I will be presenting an Artist Talk at Peconic Landind in Greenport, Long Island at 3 pm January 17, 2015 discussing the evolution of my work with “Collective Portraits” including “Eyes on Main Street” my most recent project “A Port of Views.” http://peconiclanding.com/upcoming-events/ “Andrea Cote has explored the body and identity as a subject for […]
Andrea Cote will present a selection of Video Portraits in the “Artists on Film” Series at the Pollock-Krasner House on Friday, September 12 at 7 pm. Hosted by Marion Wolberg Weiss. Audience discussion to follow screening. Pollock-Krasner House Calendar
Professional Development Seminar at East End Arts Saturday, Sept 28 11-2 pm At East End Arts in the Carriage House Artist Andrea Cote will share her process for developing and presenting temporary public projects, including the recent “Eyes on Main Street” for Downtown Riverhead, as well as artworks in conjunction with the O, Miami Poetry […]
Monday, September 16, 6-8 pm Come learn about this multimedia community project and watch a selection of short videos of local personalities including Anthony Meras of Star Confectionary, Liz Strebel from The Riverhead Diner and Grill, and Danielle Gisiger, local designer of 73 Main. Stories are recounted about Riverhead past and present. The artist and […]
On Sunday, May 27, 2013 at The 17th Annual Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival sponsored by the East End Arts Council, we gathered eyes and stories of participants. We added to the installation of 50 blindfolds by the end of the day. Participants were encouraged to “try on another’s eyes” and leave a story about Main Street to share. This aspect of the project really brought it home to the individual.
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So after less than a week, we’re moving the installation down two doors, on the other side of the bike shop and across from The Suffolk Theater. Two new business will be going in next to East End Arts: a wine and coffee bar and a board game shop. We’re happy to see Riverhead filling […]
In the empty storefronts at 125 and 127 Main Street will be an installation of 100 silk blindfolds printed with residents’ and visitors’ eyes, photographs and words. This installation will be created with public at The 17th Annual Community Mosaic Street Painting Festival sponsored by the East End Arts Council, taking place over Memorial Day Weeekend on Sunday, May 27, 2013. (Rain date is Monday May 28.) Participants will be encouraged to “try on another’s eyes” and leave a story about Main Street to share.
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Andrea Cote discussed “Eyes on Main Street” on WPPB, with Bonnie Grice on The Eclectic Cafe alongsie Pat Snyder of The East End Arts Council:
(we come in at about 45 minutes, Read More to access link)