NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of ForgivenessFriday, April 18th, 7PMMetropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101
Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings. FEATURING Artwork by: Alix M. Pentecost Farren Bonnie Briant Kei Ota Kelly Burgess Mark Jenkinson Matt Porter Ryan Pfluger Sasha Arutyunova  Sean Hemmerle Tara Perry Films by: Martin Krejci Ora Dekornfeld Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham Music by: Julia Easterlin Stefan Weiner Kris Nolte Live storytelling by: Ed Gavagan Remy Schwartz And more… COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique
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NOMADIQUE COLLECTIONS Presents: The Anatomy of Forgiveness
Friday, April 18th, 7PM
Metropolitan Building, 4401 11th St, Long Island City, NY 11101

Nomadique Collections is pleased to announce our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, “The Anatomy of Forgiveness”. This one-night-only event invites attendees to explore the many complexities of forgiveness through the eyes of over a dozen contributing artists. Hosted at a converted electrical parts factory in Long Island City, the exhibition will feature photography, painting, installations, musical performances, live story telling, and film screenings.

FEATURING
Artwork by:
Alix M. Pentecost Farren
Bonnie Briant
Kei Ota
Kelly Burgess
Mark Jenkinson
Matt Porter
Ryan Pfluger
Sasha Arutyunova
Sean Hemmerle
Tara Perry

Films by:
Martin Krejci
Ora Dekornfeld
Andrew Ellis & Lindsay Branham

Music by:
Julia Easterlin
Stefan Weiner
Kris Nolte

Live storytelling by:
Ed Gavagan
Remy Schwartz

And more…

COST: $10 suggested donation to help us with production costs for this and future shows.

Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience.

Nomadique is a Brooklyn-based multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.

www.nomadique.com | blog: www.wearenomadique.com | @wearenomadique

NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George
Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.
We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:
The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George
Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.
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NMDQ Community Spotlight //
Portrait of a Pilgrim by Michael George

Photographer Michael George exhibited the beginnings of his Portrait of a Pilgrim project at our first ever Nomadique Collections show in December 2012, as well as in our two month exhibition at THINK Coffee in early 2013. Since then, he has walked the Camino de Santiago a second time and has built an incredible multimedia project which poetically takes us through this ancient pilgrimage route. We’ve been lucky to partake in Michael’s process over the past year as he developed his project through the Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinner series, partnering with fellow Workshop artist Zubin Hensler for the creation of a musical score to accompanying his images. Aside from being an inspiring and astoundingly talented artist, Michael is an invaluable member of the NMDQ community, who consistently provides thoughtful feedback and support to the artists who share their work with us each month.

We asked Michael to share his thoughts about the Workshop Dinner series and how it was helpful in the shaping of his project:

The workshop dinners have been a constant source of inspiration. Without them I wouldn’t have had the chance to collaborate with Zubin for my final project. Working with another artist with such a firm grasp on his creative vision really helped me in putting together the final production. I have been to the workshop dinners to receive feedback on image edits, presentation formats, and my personal writing. All critiques have not just put pressure to complete my personal projects but also provided valuable feedback from a wide-range of artists. Whenever I talk about my life in Brooklyn I mention what an incredible little creative community we have found. - Michael George

Check out the Portrait of a Pilgrim series and follow Michael on instagram.

Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 
We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 
It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.
December 2012
Michael George (website/blog) a photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.
Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 
January 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 
Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.
Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 
February 2013
Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 
Michael George (website/blog) presented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.
Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  
May 2013
Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 
Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offering, which follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 
Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 
June 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.
Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors. 
Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 
July 2013
Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 
Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 
Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.
August 2013
Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.
Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering. 
Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.
September 2013
Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Night, a film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 
October 2013
Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 
Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.
November 2013 
Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.
Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 
Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 
December 2013
Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.
Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.
Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 
If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.
Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Nomadique Artist Workshop Dinners: Year in Review 

We had the privilege of workshopping a wide variety of projects this year from multiple disciplines; illustration, music, photography, and film to name a few. 

It’s been a little over a year since our first dinner. Here’s a recap of the wonderful artists we’ve hosted and the work that they presented! A huge thank you for the vulnerability, bravery, and constructive feedback of all of the incredible artists who have helped these dinners thrive.

December 2012

Michael George (website/bloga photography portfolio that summarized his creative voice over the past few years.

Michelle Watt (blog) presented her large photographic tableaux pieces.

Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented photography prints from her recent travels to Russia and Canada, as she began to build a project. 

January 2013

Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a rough assembly of his short documentary about a woman named Joni. 

Ben Stamper (website) presented three short video compositions in the spirit of Haiku poetry, for their brevity and unadorned train of thought. These pieces aim to strike a balance between the beauty and the unseemliness of our arrangement with the earth.

Alix Pentecost-Farren (website) presented a short autobiographical comic about growing up with an extraterrestrial family, as well as a series of in-progress comics about riding the subway. 

February 2013

Margaret Glaspy (blog) presented poetry about love and loss in New York City. 

Michael George (website/blogpresented a short story called “The Human Factory”, a fictional creation tale that explores the origin of humanity’s flaws.

Russell Durham (youtube) presented two solo violin compositions.  

May 2013

Jas Walton (website) presented demos of scores that he had composed. His aim was to bring physical, hip-hop sensibilities to live music in a different context. 

Ryan Patch & Michael Koehler screened a rough cut of their film The Offeringwhich follows a father and son into the woods to make an offering to a mysterious force. 

Katrina Sorrentino & Isabel Castro (website) presented an eight-minute teaser from their documentary Crossing Over, about three transgender immigrants from Mexico who are seeking political asylum in the United States. 

June 2013

Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a sequence of photographs exploring her relationship with her family in Russia.

Julia Easterlin (website) presented”Eliza Jane”, an anthem about the birth of her little sister and the consequent shift in family dynamics. It is also her first song composed on the celtic harp. 

Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of Nomadique’s short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors

Jonathan Seale (website) presented two new group sing-a-long songs. 

July 2013

Kris Nolte (website) presented a memory project celebrating the life of Byron Burroughs, an unknown neighbor whose treasured belongings were found dumped out on the curb. This presentation was later showcased at our group art show "These Rhythmic Seasons". 

Katie Kenyon presented an in-progress painting, inspired by a photograph of her friends. 

Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a short lyrical documentary about her grandmother entitled Going Blind. 

Dusty Nakao-Haider presented a trailer and short scene about his feature length documentary on inner-city youth and basketball in Chicago.

August 2013

Sasha Arutyunova (website/blog) presented a photo series about her sister Diana, that was later showcased at Nomadique Collections’ “These Rhythmic Seasons” exhibition.

Ryan Patch screened a completed cut of The Offering

Stefan Weiner (website) presented a completed version of his song “Sweetly”, which is about a couple planning for their decrepitude, specifically for dementia, and the threat that the disease poses to long-term love.

September 2013

Ethan Goldwater (website) presented a multimedia project entitled “Collisions in Cycles” from his trip to Uzbekistan.

Andrew Ellis (website/blog) presented a rough cut of They Came At Nighta film he made with Discover the Journey. It is about an abducted child soldier in central Africa who risks his life in an attempt to flee from Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army after years of captivity. 

October 2013

Georgia Johnson (blog)presented “The Universe Is Playing With Me”, a short story about falling in love, and the magical connection between inner transformation and outer reality. 

Andrew Ellis (website/blog) screened a completed cut of They Came At Night.

November 2013 

Phil Primason (website) read an excerpt from his as-yet untitled story about a disgraced Lebanese dentist in an existential tailspin.

Michael Koehler presented “The Land Without Evil,” a short story about a young American who joins with an ethnic resistance movement in the jungles of Southeast Asia. It is a coming-of-age story about the death of an ideal, set against the backdrop of a civil war. 

Jon Seale, Alix Pentecost-Farren & Russell Durham presented an animated film about Chinese artist Xu Bing and his giant Phoenix sculptures. 

December 2013

Julia Easterlin (website) presented a simple vocal and harp mix of “Eliza Jane” along with a mix of “Stay”, a minimalist dance track entreating a lover to remain with her despite her own tendency to run.

Ben Stamper (website) presented a rough cut from his feature documentary Don’t Foil My Plans, which follows the life and work of Justin Canha, a New Jersey-based artist in his mid-twenties whose diagnosis places him in the middle of the autism spectrum.

Katrina Sorrentino (website/blog) presented a rough cut of a video travel diary from Korea as well as a completed cut of her short lyrical documentary Going Blind. 

If you’re an artist that could benefit from constructive feedback in a multidisciplinary environment, surrounded by delicious food and friendly folks, reach out to info [at] nomadique.com.

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova

We’re thrilled to announce that our short documentary ELEANOR AMBOS INTERIORS is headed to SXSW! It will first be premiering at Big Sky Documentary Festival on February 21st!We built a snazzy new website for this thing real quick and created the poster above with title drawn by our favorite illustrator Alix Pentecost-Farren and photograph by our own Sasha Arutyunova.
A huge thank you to all who helped us along the long journey to making this film a reality, and special thanks to Eleanor Ambos herself, as well as the staff and friends of the Metropolitan Building who made this film possible.
Here we are after a long day of filming with Eleanor and Lilly back in 2012:

See you in Austin!
ZoomInfo
We’re thrilled to announce that our short documentary ELEANOR AMBOS INTERIORS is headed to SXSW! It will first be premiering at Big Sky Documentary Festival on February 21st!We built a snazzy new website for this thing real quick and created the poster above with title drawn by our favorite illustrator Alix Pentecost-Farren and photograph by our own Sasha Arutyunova.
A huge thank you to all who helped us along the long journey to making this film a reality, and special thanks to Eleanor Ambos herself, as well as the staff and friends of the Metropolitan Building who made this film possible.
Here we are after a long day of filming with Eleanor and Lilly back in 2012:

See you in Austin!
ZoomInfo
We’re thrilled to announce that our short documentary ELEANOR AMBOS INTERIORS is headed to SXSW! It will first be premiering at Big Sky Documentary Festival on February 21st!

We built a snazzy new website for this thing real quick and created the poster above with title drawn by our favorite illustrator Alix Pentecost-Farren and photograph by our own Sasha Arutyunova.

A huge thank you to all who helped us along the long journey to making this film a reality, and special thanks to Eleanor Ambos herself, as well as the staff and friends of the Metropolitan Building who made this film possible.

Here we are after a long day of filming with Eleanor and Lilly back in 2012:

Andrew, Sasha and Katrina with Eleanor and Lilly, 2012

See you in Austin!

SUBMIT HERE
Nomadique is seeking submissions for our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, inviting artists to reflect on what it means to forgive. The pop-up show will be held in New York City in early April and will feature live performances, film screenings, and a gallery display.
Submitted works may reflect on the difficulties inherent in forgiving, the relationship of trauma to forgiveness, the challenge of self-forgiveness, the authority to forgive, or the phenomenon of empathy.Entries include, but are not limited to: film, photography, illustration, live stories, musical performances, dance, and written word. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. 
Nomadique is a multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.
The call for entries closes February 10th, 2014. For more information contact info@nomadique.com. For images from past shows, check out: http://goo.gl/MBpFjT
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SUBMIT HERE
Nomadique is seeking submissions for our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, inviting artists to reflect on what it means to forgive. The pop-up show will be held in New York City in early April and will feature live performances, film screenings, and a gallery display.
Submitted works may reflect on the difficulties inherent in forgiving, the relationship of trauma to forgiveness, the challenge of self-forgiveness, the authority to forgive, or the phenomenon of empathy.Entries include, but are not limited to: film, photography, illustration, live stories, musical performances, dance, and written word. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. 
Nomadique is a multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.
The call for entries closes February 10th, 2014. For more information contact info@nomadique.com. For images from past shows, check out: http://goo.gl/MBpFjT
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SUBMIT HERE
Nomadique is seeking submissions for our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, inviting artists to reflect on what it means to forgive. The pop-up show will be held in New York City in early April and will feature live performances, film screenings, and a gallery display.
Submitted works may reflect on the difficulties inherent in forgiving, the relationship of trauma to forgiveness, the challenge of self-forgiveness, the authority to forgive, or the phenomenon of empathy.Entries include, but are not limited to: film, photography, illustration, live stories, musical performances, dance, and written word. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. 
Nomadique is a multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.
The call for entries closes February 10th, 2014. For more information contact info@nomadique.com. For images from past shows, check out: http://goo.gl/MBpFjT
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SUBMIT HERE
Nomadique is seeking submissions for our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, inviting artists to reflect on what it means to forgive. The pop-up show will be held in New York City in early April and will feature live performances, film screenings, and a gallery display.
Submitted works may reflect on the difficulties inherent in forgiving, the relationship of trauma to forgiveness, the challenge of self-forgiveness, the authority to forgive, or the phenomenon of empathy.Entries include, but are not limited to: film, photography, illustration, live stories, musical performances, dance, and written word. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. 
Nomadique is a multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.
The call for entries closes February 10th, 2014. For more information contact info@nomadique.com. For images from past shows, check out: http://goo.gl/MBpFjT
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SUBMIT HERE
Nomadique is seeking submissions for our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, inviting artists to reflect on what it means to forgive. The pop-up show will be held in New York City in early April and will feature live performances, film screenings, and a gallery display.
Submitted works may reflect on the difficulties inherent in forgiving, the relationship of trauma to forgiveness, the challenge of self-forgiveness, the authority to forgive, or the phenomenon of empathy.Entries include, but are not limited to: film, photography, illustration, live stories, musical performances, dance, and written word. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. 
Nomadique is a multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.
The call for entries closes February 10th, 2014. For more information contact info@nomadique.com. For images from past shows, check out: http://goo.gl/MBpFjT
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SUBMIT HERE
Nomadique is seeking submissions for our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, inviting artists to reflect on what it means to forgive. The pop-up show will be held in New York City in early April and will feature live performances, film screenings, and a gallery display.
Submitted works may reflect on the difficulties inherent in forgiving, the relationship of trauma to forgiveness, the challenge of self-forgiveness, the authority to forgive, or the phenomenon of empathy.Entries include, but are not limited to: film, photography, illustration, live stories, musical performances, dance, and written word. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. 
Nomadique is a multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.
The call for entries closes February 10th, 2014. For more information contact info@nomadique.com. For images from past shows, check out: http://goo.gl/MBpFjT
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SUBMIT HERE
Nomadique is seeking submissions for our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, inviting artists to reflect on what it means to forgive. The pop-up show will be held in New York City in early April and will feature live performances, film screenings, and a gallery display.
Submitted works may reflect on the difficulties inherent in forgiving, the relationship of trauma to forgiveness, the challenge of self-forgiveness, the authority to forgive, or the phenomenon of empathy.Entries include, but are not limited to: film, photography, illustration, live stories, musical performances, dance, and written word. Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience. 
Nomadique is a multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.
The call for entries closes February 10th, 2014. For more information contact info@nomadique.com. For images from past shows, check out: http://goo.gl/MBpFjT
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Nomadique is seeking submissions for our upcoming multimedia art exhibition, inviting artists to reflect on what it means to forgive. The pop-up show will be held in New York City in early April and will feature live performances, film screenings, and a gallery display.

Submitted works may reflect on the difficulties inherent in forgiving, the relationship of trauma to forgiveness, the challenge of self-forgiveness, the authority to forgive, or the phenomenon of empathy.

Entries include, but are not limited to: film, photography, illustration, live stories, musical performances, dance, and written word. 

Nomadique Collections is an art show series created to cultivate community, a community in which friends and artistic collaborators inspire and motivate each other by sharing their work in an unconventional and immersive gallery environment. The series aims to foster the connections that come from an exchange with an open and intentional audience.

Nomadique is a multimedia cooperative made up of filmmakers, photographers, journalists and musicians and consists of a small full-time staff and larger network of creative contributors.

The call for entries closes February 10th, 2014. For more information contact info@nomadique.com. For images from past shows, check out: http://goo.gl/MBpFjT

Nomadique’s Katrina Sorrentino and Jonathan Seale compiled a video celebrating the past year to bring in 2014. Filmed by Katrina and Sasha Arutyunova, music by Jonathan Seale and friends.

A message from Katrina:

This film project caused me to spend the week reflecting upon 2013. It was such a sweet year full of rich and developing friendships, personal as well as community growth and collaborative projects. A genuine thank you to everyone that has been a part of my life this year. I’m looking forward to 2014 - to new friendships, more shared experiences and opportunities to collaborate!! 

This project was made in collaboration with Mason Jar Music and is comprised of little moments from mine as well as Sasha Arutyunova’s life. 

Happy New Years from the Nomadique family!

love, 

katrina 

Some kind words about “These Rhythmic Seasons” from Bryan Schutmaat, an incredible photographer we had the privilege to exhibit in the show. We’re in the early stages of preparing for our next event, coming up in February. Stay tuned.
bryanschutmaat:

I’ve been really busy lately, but I’ve been meaning to make this post for a while now. Back in September, I had some work in a group exhibition called “These Rhythmic Seasons.” In addition to photography, there were film screenings, music performances, poetry readings, even a multimedia story with an accompanying installation. It was put together by a group called Nomadique. I didn’t know what to expect going in, but the show was a really good time. The turnout was great, and I was particularly struck by the atmosphere. Not only was it held in an amazing venue, but everyone there was cool and enthusiastic – lots positive, loving vibes all around. I was honestly pretty touched by the whole thing. Above are some photos from the event (more here). The last one is me and my friend Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova, one of the main organizers of the show and a fine photographer. 
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Some kind words about “These Rhythmic Seasons” from Bryan Schutmaat, an incredible photographer we had the privilege to exhibit in the show. We’re in the early stages of preparing for our next event, coming up in February. Stay tuned.
bryanschutmaat:

I’ve been really busy lately, but I’ve been meaning to make this post for a while now. Back in September, I had some work in a group exhibition called “These Rhythmic Seasons.” In addition to photography, there were film screenings, music performances, poetry readings, even a multimedia story with an accompanying installation. It was put together by a group called Nomadique. I didn’t know what to expect going in, but the show was a really good time. The turnout was great, and I was particularly struck by the atmosphere. Not only was it held in an amazing venue, but everyone there was cool and enthusiastic – lots positive, loving vibes all around. I was honestly pretty touched by the whole thing. Above are some photos from the event (more here). The last one is me and my friend Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova, one of the main organizers of the show and a fine photographer. 
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Some kind words about “These Rhythmic Seasons” from Bryan Schutmaat, an incredible photographer we had the privilege to exhibit in the show. We’re in the early stages of preparing for our next event, coming up in February. Stay tuned.
bryanschutmaat:

I’ve been really busy lately, but I’ve been meaning to make this post for a while now. Back in September, I had some work in a group exhibition called “These Rhythmic Seasons.” In addition to photography, there were film screenings, music performances, poetry readings, even a multimedia story with an accompanying installation. It was put together by a group called Nomadique. I didn’t know what to expect going in, but the show was a really good time. The turnout was great, and I was particularly struck by the atmosphere. Not only was it held in an amazing venue, but everyone there was cool and enthusiastic – lots positive, loving vibes all around. I was honestly pretty touched by the whole thing. Above are some photos from the event (more here). The last one is me and my friend Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova, one of the main organizers of the show and a fine photographer. 
ZoomInfo
Some kind words about “These Rhythmic Seasons” from Bryan Schutmaat, an incredible photographer we had the privilege to exhibit in the show. We’re in the early stages of preparing for our next event, coming up in February. Stay tuned.
bryanschutmaat:

I’ve been really busy lately, but I’ve been meaning to make this post for a while now. Back in September, I had some work in a group exhibition called “These Rhythmic Seasons.” In addition to photography, there were film screenings, music performances, poetry readings, even a multimedia story with an accompanying installation. It was put together by a group called Nomadique. I didn’t know what to expect going in, but the show was a really good time. The turnout was great, and I was particularly struck by the atmosphere. Not only was it held in an amazing venue, but everyone there was cool and enthusiastic – lots positive, loving vibes all around. I was honestly pretty touched by the whole thing. Above are some photos from the event (more here). The last one is me and my friend Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova, one of the main organizers of the show and a fine photographer. 
ZoomInfo
Some kind words about “These Rhythmic Seasons” from Bryan Schutmaat, an incredible photographer we had the privilege to exhibit in the show. We’re in the early stages of preparing for our next event, coming up in February. Stay tuned.
bryanschutmaat:

I’ve been really busy lately, but I’ve been meaning to make this post for a while now. Back in September, I had some work in a group exhibition called “These Rhythmic Seasons.” In addition to photography, there were film screenings, music performances, poetry readings, even a multimedia story with an accompanying installation. It was put together by a group called Nomadique. I didn’t know what to expect going in, but the show was a really good time. The turnout was great, and I was particularly struck by the atmosphere. Not only was it held in an amazing venue, but everyone there was cool and enthusiastic – lots positive, loving vibes all around. I was honestly pretty touched by the whole thing. Above are some photos from the event (more here). The last one is me and my friend Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova, one of the main organizers of the show and a fine photographer. 
ZoomInfo

Some kind words about “These Rhythmic Seasons” from Bryan Schutmaat, an incredible photographer we had the privilege to exhibit in the show. We’re in the early stages of preparing for our next event, coming up in February. Stay tuned.

bryanschutmaat:

I’ve been really busy lately, but I’ve been meaning to make this post for a while now. Back in September, I had some work in a group exhibition called “These Rhythmic Seasons.” In addition to photography, there were film screenings, music performances, poetry readings, even a multimedia story with an accompanying installation. It was put together by a group called Nomadique. I didn’t know what to expect going in, but the show was a really good time. The turnout was great, and I was particularly struck by the atmosphere. Not only was it held in an amazing venue, but everyone there was cool and enthusiastic – lots positive, loving vibes all around. I was honestly pretty touched by the whole thing. Above are some photos from the event (more here). The last one is me and my friend Sasha Aleksandra Arutyunova, one of the main organizers of the show and a fine photographer. 

We are young artists who have moved away from home. Each of us left for our own particular reasons—curiosity, ambition, escape. But what we have in common is what we left behind: our families, relationships and traditions. We wanted to start a new chapter in New York City, a high-powered cultural synthesizer that often prioritizes novelty and dynamism over tradition and stasis. 

Last summer, we left the city and traveled into the American South in pursuit of people who prioritize the opposite: “traditional” American values.

Over the course of two weeks we captured 14 stories from a variety of people, families, and communities in a search to reconcile our preoccupation with the future with a profound nostalgia for the past, our familial and cultural traditions. How are they being preserved, dying out, or being adapted for a new generation?

"American Value: Herb Dishman, China, TX" is the first episode of a short documentary series that came out of this experience. This episode tells the story of a Texas rice farmer and his decision to embrace fatherhood and carry on his family’s tradition of working the land. Herb’s story complicates the cultural stereotype of the American farmer by following a journey that took him away from home and around the world, but ultimately led him to realize that his true calling is back where his journey began.

Thanks to Upworthy and Vimeo Staff Picks for spreading the word about “American Value: Herb Dishman, China, TX” and Nomadique.

Photo © Sasha Arutyunova 2012

Photo © Sasha Arutyunova 2012

For more information on Nomadique and American Value, follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
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Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo
Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.
Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!
For more photos check out our Facebook page.
Artists/exhibited works -Photographers: Sasha Arutyunova - Diana Cynthia Henebry Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends Collin LaFleche - Right After
Films: Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)
Music: Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum Margaret GlaspyKris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos
Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova
ZoomInfo

Last Friday we welcomed over 200 people to one of our favorite spaces in the city for the opening of our third group art show, our second at the Metropolitan Building. "These Rhythmic Seasons" was our largest endeavor yet, with a summer’s worth of planning leading to a day-of installation, a four hour show, and swift de-installation the same night. We were honored to showcase the work of 11 artists, and bring together members of so many different communities in our audience. We were also thrilled to premiere our short documentary Eleanor Ambos Interiors, which was largely shot at the Metropolitan and profiles its wise and eccentric owner, Eleanor Ambos, our guest of honor for the evening.

Here is a comprehensive list of the exhibited artwork for those who missed it or would like a second look!

For more photos check out our Facebook page.

Artists/exhibited works -
Photographers:
Sasha Arutyunova - Diana
Cynthia Henebry
Bryan Schutmaat - Grays the Mountain Sends
Collin LaFleche - Right After

Films:
Bianca Giaever - The Scared is Scared
Alex Mallis - The Last Colorful Note
Nomadique - American Value: Herb Dishman: China, TX
Matt Slaby of Luceo - Losing Ground
Nomadique - Eleanor Ambos Interiors (trailer)

Music:
Geoffrey Wilson of Jus Post Bellum
Margaret Glaspy
Kris Nolte featuring members of Khorikos

Event program:

Photos by Sasha Arutyunova

bryanschutmaat:

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Grays the Mountain Sendsby Bryan Schutmaat Published by The Silas Finch Foundation
First Edition. 11.5 x 13.5 inches. 102 pages. 42 full color plates printed with UV inks on Mohawk Superfine uncoated paper. Flexible offset-printed cover. Steel spine. Bound by screw posts. ISBN 1234567890987. 100% made in USA.  $75. Release date:  October 1st, 2013Buy here! 
View more photos from the book here. 
To my friends on tumblr, please help spread the word so these get sold. 

If you couldn’t get enough of photographer Bryan Schutmaat's work at These Rhythmic Seasons on Friday night, you can now preorder his beautiful book Grays the Mountain Sends. We can’t wait to get our hands on ours.
While you’re at it, check it out his Aperture Portfolio Prize Winner show in Chelsea, which opened tonight.
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bryanschutmaat:

Now taking preorders!
Grays the Mountain Sendsby Bryan Schutmaat Published by The Silas Finch Foundation
First Edition. 11.5 x 13.5 inches. 102 pages. 42 full color plates printed with UV inks on Mohawk Superfine uncoated paper. Flexible offset-printed cover. Steel spine. Bound by screw posts. ISBN 1234567890987. 100% made in USA.  $75. Release date:  October 1st, 2013Buy here! 
View more photos from the book here. 
To my friends on tumblr, please help spread the word so these get sold. 

If you couldn’t get enough of photographer Bryan Schutmaat's work at These Rhythmic Seasons on Friday night, you can now preorder his beautiful book Grays the Mountain Sends. We can’t wait to get our hands on ours.
While you’re at it, check it out his Aperture Portfolio Prize Winner show in Chelsea, which opened tonight.
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bryanschutmaat:

Now taking preorders!
Grays the Mountain Sendsby Bryan Schutmaat Published by The Silas Finch Foundation
First Edition. 11.5 x 13.5 inches. 102 pages. 42 full color plates printed with UV inks on Mohawk Superfine uncoated paper. Flexible offset-printed cover. Steel spine. Bound by screw posts. ISBN 1234567890987. 100% made in USA.  $75. Release date:  October 1st, 2013Buy here! 
View more photos from the book here. 
To my friends on tumblr, please help spread the word so these get sold. 

If you couldn’t get enough of photographer Bryan Schutmaat's work at These Rhythmic Seasons on Friday night, you can now preorder his beautiful book Grays the Mountain Sends. We can’t wait to get our hands on ours.
While you’re at it, check it out his Aperture Portfolio Prize Winner show in Chelsea, which opened tonight.
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bryanschutmaat:

Now taking preorders!
Grays the Mountain Sendsby Bryan Schutmaat Published by The Silas Finch Foundation
First Edition. 11.5 x 13.5 inches. 102 pages. 42 full color plates printed with UV inks on Mohawk Superfine uncoated paper. Flexible offset-printed cover. Steel spine. Bound by screw posts. ISBN 1234567890987. 100% made in USA.  $75. Release date:  October 1st, 2013Buy here! 
View more photos from the book here. 
To my friends on tumblr, please help spread the word so these get sold. 

If you couldn’t get enough of photographer Bryan Schutmaat's work at These Rhythmic Seasons on Friday night, you can now preorder his beautiful book Grays the Mountain Sends. We can’t wait to get our hands on ours.
While you’re at it, check it out his Aperture Portfolio Prize Winner show in Chelsea, which opened tonight.
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bryanschutmaat:

Now taking preorders!


Grays the Mountain Sends

by Bryan Schutmaat 

Published by The Silas Finch Foundation


First Edition. 11.5 x 13.5 inches. 102 pages. 42 full color plates printed with UV inks on Mohawk Superfine uncoated paper. Flexible offset-printed cover. Steel spine. Bound by screw posts. ISBN 1234567890987. 100% made in USA.  $75. 

Release date:  October 1st, 2013

Buy here

View more photos from the book here


To my friends on tumblr, please help spread the word so these get sold. 

If you couldn’t get enough of photographer Bryan Schutmaat's work at These Rhythmic Seasons on Friday night, you can now preorder his beautiful book Grays the Mountain Sends. We can’t wait to get our hands on ours.

While you’re at it, check it out his Aperture Portfolio Prize Winner show in Chelsea, which opened tonight.