Present Conditional

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Untitled, 2008 Monoprint © Jaime Ursic
Present Conditional
Curated by: Armando H. Torres

1612 Waterloo Street
Los Angeles, CA , CA 90026
March 29th, 2008 - April 7th, 2008
Opening: March 29th, 2008 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM

silverlake/echo park
By Appointment Only
Jaime, Ursic, Art, los, angeles, prints, printmaking


SWAN Day (Support Women Artists Now) is a new international holiday that celebrates women artists. It will be an annual event taking place on the last Saturday of Women’s History Month (March). The first SWAN Day will take place on Saturday, March 29, 2008.

By focusing attention on the work of women artists, SWAN Day will help people imagine what the
world might be like if women’s art and perspectives were fully integrated into all of our lives.
The long term goal of SWAN Day is to inspire communities around the world to find new ways to
recognize and support women artists as a basic element of civic planning.

*** Jaime Ursic - "Present Conditional" March 29 - 7:30 PM @ Underground Gallery***

Jaime Ursic received her MFA in painting/printmaking from the Yale University School of Art in
2002 and her BFA and BS from Pennsylvania State University in 2000. She has made art at Studio Art Centers International in Florence, and been an Artist-In-Residence at the Contemporary Art Center in North Adams, MA and the Vermont Studio Center. Her work has been exhibited in both national and international venues and is included in private collections across North America and Europe. Her work was short-listed in 2002 for the Starr Foundation Artist-in-Residence, and she received numerous awards, the latest was a solo exhibition entitled "Visual Confection" at Gallery 825 in summer 2007. As an educator, she has taught studio art and art history at a variety of
institutions, including Yale University, Yale Center for British Art, Wesleyan University, The
Guggenheim Hermitage Museum, Las Vegas Art Museum, and the J. Paul Getty Museum.

Underground Gallery
1612 Waterloo Street