Ellen Mueller

Artist Talk – Double Shift

by Ellen Mueller on January 27, 2020, no comments

Double Shift Discussion Poster

Please join us on Thursday, Jan 30, 2020 at noon in the Concourse Gallery at MCAD. Myself and three other artists will be speaking about our work. Refreshments will be provided in the Emeritus Conference Room.

Thurs, Jan 30, 2020 – NOON
Concourse Gallery (2nd Floor)
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
2501 Stevens Ave
Minneapolis MN 55404

Double Shift

by Ellen Mueller on January 21, 2020, no comments

Value Study - DETAIL

If you’re in the Twin Cities region, I hope you’ll stop by Minneapolis College of Art and Design [MCAD] on Friday evening, Jan 24, 2020 at 6-8pm for the opening reception of Double Shift. I have a new work on view, and it would be great to say hello! There will also be two other amazing exhibitions on view: a 3-for-1 deal!

Fri, Jan 24, 2020 at 6-8pm
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
2501 Stevens Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

Depictions of Living

by Ellen Mueller on January 15, 2020, no comments

Chief Resource Management Officer Series: Brushing

I’m delighted to have my work included in Depictions of Living at The Art Pavilion, Mile End Park in London, Jan 24-28, 2020. This exhibition features 77 artists exploring issues related to the climate crisis and a new way of being alongside protest artifacts.

  • Thursday 23rd January 2020: Private View 6-9pm.
  • Exhibition continues 12 – 7pm 24th – 28th January 2020.
  • Friday 24th: 6 – 7:30: talk from Client Earth.
  • Saturday 25th: 2-4pm: Living with the Climate Crisis: Talk and workshop by Martin Wilks. Please Register with this link – Free Event – livingwiththeclimatecrisis.eventbrite.co.uk
  • Sunday 26th 12-4pm: Families Day. Explore the art and speak to artists with creative and educational activities provided by Little House of Science. Please register with this link – Free Event – childrens-activities-about-climate-and-ecology.eventbrite.co.uk

Work from: Alexandre Dang / Alisa Ruzavina / Amanda Lwin / Amy Corcoran / Andrew Denton / Anna Stroe / Aurora / Ben Hancocks / Bob Bicknell-Knight / Brigid Vidler / Celyn Bricker / Chloe Uden / Christoph Dichmann / Crow Dillon-Parkin / David Haley / Dominique Cro / Elissa Brunato / Ellen Mueller / Emilie Alstrup / Faye LU / Freya Freeman-Taylor / Gerald Marie-Nelly (Mr Geez) / Guy Austin / Heather Brand / Helen Grundy / Hong Yane Wang and Hua Wang / Ian Costello / Jeff Ko / Jenny Kendler & Jeremy Bolen / Jessica Wetherly / Kanerva Lehtonen / Kath Lovett / Kypros Kyprianou / Lauren Darn (SubmergedUK) / Lauryn Axelrod / Linda Vuorenvirta / Ling Tan / Lotta Barlach / Lucy Crump / Luke Myers / Mandeep Dillon / Mariah Blue / Marie Ouazzani & Nicolas Carrier / Masha Silver / Meghan Moe Beitiks / Miguel Sbastida / Mihaela Mihaylova / Morfydd Ransom-Hall / Muge Yildiz / Mustafa Boga / Neno Belchev / Nerissa Cargill Thompson / Nicolas Depetris / Nina Lassila / O. Yemi Tub / Patricia Mulligan / Paula Morison / Penelope Cain / Penny Hartley / Rebecca Moss / Ricardo Lopes / Roos van Geffen / Rora Blue / Rosa-aria Nuutinen / Samuel Ivan Roberts / Sara Rodrigues / Saskia Boelsums / Serena Porrati / Spike Dennis / Subash Thebe / Zlatan Hadzifejzovic

Website: www.depictionsofliving.com/
Instagram: www.instagram.com/depictionsofliving/

MSAB Artist Initiative Grant

by Ellen Mueller on January 9, 2020, no comments


In Minnesota, we are incredibly lucky to have the MN State Arts Board grants funded by the Clean Water, Land, & Legacy amendment. I’m excited to announce I was awarded a MN State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant.

Now comes the hard part: executing my proposed project! I have this year to shoot a short experimental film about leisure as resistance. Here we go…

Paperbark Magazine

by Ellen Mueller on December 28, 2019, no comments


What a lovely surprise to return home from holiday travels to find my copy of Paperbark in the mail! This issue features two of my Survival Skills collages.

Paperbark is a print and electronic-based literary magazine, published annually, with a focus on the environmental humanities, sustainable living, and the promotion of literary and fine arts. Published through the University of Massachusetts Amherst, the magazine is a platform for conversations around the currents of contemporary culture through the lens of sustainability, with themes ranging from climate change, policy, and science, to the meaning of place and the value of creative expression.