COVID 19 UPDATE: We have postponed Second Saturday receptions for March and April and are leaving our current exhibitions up until further notice. We’ll update when we have set dates for upcoming exhibitions and a public closing reception for each of our current exhibitions. The gallery is currently available to view only by appointment. In the meantime, we’re looking forward to creative ways to connect with you virtually!
by Amanda Cassingham-Bardwell
Daily hours: Appointment only until further notice. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
In an exhibition of large-scale prints on fabric, found-object installation and animation, Amanda Cassingham-Bardwell mines her laptop’s archive of clip art, stock illustration, and digital assets from unrealized projects in an exploration of nostalgia, anxiety, existential dread and guilty pleasures.
Amanda Cassingham-Bardwell is an interdisciplinary artist from Algiers, Louisiana, whose drawing-centered practice includes animation, installation, and performance. In 2009 she completed a BFA at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts with Tufts University. After returning to New Orleans, Amanda ran an artist-in-residence program on her sofa and an art gallery in her living room. She participates in many DIY and artist-run projects. Amanda was past gallery director at Kirschman Artspace and 5 Press Gallery, is a member of Antenna, and is lead coordinator of 24HR Draw-A-Thon.