Medialia Gallery and New Approach presents:
STIRRUPS & BEANS
Pamela Thomas, Regine Sawyer & Tara Nakashima Donahue
"We invite patrons of the arts, foodies, comic readers, and the curious to sample from pedestals of delectable rustic-influenced treats while viewing the art of the first Black Cowboy of American Comics, THE CHISHOLM KID.
Guests will be guided through flavors, art, and comics history by Chef Regine Sawyer, Founder of Women in Comics NYC International, Pamela Thomas, co-founder of The Museum of Uncut Funk, and Tara Nakashima Donahue, comics curator at Medialia Gallery."
Saturday, April 17th 2017, 3 PM - 5 PM
Medialia ... Rack and Hamper Gallery
335 West 38th Street, 4th Floor, New York, New York 10018
About Medialia ... Rack and Hamper Gallery
Established in 1992, Medialia ... Rack and Hamper Gallery specializes in small, affordable works by international artists, including: book art, medallic sculpture, small sculpture, transformable sculpture, wearable sculpture and wall hangings. Work of gallery artists is exhibited on a continual basis, along with special one-person and group exhibitions by international artists.
Founder and artistic director Mashiko Nakashima, has also established the not-for-profit, New Approach Inc. to promote emerging artists and curators, as well as to encourage public awareness and exposure to unconventional medallic art.
About Women in Comics Collective NYC
Co-founded by Regine Sawyer, the Women in Comics Collective NYC is an artistic and informative initiative that began in May of 2012. It serves to educate communities about the role and merit of Women working in the Comic Book/Multimedia industries as well as highlight their artistic endeavors.
About Museum of Uncut Funk
Founded by Pamela Thomas, the mission of The Museum of UnCut Funk is to document the artistic and cultural contributions of, preserve key artifacts from and educate the public about the historical impact of one of the most significant decades in Black American history - the 1970’s.