#49 Angela Miskis introduced by Juan Hinojosa, June 21, 2023

On Wednesday, June 21 at 8:00 pm, join us for an artist talk at Espresso 77 cafe at 35-57 77th St, Jackson Heights, NY 11372.

We invite you to arrive around 7:00 pm, settle in with a drink and/or food, and grab a seat. Espresso 77 is pleased to offer a happy hour until 8 pm for our event.

The evening will begin with JHAT veteran Juan Hinojosa sharing images of his recent collages and 3D work. (Juan was the first artist to present at JHAT in December 2016).

Juan will be followed by Angela Miskis who will give a 30-40 minute talk about her painting/drawing practice.

An informal Q&A will follow.

The event is free, but the purchase of a beverage or food item is strongly encouraged in support of our venue partner Espresso 77.

Event will also be live streamed via our FB page.

About the artists:

Angela Miskis (b. Ecuador) is an artist and community organizer based in Queens. Miskis graduated from the School of Visual Arts in 2013 with a degree in Visual and Critical Studies. Her honors include the Silas H. Rhodes scholarship (2011) and the Visual and Critical Studies Scholarship (2013), which awarded her a five-month artist residency at the Leipzig International Art Programme (2014) in Germany. Recently, Miskis was awarded a residency at ChaShaMa’s ChaNorth International Artists Program (2019) in Pine Plains, NY, and the ArtWorks Inc. Seminar Fellowship at the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (2020). Her recent honors include the Create Change Fellowship with The Laundromat Project, the Utopian Practice Fellowship with Culture Push, the Queens Council on the Arts New Work grant, and the City Artists Corps Grant, (2021).

Angela’s website

Angela’s IG


Juan Hinojosa is a mixed-media artist who currently lives and works in New York. Constructed from found objects, his complex collage-drawings intimately challenge greed, obsessive consumption, and the social stratification of American culture. Hinojosa, a child of immigrants, received his BFA from Parsons School of Design and was awarded residencies at Material for the Arts (New York), the Vermont Studio Center (Vermont), and Aljira Center for Contemporary Art (New Jersey). Most recently, he completed residencies at MASS MOCA (Mass) and Dieu Donné (NY). Hinojosa is a two-time winner of the Queens Council on the Art’s “New Works Grant”, the City Corps Grant, and the Artist Relief Grant. His work has been featured in The New York Times, the Woodside Herald, and Open House New York. Hinojosa’s solo exhibitions include “Blonde Ambition” at Materials for the Arts (New York), “ALL MINE” at Union College  (New York), and “Paradise City” at Brattleboro Museum and Art Center (VT).

Juan’s website

Juan’s IG

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