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    Present Project – Preview

    PRESENT Project is an artist residency that will facilitate collaboration and exchange between international and local artists in Honolulu, Hawaii for five weeks in Fall 2014. Learn more… Continue reading

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    Tarp Bloom

    Keith Tallett and Sally Lundburg exhibit collaborative works utilizing plastic tarps at The Honolulu Museum of Art School, April & May 2014 as apart of the “Contact” Exhibition. Continue reading

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    Contact Exhibition

    The Honolulu Museum of Art presents the popup juried exhibition“CONTACT” April 10-20, 2014. AGGROculture’s Sally, Keith, and Scott were among the invited artists exhibiting. Continue reading

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    Hawaii Apocalypse

    Paris-based artist, Kosta Kulundzic’s exhibits first solo show in the U.S. “Hawaii Apolalypse” – opens Thursday June 13 at SPF Projects, Oahu. Get the facts…

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    Moke Avant-garde

    Keith Tallett’s exhibition “Militia” at SPF Project in Honolulu, was reviewed in the Honolulu Star Advertiser by special contributor David A.M. Goldberg. Read it here… Continue reading

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    Artist Talk at Donkey Mill

    Please join Margo Ray and Scott Yoell when they present their work in artist talks – at the the Donkey Mill Art Center on May 30, 2013, from 6-8pm. Continue reading

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    Tallett at SPF Projects

    Oahu exhibition venue, SPF Projects presents artist Keith Tallett for it’s inaugural show. The exhibition, titled Militia, represents the artistʼs first solo show and opens June 13, 2013. Continue reading

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    Cycles of Life Exhibition

    The Donkey Mill Art Center presents “Cycles of Life” from Feb.12 – April 6, 2013. AGGROculture members Margo Ray, Scott Yoell and Sally Lundburg are amoung the invited artists. Continue reading

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    The Allegory of Landscape

    AGGROculture is pleased to announce that Margo Ray was chosen as the 2013 Honolulu Printmaker’s Gift Print Artist. Read the article written about Margo by artist Stephen Freedman. Continue reading

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    Finding the Forest

    Scott Yoell and Sally Lundburg will exhibit works in Finding the Forest, an invitational exhibition at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center Jan. 27 – Mar.30, 2013. Reception is Sat. January 26 . Continue reading

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    Mahalo Joan Mitchell!

    Keith Tallett has been awarded a 2012 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant. He was one of 25 artists in the United States to receive this prestigious award. Continue reading

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    New Waves

    Tedd Nash Pomaski exhibits “New Waves and Nature Studies” at Ironwood Gallery in Kamuela. Opening reception is at Ironwood Custom Framing – Dec. 8, from 4-6pm. Continue reading

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    ARTISTS VOTE TOO!

    Election day is Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Get out and vote…but before you do, check out the presidential candidates positions on the arts. Continue reading

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    Oasis in a Desert

    David A.M Goldberg reviews The Biennial of Hawaii Artists X at the Honolulu Museum of Art for the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Much aloha David! Continue reading

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    AGGROroadshow

    Please join us for AGGROroadshow, a traveling caravan arriving at Fishcake in Honolulu from April 12 – June 2, 2012. We’ve got handmade goods, arts and crafts, and collectable Grassheads. Continue reading

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    2012 Biennial X

    A mixed media installation by Hawaii based artist Sally Lundburg will be on view from February 23 – July 22, 2012 as a part of the Biennial of Hawai‘i Artists X. Continue reading

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    Hawaii Art Now

    Since the first Biennial of Hawai’i Artists in 1993, 58 artists have been selected to show their work—now catch up with many of the artists from the past nine Biennials. Continue reading

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    APECalypse Now?

    David A.M. Goldberg of the Star-Advertiser reviews “alterna-APEC” at The ARTS at Marks Garage… mentioning AGGROculture’s, “The Rat and The Octopus” Continue reading

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    Dark Clouds and Light

    Read the portrait of artist Valerie Yong Ock Kim written by Sally Lundburg and Scott Yoell and published in HI Art Magazine, issue XII. Photos by Sally Lundburg. Continue reading

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    Current ReVisions – Hawaiian Craft Today

    Curated by AGGROculture Collective, this exhibition features 14 artisans whose work portrays a rainbow of contemporary life in Hawai’i.

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    In Loving Memory of The Sea

    Margo Ray writes about her month-long artist-in-residency at St. Michael’s Printshop on the island of Newfoundland in Canada. Continue reading

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    The Rat & The Octopus

    An AGGROculture collaborative work currently being exhibited as a triptych of photos in “alterna-APEC” at The Arts at Marks Garage from Nov.4-19, 2011. Continue reading

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    A Poet of Visual Metaphor

    Carlos Villa of the San Francisco Art Institute will visit the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo Art Department this week as the department’s Artist-In-Residence, October 10-14, 2011. Continue reading

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    Hawai’i Printmaking Now

    14+1: Hawaii Printmaking Now, is on exhibit at the Kahilu Theater from Aug 1 – October 14. Curated by Margo Ray, it showcases a group of 15 artists from across the state. Continue reading

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    No rainbow, No problem

    David A.M. Goldberg of the Star-Advertiser reviews the Artists of Hawai’i 2011 exhibition at the Honolulu Academy of Arts…giving a nod to AGGROculture’s Keith Tallett. Continue reading

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    In Your Face

    In March, Sally Lundburg was a visiting artist at University of Hawaii. Her collaborative project, In Your Face, explores the idea of invasive information, as it relates social media. Continue reading

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    If Color Were a Bad Bully

    Margo Ray’s work is reviewed in the UHH Student paper, after her residency at the university. “like giant Fruity Pebbles…or my head exploding after taking too much LSD…” Continue reading

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    Scott Yoell – Art:21 Review

    So how does a Canadian come to make a work that sounds like it’s about life in America? Maybe it isn’t. Read the review about Scott Yoell’s work, Tsunami on the art:21 blog…. Continue reading

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    John Davis Visceral Tunes

    Artist John Davis recently provided Sally with an array of highly visceral and textured samples for the video piece, Please take a Walk with Me. See video and read more… Continue reading

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    Jason Jun Teraoka’s TV

    As a featured artist in Spring Forward show, AGGROculture presented Jason Teraoka to the Big Island Community, exhibiting a selection of his works on paper and canvas. Continue reading