HYPERALLERGIC, Sketches from a Carnivalesque Weekend of Brooklyn Performance Art, Erica Cassill & Grace-Yvette Gemmell, November 20, 2015. "Kledia Spiro convinced us that there is a very clear, totemic connection between weightlifting melons, folk dance, and Freudian and Piagetian behavioral concepts."
Sketches from a Carnivalesque Weekend of Brooklyn Performance Art
An introduction to Kledia Spiro and how she got to where she is today, both personally and as an artist
Kledia Spiro: artist and performance artist
Uplifting Work with Artist-in-Residence
Strength and art: Made Masculine exhibiting artist and former olympic weightlifter Kledia Spiro uses lifting to empower
Art, Sex and Democracy - a panel discussion
The artists of the pop up, Appetite, host a lively panel discussion with a group of diverse women artists on how they respond to political and social turmoil. The panel, moderated by Mary M. Tinti, curator ...
The Pursuit of Creativity - Kledia Spiro
Kledia Spiro delivers the New England Museum Association's Keynote Address during their Centennial Anniversary
New England Museum Association at 100: New Programs address changing audiences
Art within reach, just a phone app away