Tony Gengarelly’s The Art of Jessica Park, A World Transformed will be available soon! The forty-eight page art biography tells the story of PVA’s artist Jessica Park’s. Images of Jessica’s work, family photographs, illustrations by Danielle Christensen and a forward by PVA’s director, Dr. Pamala Rogers are included. To order a copy in advance of publication contact Tony Gengarelly at a.gengarelly@mcla.edu.

PVA is excited to welcome The Museum of Modern Art’s teaching artist Rebecca Goyette back for her third workshop, this time on soft sculpture. The first session began at the MoMA’s PS1 with a visit to the Mike Kelley retrospective show. Inspired by his large-scaled installations, PVA artists brought in their own recycled items (socks, sweaters, buttons, stuffed animals…etc) to build new shapes and meaning into these everyday objects. We would like to thank Rebecca and The MoMA once again.

On Thursday, March 12, 2015, Elisa Huberman read her original book The Odd Duckling to a large and enthusiastic crowd at Felicity House. As part of Artistic Expressions, an event celebrating the achievements of Women on the Autism Spectrum, Elisa presented along side actors of CO/LAB Theater Group. The award-winning short film, Keep the Change, by filmmaker Rachel Israel and actress Samantha Elisofon was also screened. We would like to thank Felicity House for organizing such a wonderful event and all our supporters who attended. Pure Vision Arts, Transit on the Spectrum exhibit featured in Raw Vision newsletter.