allTURNatives: Form + Spirit 2010

August 6 – October 16, 2010

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Derek Weidman
Jay Heryet
Luc De Roo

About allTURNatives: Form + Spirit 2010

The International Turning Exchange resident artists’ travel, and work independently and collaboratively from June until the last week of July. The allTURNatives exhibit is the grand finale to the 2010 ITE program. This multi-disciplinary exhibit reflects the residents’ experiences including objects produced before and during the residency. Three-dimensional work will be accompanied by photos and/or films depicting the summer experience and the artists’ statements about their experiences and work process.

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The 2010 Windgate ITE Resident Fellows

Luc DeRoo

Artist
Belgium

Jay Heryet

Artist
United Kingdom

Wonjoo Park

Artist
South Korea

Karl Seifert

Photojournalist
PA, USA

Derek Weidman

Artist
PA, USA

David Huntley

Photojournalist
PA
, USA

Stefano Catalani

Scholar
WA, USA

Additional Information

Special Thanks to:

Facilitators: Jane Swanson, Shop Facilitator, UArts; Tara Inman Bellofatto, Shop Facilitator, UArts; Gus Jardin, Wood Wizard, Fairmount Park; University of the Arts (UArts), wood shop & lodging.

ITE Sponsors and Hosts:Nicholas Bell, Curator Renwick Gallery, Dr. Jeff Bernstein & Dr. Judy Chernoff, Fleur & Charlie Bresler, Philip Brown, David Ellsworth, Philip & Monika Hauser, Charles Hummel, Stephen Keeble & Karen Depew, Alan LeCoff, Albert & Tina LeCoff, Arthur & Jane Mason, Greg & Regina Rhoa, Luann Vodder, and Bucks Woodturners.

Cambium Circle Members: Dr. Lee Bender & Dr. Carol Schilling; Fleur Bresler; Harvey Fein, Richard R Goldberg, Esq, S. Bruce & Eleanor Heister, Robyn & John Horn,  Bruce Kaiser, Jerome & Deena Kaplan, Stephen Keeble & Karen Depew, Alan Keiser, Leonard & Norma Klorfine, Tim & Sheryl Kochman, Herbert & Mae Kurtz, Alan LeCoff, Albert & Tina LeCoff, H.F. (Gerry) & Marquerite Lenfest, Ed Levy, Mark & Kathy Lindquist, Judson Randall, Greg & Regina Rhoa, Bradford Whitman, and Anita & Ronald Wornick.

Corporate Sponsors: Craft Supplies, Oneway Manufacturing, Packard Woodworks, Penn State Industries, Stubby Lathe USA, Inc, and Tormek, Sweden.

Foundations:  National Endowment for the Arts (NEA); Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA); Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC); Philadelphia Cultural Fund; The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage; Windgate Charitable Foundation.