Jackie Skrzynski
Still, Still Moving Opens March 2 at the Howland Cultural Center


Acorn Tongue, pictured above, along with Glow Stem, are part of the group exhibition Still Still Moving, curated by Eleni Smolen. Smolen is well known as the creative force behind the respected gallery, Theo Ganz Studio. She and her husband David also organize Beacon 3D, the annual city-wide celebration of public sculpture.
The exhibition is located in the historic Howland Cultural Center on Main Street in Beacon, NY and runs through the month of March.

Artist's Talk: Jackie Skrzynski and Marieken Cochius


CMA Gallery of Mount Saint Mary's College is pleased to announce an artist's talk for February 19th at 4pm. Marieken Cochius and Jackie Skrzynski will discuss their work which was exhibited in the CMA Gallery in the fall. The event is open to the public.

Complex Ecologies runs October 19th -December 14th


Marieken Cochius and Jackie Skrzynski are exhibiting new work at the CMA Gallery at Mount Saint Mary's College in Newburgh, NY. The College is holding an opening reception on October 19th from 5-7pm. Located in Aquinas Hall, the gallery is part of a new initiative to enhance art programming at The Mount. Artists' talks will be scheduled for December.

Newburgh Open Studios 2018


Visit Jackie Skrzynski at #3, Ann Street Studios to see all new work.

“Newburgh OPEN Studios, celebrating its 8th year, is a direct manifestation of our mission to foster artistic expression, civic participation and the economic growth of Newburgh’s diverse community.  We do this by supporting, promoting, and advocating for arts and culture and by celebrating the livelihoods of working artists in our region. Therefore, NOS will continue the tradition of presenting the Fall tour- September 29th & 30th, 2018.”
— Gerardo Castro & Michael Gabor, organizers

2018 Barbara Deming Memorial Fund Award Winner


Jackie Skrzynski is one of the 2018 award recipients recognized and supported by the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund. Money for Women is the oldest ongoing feminist granting agency. While other grant sources have come and gone, the MFW fund is in its fourth decade. They are "still feminist and still willing to take risks."  See details for the 2018 Award Winners in the link above.
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