State of the Arts NYC: Traveling Home & Back

Janet will be featured on State of the Arts NYC,the weekly radio show hosted by Savona Bailey-McClain, long-time Executive Director of the West Harlem Art Fund (WHAF).

Janet Goldner is a sculptor whose work crosses many cultures, focusing on the “beauty and genius of each as well as what we have in common.” She has been involved with African cultures since her undergraduate days at Antioch College, traveling first to Ghana and, years later, to Zimbabwe and South Africa. Goldner’s longest and deepest association has been with Mali where she has spent several months every year since the mid-1990’s.  She has mentored women artists and helped to create employment for rural women through textile projects. She is also involved in an ongoing collaboration with contemporary artists.  Her annual visits to Mali fuel much of her work. Goldner’s pieces vary from monumental (measured in feet) to small (measured in inches). Click here for the rest of the post >>>

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