Research | Public History | Art
Selvage is a curatorial collective that reveals and visualizes alternative narratives and history. With a strong commitment to service, we work with our partners to identify a particular need and research focus that allows for discovery on both sides of the partnership. In examining the past we rewrite future understanding of a time and place, and embrace nostalgia as a form of knowledge rather than sentimental longing. We work in the borderland of fact, hearsay, and fiction, wherein one finds multiple voices and stories to share.
A Most Favourable Soil
Nov 9, 2019 — March 1, 2020
Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, Ireland
A curatorial project by the Selvage Collective featuring work by Varujan Boghosian, Charlotte Wheeler Cuffe, Micky Donnelly, Peter Hutchinson, Nevill Johnson, Stefan Kurten, Katie Ridley Murphy, Seoidín O’Sullivan, Joe Peragine, Jack Pierson, and Daphne Wright.
The Mystery of Stark Alley
The Carson McCullers Center for Writers and Musicians, Columbus, Georgia
Earth Day 2021 event around the history and regeneration of Hurricane Creek. In conjunction with the University of Alabama, Friends of Hurricane Creek, and artist Jamey Grimes.
ATLas (Atlanta Art Scene)
August 22 – December 6, 2015
Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw, Georgia
ATLmaps site ATLas explores 1970s Atlanta through the memories of eight women artists and/or art administrators. The site is a companion to the physical exhibition Forget Me Not, organized by the Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University. Forget Me Not features the work of ten women that explores ideas of loss, repetition, ritual and memory. Part of our inquiry extended to the loss of memory (perceived by us) surrounding the history of arts in Atlanta, and, in connection with the physical exhibition, the desire to recover the 1970s scene through the voices of its women creators, though men certainly played a part.