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AIR-HMC, International Artists Residencies exhibition, Budapest
IX. Mester u. 5.
Budapest
Hungary


May 7th, 2009 - May 29th, 2009
Opening: 
May 7th, 2009 6:00 PM - 6:00 PM
 
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The HMC, Inc. and Ferencvarosi PinceGallery cordially invite you for the

AIR, International Artists Residencies exhibition
(works in a variety of media)

Ferencvarosi PinceGallery
IX. Mester u. 5. Budapest, Hungary

May 7 - May 29, 2009

Opening reception: May 7 at 6:00pm
Opening remarks:  Carolyn Glassman, Cultural Attashe - US Embassy, Budapest
Curators: Palfi Anna - ArtOrigo & Beata Szechy - HMC

Exhibiting artists:
1. Rudee Westphal, SD;  2. Megan Randlett, MA;  3. Lisa Erdman, FL;  4. Odette England, UK;  5. Niku Kashef, CA;  6. Jenna Spevack, NY;  7. Howard M. Christopherson, MN;  8. Gregory Euclide, MN;  9. Benjamin Page, CA;  10. Andreas Papanastasiu, UK;  11. Patricia Tinajero, TN;  12. Marlene Vinha, Portugese;  13. Lana Ing Gabor, Canada;  14. Kristine Trever, VA;  15. Holly Boruck, CA;  16. Hannah Verlin, MA;  17. Candida Pestana, Portugese;  18. Amy Eloise Thomas and Oliver Irvine, Ireland;  19. Megha Joshi, India;  20. Terra Fine, WA;  21. Malesha Jessie, CA;  22. Luca Armigero, Italy;  23. Louis Denes, Canada;  24. Amelia Schembri, Canada;  25. Cara Tomlinson, OR

The AIR-HMC’s mission to bridge cultural, geographic, and linguistic divides by bringing people together through the arts in order to foster a greater understanding of world cultures.
The HMC is a non-profit organization, was founded in 1990 to provide artists from all over the world to explore their practice within a stimulating and supportive environment.  The artist-in-residence program aims to bring together international artists at different stages of their careers in order to foster cultural exchange and development.  Therefore, artists may use the residency to accomplish a specific project or experiment with their practice in a nurturing environment alongside other international artists.

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