Toy Organ in The Washington Post

“Molly Joyce is among of the most versatile, prolific and intriguing composers working under the vast new-music dome.” — Michael Andor Brodeur, The Washington Post

Incredibly honored and grateful for such a thoughtful and nuanced profile, specifically honoring the work not despite of disability but through it and as a “wellspring of creative potential.” + mentions of some of my favorite scholars and collaborators – Stefan Sunandan Honisch, David VanderHamm, and Sandy Guttman — full article at here.

More this Friday, 12pm ET in an artist talk with Sandy and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden: hirshhorn.si.edu/event/friday-art-break-artist-talk-with-molly-joyce

 

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Artist Talk with Sandy Guttman

#artistdreamcometrue – super excited and honored to talk with curator Sandy Guttman next Friday, Dec 18 (12pm ET) with the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden! I’ve been super fortunate to work with Sandy on the ongoing project Perspective featuring disabled interviewees and which began at Halcyon Arts Lab, and we’ll be covering toy organs, accessibility and more. Join us on Zoom, Facebook Live, and YouTube: hirshhorn.si.edu/event/friday-art-break-artist-talk-with-molly-joyce

Access: CART-captioning, ASL interpretation, and we will be visually describing the slides as we move through the presentation. The program will be recorded and captioned for you to experience at a later date.