Marcy B. Freedman

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Opening Their Studio

1006 Brown St. 203, Peekskill, NY

Collage, Photography, Video and Performance Art

(914) 271-5891



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Marcy B. Freedman is an artist and art historian. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley, a master’s degree in Renaissance Studies from the University of Michigan, and a master’s degree in Modern Art from Princeton University.
As an artist, she has created paintings, drawings, collages, photographs, small sculptures, digital prints, videos and performances. While many of her artworks explore abstraction and non-objective expression, she has also used her art to address topics of relevance to the political and social challenges that we face today.
Additionally, Freedman is very proud of her many collaboratve endeavors. She has joined forces with her fellow visual artists to create video projections and large installations. She has worked with dancers, musicians, and poets to present multi-media performances. She and local artist Carla Rae Johnson are the publishers of a monthly newsletter called “The Artistic LIcense,” which features essays, drawings, photographs, poetry, and short fiction.
As an art historian, Freedman has taught at the college level, curated exhibitions, and presented public lectures on a wide variety of topics. Most recently, she curated a large exhibition for the Hammond Museum, and she presented a lecture at Hudson Valley MOCA.