will speak about the artist-centered framework of stop-gap projects and share some of their recent exhibitions.
ABOUT ANNA WEHRWEIN
Anna Wehrwein is an artist and curator originally from the Boston area. She received her BS in Art and BA in English/Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her MFA in Drawing and Painting from the University of Tennessee. Her work has been featured in New American Paintings, Friend of the Artist, West Branch Literary Journal and ArtMaze Magazine. She has exhibited nationally and internationally, including shows at Thierry Goldberg (New York,NY), Collar Works (Troy, NY), AUTOMAT Collective (Philadelphia, PA), The Warbling Collective (London, UK) and the Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC). She has been an artist in residence at VCCA, Vermont Studio Center, Anderson Ranch Art Center, and MacDowell, for which she was awarded the 2019 Josephine Mercy Heathcote Fellowship. She currently lives in Columbia, MO where she is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Painting and Drawing at the University of Missouri and the founder and director of stop-gap projects.