UPCOMING ARTIST TALKS & PANELS

This lecture will be a walk-through of the Gutten-garden, the community garden here at Guttenberg Arts gallery, illustrating the principles of artistic eco-scaping directly, and how these principles can be applied to all aspects of the human experience on earth, from how we wash our dishes to how we design our communities. With intelligence, conscious intent and the Power of Love.

As the food and medicine focused part of Nestor's "Re-wilding The Caged Human" series, many gardening "how-to" type tips and ideas will be shared, as well as some home-made products from the GuttenGarden!

More of a conversation than a "lecture", questions are encouraged throughout the session, making each meeting a unique event, organically unfolding moment to moment, like Life itself. Bring your notebook, a cup, a spoon, questions, and your beautiful smile!

This event is free and open to the public and will take place at the Guttenberg Arts Garden on Sunday, September 29th at 1pm.

Nestor is a Poet, Artist, Herbalist, Teacher, Earthling, son, brother, uncle, friend. An expert Gardener and Aquarist, he designs gardens and ecologically sound landscapes filled with food, culinary and medicinal plants of all kinds.




The showcase is a celebration of indigenous and community filmmaking in the Quecha languages spoken throughout the Andes and by immigrants in the United States.

The showcase is a celebration of indigenous and community filmmaking in the Quecha languages spoken throughout the Andes and by immigrants in the United States.

Guttenberg Arts was very excited to host the May Sumak Quichwa Film Festival "Warmikuna: Women in Quichwa Film"
Saturday, June 16th 2018
7:30pm - 11:00pm

Featuring 6 short films centered on indigenous women's experiences and perspectives both in front of and behind the camera.  Q&A with filmmakers Elva Ambia, Olga Tene, Frida Muenala and Patricia Yallico to follow screenings.  Moderated by Jamie San Andreas.


Cabinet of Curiosities: Artist Talk with Carlos Demedeiros

This Artist Talk took place at the Guttenberg Arts Gallery in Guttenberg NJ.  Carlos DeMedeiros is a self taught artist, who works exclusively with found and discarded objects, reassembling and turning them into singular creatures, scenes or artifacts.


“Women in Print,” presented by Guttenberg Arts, took place on Wednesday April 22, 2015 from 6-8pm. Generously hosted by International Print Center New York with support provided in part by POWarts, the Professional Organization for Women in the Arts.
Panelists: 

  • Rocio Aranda-Alvarado: Curator, EL Museo del Barrio

  • Judith Brodsky: Artist, Distinguished Professor Emerita, Department of Visual Arts, Rutgers University and Founding Director of the Brodsky Center

  • Jennifer Farrell: Associate Curator, Department of Drawings and Prints, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

  • Dusica Kirjakovic: Executive Director, Lower East Side Printshop

  • Kristen Schiele: Artist, KAYROCK printing

  • Danielle Tegeder: Artist, Associate Professor of Art, CUNY at Lehman College

Moderator; Caitlin Masley-Charlet: Artist, Deputy Director, Guttenberg Arts