NEWS and EXHIBITIONS
Amber is invited to serve as Assistant Professor of Art and Borgia Gallery Curator at Elms College in Chicopee, MA.
Amber is honored to be the Goetemann Artist in Residence at the Rocky Neck Artist Colony in Glouster, MA. Summer 2022
Amber is honored to lecture about her work at the Cape Ann Museum. Summer 2022
Amber Scoon and Glenn Goldberg work on the second edition of their book "?", including new work and ideas. (Atropos Press, Dresden/ New York)
Amber is honored to join ICCROM (Rome, Italy) on "Revive the Spirit of Mosul" Click to learn about 'Revive the Spirit of Mosul'
Amber is now a master's candidate at American University in Rome's program in Sustainable Cultural Heritage.
Click to learn about Sustainable Cultural Heritage
"Atropos Press Conversations" starts "Slow Reading" with "Letters to John Berger" in October of 2020. Click to Learn about Atropos Press
"Letters to John Berger" Book Talk at Mount Gretna School of Art
See the Book Talk here:
Scoon Letters to John Berger Book Talk 2020
Summer 2020, Seminar (Teaching) at Mount Gretna School of Art. Click to learn about MGSOA
"Letters to John Berger" is published, March 2020. Atropos Press (Dresden and New York). You can buy the book here:
Letters to John Berger
Mass Cultural Council Grant to create a public art work, "The Abandoned Phone Booth Project" in Florence, MA
August-Sept 2019, Exhibition at Oxbow Gallery in Northampton MA
Feb 2019, Collage and the Figure (Teaching), Snow Farm, Williamsburg, MA
December 2018, Scoon plus Greenfield 6 Awarded Mass Cultural Council Grant to become Affiliated Members of Oxbow Gallery in Northampton, MA. 2019
2020, Scuola Grafica, Artist in Residence
December 30th, 1-2 PM, Race Street in Holyoke, MA. "The Living Novel: A Walking Performance".
December 2018 "Happening 2: A Braid" Collaborative with Glenn Goldberg, Studio 10, Brooklyn, NY
November 2018 "?" Exhibition at The Gallery, Western Connecticut State University
November 2018 "Happening 1: Bouncing a Ball and reading the names of the Dead" Collaborative with Glenn Goldberg
September 15, All Day, Greenfield, MA. "The Living Novel: A Walking Performance"
April 2018: "Conversations and Uncertainty" is published. Atropos Press, Dresden and New York. This book includes contributions by John Berger. You can buy the book here:
January 2018: "Quantum Art: Mimesis, Uncertainty and The Infinite" is published. Atropos Press, Dresden and New York. This book is a second edition. It includes accolades from John Berger, Paul Salopek and Margaret Grimes.
You can buy the book here:
Review of "Fold" by Suzanne Weaver, Brown Foundation Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at San Antonio Museum of Art
glasstire.com/2018/03/26/mi-viaje-del-r… Review by Suzanne Weaver
Book Events for "?" , Co-written with Glenn Goldberg
-Westfield State University: April 3, 2018
-Amherst College: April 3, 2018
-Dartmouth College: April 25 and 26, 2018
-Queens College Museum of Art: Spring 2019
March 2018: Art and Philosophy Seminar, American Academy in Rome
Fall 2017: "Quantum Art: Becoming Infinite". Three Weekend Exhibitions Curated by Amber Scoon at The Pushkin in Downtown Greenfield, MA
Review of "Quantum Art: Becoming Infinite" by The Recorder
Review of Quantum Art, Curated by Amber Scoon
July 2017: Book Launch Event: Scoon and Goldberg at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY
July 2017: "?" is published. Atropos Press (Dresden/ New York) Co-Written by Amber Scoon and Glenn Goldberg.
March 2017: Art and Philosophy Seminar at American Academy in Rome.
February 8th, 12 Noon, 2017. Gallery Talk. Greenfield Community College
Feb-March 2017: "The Library", a solo exhibition at Greenfield Community College
March 2016: Art and Philosophy Seminar at American Academy in Rome
October 1 2015: " I am What I Mimic" Solo Exhibition at Durbin Gallery at Birmingham-Southern University
September 2015: Amber Scoon is honored to become a faculty member at The Institute for Critical Philosophy at the Global Center for Advanced Studies:
Global Center for Advanced Studies Amber Scoon
View Mimesis and Technology (The Video):
Mimesis and Technology
September 2015: Presenting "Mimesis and Technology" (The Video) at the Digital Research in Humanities and Arts Conference at Dublin City University in Dublin, Ireland
July 2015: Visiting Artist at Chautauqua School of Art
Spring 2015: Attending "The Deconstruction Series" with Giovanni Tusa and Jean-Luc Nancy at the Global Center for Advanced Studies
December 22-January 5: American Academy of Rome, Visiting Artist
October 2014: Panel: "Drawing as Access to Philosophy", Chair, Mid Atlantic College Art Association Conference, UTSA, San Antonio, TX
July 2014: Lecture: "No Nostalgia for Postmodernism", Mount Gretna School of Art, Pennsylvania Chautauqua, Mount Gretna, PA
May 2014: Mark (ing) Time: Works on Paper Invitational, Dishman Art Museum, Beaumont, Texas.
August 2013: Residency at Chautauqua School of Art, Chautauqua, NY.
August 2013: Paper Making Workshop, Women's Studio Workshop, Kingston, NY.
May 2013: 'Quantum Art' is published by Atropos Press (Dresden/ New York). You can buy it on Amazon.
July 31st: Lecture, 'Quantum Art', Chautauqua, NY.
July 11, 2013: Solo Exhibition, 'Homes', Santa Raparata School of Art, Firenze, Italy.
July 10: Lecture, "Quantum Art', Mount Gretna School of Art, PA.
June 23- July 18, 2013: Solo Exhibition: 'Two Thousand and One', Fowler Kellog Art Center, Chautauqua, NY.
April, 2013: Guest Artist, SUNY Binghampton, NY.
February, 2013: Guest Artist, Western Connecticut State University.
December 7, 2012: Solo Exhibition, 'Skin', Mizika Gallery, Seattle, WA.
November, 2012: Guest Artist, Queens College, NYC.
August, 2012: Residency at the Chautauqua School of Art, Chautauqua, NY.
Spring 2012: Group Exhibition, 'All the Cool Kids', The Voo, Turner's Falls, MA.
Spring 2012: Amber Scoon is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Texas A & M, Corpus Christi.
November 2011: Amber Scoon is honored to become the John Berger Fellow at the European Graduate School in Sass-Fee, Switzerland.
November 14, 2011: Amber Scoon defends her dissertation, 'Quantum Art'. She now holds her PhD from the European Graduate School in Media and Communications.
November 2011: Solo Exhibition, 'Entangled', Greenfield Community College, Greenfield, MA.
Fall 2010: 'Re-Vision" Exhibition at the American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC.
Fall 2010: 'Recall' Conference. Guest Speaker. American University
July 2010: Don Kimes + Five - Celebrating 25 Years, Fowler Kellogg Art Center, Chautauqua, NY ( Opening Reception Friday July 2nd , 3 – 5:00 PM )
January 2010: Group Exhibition, Denise Bibro Gallery, Chelsea, NY
October 2009: Faculty Exhibition, XL Projects, Syracuse University
September 2009: Residency at Salem Art Works, Salem, NY
August 2009: Residency at Chautauqua School of Art
June 2009: Solo Installation, European Graduate School, Switzerland
May 2009: Collaborative Installation, Leone Contini Sculpture Park, Florence, Italy
Fall 2008: Installation of 'Autoimmune Wall' at the Warehouse, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY