This Sunday, Aug. 7th, I’ll be doing a signing at Powerhouse, a wonderful bookstore in Park Slope Brooklyn. The event will be at 11:30 am. Come out for some cupcakes and fun with the tots! POWERHOUSE on 8th
The address is: 1111 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Loved chatting with All the Wonders, Nick Patton! Listen to this podcast about the making of D is for Dress – Up. www.allthewonders.com
Also, here’s a blog post I did about the process. http://mariasartinside.blogspot.com/
Come out to the Opening reception for my MFA thesis show! Tuesday June 14th 6-8 pm. FIT Gallery: Fashion Institute of Technology 227 West 27th St. New York City. Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Friday, Noon – 8pm. Satuday, 10am – 5pm. Exhibit Information 212.217.4558. Show runs from June 11- July 9.
Here’s a peek: https://blog.fitnyc.edu
For all you Brooklynites please join me for some dress up fun on Sunday, April 17th at 2pm. at BookCourt. I’ll be reading and doing a little sunday afternoon activity. Come get sticker sets too. more info: http://www.bookcourt.com/events/maria-carluccio
I’m supper excited to announce the launch of D Is for Dress-UP! Please join me at Books of Wonder (18 W 18th St, NYC) on Saturday April 1st at 3 pm. I’ll be doing some fun activities and also giving away dress up sticker sets that go with the book. Please wear something you think is cool or just something that makes you feel like you! I’ll be dressed in my favorite outfit for sure. Here’s the link: booksofwonder.com
Join me for a panel discussion about the process of making children’s picture books. From inception to publication, a conversation with women who create, produce and nurture the journey of a picture book. A panel including: Carin Berger, Maria Carluccio, Tanya McKinnon, Roxane Orgill, Martha Rago. Moderated by Christina Ha. On: Sunday, Feb 28th at 3pm. Estherwood Mansion, Dobbs Ferry NY. More info here: riverarts.org
So proud and honored to write this article for Uppercase magazine. It’s about the struggles we face when trying to cultivate a career in the arts.
Here’s a little interview for Graphique De France. I have done a number of cards, calendars and canvas art pieces for them over the years. I’ve included a sneak peek of a few pages from my new children’s book soon to be released.
So very pleased to have 2 pieces selected for the up comming 3×3 Picture Book show.