Daniele Frazier


Daniele Frazier is seeking volunteers to help plant 3000 tulip bulbs in Highland Park, Brooklyn. She will be planting a 28-foot diameter circle of red tulips that will bloom in early spring of next year. This is a continuation of her artistic collaboration with NYC Parks and the Cypress Hills neighborhood.

When: 10am-5pm on December 7th
Where: Enter Lower Highland Park at Elton and Jamaica Ave and walk up the hill just north of the eastern baseball diamond. Map link here.
Transportation: J train to Cleveland

She needs your help digging holes and placing bulbs for any period of time you can offer between 10am and 5pm. This is a great opportunity to have hands-on involvement in a public artwork and to get to know the community. Water, snacks, and tools will be provided. She will be joined by high school students from the neighborhood.

Please spread the word! If you can make it, email me at danielefrazier@gmail.com so I can get a rough headcount of volunteers. Thank you!



Cody Jones


Cody Jones' Oxbow final project "The Lens of Reality" is installed at the Chattahoochee Nature Center in Atlanta, GA as part of their permanent Watershed exhibition. Docents use the piece to engage visitors about human impacts on climate change, habitat destruction and restoration, and sustainable practices. Visitors are enjoying the interactive nature of the installation.


Caroline Woolard


Caroline Woolard's exhibition INDEX: The Meeting on view through March 8, 2020 at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

"Caroline Woolard (b. 1984) employs sculpture, installation, and online networks to investigate systems of collaboration and cooperation. Woolard, the 2019–20 Ruth Ann and Nathan Perlmutter Artist-in-Residence, draws upon the formal and spatial languages of conflict mediation to transform the Lee Gallery into a platform for self-initiated and facilitated group discussions."

Caroline, an OS34 Lecturer, OS35 Visiting Artist in Residence is a current member of the Oxbow Board of Trustees. carolinewoolard.com


Courtney Cook


Courtney Cook studied art + design, and creative writing + literature at the University of Michigan focusing on finding ways to best combine visuals and words. She is an MFA candidate at the University of California, Riverside, studying creative nonfiction. Her first book titled The Way She Feels, is forthcoming from Tin House Books in the summer of 2021. The Way She Feels is a mixture of essays, graphic narratives, and illustrations all surrounding the topic of mental illness.

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