SOLD OUT! Steven Judd Paul: Beyond the Frame

Thurs, Sept 20, 5:30pm

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!

Methow Arts invites community members of all ages and abilities to join artist Steven Paul Judd to contribute to a community-wide art piece.


REGISTER NOW TO SAVE YOUR SPOT:
info@methowartsalliance.org

The project is part of Beyond the Frame, a community-wide initiative revisiting the photographs of Edward S. Curtis and sparking conversations on Native identity, race and resilience, art and culture. Funded by the Icicle Fund.

Steven Paul Judd is a Native American artist from Kiowa and Choctaw ancestry. He creates art that makes you laugh, makes you think and makes you feel pride. He works with a variety of mediums from acrylics to rubix cubes and has a specialty for engaging the communities in which he works through collective art pieces. Steven is known nation-wide for his art that combines iconic Native American images and lore with modern pop art. He’s also created multiple short films and recently sold a television program to HBO. You can check out his t-shirts, stickers, skateboards on his website stevenpauljuddart.com. info@methowartsalliance.org


DATE: Thurs, Sept 20, 5:30-7:30pm. $15-$5/suggested donation. Students are free. Registration is required: info@methowartsalliance.org, 509-997-4004. LOCATION: The Bernard Hosey Shop at the home of Christiane Heinemann, 191 Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Rd, Twisp, WA 98856 CONCESSIONS: Drinks and Coffee available for purchase. Sponsored by Icicle Fund, Blue Star Coffee Roasters, KTRT 97.5 The Root, eqpd gear, Willowbrook Farm and the many generous donors of MethowArts. Thank you.


STEVEN PAUL JUDD
Steven Paul Judd is a Native American artist from Kiowa and Choctaw ancestry. He creates art that makes you laugh, makes you think and makes you feel pride. He works with a variety of mediums from acrylics to rubix cubes and has a specialty for engaging the communities in which he works through collective art pieces. Steven is known nation-wide for his art that combines iconic Native American images and lore with modern pop art. He’s also created multiple short films and recently sold a television program to HBO. You can check out his t-shirts, stickers, skateboards.

Judd is a member of the Writers Guild of America. Was a staff writer Disney XD comedy series “Zeke and Luther.” Zeke and Luther ” His feature film “The Butchers” was released Nov 2014. And his short film “Ronnie BoDean” staring Wes Studi in early 2015.


MAC v. PC with a Native Twist” garnered Judd a semifinalist position in NBC/Universal’s Comedy Short Cuts Film Festival and inclusion in an installment at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.

Judd was one of 14 selected from 2,500 script submissions for the Disney/ABC Writing Fellowship Program, a paid writing position with ABC/Disney. In 2009 Judd was nominated Distinguished Alumni for the University of Oklahoma and asked to speak at the University as part of the Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series.

In 2009 Judd won the Creative Spirt Award and direct his winning screenplay “Search for the World’s Best Indian Taco”. In 2011 it won Outstanding Short at the “North American Indigenous Image Awards” and “Best Narrative” at The Southwestern Association for Indian Arts, Best Short Film at AIFI.

In 2011 the music video “The Storm” that he directed won Best Music Video at AIFI and is now in rotation at the Hard Rock Cafe’s.


In 2010 he co-wrote the movie “Shouting Secrets” It premiered November 2011 in San Francisco and won Audience Choice Award at the San Diego Film Festival. In 2012 two short films he directed, “Search for the World’s Best Indian Taco” and “Neil Discovers the Moon” screened at the Tribeca Theater, as part of their Summer Youth Screening Series. “Neil Discovers the Moon” screened during the month of April 2012 as part of the Animation Celebration at NMAI in the Smithsonian and was an official selection for the 2015 Seattle International Film Festival.

Judd is known primarily as a filmmaker; Yet he’s also a prolific visual artist whose mashups of Native experiences and disposable American pop culture are sly and often downright funny. His creations include paintings, prints, poster art, photography, and t-shirt designs. He designed the t-shirts for the 2014 NARF (Native American Rights Fund). In 2015 he designed the cover art and merchandise for the group “A Trine Called Red.” His mural “War Paint” can be seen at historic Indian Alley in downtown Los Angeles.


The project is part of Beyond the Frame, a community-wide initiative revisiting the photographs of Edward S. Curtis and sparking conversations on Native identity, race and resilience, art and culture.

The NCW programming for Beyond the Frame: To Be Native has been funded by the Icicle Fund and curated by Icicle Creek Center for the Arts. Our many regional partners have coordinated a wide array of programs and events for our communities to have the conversation “What does it mean to be Native, beyond the frame?”

This effort is happening across the entire state of Washington; for a state-wide calendar of events, visit beyondtheframe.org

 

DATE: Thurs, Sept 20, 5:30-7:30pm. $15-$5/suggested donation. Students are free. Registration is required: info@methowartsalliance.org, 509-997-4004. LOCATION: The Bernard Hosey Shop at the home of Christiane Heinemann, 191 Twisp-Winthrop Eastside Rd, Twisp, WA 98856 CONCESSIONS: Drinks and Coffee available for purchase. Sponsored by Icicle Fund, Blue Star Coffee Roasters, KTRT 97.5 The Root, eqpd gear, Willowbrook Farm and the many generous donors of MethowArts. Thank you.