[5.10.15] ARTIST BOOK RELEASE
Get your copy of my first artist catalog (print collection) of works from 2011 - 2016. I am so pleased with the beautiful product created by Edition One Books. This is a wonderful addition to anyone's artist book collection and includes high quality images of exhibited work, in process sketches, interviews, statements and more.
[5.8.16] MAY FIRST FRIDAY @ BOSTON SCULPTORS GALLERY
Click here to view some photos taken during the May First Friday Reception at Boston Sculptors Gallery for Imaginate-- on view through June 5. Join us on Saturday, May 14 at 3:00 PM for Artists' Talks and from 4:00 - 7:00 PM for the Artists' Reception.
[5.5.16] CRITCS' PICKS
Archambault's exhibition, "Imaginate", is NOW on view at Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA. Check out the latest preview of "Imaginate" in this week's Critics' Picks in the Boston Globe. Many thanks to Cate McQuaid for the nod.
[3.29.16] BOSTON SCULPTORS GALLERY - MARCH 2016 : FOCUS ON AMY ARCHAMBAULT
Click here for a sneak peek at Amy Archambault and her rookie exhibition, "Imaginate", coming to Boston Sculptors Gallery *** MAY 4 - JUNE 5 ***.
[2.15.16] ARTIST BOOK RELEASE
I am ecstatic to share the release of my very first artist catalog (print collection) of works from 2011 - 2016. The proof has been confirmed and sent off for final printing. I cannot wait to get these in the hands of enthusiasts. Thank you Edition One Books for your wonderful service and creation of a beautifully assembled product! Reserve your copy today by emailing Amy Archambault Studio.
[12.29.15] DAVE BOWN PROJECTS
I am pleased to announce that I have been selected for the Dave Bown Projects - 11th Semiannual Competition (Curators: Katherine Pill, Ron Platt, Kelly Shindler) - Honorable Mention. View the collection of selected artists here.
Join me Friday, December 19 from 6:00 - 8:30 PM for the Opening Reception of "Twice As Good" at the Boston Sculptors Gallery. Holiday offerings are "TWICE AS GOOD"! I am honored to feature the work of artist / friend Sarah Tortora. I am ALSO thrilled to exhibit NEW WORK! RSVP and learn more here.
Join me on Saturday, October 17 from 1:00 - 3:00 PM on the Boston Center for the Arts Tremont Street plaza for the closing reception / celebration of "inMotion: Memories of Invented Play". We call this BICYCLE JAM. Visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1637338013189422/ for details! Can't wait!
I am so pleased to announce that I have been added to the exhibition schedule at the Boston Children's Museum, MA for a small works / drawings show : December 3, 2016 - February 6, 2017. Looking forward to creating new work!
Join my friend and bicycle wiz Galen Mook (Landry's Bicycles) and myself for a family friendly workshop, "Zen and the Art of Fixing Your Bike", at the Boston Center for the Arts tomorrow, Wednesday, September 9, 4:30 - 5:30 PM. Learn more about the workshop here. RSVP via Facebook here.
It was a pleasure to blog for NEFA regarding my process and inspiration for inMotion: Memories of Invented Play ... on view at the Boston Center for the Arts through October 18th. Click here to read the feature.
Special thanks for Melissa Blackall Photography for these wonderful captures from opening night. How fantastic to see participants engagement and curiosity. Click here to view the images.
Click here to view a small feature of the 10x10x10xTieton exhibition featuring some of my recent small works.
The Boston Globe on the Isles Arts Initiative. Thank you Cate McQuaid: "Amy Archambault's delightful sculpture "Traverse", located in a dark corner near a window overlooking the harbor, looks like a catamaran Rube Goldberg might have designed - function pivoting toward absurdity. It could be a nutty, patched-together escape vessel for a prisoner."
Hyperallergic on the Isles Arts Initiative
I am honored to be featured in the Boston Globe for my work at the Boston Center for the Arts; "inMotion: Memories of Invented Play". Click here to view the review. Special thanks to the community for bringing the work to life.
It was a pleasure talking with Kate Gilbert from "Now and There". Click here for the interview. Best of luck to Kate in all her future endeavors. She is doing incredible work in the public art sector.
The Boston Globe on "inMotion: Memories of Invented Play"
The Boston Center for the Arts presents Amy Archambault's inMotion: Memories of Invented Play. Join us on the Tremont Street plaza next Thursday, July 23rd from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. Come PLAY / RIDE!
ArtSake - MCC Artist Fellows Notes
Big, Red & Shiny on inMotion: Memories of Invented Play
Artscope Magazine on the Isles Arts Initiative
Art F City on the Isles Arts Initiative
It's official! I have received the permit for my work "inMotion: Memories of Invented Play" from the Boston Arts Commission. The Boston Center for the Arts and I are so pleased to announce the project that concludes my summer residency. Click here for the Boston Center for the Arts Press Release.
The Isles Arts Initiative is right around the corner! I am so honored to be a part of this incredible arts collaborative. Thank you Liz Devlin for making this dream become a reality. Click here to view the IAI Brochure. Click here to visit the IAI website. You don't want to miss this ... JULY 11th - AUGUST 26th.
Boston Globe on the Isles Arts Initiative.
Click here to view the latest review by "Artscope" of PULSE: New Works by Faculty Artists, on view through April 15th, 2015.
[3.12.15] ARTIST RESIDENCY
The summer of 2015 will be active for Archambault as she is set to participate in two Boston-based public art projects. Archambault has been invited to participate in the "Isles Arts Initiative"; her work specifically being featured in "Cove", a group exhibition of sculpture / installation artists on Georges Island (Boston Harbor Islands). In addition, Archambault has been named the 2015 Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) Summer Artist in Residence. Her large-scale interactive installation (to be installed on the BCA Plaza), "inMotion", explores one of the most ubiquitous learned activities - riding a bicycle. Stay tuned for updates regarding these two summer endeavors.
Join Archambault and the College of the Holy Cross Visual Arts Faculty for the opening reception of PULSE: New Works by Faculty Artists. The opening reception takes place on January 28, 2015 from 5:00 - 7:00 PM and will be held at the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery at the College of the Holy Cross. For more information, visit http://offices.holycross.edu/cantorartgallery. To view the event via social media (Facebook), visit https://www.facebook.com/events/875425202508570/.
[1.15.15] ARTIST RESIDENCY
Amy Archambault has been nominated for the Boston Center for the Arts Summer 2015 Artist Residency / Public Project. She is thrilled about this potential opportunity and is working hard to put forth an exciting proposal. Fingers crossed!
Archambault is thrilled to announce her participation in the Isles Arts Initiative coming to the Boston Harbor Islands summer of 2015. Archambault is currently working on an installation to be exhibited on Georges Island in the historic Fort Warren. Stay tuned for exhibition dates, events and more!
Join Archambault and the Boston Sculptors for the opening reception of Sketchy Sculptors: Sculptor's Drawings in All Mediums. Sketchy Sculptors will feature the work of Boston Sculptors' 36 members as a holiday fundraising event. Find the perfect holiday gift for that special someone. View the event via social media at https://www.facebook.com/events/1529109780663181/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
Visit https://artsy.net/show/grin-teem-featuring-35-artists and / or http://grinprovidence.com/teem/ to view updates / images from the opening of TEEM: An Installation and Flatfile Exhibition. Special thanks to GRIN directors Lindsey Stapleton and Corey Oberlander for putting this amazing exhibition together.
Happy Thanksgiving to all of my very supportive family, friends and colleagues. I appreciate you all!
In just two weeks, Archambault will unveil her latest installation, "Futile ascent" (2014) at GRIN Providence in the exhibition TEEM. Visit http://grinprovidence.com/teem/ for more details.
[06.15.14] GALLERY AFFILIATION
Boston Sculptors Gallery New Members Press Release
[06.06.14] GALLERY AFFILIATION
Archambault was recently named 2014 - 2016 member of Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA. She is thrilled about this opportunity to work amongst reputable artists and participate in exhibitions in the years ahead. Click here to learn more about Boston Sculptors Gallery.
Click here to view a Q&A with Archambault regarding the implications of current technological trends in her discipline, published in the Massachusetts Cultural Council's ArtSake Blog.
Click here to view the press feature by "Holy Cross Magazine" on Archambault and her exhibition, Live-work.
Click here to view the latest review by "The Salem News" on Archambault's exhibition, Live-work, on view through April 3rd, 2014.
Click here to view the latest announcement by "Wicked Local Beverly" for the Time Trials event hosted by 17 Cox and in coordination with Live-work.
Click here to view the latest press feature by "Holy Cross News & Events" on Archambault's latest exhibition, Live-work, on view February 6th - April 3rd, 2014.
Click here to view the latest press by "Wicked Local Beverly" on Archambault's latest exhibition, Live-work, opening on February 6th, 6:00 - 9:00 PM.
Click here to view information via 17 Cox about Archambault's latest exhibition, Live-work, opening on February 6th, 6:00 - 9:00 PM.
Click here to view a stop-motion video of the Live-work install created by 17 Cox.
Click here to view the Holy Cross Magazine feature on Archambault and colleague Rachelle Beaudoin, "Faculty Artists Make Their Mark at Holy Cross".
Click here to view the Spark press release, "Cantor Art Gallery to Present Spark: A Celebration of Alumnae Artists from Holy Cross".
Click here to view the feature "Visual Arts Lecturer Earns Award from Mass. Cultural Council".
[01.30.13] MASSACHUSETTS CULTURAL COUNCIL FELLOWSHIP GRANT
Archambault has been awarded the Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship Grant (Sculpture / Installation) 2013. Click here to learn more about the MCC.