MEDIA

The Nation / May 2, 2019

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Weaving Peace

Violence is unacceptable.

By Elizabeth Starcevic


Elizabeth Starcevic has been weaving large wall hangings in Mexico for over 25 years. More of her work can be seen here.

https://www.thenation.com/article/weaving-peace/

Mexico hoy

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A collection of stories from the three PEN centers in Mexico that responds to the repression of writers/journalists in that country Martha Cerda (editor) 2018. My weaving NO TO THE WALL / NO AL MURO is on the cover of this book.

BronxNet: My work NO TO THE WALL / NO AL MURO appears in the video. It was wonderful being involved in this show. Spring 2019

ENCLAVE Magazine

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A poster of my weaving "Night Moves" hung in the subway elevator at 184st. Am very proud that my CUNY colleagues Nora Glickman and Alejandro Varderi have chosen it for the literary magazine ENCLAVE. Gracias, colegas.

THE NATION

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Featured in The Nation.
The Border

"What will be the real cost of building a wall, in money and lives?"

THE MANHATTAN TIMES

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Featured in The Manhattan Times

At the Ready

City opens the first career center 

aimed at immigrants.

(Weaving Featured at the Center)


UPTOWN COLLECTIVE

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The Artists Unite Poster Project, 

developed in cooperation with the MTA,  showcasing uptown artists whose work has appeared in local subway elevators since 2009.

DNAinfo.com New York

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Washington Heights Artist Weaves a Welcome to Mexico With New Exhibit.


WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — A new exhibit at the office of City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez showcases two decades of artwork from a Washington Heights professor and activist.

Hecho En Mexico, which opened on Thursday, showcases 16 woven works by Elizabeth Starcevic, a former professor at City College of New York. The gallery's title, which translates to "made in Mexico," references the country where all of the pieces were created.



ATENCIÓN

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Featured in Atención. 


Climbing the smooth stone steps to the second floor of Bellas Artes was like entering an earlier, more tranquil world...

DNAinfo.com New York

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Women in the Heights' Exhibition 

Shows Off Local Artists


UPPER MANHATTAN — National Women's History month is getting a decidedly local flavor with the launch of a celebratory exhibition of works by female artists who live and work in Inwood and Washington Heights.  

Art created by nearly 30 Upper Manhattan women will be on display at Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance's "Women in the Heights – Perspectives" show, beginning Thursday, March. 3.