Lecture at Ball State University

PUBLIC LECTURE Tuesday, March 15, 5:30 to 7 pm BALL STATE UNIVERSITY Arts and Journalism Building, room 225 2000 W. University Ave. Muncie, IN 47306 The School of Art at Ball State University is excited to present a public lecture, “New Narratives,” by artist Patrick Earl Hammie as part of the Visiting Artists, Designers, and Scholars 2015-2016 series. At once dramatic and sensitive, for individuals who appreciate oil painting and figurative art, Mr. Hammie’s presentation is a must-see event.    

After Image

SOLO EXHIBITION October 16, 2015 – January 2, 2016 RECEPTION: Friday, October 16, 5pm – 9pm GREYMATTER GALLERY Marshall Building 207 E Buffalo St, Suite 222 Milwaukee, WI 53202 Thinking through the implications of various perceptions of black masculinity in art and media – from minstrel coon imagery and hip-hop as a global brand to the deaths of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Tamir Rice – After Image considers the pictorial, technical, and narrative conventions of Western art, inserting black and brown male bodies into that tradition to disturb existing conventions and provide a platform from which to dialogue about ideas of legacy, agency, and embedded …

The Intuitionists

BY STEFFANI JEMISON, HEATHER HART, AND JINA VALENTINE, ORGANIZED BY LISA SIGAL July 11 – August 24, 2014 RECEPTION: Thursday, July 10, 6 – 8pm THE DRAWING CENTER 35 Wooster Street SoHo, New York 10013 The Drawing Center will present The Intuitionists, a collaborative project curated by artists Steffani Jemison, Heather Hart, and Jina Valentine, and organized by Lisa Sigal, Open Sessions Curator. Inspired by Colson Whitehead’s 1999 novel The Intuitionist—a work of speculative fiction that explores the relationship between progress, technology, and difference—the exhibition considers how the collection, the database, and the aggregate serve as complementary models for the organization of information and objects …

Lecture at University of Iowa

PUBLIC LECTURE Thursday, March 6, 6pm – 7pm SCHOOL OF ART AND ART HISTORY UNIVERSITY OF IOWA 141 N. Riverside Dr. Iowa City, IA 52242 Patrick Earl Hammie will discuss his recent project Significant Other, the conceptual sequel to his 2008 project Imperfect Colossi. This work presents a female and a male figure locked in a physical dialogue, hefting weight, and relocating the perceptions of ruined and objectified bodies that recall and carry on complex legacies of suffering and struggle. Informed by historical representations of Otherness, and recent shifts that locate women and people of color as central influencers of culture and politics, this series …

Interview with Combustus Magazine

BY DEANNA ELAINE PIOWATY Combustus Magazine and I recently sat down for an interview. Read below or view original post. IS THE IMPENETRABLE BLACK MALE A MODERN HEROIC MYTH? CONVERSATION WITH CHICAGO FIGURATIVE PAINTER PATRICK EARL HAMMIE Patrick Earl Hammie’s paintings are immediate, courageous, authentic. From his interracial couples posed in a re-envisioned dance of intimacy, to his unidealized portraits of the Black male nude caught in moments of vulnerability, Patrick Earl Hammie challenges, subtly and sometimes not so subtly, what we think we know and what we have come to expect. And yet, there is also that feeling of recognition. Because who Hammie is ultimately …

From Motion to Stillness

CURATED BY SERGIO GOMEZ AND DIDI MENENDEZ From Motion to Stillness is an exhibition and a publication seeking to explore aspects of stillness, quietness, reflection, meditation, inner-peace, solitude, reflection and calmness as a human experience. Despite living in a fast-paced and rapidly changing world, From Motion to Stillness invites the viewer and the reader alike to pause for a moment and experience stillness as interpreted by some of today’s most exciting contemporary artists and poets. FEBRUARY 15 – MARCH 10 Reception: Friday, February 15, 7pm – 10pm Zhou B Art Center 1029 W. 35th Street Chicago, IL 60609 Purchase catalogue Catalogue produce by …

Meditations on Emancipation in the 21st Century

CURATED BY CYNTHIA HAWKINS   February 1, 2013 marked the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. This exhibition seeks to explore interrogations of the Emancipation Proclamation and it’s attending ramifications as a physical, intellectual and/or spiritual state or condition, to elucidate personal and public thoughts and positions on the Emancipation Proclamation. FEBRUARY 1 – MARCH 9 Lederer Gallery State University of New York 1 College Circle/Brodie Fine Arts Geneseo, NY 14454