Free drawing workshop in Evanston, September 8th
Emily Moorhead-Wallace in collaboration with Janet Austin have been awarded a 2019-2020 Cultural Fund Program from the Evanston Arts Council. Austin and Moorhead-Wallace are spearheading a pollinator support public sculpture program through the artist group Chicago Sculpture International. This grant funds the creation of a public sculpture and subsequent programming for the Evanston Ecology Center. Programming includes public drawing sessions to facilitate sculpture design and community workshops for pollinator box construction. Project completion deadline is April of 2020. For more information on the Evanston Arts Council and Evanston Ecology Center visit the below links: Evanston Arts Council Evanston Ecology Center…
Stationary Effort Emily Moorhead-Wallace January 4 – February 1, 2019 Originating from a desire for unattached musical enjoyment, Stationary Effort is a series of human driven audio players. In Stationary Effort a performer pedals a bike that turns a front flywheel, which hits an idler wheel, whose energy is transferred through bearings and gears to another idler wheel that spins a record platter. Similarly in Stationary Effort 2 a performer drives skis backward propelling a central flywheel, which hits an idler wheel and bearing system that transfers the energy to a pulley system to spins a cassette supply reel. The…
During the Western Cast Iron Art Alliance conference in Granite City, Illinois this fall Moorhead-Wallace joined Gabriel Akagawa’s Foundry Tree project. The Foundry Tree is an evolving project that addresses the connecting between cast iron artists who build and run iron furnaces. Over 600 participants to date are part of this database. This connective process began April 1-4, 2009 at the National Conference on Cast Iron Art at SLOSS Furnaces in Birmingham, Alabama. Check out her profile at the following link – http://foundrytree.com/moorhead-wallace/
Stationary Effort 2 is among the professional and chapter member artworks selected for display on the International Sculpture Center’s Artsy.net exhibition. Check out the work and full show at the link below. https://www.artsy.net/artwork/emily-moorehead-wallace-stationary-effort-2
Managed by Moorhead-Wallace, the Metal Magic Interiors and Norman Leigh Design showroom is now available on Peerspace and can be booked for events, productions, or meetings. The space features Moorhead-Wallace’s artwork along with interior design elements and furniture by Chicago makers J. Taylor Wallace, George Schaefer, and Leigh-Anne Riebold. For more about the space visit 3641 S Morgan LLC website.
This week Emily Moorhead-Wallace is featured in Voyager Chicago’s South Side Thought Provokers series. The interview “Check out Emily Moorhead-Wallace’s Artwork” covers her background story, studio production, and advice for Chicago artists. Check out the full article below: photo credit: Oopey Mason, @oopeyshoots Chicago Voyager – Local Feature Today we’d like to introduce you to…
Moorhead- Wallace’s “Stationary Effort” is highlighted in the weekly feature The Chicago Arts & Culture Weekly Review on Chicago Voyage . This local guide features rising stars of the Chicago art community on a weekly basis to help increase the community’s engagement with local art and the artists that devote their life to moving society forward.
J Taylor Wallace and Moorhead-Wallace are featured in The Tube & Pipe Journal January/February 2018 issue by Eric Lundin. A small staff and a small workspace don’t limit Taylor Wallace, founder of Metal Magic Interiors Inc. This large smoker is just one of many examples of large projects he designed and built. Photo by Oopey Mason. View the full article at the following link: http://www.thefabricator.com