Kristina Bilonick and Molly Colleen O’Connell September 24: sophiajacob Lecture Series at Floristree

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sophiajacob lecture series presents 
Kristina Bilonick and Molly Colleen O’Connell 
Monday, September 24th, 8-10pm 

Kristina Bilonick is a Washington, DC based artist and curator. She is the Founder of the Pleasant Plains Workshop, where she also maintains a studio practice. Her curatorial projects include CRTL+P, with Julie Chae, at the Arlington Arts Center. She has performed at the (e)merge Art Fair in DC and will exhibit this October at the DC Arts Center in Signals, curated by J.W. Mahoney.

Molly Colleen O’Connell is a Baltimore based artist and co-founder of Open Space Gallery. She is a member of Closed Caption Comics and curator of Puss Fust in Baltimore. O’Connell’s books, prints, and drawings have been exhibited and distributed nationally. In June, O’Connell exhibited in Fakes, at Tomato House Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.

The sophiajacob lecture series invites select members of the artistic community to present on a topic of their choice.

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