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Mad Moments: Julia Kunin

Mon, Apr 12 / 7 pm ET

In these MAD Moments, MAD’s chief curator Elissa Auther is joined by artist Julia Kunin for an online conversation on Kunin’s wide-ranging ceramic practice. Learn about the artist’s diverse influences, including Soviet-era art and architecture and Art Nouveau. Hear from Kunin about her ongoing work in Hungary, current projects, upcoming shows, and ordering the perfect glazes in another language. Ask your questions during the Q & A with the artist. 

MAD Moments is a series of talks hosted by Elissa Auther, and access is free for all Members and Patrons. Not a Member yet? Ticket costs for this edition may be applied to the purchase of a MAD Membership. Please contact members@madmuseum.org to become a part of the MAD family today. 

Ticket purchasers will receive an email confirmation. Please follow the link under “Important Information” to complete your registration with Zoom. 

For questions, please email members@madmuseum.org.

About the artist

Julia Kunin lives in Brooklyn, NY. She earned a BA from Wellesley College and an MFA from The Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. Kunin has an upcoming two-person show at Mother Gallery, Beacon, NY 2021. Recent solo exhibitions include Mechanical Ballet at Kate Werble Gallery, Rainbow Dream Machine at McClain Gallery, and Les Guerilleres at Sandra Gering Gallery. Recent group exhibitions include Claytopian New York at Plaxall Gallery, Fur Cup at Underdonk, Raw Design at the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design. Kunin was a Fulbright Scholar to Hungary in 2013. In 2010 She received a Trust for Mutual Understanding Grant to Hungary; in 2008, she received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant and a residency at Art Omi, and in 2007 she received the John Michael Kohler Arts/Industry Artist Residency. Fellowships include The MacDowell Colony, The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, CEC Artslink grant to The Republic of Georgia, Artist Residency in Wiesbaden, Germany, Yaddo, The Millay Colony, Vermont Studio Center, The Core Program in Houston, Texas, and Skowhegan.

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