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November News from Anne Labovitz
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November News

Warm greetings!  I hope this finds you well.  I am grateful for you.

October was a busy month of festivals and wrapping up exhibitions.  My project, the I Love You Institute, was part of Touchstone Theatre's third Festival UnBound in Bethlehem, PA.  The 5-day festival hosted events including plays, discussions, music and dance.  Together with the Bethlehem community we created a community quilt centered on the theme of gratitude.  I was lucky to work with MFA students from Moravian University.  It was so amazing to be with my Transart colleague James P. Jordan and all my new friends as well as undergrads and amazing students from the Lehigh Valley Charter High School for the Arts.  On the final day of the festival, the quilt was suspended from the bridge (pictured above) as part of the closing ceremony and it is now part of Touchstone Theatre's permanent collection.  It was an incredible experience that I am so grateful to have been a part of!

The Times News covered the event and you can read more about it here.  This video is also a preview of the festival before it opened.  I will share a short video of the project when it is available next month.
Beacons of Hope exhibition closes at Concordia

My latest solo exhibition, Beacons of Hope curated by the amazing Dr. Megan Arney Johnston closed this past month at Concordia University.  I'm so grateful for the opportunity to share my immersive sculptural works.  Please enjoy this video recap of the exhibition.   Many thanks to those of you who were able to see the exhibition!  Thank you also to Stephanie Hunder, John DuFresne, and the incredible group of 300 students who made this exhibition possible.  If you missed the artist talk, you can view the recorded version here.
 
Rain Taxi's TCBF
 
In addition to Festival Unbound, the I Love You Institute partnered with Rain Taxi at the Twin Cities Book Festival this past month.  Festival-goers were invited to create a bookmark and know that they are loved.  Special thanks to my friend and local artist Sean Phillips for joining me!
Studio visits
 
I invite you to visit my studio located in the Dow Artist Building on University Ave in St. Paul.  Please email me at anne@labovitz.com to set up a time when we can meet!  

(pictured: Hope Room at Concordia)

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