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Creative Roundtable: Mary Anna Pomonis

January 5, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Creative Roundtable: Mary Anna Pomonis
Thursday January 5 | 12pm – 1pm
Online: Zoom

Join Mary Anna Pomonis, founder of the Association of Hysteric Curators for a friendly meet and greet.

Artists in residence at 18th Street Arts Center, get the Zoom link in the Artist Portal.

Borderless members, get the Zoom link on Patreon or on the Borderless membership portal.

Mary Anna Pomonis is a Los Angeles-based artist known primarily for her abstract paintings utilizing commercial airbrush tools as references to both masculine and feminine power. Pomonis has exhibited in galleries and institutions, including the Western Carolina University Museum of Fine Arts, the Torrance Art Museum, the Krannert Art Museum at the University of Illinois, the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and The National Theater of Northern Greece. Her artwork has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Huffington Post, the New York Times, Whitehot Magazine, and Artweek. Additionally, her curatorial projects and essays have been featured in museums and gallery spaces throughout Southern California. She is the founder and a contributing member of the artists collective, the Association of Hysteric Curators. The AHC has been in both national and international press as a result of their social practice projects and activism in the Los Angeles area. Pomonis currently is an Assistant Professor of Art at California State University Fullerton. She is co-editor, along with Professor Annie Buckley,
of Radical Actions: From Teaching Artists to Social Practice, a social practice website. She currently is the director of the CSUF chapter of the Prison Arts Collective, working with incarcerated women in California.

In 2022-23 Pomonis will be included in “Transcendent” at Louis Stern Fine Art in tandem with the Desert Transcendentalist Painting Group exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art also curated by Michael Duncan. Additionally, Pomonis is working with Greek-American playwright and director Maria Cominis designing projections and set pieces for Cominis’s production, The Women of Zalongo funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. In addition Pomonis will have a solo show at the Eastern Washington University Art gallery with a catalog essay written by Karen Moss the former Deputy Director of Exhibitions and Programs and Curator of Collections at Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA).

Pomonis is currently represented by the Ladies’ Room Los Angeles, and Seer Gallery in Elmhurst, Il.



January 5, 2023
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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