Fingerspan by Jody Pinto

Ignite: Women Fueling Science and Technology

August 12th, 2014 by Danielle Siembieda

In November 2014, the Global Fund for Women will launch the Ignite: Women Fueling Science and Technology multimedia project. Ignite will explore the roles of technology and science in the evolution of women’s rights and gender equality.

Global Fund for Women invites you to submit work which addresses these themes. Please see attached Call for Submissions for more information. Deadline for Submission is September 2, 2014.
Thank you for considering this important opportunity.

Sound of Silence

August 5th, 2014 by Raheleh Zomorodinia
The Sound of Silence is a series of works by “Open 5 baz”, which first created as an installation in the first festival of Fajr Afarinan in Saba Complex-Tehran. In continuance of this series, Open 5 baz used the natural elements such as; the stones and water, to address their political circumstances in Iran. By throwing stones in the water they imply their opposition. This work is addressing all political prisoners who have been arrested because of their attitudes.

Fingerspan by Jody Pinto

April 1st, 2014 by Jody Pinto

In 1987, the Association for Public Art commissioned Fingerspan, a weathering steel pedestrian bridge located on a nature trail along the Wissahickon Creek. Pinto is currently working with the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation on Land Buoy, a beacon and observation tower for Pier 53, a new waterfront park along the Delaware River.

Museum Without Walls created a video on Jody Pinto’s Fingerspan.

Click here to view it.



Bobbi Mastrangelo Featured On “Artisodes”

February 25th, 2014 by Krystle Ahmadyar

Each week a Florida Artisan is featured along with other chosen artists from across the USA.

Recently, The University of Central Florida TV Station requested permission to feature me and my Grate Works pieces.

Brian Hirten, their videographer spent three hours with me on August 30th to create a wonderful short video.

It aired on WUCF-TV on Nov. 21 2013 and now can be found on You Tube.


-Bobbi Mastrangelo

2013 Arts & Healing Network Awards

July 16th, 2013 by Krystle Ahmadyar

Arts & Healing Network announces the first round of 2013 AHN Awards!

Congratulations to environmental artists

Basia Irland


Cleo reading cottonwood seed sentences on Tome II, Rio Grande. 2009. 300 pounds of carved ice. Photo; Claire Long












Jackie Brookner


Coyote Creek Filter, Roosevelt Community Center, San Jose , CA












Nicole Dextras












Arts & Healing Network thanks everyone who nominated artists for this round of awards. It was an especially rich and accomplished pool of nominees this time, making it both inspiring and challenging to make the selection. Look to more information about the three awardees below.

Arts & Healing Network are still seeking nominations for the 2013 Next Generation AHN Awards. If you or someone you know is a healing artist between the ages of 18-35, please nominate yourself and/or other artists by filling out this form by September 15, 2013. Thank you!