Green Kill is very excited to announce that a selection of works by artist Betty MacDonald will be in the November exhibition, “Journeys Through Time” running from Saturday, November 2 to Saturday, November 30 with an opening celebration on Saturday, November 2 from 5 pm – 7 pm. Best viewing hours are 3 pm to 6 pm, Tuesday – Saturday. Green Kill hours are 3 pm – 9 pm Tuesday – Saturday.
The Green Kill November Exhibition, “Journeys Through Time,” will include Leslie Bender, Karen Capobianco, Betty MacDonald, and Marilyn Reynolds.
About Betty MacDonald
Actor-sculptor-writer Betty MacDonald contributed to TMI’s “What To Expect When You’re Not Expecting,” as a writer and performer. Her essay “Before Roe v. Wade” appears in the anthology Get Out of My Crotch! Her work is included in the anthologies 80 Things To Do When You Turn 80, Open House and Better With Age. Betty has read at Spoken Word, a monthly gathering of writers and readers in Kingston, NY, at TMI events in Rosendale, Woodstock and Kingston, NY, and has participated in story slams for Woodstock Bookfest, and StorySlams.com. She has been featured at 650 Writers Read at the Cell Theatre in New York City, Best of Writers Read at Vassar College, and Work Project at the Bridge Street Theatre in Catskill. An improvisational actor, Betty has performed with Community Playback Theatre for more than 30 years.
About Journeys Through Time
“Art Journeys Through Time” is an exhibition of artwork by four women who have taken their lifetimes to synthesize the effects of violence.
Our culture is saturate with violence, to humans, animals, our environment, and ourselves. It is a denial of the feminine side of existence on Earth.
As curator, Leslie Bender chose to celebrate her victory over the profound effects of family abuse with an exhibition of art spanning 35 years, from when she first uncovered her memories, till the present. She searched for women to join her, believing the support of camaraderie would help them reveal them their stories.
Releasing the grip of fear and degradation is slow and painful as memories become reactivated. Washing away those paradigms must be done in order to complete the journey. The highest level of strength and courage is needed to climb one’s inner Mt. Everest. But the joy and self-power that may result is thrilling and gratifying beyond compare.
These stories must be told over and over until humanity begins to change its basic concept of what life is about.
About Green Kill
Green Kill is a multi-use performance space dedicated to a diverse and growing creative community. Green Kill’s mission is to create artistic opportunities through peer to peer organization of talented and dedicated visual, performing and literary artists.
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