The Bird Cage

The Bird Cage No.0

Opening Reception March 5th 6-10 PM

Local Artists Cory Weeks and Alison Sweet present The Bird Cage. Inspired from the infamous Bird Cage Theater in Tombstone Arizona and its late 19th Century wallpaper. The collaborators offer this new multi-media art exhibition featuring portraits of modern-day women revealing their provocative and often “wild” west personas in conjunction with their modern day lives.

Recent graduates from ASU’s Intermedia Art program Weeks and Sweet are alumni Artlink curators and both share a love for history, especially Arizona history and the state’s adventurous early women. They poke some aesthetic fun with the past displaying it in the beautiful and historic AE England building in downtown Phoenix’s new Civic Space.

NEW Exhibition Dates: March 5th – April 16th

Gallery Open:

First Friday March 5th 6-10pm (Opening Party)
Art Detour Saturday March 6th 10am – 6pm
Art Detour Sunday March 7th 12 – 5 pm
Third Friday March 19th 6 – 10pm
First Friday April 2nd 6 – 10pm
Third Friday April 16th 6 -10pm (Closing Party)


and By APPOINTMENT by calling 602-538-9912

For more information please contact:

Artlink A. E. England Gallery
424 N. Central Ave

The Bird Cage No1

Unpolished Exhibition

In this exhibition that examines modern day feminism I will be exhibiting my video Layers. This work examines the layers of typical stereotypes that are projected onto women by media, corporations, the community, as well as by women themselves. Information for the show can be found below.

Unpolished Web


In 2007, galleries and museums across the country undertook a major reexamination of feminist art with exhibitions like MOCA LA’s “Wack: Art and the Feminist Revolution” and “Global Feminisms” at the Brooklyn Museum. These major exhibitions demonstrated that the feminist art movement is among the most influential developments in post-war art, and furthermore that it has undergone continual development since its inception in the1960’s. What is the legacy of this tradition for local living artists? What does feminist art look like in the 21st century? We are exhibiting all ASU SOA artists (faculty, graduate students, undergraduates) as well as local artists.”

Opening reception:
December 4, 2009 from 6-10pm
There will be live performance art by Diana Calderon and Lisa Von Koch. Diana’s will start at 6:15pm and will be ongoing and Lisa’s will begin at 7:30.

Closing reception:
December 18, 2009 from 6-10pm

Artists: Catherine Akins, Victoria Aguilar, Lindsay Benkel, Chloe Boleyn Palmer, Diana Calderon, Jessica Dolence, Kelly Flanagan, Karen Hernandez, Katie Hovencamp, Lisa Von Koch, Victoria Latunski, Mary Meyer, Mary Bates Neubauer, Tara O’Connor, M. Jenea Sanchez, Forrest Solis, Cory Weeks, Ryan Woods, and Angela Young

You can read more about the exhibition in the write up in the Phoenix New Times.

Videographer for Jillian Mcdonald: Alone Together in the Dark

Today I worked as a videographer on Jillian Mcdonald’s video for her upcoming exhibition Alone Together in the Dark that can be viewed at the ASU Art Museum. This entailed filming vampires vs. zombies in the hot Arizona desert. Jillian is a very inspiring artist and it was a blast working with her.

Update: The Video from Jillian Mcdonald’s Exhibition has been added below.

Alone Together in the Dark from Jillian Mcdonald on Vimeo.

Videography and Video Editing for ‘Angela Ellsworth: Compounded’

Just finished editing the footage I recorded for Angela Ellsworth during her opening at Lisa Sette Gallery. Congratulations to Angela on such a wonderful and successful show.

Top Secret Solo Exhibition

My new solo exhibition Top Secret will be displayed at the Heritage Square Gallery for the Month of July. This multi-media installation investigates top secret documents recently released by our government. The opening reception is July 3rd from 6-10 pm.


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