• "ONE YEAR LATER" EXHIBIT AT PYRAMID ATLANTIC ART CENTER

    "ONE YEAR LATER" EXHIBIT AT PYRAMID ATLANTIC ART CENTER

    Art Gallery, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center
    4318 Gallatin Street
    Hyattsville, MD 20781

    Exhibition dates: June 23-August 5, 2017
    Opening reception: Friday June 23, 6-9p,

    To celebrate the first anniversary of PAAC's epic move to Hyattsville, Curator Molly Ruppert has assembled a group show of 52 artists to mark 52 weeks of occupancy.

  • CURATORS SPOTLIGHT: "CLICK HERE" EXHIBIT AT ARLINGTON ARTS CENTER

    CURATORS SPOTLIGHT: "CLICK HERE" EXHIBIT AT ARLINGTON ARTS CENTER

    Arlington Arts Center
    3550 Wilson Blvd
    Arlington, VA 22201

    Exhibition dates: January 21-March 26, 2017
    Opening reception: Saturday, February 11, 6-9pm

    Curators Spotlight "is a selection of four group exhibitions, each organized by an independent curator, and featuring 24 of the top contemporary artists in our region! Curators Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell, Betsy Johnson, Katy Scarlett, and Ann Tarantino have been invited to each create a distinct group exhibition employing the themes of their choice". - Arlington Arts Center

    More about Curators Spotlight:

    Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell | "Click Here"
    Participating artists: Rachel Bone, Nancy Daly, Michelle Lisa Herman, Dina Kelberman, Lindsay McCulloch, Molly Springfield, Jenny Walton, and Stephanie Williams.

    Betsy Johnson | "Minding the Hand"
    Participating artists: Fabiola Alvarez Yurcisin, Yoko K., Melissa Forkner Lesher, and Elsabé Dixon.

    Katy Scarlett | "Let me look at you"
    Participating artists: Aaron McIntosh, Allana Clarke, Andria Morales & Damien Davis, Brandon Dean, and Caitlin Rose Sweet.

    Ann Tarantino | "SEEP"
    Participating artists: Caetlynn Booth, Rob Carter, Rachel Farbiarz, Bonnie Levinthal, Giulia Livi, and Patrick McDonough.

  • WINNER, CREATING CONNECTIONS ACQUISITION AND PRINT REPLICATION PROJECT

    WINNER, CREATING CONNECTIONS ACQUISITION AND PRINT REPLICATION PROJECT

    Sponsored by Maryland Art Place in partnership with CyberWire in Baltimore, MD

    I am honored to have been chosen by Maryland Art Place and CyberWire to create a limited edition fine art print for the guests of the 3rd Annual Women in Cyber Security Convention in Baltimore, MD on September 27, 2016. Here's a picture of me signing and numbering the edition at the incredible Full Circle Printshop. Thank you Maryland Art Place and CyberWire for this incredible opportunity!

  • WRITING FEATURED IN FreshPaintMagazine ISSUE #15

    WRITING FEATURED IN FreshPaintMagazine ISSUE #15

    My quote is featured in the Tips and Inspiration section of Fresh Paint Magazine issue #15. Thank you @FreshPaintMag for including me again in your publication!

  • BMRE (BIENNIAL MARYLAND REGIONAL EXHIBIT)

    BMRE (BIENNIAL MARYLAND REGIONAL EXHIBIT)


    Art Gallery, University of Maryland University College

    Exhibition dates: September 18-December 31, 2016
    Opening reception: September 18, 2016, 2-5pm

    Thank you to the following jurors for selecting my work to be a part of this exhibit: Gretchen Schermerhorn, Artist and Artistic Director at Pyramid Atlantic in Hyattsville, Maryland; Vanessa Thaxton-Ward, Curator/Interim Director of the Hampton University Museum in Hampton, Virginia; and Nina Chung Dwyer, Art Faculty at Montgomery College in Rockville, Maryland.

    Thank you, also, to the Arts Program at UMUC for honoring me with an award.

    Please see the UMUC Gallery website for more information.

  • FreshPaintMagazine INTERNATIONAL ISSUE 14 AVAILABLE AUGUST 2016

    FreshPaintMagazine INTERNATIONAL ISSUE 14 AVAILABLE AUGUST 2016

    Check out my work on page 50 of the publication.

  • WORK FEATURED IN FRESHPAINTMAGAZINE INTERNATIONAL ISSUE #14 OUT AUGUST 2016

    WORK FEATURED IN FRESHPAINTMAGAZINE INTERNATIONAL ISSUE #14 OUT AUGUST 2016

    Two of my paintings were selected by Tracy Causey-Jeffery, Director of Causey Contemporary in New York City, for inclusion in the International Issue #14 of FreshPaintMagazine due out in August 2016. Thank you to FreshPaintMagazine and Tracy Causey-Jeffery for this wonderful opportunity!

  • ALL THAT'S ART FACULTY ART INVITATIONAL 2016

    ALL THAT'S ART FACULTY ART INVITATIONAL 2016

    Show dates: May 8-July 31, 2016

    Opening reception: Sunday June 12, 3-5pm

    Exhibition hours: 9am-9pm daily

    Location:
    Arts Program Gallery, Lower Level
    University of Maryland University College
    College Park Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
    3501 University Boulevard East
    Adelphi, MD 20783

    The University of Maryland University College Arts Program presents All That’s Art: Faculty Art Invitational 2016. This exhibition is part of an annual series that features the work of UMUC faculty members and teaching artists from the University System of Maryland, along with special guest artists. Curated by UMUC adjunct faculty member Joan Bevelaqua, this year’s exhibition showcases the talents of artists in addressing a variety of subject matter presented in diverse media, including paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints, photography, mixed media, and pastels.

    Featured artists include

    James Adkins
    Joan Bevelaqua
    Ed Brown
    Joseph P. Cassar
    Matt Smith Chavez
    Dustin Davis
    Jessica C. Davis
    Michel S. Demanche
    Susan Dodge
    Nina Chung Dwyer
    Colleen Fitzgerald
    James Fitzsimmons
    Christopher Harrington
    Peter Herzfeld
    Bradley Hudson
    Theodore Johnson
    Matt Klos
    David Labrozzi
    Clayton Lang
    Lindsay McCulloch
    Anne McLaughlin
    Trace Miller
    Nare Ratnapala
    Ding Ren
    Daniel Riesmeyer
    Brooke Rogers
    John Ruppert
    Stuart Stein
    Nora Sturges
    Fahimeh Vahdat
    Sarah Wegner

  • FY2016 INDIVIDUAL ARTIST GRANT RECIPIENT

    FY2016 INDIVIDUAL ARTIST GRANT RECIPIENT



    This year I will be supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County.

    Thank you to the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County for this generous Individual Artist Grant!


  • STRICTLY PAINTING 10 ON VIEW NOW AT MCLEAN PROJECT FOR THE ARTS

    STRICTLY PAINTING 10 ON VIEW NOW AT MCLEAN PROJECT FOR THE ARTS

    My painting Degeneration/Regeneration is on display now as part of the Strictly Painting 10 exhibit at McLean Project for the Arts. I hope you will join me at the public reception for the show on Wednesday, July 1st from 7 to 9pm.

  • LINDSAY MCCULLOCH: INTERFERENCE

    Show dates: January 29 - February 26, 2015
    Public opening: Thursday January 29th, 6-8pm


    Carillon Gallery
    Tarrant County College South
    5301 Campus Dr.
    Fort Worth, TX 76119

    Excerpt from the show catalog:

    Lindsay McCulloch's prints and paintings stem from experiences that morph through their retelling – the narrative becoming more removed yet more essential as she weaves it through her work. In her current series, overlays of digitized or analog interference patterns become tropes for the degeneration and regeneration of memory through the passage of time. These types of interference stem from sources as disparate as the creation of the universe or a neighbor’s toaster oven. Similarly, our remembrances fall prey to noise both macro and micro. But underneath all of that static flows the raw emotion of the initial experience – something so primal that it lives on regardless of the distortions brought on by time.

  • THE VISIONARY WORKBOOK

    Exhibition at Southern Graphics Council International Conference
    Conference dates: March 26-29, 2014
    Exhibition location: San Francisco State University
    Cesar Chavez Student Center Art Gallery, 2nd Floor
    Exhibition date/time: March 27th, 11:30am – 5:30pm

    Curator: Dean Dass
    Artists: Adam Wolpa, Akemi Ohira, Anne Beck, Annu Vertanen, Barbara Campbell, Berenika Boberska, Charles Beneke, Christopher Thomas, Clay Witt, Dana Giacofci, David Bendernagel, Dean Dass, Elizabeth Stark, John Schulz, Joshua Dailey, Juan Garcia, Justin Quinn, Jyrki Markkanen, Kate Daughdrill, Lindsay McCulloch, Lydia Diemer, Lydia Moyer, Maggie Booth, Maggie Sullivan, Patrick Costello, Rachel Livedalen, Rachel Singel, Randy Stoltzfus, Randy Bolton, Sam Witt, Sarah Marshall

    The Visionary Workbook is the third and final volume of Exquisite History, a project that was started in 2001 by an international collective known as The Printmakers Left. Ever evolving, our group is typically composed of roughly twenty or thirty artists and poets from Virginia, California, Ohio, Minnesota, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, and Finland.

    The very title, combining as it does visionary and workbook, already suggests a certain conflict and tension. We expect this tension to provide an opening and an opportunity. How can the concept visionary relate to the concept workbook, as the latter implies the training manual or lab manual, while the former implies revelation, vision, or a kind of utopian thinking? This is precisely the combination this project asks for. Our team members are being asked, not for an additional critique, but rather what do we love? In Detroit, or New Orleans, or Grand Rapids or Charlottesville – what are we actually doing to imagine our new world? Eighteen months ago a blank letterpress workbook was sent to each team member. This exhibition consists of 2-4 pages from each of our team member’s workbooks, 6×10 inches each, about 60 to 80 prints in all.

    For more information, visit the Visionary Workbook exhibition page on the 2014 SGC International Conference website.

  • EX.HI.3 VISIONARY WORKBOOK

    The Printmakers Left
    Show dates: February 24-March 21, 2014
    Opening reception: Friday February 28, 5:30-7:30pm

    Ruffin Gallery
    McIntire Department of Art, The University of Virginia
    Ruffin Hall
    179 Culbreth Road,
    Charlottesville,VA 22904
    434.924.6123

    Gallery hours:
    Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9–5
    Tuesday, Thursday, 9–4:30

    "The Visionary Workbook is the third and final volume of Exquisite History, a project that was started in 2005 by an international collective known as The Printmakers Left. Ever evolving, the group is composed of roughly thirty artists, architects and poets, scattered across the country and beyond. Over the course of the last decade these collaborations have produced a number of installations, exhibitions, portfolios and books. The organizational core of this collective is composed of University of Virginia faculty, former faculty, visiting artists and alumni...."

    For more information, visit the Ruffin Gallery website.

  • SEQUENCE AND SERIALITY

    Show dates: February 7-March 14, 2014
    Opening reception: Friday, February 7th, 6-9pm

    Calico Brooklyn
    67 West St #206
    Brooklyn, New York 11222

    Gallery hours:
    On view Fridays 12-5pm & by appointment.

    I am privileged to be a part of this group show, curated by friend and fellow artist Bartek Walicki. Check out Calico Brooklyn's website for more information.

    You can also find this event on Facebook.

    About the show:

    Sequence and Seriality is an exhibition of drawings, prints, and artist books centered around the notion of sequencing and grouping. Curator and exhibiting artist, Bartek Walicki, has selected artists whose images can be arranged into linear and non linear narratives depending on their placement. Each artist identifies with concepts of pattern and succession in their work.

    Holly Veselka is a Brooklyn based multi media artist. She studied painting at Boston University graduating in 2009 with a Master of Fine Arts degree. She is a manager for Paper Monument, a journal of contemporary art.

    Lindsay McCulloch’s work includes paintings, prints, installations, drawings, and artist books. She exhibits internationally and holds a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts from the University of Virginia. She received her MFA in painting from Boston University.

    Alfredo Gisholt attended Academia de San Carlos in Mexico City, received his BFA from Florida International University and his MFA from Boston University. He was awarded a Guggenheim fellowship in 2002 and a Dedalus Foundation fellowship in 2000. Gisholt has taught at Boston University and since 2004 serves as Assistant Professor of printmaking and drawing at Brandeis University.

    Joshua Goode received his BFA from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and his MFA from Boston University. His work is shown internationally and he is a recipient of the Dozier Award from the Dallas Museum of Art. Joshua is currently the Chair of the Fine Arts Department at Tarrant County College in Fort Worth, Texas.

    Bartek Walicki was born in Warsaw, Poland, and is currently based in Brooklyn. Bartek received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2002 and his MFA from Boston University in 2005. He has exhibited his prints, paintings, books and multimedia installations throughout the United States and abroad. Bartek has taught at Mercy College, University of Massachusetts, Wentworth Institute of Technology, and Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

  • EXQUISITE HISTORY 3: THE VISIONARY WORKBOOK

    Show dates: November 1-December 17, 2013
    Opening reception: Friday, November 1st, 6pm (West Lobby)

    Center Art Gallery
    Calvin College
    3201 Burton SE
    Grand Rapids, MI 49546

    "...The Center Art Gallery at Calvin College presents EXQUISITE HISTORY 3: Visionary Workbook. The Visionary Workbook completes a series of three books published over the last decade by a collective called The Printmakers Left. This final volume encourages readers to join the group in responding to the challenges and topics of our world's dusky, undecided ascension. Included in this exhibition are workbooks of participating artists, along with related prints, paintings, drawings and sculpture..."

    For more information, visit the gallery website.

  • AACC VISUAL ARTS FACULTY SHOW

    Show dates: October 7-31, 2013
    Artist's talk: Wednesday, October 9, 12-1pm
    Reception: Wednesday, October 9, 6 - 8 pm

    Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery
    Anne Arundel Community College, West Campus
    101 College Parkway
    Arnold, MD 21012

    Gallery hours:
    Weekdays 9am-5pm
    Wednesdays 6-9pm

    Visit the gallery website for more information.

  • AN INVENTORY OF AL-MUTANABBI STREET in New York City

    Show dates: July 11-October 5, 2013
    Opening Reception: Thursday, July 11, 6-8pm

    "Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here assembles artists' responses to the tragic 2007 bombing that resulted in the destruction of Al-Mutanabbi Street, a cultural and intellectual hub in Baghdad. This important and timely exhibition will be held in five New York City cultural venues from mid-June to late September 2013. The Center for Book Arts is organizing the multivenue presentation in collaboration with Alwan Center for the Arts, Columbia University Libraries, International Print Center New York and Poets House..."

    My contribution to the project, an artist's book entitled Trace, will be on display at the Poets House:

    Poets House
    10 River Terrace
    New York City, NY 10282

    Hours:
    Tues–Fri, 11:00am–7:00pm
    Sat, 11:00 am–6:00pm

  • LECTURAS DEL AVERNO

    Show dates: April 4 - September 29, 2013

    Casa del lector
    Paseo de la Chopera, 14
    28045 Madrid, Spain

    Gallery Hours:
    Tuesday to Friday from 16:00 to 21:00 h
    Saturdays from 11:00 to 15:00 h. and from 16:00 to 21:00 h
    Sundays and holidays from 11:00 to 15:00 h
    Closed Mondays

    From the curator's statement by Gonzalo Pernas Frías:

    "Inferno is a documentary exhibition project that compiles a selection of representations that explain the classical Inferno; that is, it covers its construction –from late modernity onwards—parting from the hybridization of the intellectual legacies of the Greek-Latin and Christian worlds...."

    "Inferno will offer an anthology of modern and, above all, contemporary images that, while more or less consciously believing to be narrating a possibility of a metaphysical future, they also talk about our Western past and future, as well as the need to promote ---and keep on promoting--- critical thinking with regards to ourselves as individuals and as a collectivity, and with regards to the important questions that, at least immediately after the exhibition, still will remain unanswered."

    For more information, visit the Casa del lector website.

  • SELECT, sponsored by Washington Project for the Arts

    Show dates: February 16 - March 15, 2013
    Public opening: Saturday, February 16, 6-8pm
    SELECT Auction Gala: Saturday, March 16, 6pm-12am

    6th floor
    64 New York Avenue NE
    Washington, D.C. 20002

    My work was chosen by curator Amy L. Brandt (McKinnon Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA) to be a part of WPA's SELECT exhibition and gala. For more information about SELECT, please visit the Washington Project for the Art's website. If you are interested in purchasing tickets to the gala, you can find more information here.

  • AN INVENTORY OF AL-MUTANABBI STREET

    Show dates: February 6-July 29, 2013

    The John Rylands Library
    150 Deansgate
    Manchester, UK
    M3 3EH

    Gallery hours:
    Monday 12noon - 5pm
    Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
    Sunday 12noon - 5pm

    For more information, please visit the John Rylands Library website.

    About An Inventory of Al-Mutanabbi Street:
    Last summer, I was invited to join An Inventory of Al-Mutanabbi Street - a response to violence in Iraq from the arts community. On March 5th 2007, a car bomb was exploded on al-Mutanabbi Street in Baghdad. Al-Mutanabbi Street is the historic center of Baghdad bookselling, and the heart of the Baghdad intellectual and literary community. Each artist participating in the Inventory was tasked with creating a minimum of three books in response to the bombing - to remember those killed and help rebuild the inventory of books lost that day.

    An Inventory of Al-Mutanabbi Street will be traveling to a number of different venues, and one copy of each artist's book will become a part of the permanent collection of the Iraq National Library in Baghdad. 

    Below is a partial list of exhibitions:

    The Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January-June 2013

    The Santa Fe University of Art and Design, Santa Fe, New Mexico, January 25-March 30, 2013

    The John Rylands Library, Manchester, UK, February 6-July 29, 2013

    The San Francisco Center for the Book, San Francisco, California, February 1-April 26, 2013

    Gallery Route One, Point Reyes, California, March 15-April 21, 2013

    Center for Book Arts, New York City, in collaboration with Poets House, New York City, July 10-September 14, 2013

    Newark Public Library, Newark, New Jersey, October-December 2013

    Collins Memorial Library, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, August 19-October 31st, 2013

    The Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland, Oregon, January-March 2014

    The Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon, January-March 2014

    Center for Book Arts at the University Of Southern Maine, January 27-May 1, 2014

    American University in Cairo, Egypt, March 5, 2014 (ending date TBD)

    Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County, Rochester, New York, June-September 2014

  • PRINTMAKING EXPOSED

    Show dates: November 23 - December 22, 2012
    Reception: Saturday, December 1, 3-5pm

    KIFA Gallery
    405 Main St.
    Stevensville, MD 21666
    410.643.7424

    Gallery Hours:
    Wednesday - Saturday 1 - 4 p.m.

  • MORE FOUNTAINHEAD NEWS

    The Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas has posted about it's acquisition of Fountainhead on it's Exhibitions page. The book is on view in the museum through January 13, 2013.

  • LINDSAY MCCULLOCH AND ALEXANDRA ZEALAND AT E'CLAT DE VERRE GALLERY

    Show dates: October 12 - November 1, 2012
    Reception: Thursday, October 18, 5-7pm

    L'Eclat de Verre Gallery
    3336 M St NW, Washington, D.C.
    (202) 333-6840

    Gallery hours:
    Monday-Saturday, 10am - 6pm

    View images from the reception on my blog.

  • VISUAL ARTS FACULTY SHOW

    AACC Visual Arts Faculty Show
    Show dates: October 8 - 31, 2012
    Artist's talk: Wednesday, October 10, 12-1pm
    Reception: Wednesday, October 10, 6 - 8 pm

    Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery
    Anne Arundel Community College, West Campus
    101 College Parkway
    Arnold, MD 21012

    Download the campus map here

    Gallery hours:
    Weekdays 9am-5pm
    Wednesdays 6-9pm

  • WASHINGTON PROJECT FOR THE ARTS PRESENTS ART NIGHT AT HICKOK COLE ARCHITECTS - SEPTEMBER 2012


    On September 27th, 2012 Washington Project for the Arts (WPA) teamed up with Hickok Cole Architects in Georgetown to present its annual Art Night. Curator Judy Sherman selected me along with numerous other regional artists to present our work during the invitation-only event. I exhibited selected paintings from my Night series, along with three prints in etching and silkscreen. Thank you to Judy Sherman, WPA, and Hickok Cole for including me in such a wonderful event!

    Check out the Art Night event page for more information. View images from the reception on my blog.

  • FOUNTAINHEAD ACQUIRED BY THE NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER IN DALLAS, TEXAS - JULY 2012


    Last spring, I was invited to collaborate on the Art Foundation's oversized book project entitled "Fountainhead". A group of international artists and I contributed altered images in response to Marcel Duchamp's readymade Fountain. You can view images of the completed book here.

    "Fountainhead" has been acquired by the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas as a part of their permanent collection. The piece will also be featured in conjunction with two exhibits at the Nasher opening this fall.

    D Magazine featured an article about the acquisition, which you can read here.

    The Nasher Sculpture Center press release about the acquisition and exhibition is copied below.

    NASHER SCULPTURE CENTER
    PRESS RELEASE

    Nasher Sculpture Center Announces Fall Exhibitions: Rediscoveries: Modes of Making in Modern Sculpture & Sculpture in So Many Words: Text Pieces 1960–80
    Exhibitions on view September 29, 2012 through January 13, 2013

    DALLAS, Texas (July 6, 2012) – This fall, the Nasher Sculpture Center is pleased to announce two concurrent exhibitions: Rediscoveries: Modes of Making in Modern Sculpture in the upper level galleries highlights masterpieces from the Raymond and Patsy Nasher Collection to illuminate several experimental approaches to sculpture that were central to the invention of modern and contemporary art. Sculpture in So Many Words: Text Pieces 1960–80 in the lower level gallery focuses in turn on a single defining contemporary movement, conceptual art—an approach that gives primacy to ideas in the development and realization of works of art.

    “Contemporary sculpture can only be understood with reference to conceptual art,” said Nasher Sculpture Center Director Jeremy Strick. “Rediscoveries: Modes of Making in Modern Sculpture presents some of the most beloved works from the Nasher Collection including an extraordinary sculpture that has not been exhibited since the Nasher Sculpture Center opened, all of which demonstrate the modernist underpinnings of the conceptual approach to art making. Sculpture in So Many Words: Text Pieces 1960–80 brings together more than 70 works that show conceptual art in full flower, focusing on language-based approaches to art-making that expand our understanding of the very nature of sculpture.”...

    ...Featured in conjunction with the exhibition will be a beautifully produced oversized artists’ book entitled Fountainhead, which has been given to the Nasher Sculpture Center by the Art Foundation.

    Inspired by perhaps the most famous of Duchamp’s Readymades, 1917’s Fountain – a urinal that Duchamp submitted to an exhibition as a work of art – the Art Foundation solicited the alteration of various photographs of Fountain, by a number of local and international artists, including Frances Bagley (Dallas), Jesse Morgan Barnett (Dallas), Laetitia Benat (Paris, FR), Rebecca Carter (Dallas), Piotr Chiszinski (Ithaca, NY), Steve Cruz (Dallas), Matt Cusick (Dallas), Laura Doughtie (Dallas), Erika Duque (Fort Worth), Celia Eberle (Dallas), Cassandra Emswiler (Dallas), Teresa Gomez-Martorell (Barcelona, SP), Brenton Good (Harris, Pennsylvania), Sara Hignite (Dallas), Kelly Lynn Jones (San Francisco, CA), Gerald Lopez (Corpus Christi, TX), Stephanie Madewell (Brooklyn, NY), Sam Matineau (Brooklyn, NY), Lindsay McCulloch (Washington, DC), Ruben Nieto (Dallas), Tom Orr (Dallas), Sara Pringle (Brooklyn, NY), Teresa Rafidi (Dallas), Adam Raymont (Berlin), Enrico Riley (Vermont), Gregory Ruppe (Fort Worth), Gretchen Schermerhorn (Washington, DC), Shawn Smith (Austin, TX), Ian F. Thomas (Slippery Rock, PA), Karen Weiner (Dallas), Jonathan Whitfill (Lubbock, TX), and Zero (location unknown).

  • GROUP SHOW AT THE U.S. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION HEADQUARTERS

    Show dates: May 17-September 15, 2012
    Reception: May 17th, 2-3pm

    White Oak Art Gallery
    U.S. Food and Drug Administration Headquarters
    10903 New Hampshire Avenue
    Silver Spring, MD 20993

  • BLOG!!

    April 2012
    Check out my new blog at www.lindsaymcculloch.blogspot.com

  • FOUNTAINHEAD

    Show dates: April 14-15, 2012 (during the Dallas Art Fair)
    Reception: Saturday, April 14th 6-9pm

    The Art Foundation
    Gibson Company Lofts
    824 Exposition Ave. #6
    Dallas, Texas

    Exhibition hours: Saturday, April 14, 12:00 pm – 9 pm; Sunday, April 15, 1-4 pm

    For its inaugural curated exhibition, Fountainhead, The Art Foundation has solicited the alteration of various photographic iterations of Marcel Duchamp’s readymade, Fountain, by a number of local and international artists. The altered images have been compiled in an outsized book that will be exhibited during the weekend of the Dallas Art Fair, April 14-15, alongside a small exhibition of art objects that explore themes of authorship, receptivity, deception and manipulation.

    Referencing the prankster quality of Duchamp’s decimation of the existing art structures of his time, Fountainhead parrots the language of the traditional exhibition structure while reveling in the paradoxes and latitudes allowed in our current poly-post-ism of art. Flexing ideas of attribution, the works presented inFountainhead alternately specify and misconstrue authorship, as a means of bothering the leveled readings of the objects and actions presented in the exhibition.

    Contributing artists featured in the Fountainhead book include: Frances Bagley (Dallas), Jesse Morgan Barnett (Dallas),Laetitia Benat (Paris, FR), Rebecca Carter (Dallas), Piotr Chiszinski (Ithaca, NY), Steve Cruz (Dallas), Matt Cusick (Dallas), Laura Doughtie (Dallas), Erika Duque (Fort Worth), Celia Eberle (Dallas), Cassandra Emswiler (Dallas), Teresa Gomez-Martorell (Barcelona, SP), Brenton Good (Harris, Pennsylvania), Sara Hignite (Dallas), Kelly Lynn Jones (San Francisco, CA), Gerald Lopez (Corpus Christi, TX), Stephanie Madewell (Brooklyn, NY), Sam Matineau (Brooklyn, NY), Lindsay McCulloch (Washington, DC), Ruben Nieto (Dallas), Tom Orr (Dallas), Sara Pringle (Brooklyn, NY), Teresa Rafidi (Dallas), Adam Raymont (Berlin), Enrico Riley (Vermont), Gregory Ruppe (Fort Worth), Gretchen Schermerhorn (Washington, DC), Shawn Smith (Austin, TX), Ian F. Thomas (Slippery Rock, PA), Karen Weiner (Dallas), Jonathan Whitfill (Lubbock, TX), and Zero (location unknown).

    Visit the Art Foundation website for more information.

  • 2012 BETHESDA PAINTING AWARDS SEMIFINALIST

    March 2012
    I was selected as a semifinalist for the 8th annual Bethesda Painting Awards sponsored by the Bethesda Urban Partnership.

  • PUBLIC ART FINALIST

    November 2011
    I was recently selected as one of two finalists for a large public art commission to create a permanent installation of artwork for the newly renovated Baltimore Department of Transportation Headquarters in Maryland.

  • SEQUENCE AND SERIALITY

    Carolina Duque, Joshua Goode, Lindsay McCulloch, Sara Pringle, Bartek Walicki
    Show dates: November 4 - December 11, 2011
    Reception: November 4, 6-9pm

    Camel Art Project Space
    722 Metropolitan Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Open weekends 1-6pm or by appointment unless otherwise noted.

    Visit the Camel Art Space website for more information.

  • BLACK AND WHITE

    AACC Visual Arts Faculty Show
    Show dates: October 5 - 31, 2011
    Artist's talk: Wednesday, October 12, 12-1pm
    Reception: Wednesday, October 12, 6 - 8 pm

    Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery
    Anne Arundel Community College, West Campus
    101 College Parkway
    Arnold, MD 21012

    Download the campus map here

    Gallery hours:
    Weekdays 9am-5pm
    Wednesdays 6-9pm

  • LINDSAY MCCULLOCH AND MATTHEW MOORE: RECENT WORK

    Show dates: September 1-26, 2011
    Artist's Talk: Thursday, September 8, 12:30pm
    Reception: Thursday, September 8, 6-8pm

    Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery
    Anne Arundel Community College, West Campus
    101 College Parkway
    Arnold, MD 21012

    Download the campus map here

    Gallery hours:
    Weekdays 9am-5pm
    Wednesdays 6-9pm

  • D.C. Women Artists NOW

    Show dates: March 21-April 15, 2011
    Reception: Tuesday, April 5th, 12:30-2pm

    Linda K. Jordan Art Gallery
    Washburn Art Building
    Gallaudet University
    800 Florida Ave., NE
    Washington, D.C. 20002

    Gallery hours:
    Monday-Friday 9am-4pm

  • BOSTON PRINTMAKERS 2011 NORTH AMERICAN PRINT BIENNIAL

    Show dates: Feburary 27-May 1, 2011
    Opening reception: Sunday, February 27th, 3-5pm

    Danforth Museum of Art
    123 Union Avenue
    Framingham, MA 01702-8291
    (508) 620-0050

    Gallery hours:
    Monday-Tuesday Closed
    Wednesday 12 - 5 pm
    Thursday 12 - 5 pm
    Friday 10 am - 5 pm
    Saturday 10 am - 5 pm
    Sunday 12 - 5 pm

    About the Exhibition:
    Contemporary artist Jim Dine has selected prints by 105 artists from 2064 entries for the 2011 North American Print Biennial, one of the major print reviews held in the United States. The 2011 Biennial features prints created in traditional print processes that include lithography, woodcut, linocut, etching, mezzotint and screen printing, as well as works produced in new or experimental media such as digital, collage, artist books, and 3-dimensional constructions. The 2011 North American Print Biennial will appear in the first floor galleries of the Danforth Museum of Art.

    For more information, please visit the Danforth Museum website.

  • TO SLEEP ON EARTH: Recent works by artist Lindsay McCulloch

    Show dates: November 1-December 6, 2010
    Artist lecture: 4:30pm Monday, November 1, 2010
    * Reception immediately to follow lecture

    The ArtSpace at the Bentley Library
    Northern Essex Community College
    100 Elliott Street
    Haverhill, MA 01830

    To sleep on earth is a show of recent works on paper by Lindsay McCulloch. The title of the exhibit is inspired by a line from Pablo Neruda's poem "Ode to the Storm".

    Please see the press release for more information.

    View photos from the artist talk and reception here.

  • ART IN TRANSITION - SUDDENSPACE

    Show dates: November 3-November 27, 2010
    Opening reception: Saturday, November 6 · 7:00pm - 11:30pm

    Pop-Up Space
    2300 Columbia Pike
    Arlington, VA

    Continuing in the rich tradition of artist run alternative gallery spaces, Art in Transition-suddenspace celebrates art and the activation of dormant architecture. 19 dynamic artists will exhibit work in 5,000 square feet of empty retail space for the month of November.

    Participating artists: Emily Biondo, Tim Campbell, Bobby Coleman,
    Kate Demong, L. Kimberly Gillespie, Victoria Greising, Adam Hager, Sabeth Jackson, Sarah Laing, Stuart Lorimer, Lindsay McCulloch, Sarah Miller, Megan Mueller, Camden Place, Katherine Sable, Samuel Scharf, Ben Tolman, Jenny Walton, and Stewart Watson.

    For more information please visit the show website.

  • POP-UP GALA EXHIBITION AND AUCTION

    Maryland Art Place (MAP) is thrilled to announce the 2010 Fall Benefit, Pop-Up Gala and Pop Star After Party on Friday, November 12, 2010. MAP’s former home at 218 West Saratoga Street, Baltimore, MD will be the setting for this exciting event.

    The celebration will feature a silent auction of work by 20 top artists in the region, along with fine food and drink.

    Featured Artists:
    Lynn Cazabon
    Mina Cheon
    Ian MacLean Davis
    Ryan Hackett
    Michelle Hagewood
    Palden Hamilton
    Lillian Bayley Hoover
    Timothy J. Horjus
    Jeffrey Kent
    Nate Larson + Marni Shindelman
    Sebastian Martorana
    Lindsay McCulloch
    Julia Niederman
    Tony Shore
    John Brandon Sills
    Jeanine Turner
    John Waters
    Michael Weiss
    Lu Zhang

    Pop-Up Gala: 7-10pm, $250
    Pop Star After Party: 9pm-12am, $35 ($30 presale)

    Please visit the Maryland Art Place website for more information.

  • 2010 HARNETT BIENNIAL OF AMERICAN PRINTS

    Show dates: October 21-December 5, 2010
    Curator's lecture and preview reception: Wednesday, October 20, 2010, 7 to 9 p.m.

    7 p.m., Lecture, Cousins Studio Theatre, Modlin Center for the Arts Making a Mark: Twentieth-Century Jewish Artists, Laura Kruger, Curator, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York
    8 to 9 p.m., Reception and preview of the exhibitions The 2010 Harnett Biennial of American Prints and Eye of the Collector: Works on Paper from the Sigmund R. Balka Collection

    Harnett Museum of Art, Modlin Center for the Arts
    28 Westhampton Way
    University of Richmond
    Richmond, VA 23173

    Visit the University of Richmond Museums website for more information.

  • DIRECTOR'S CUT PREVIEW ARTICLE IN THE GAZETTE

    Topher Forhecz wrote a preview article about the Director's Cut Exhibition in this week's issue of the Gazette. My work was featured in the article along with a few other artists in the show. Scroll down to the bottom for my interview.
    "Making the ‘director's cut' at Washington Printmakers" (Gazette, September 8, 2010)

  • DIRECTOR'S CUT

    Show dates: August 31-September 26, 2010
    Washington Printmaker's Gallery Director, Annie Turner, has selected some of her favorite work from five WPG artist members to exhibit in a group show with five complementary artists from outside the membership. This year's artists are:

    From WPG:
    Yolanda Frederikse
    Mike Hagan
    Pauline Jakobsberg
    Fleming Jeffries
    Julie Niskanen
    To be shown with:
    Lindsay McCulloch
    Glenn Fry
    Kristen Necessary
    Andrew Kozlowski
    Jake Muirhead

    Washington Printmakers Gallery
    Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, 2nd Floor
    8230 Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20910
    Please visit the Washington Printmakers Gallery website for more information.

  • "BETHESDA PAINTING AWARDS A WINNER (MOSTLY)"

    Check out Claudia Rousseau's review of the Bethesda Painting Awards and my work in this week's edition of The Gazette (June 16, 2010).

  • FANTASTIC JOURNEYS

    Show dates: June 17-July 31, 2010
    Opening reception: Thursday June 17, 7-9pm
    McLean Project for the Arts
    Emerson Gallery
    1234 Ingleside Avenue
    McLean, VA 22101
    Open Tuesday-Friday 10am-4pm; Saturday 1-5pm; and by appointment.
    Please visit the McLean Project for the Arts website for more information.

  • 2010 BETHESDA PAINTING AWARDS EXHIBITION

    Show dates: June 1-26, 2010
    Opening reception: Friday, June 11, 6-9pm
    Fraser Gallery
    7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
    Bethesda, Maryland 20814
    Open Tuesday - Saturday: 11:30am - 6pm
    Closed Sundays and Mondays except by appointment.
    Please visit the Fraser Gallery website for more information.

  • 2010 BETHESDA PAINTING AWARDS FINALIST

    There is an exhibition for the Finalists in June at Fraser Gallery in Bethesda, MD. More information about the exhibit coming soon. Visit the Bethesda Urban Partnership website for more information.

  • LITERARY: An Invitational Book Arts Exhibition

    Show dates: April 1-24, 2010
    Preview reception: March 31, 6-8pm
    Gallery 110
    110 3rd Ave. South
    Seattle, WA 98104
    Check out the gallery website for more information

  • ART ON PAPER

    Show dates: March 18-April 18, 2010
    Artist reception: March 28, 3-6pm
    Circle Gallery
    18 State Circle
    Annapolis, MD 21401

  • INTERVIEW WITH GRETCHEN SCHERMERHORN

    Gretchen Schermerhorn (Director of the Papermill, Artistic Collaboration and Outreach at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center and artist extraordinaire) interviewed me on February 10, 2010 for the Pyramid Atlantic Art Center blog. Check out the interview

  • PAPERWORKS: Works by Pyramid Atlantic Artists

    Show dates: January 11-31, 2010
    Artist reception: Saturday, January 23, 4-6pm
    Art Gallery
    Pyramid Atlantic Art Center
    8230 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910
    View images from the show

  • KEYHOLDER RESIDENCY RECIPIENT

    Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Silver Spring, MD
    September 2009-February 2010
    Visit Pyramid Atlantic for more information
    View pictures from the residency

  • INK-N-PRINT 09: Selections by Helen Frederick

    Show dates: December 2-24, 2009
    Opening reception: December 4, 6-8pm
    The Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery
    1632 U Street, NW
    Washington, D.C.
    Please visit the gallery website for more information

  • RED

    Show dates: October 5-30, 2009
    Artist reception: October 7, 6-8pm
    Cade Art Gallery
    Anne Arundel Community College
    Arnold, MD

  • LINDSAY MCCULLOCH: Wired

    An Exhibition of Recent Works
    Show dates: March 7-April 20, 2009
    Artist Reception: April 11, 5-7pm
    Lower Gallery, The Lincoln Building
    289 Moody Street
    Waltham, MA
    View installation photos from the show

  • TRADITION / INVENTION: Five Emerging Artists

    Show dates: January 29-February 26, 2009
    Marist Art Gallery
    Marist College
    Poughkeepsie, NY
    View installation photos from the show
    Check out a review of the show and pictures of my work published in the March 2009 issue of Generator Magazine (pages 15-16).