Global Print 2013

August 31 – 13 de October, 2013
Museu de Lamego, Lamego, Portugal


Cultural Haunting and the Shared Unconscious: an experiment with dream and art in cosmopolitan space


Workshop – Friday, 24 May 2013, 10:15-16:00
The Open University, Camden Campus
1-11 Hawley Crescent, London NW1 8NP

Organised by Elizabeth Silva (Professor of Sociology, Open University), Lynn Froggett (Professor of Psychosocial Welfare, University of Central Lancashire) and Julian Manley (Research Associate, Psychosocial Research Unit, University of Central Lancashire). With art experiment by Sheila Goloborotko (Artistic Director, Printmaking Center of New Jersey, Instructor at Pratt Institute, New York).

1001 Dreams at Galeria Gravura Brasileira, SP Estampa 2013

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SP Estampa, 2013 / Atelier Paulista, São Paulo.

Wonderful event: 1001 an artistic experiment focused in São Paulo, New York and London by artist Sheila Goloborotko at Atelier Paulista, Rua Amália de Noronha, 301, São Paulo.

6th International Printmaking Biennial, Museu D’ouro, Peso da Régua, Portugal


Sheila Goloborotko: Retroprospectiva, Jardín de las Esculturas, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico. July, 2012


1001 Dreams will be presented at 2011 CRESC Annual Conference / Manchester

2011 CRESC Annual Conference / Manchester

September 6-9, 2011

The conference “Framing the City” scrutinizes the processes by which the city has been conceptualized, conceived, ordered and depicted – and how these processes have been disrupted and contested

– in regard to the meta-themes of: the material, ecologies and environments, publics & politics, economies, the visual, and affect.

Centre for Research on Socio-Cultural Change

Art in New York City

Art in New York City was founded by Michael Sorgatz to promote the work of local artists! Check it out!

Sheila Goloborotko looks for 1001 dreams

dream: one / sonho: um

My friend Sheila is seeding São Paulo right now with pillowcases on which she’s printed her loved ones’ dreams. People will find the pillowcases, then follow instructions printed thereon to send her their dreams—which will then be made into new pillowcases that are going to be left all around the boroughs of NYC and São Paulo.

- Sarah Schmerler