Articles Posted by Meagan Meehan

Meagan J. Meehan is a published author, poet, cartoonist and produced playwright. She pens columns for the Great South Bay Magazine, Examiner and AXS. She is also a stop motion animator and an award-winning abstract artist. Meagan holds a Bachelors in English Literature and a Masters of Communication. She is an animal advocate and a fledging toy and game designer.

  • Interview with Maria Shclover and Irina Shabshis, the co-founders of the Cherry Orchard Festival

    The Cherry Orchard Festival is an arts festival that has become a beloved staple of NYC. In 2018, founders and producers Maria Shclover and Irina Shabshis are bringing Russia’s Theatre of Nations to New York with Anton Chekhov’s “Ivanov,” a dramatic play about an antihero, a melancholic upper-class man who is struggling to regain his former glory. […]

  • Inwood Art Works presents ‘Culture Hub’ Pop-up Space Throughout June of 2018

    Inwood Art Works is an organization that is dedicated to promoting the arts in the Inwood section of Manhattan. Throughout the month of June 2018, the organization will be re-purposing the presently-dormant Cliff Club on West 202nd Street into the “Culture Hub” pop-up community arts center and gallery. The Culture Hub will be open from […]

  • ‘Re-Create’: Interview with artist Majie Lavergne

    Can art be, not only inspiring, but playful and physically engaging? Essentially, award-winning artist, Majie Lavergne, has found a way to turn artwork into an ever-changing and interactive experience. Using abstract shapes, beautiful colors, and strong magnets, Majie’s wall-hanging art contains pieces that can be rearranged upon the viewer’s preference. Born in Paris, France, Majie […]

  • Sculpture and painting: Interview with artist Nipun K Manda

    Nipun K. Manda is an artist who works in a number of mediums, he incorporates visual, emotional and psychological impressions of urban tension, raw emotions and harsh realities tempered with gentle optimism and beauty seeking t h e combination of objective an d n on objective serves as matrix between social an d cultural spaces. […]

  • Artist spotlight: Fred Bendheim

    Fred Bendheim was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1956. He has lived and worked in Brooklyn, NY since 1984. As a teenager, he apprenticed with the pioneer surrealist painter, Philip Curtis, and has since had numerous shows and works in collections world- wide including: The Museum of Arts & Design, NY; The San Francisco Museum […]

  • GIRL BE HEARD: Interview with Artistic Director Kim Sykes

    GIRL BE HEARD is an internationally renowned and award-winning ensemble that is currently presenting their new show titled Indivisible: Liberty and Justice for Who? at DR2 Theatre in NYC. This ensemble-devised theater work is written and performed by GIRL BE HEARD company members and is directed by Kim Sykes, actor, writer and GBH Artistic Director. […]

  • Art and Photography : Interview with Kevin Dailey

    “Music” is the title of an abstract art piece printed on aluminum by artist and photographer Kevin Dailey whose works were truly stand-out pieces on display at the 2018 ArtExpo event in NYC. Kevin is known for producing works that are instantly recognizable for their uniqueness and vibrant colors. Interestingly, Kevin only branched out into […]