Amelia Morgan Camion
Since 2006
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

BIO
Amelia (Lia) Morgan Camion is an artist and independent curator, as well as a licensed and board certified art therapist in NYC.

Originally from the Southwest, Camion's move to New York in 2005 was the beginning of the rest of her life. She has been involved in the production of Performa05's Dead Jack Theater and The HomeBase Project, and exhibited at Broadway Gallery, Makor Gallery, the Westside Gallery, the National Laboratory for New Jewish Culture, and alternative spaces. She received her Master of Art Therapy in 2011 from School of Visual Arts and currently works as an art and recreation therapist at Terence Cardinal Cooke Health Care Center. Camion's personal body of work focuses on the body as the ground for mapping out experiences, emotions, and memories. More recently, with the founding of NY Art Shows with artist and collaborator Bernadette Torres, Camion has started to produce and curate exhibitions that bridge the therapeutic and fine arts.

Examples of her work can be seen at www.ameliammorgan.com.
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EVENT

Home Base II: Re-visiting Notions of Home


Dates:
Sat Feb 17, 2007 00:00 - Sat Feb 10, 2007

Home Base II:

An exhibition of Israeli, American and German artists revisiting notions of home.

Home Base is an annual site responsive, community based project exploring notions of home. Home Base II takes place at the Broadway Gallery, a multi-functional space in SoHo NY, that includes a Gallery, editorial office and a residential unit. This site becomes a live platform for past, present and future Home Based art projects.

Curated by Anat Litwin in affiliation with the Makor Gallery of the 92nd St Y, and in conjunction with artis07

Artists:
Abraham Lubelski
Leor Grady
Anat Litwin
Matthias Neumann
Katie Down

Home Base II is on exhibit February 17- February 28, 2007

Opening Reception: Tuesday, February 20th, 6-8 pm
Gallery Talk: Wednesday, February 28th, 6-8 pm

Broadway Gallery
473 Broadway, 7th Fl
New York, NY 10013

212.274.8993
www.broadwaygallerynyc.com

www.homebasebkl.com


EVENT

Metropoly art marathon at Makor!


Dates:
Sun Jan 28, 2007 00:00 - Wed Jan 17, 2007

save the date for:

Metropoly

■ Nurit Bar-Shai ■ Ella Ben-Aharon ■ Amy Chaiklin ■ Roya Farassat ■ David Freeman ■ Yoav Gal ■ Marc Goldsmith ■ Gabrielle Greenlee ■ Karen Gregory ■ Sammuel Herzlinger ■ Miriam Kurman ■ Leonora Loeb ■ Oz Lubling ■ Dana Meilijson ■ Amelia Morgan ■ Gary Mizel ■ Laura Murlender ■ Matthias Neumann ■ Leigh Owen ■ Michael Ramirez ■ Adi Shniderman ■ Talia Simhi ■ Paulanne Simmons ■Vered Sivan ■Yasmine Soiffer ■ Chantal Traub ■ Julie Weitz

The Fall 2006 Makor Artists-in-Residence program draws artistic inspiration from the many faces of the urban landscape. Throughout the program, Makor’s 27 Artists-in-Residence have navigated through ancient, mythical, imaginary and contemporary urban settings, including the cities of Babel, Jericho, Jerusalem, New York, Berlin and Fritz Lang’s Metropolis. With these settings as focal points for exploration, study and dialogue, the artists have conjured new works and invented a conceptual group city titled Metropoly.

Metropoly, the eighth Makor Marathon celebrates the collective and individual efforts of the Makor Artists-in-Residence. This One-Day multimedia festival encompasses urban experiences across a variety of genres including visual art, movement, video, video opera, photography, theater, poetry, film and game playing.

Makor Artist-in-Residence provides institutional support for outstanding visual and performing artists, writers, and filmmakers. Artists are selected for the residency via a competitive selection process. The resident artists are then invited to develop new work in partnership with the Makor/Steinhardt Center, and are guided through an exploration of Jewish and cross-cultural topics by a multidisciplinary staff of teaching artists. For more information on the Makor Artists-in-Residence program, email makorartists@92y.org or visit www.makor.org.

Makor 8th Annual Marathon - Metropoly
A one Day Multimedia Art Festival at Makor
Sun, Jan 28th, 12-6 pm, $15, code T-MM5NT01-01

Makor,
35 West 67th St., New York, NY 10023
www.makor.org/makorgallery


EVENT

Urban Spectacle at Makor Gallery


Dates:
Thu Dec 14, 2006 00:00 - Thu Nov 30, 2006

makor gallery of the 92nd St Y presents:

urban spectacle

on view: dec 14-jan 18th
opening reception: thurs dec 14th 6-9 pm
curated by leor grady

urban spectacle:
a group exhibition of brooklyn based artists
exploring the poetic, magical and intimate
in urban architecture, through photography
and drawing.

featured artists:

caitlin masley
michael k. mills
itay paz

kevin blumenthal
garrett rowland
timothy vanhonacker

Makor Gallery (at the Makor/Steinhardt Center)
35 West 67th St, New York NY 10023
(Between Columbus Ave and Central Park West)
Gallery Hours: Thu 2:30-6:30, Fri 12-4, Sun 12-4
For more information please call 212.413.8842
or visit www.makor.org/makorgallery


EVENT

LAST CHANCE: double exposure exhibition


Dates:
Fri Oct 20, 2006 00:00 - Fri Oct 13, 2006

Block Magazine, Israel, in collaboration with Makor Gallery of the 92nd St Y presents:

DOUBLE EXPOSURE: MIDDLE EASTERN ROOFTOPS

**LAST CHANCE to review the exhibition and meet the artists before closing! **

October 20th / 12-4pm / Makor Gallery

**On Friday, October 20th, we will be celebrating the last day of the exhibition and invite you to join us.**

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Double Exposure: Middle Eastern Rooftops / Curated by Block Magazine.

Double Exposure is a method of simultaneously examining light, time and space. The white walls of the gallery and the white pages of the magazine will be folded together to expose the rooftop and its panoramic views. The Middle Eastern rooftop is offered as a paradigm of the conflicting realities between urban design, gendered gazes and urban turmoil.

Participating Artists: Boaz Arad (Israel)/ Reida Adon (Israel), Anisa Ashkar (Israel), Francisca Benitez (Chile/New York)/ Greta Byrum (New York)/Maya Cohen-Levi (Israel)/ Annabel Daou (Lebanon/New York), Ariel Efron (Israel/New York) in collaboration with Thomas Duc (France)/ Zibi Geva (Israel)/ Leor Grady(Israel/New York)/ Claude Hohl (Switzerland)/Miki Kratsman (Israel) / Shaer Meare (Israel), Rob Sweere (Netherlands)

Special thanks to The Israeli Consulate, New York.
Sponsored by QUALITY FINANCIAL Ltd.

Makor, 35 West 67th St., NY. (Between Columbus Ave & Central Park West)
Gallery Hours: Thu 2-6, Fri 12-4, Sun 12-4 pm,
For more info please visit www.makor.org/makorgallery or call 212-413-8842.


EVENT

Makor Gallery Presents FoliAge


Dates:
Tue Oct 31, 2006 00:00 - Thu Oct 12, 2006

FoliAge

Notions of nature lost and found within the urban landscape.

A multi-media exhibition at the Makor Gallery featuring work by :
Jan Aronson, Deborah Garwood, Daniel Rothbart & Robyn Ellenbogen. Curated by Anat Litwin.
Exhibit Dates: Oct 31-Nov 30
Gallery Opening Reception: Tue | Oct 31 | 7-9 PM

Special FoliAge Artist Panel : Sun | Nov 5 | $16
This event includes a brief gallery tour followed by a stimulating discussion
on the topic of art, nature and the urban landscape moderated by Veronica Meijilishon, Director of NURTUREart gallery. Wine & refreshments will be served.
Gallery Tour 4:00 pm | Panel 4:30- 5:30 pm

Makor Gallery
Makor/Steinhardt Center of the 92nd St. Y
35 West 67th St., NY. (Between Columbus Ave & Central Park West)

Gallery Hours: Thu 2-6, Fri 12-4, Sun 12-4 pm,
For tickets and more info please visit www.makor.org/makorgallery or call 212-413-8842.

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