Hadley Nunes’ work includes painting, performance art and curation. She exhibits internationally and is part of the Louis-Dreyfus Family Collection in Katonah, New York. Nunes has participated in residencies for both performance and visual art in the United States, France and Japan. Her studio is located at Lana Lane Studios in Honolulu where she is a founding member.
In 2014 Nunes founded and curated an artist residency program called Present Project. This project facilitated the creation of new works of art, lectures, public programming and educational outreach. She continues to mentor students of art through the creation of summer internships catered to their interests.
Nunes has exhibited locally at Aupuni Space, Cedar Street Gallery, the Honolulu Museum of Art, the Honolulu Museum of Art School, Marks Garage, and Pegge Hopper Gallery. Her work can be seen in the Netherlands and has been exhibited at The New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, & Sculpture and the Old American Can Factory in Brooklyn. She was a fellow at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and artist-in-residence at the Vermont Studio Center, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, and the Watermill Center.
For more information on Hadley Nunes, please visit her website at www.hadleynunes.com.
W.S. MERWIN: TO PLANT A TREE focuses on the extraordinary life and work of United States Poet Laureate, two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner and environmental activist. Mr. Merwin, who has been accorded almost every major poetry prize, including the National Book Award, has dedicated himself over the last three decades to preserving and regenerating native plants and palms at his home, The Merwin Conservancy, a 19-acre ecological preserve located on the north shore of Maui, Hawaii, that encompasses one of the most comprehensive private collection of palms in the world. W.S. MERWIN: TO PLANT A TREE is a production of Cicala Filmworks in association with THIRTEEN Productions LLC for WNET.
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