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Artist Lauren Frances Adams has been awarded a month-long residency in September 2015 at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans.
Based in the culturally diverse and historic city of New Orleans, the Joan Mitchell Center’s mission is to support local, national, and international contemporary visual artists. The Joan Mitchell Center is an artist residency center [...]

Puffin Foundation Grant

May 1st, 2015

Thanks to the PUFFIN FOUNDATION for studio support in 2015.
The Puffin Foundation supports “projects that seek to enrich and inform the public on important subjects such as the environment, social justice, civil rights and other contemporary issues facing the country (and the planet), that some organizations might hesitate to fund.”

By Sea II, a new project by R. Brooke Priddy in collaboration with Lauren Adams for the ‘Out of Fashion’ exhibition at the South Eastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, NC.
Adams designed the pattern for the floating figure, based upon the 19th century Great Hunt Wallpaper found in the historic Hanes Home at SECCA. [...]

Upcoming solo project at Conner Contemporary in Washington, D.C.
Opening September 10
My recent work has focused on the ‘Lost Colony’ of Elizabethan era colonialism, particularly the formal portraits of Queen Elizabeth I and the explorers and voyagers. The relationship between the costumes, clothing, and material culture of the [...]

Alfred University Lecture

September 1st, 2011
Lecture and talk show interview on Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Studio Visits is a weekly live lecture and talk show at Alfred University which brings artists and thinkers to the Holmes stage each Wednesday morning at 9 am. First, the guest presents their work in a lecture format and then intermission! When the audience returns, the [...]

Frustra, after Whitney’s “Choice of Emblemes” from 1586, are a series of printed vinyl flags documented on Rodanthe near Cape Hatteras in 2011. The site is believed to be where the Lost Colonists migrated to with the Croatoan natives after they left Fort Raleigh in the 1580’s.

I have been awarded a commission at the St. Louis International Airport.  I will be traveling to Munich, Germany, to work with the Franz Mayer Company to create a triptych of glass screens for one of the airport concourses.
Full news story here.

I will be at the Cite Internationale des Arts for 2 months in July and August.

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