Fellows Notes – Dec 11

Tis the season (for great news from past fellows/finalists of our Artist Fellowships). Hark!

Steve Almond (Fiction/Creative Nonfiction Fellow ’08) blesses readers with God Bless America readings, including a co-event with the also-awesome Elizabeth Searle (12/6 at Stellina in Watertown).

Steven Barkhimer (Playwriting Fellow ’11) puts on his director’s hat for Merry Wives of Windsor with Actors’ Shakespeare Project (12/7-1/1).

Woo hoo! for David Binder (Film & Video Fellow ’11, Photography Fellow ’01), a 2011 Assets for Artists grantee for business/financial training and support.

Be a winner and learn about Edie Bresler‘s (Photography Finalist ’11) installation at the Somerville Arts Council’s Inside-Out Gallery.

Excellent: Beth Galston (Sculpture/Installation Finalist ’11) has two large-scale installations at PAAM (thru 1/15/12), commissions from San Antonio and Nashville, and a 2011 Design Award from the Chain Link Fence Manufacturers Institute for Serpentine Fence.

Michal Goldman‘s (Film & Video Fellow ’07) At Home in Utopia just screened in Philly and will stream for free online at New Day Digital (12/17-12/18).

Above: art-lovers immerse themselves in Brian Knep‘s (Sculpture/Installation Fellow ’11) Healing Pool, which is at SEVEN during Miami Basel (thru 12/4).

All A’s for Caitlin McCarthy (Playwriting Finalist ’11), Best Short Script winner for Pass/Fail at the Rhode Island International Film Festival.

Complementing his work at ICA/Boston, Daniel Ranalli (Drawing Fellow ’10) shares Snail Drawings at Gallery Kayafas (thru 1/7).

Nicky Tavares (Film & Video Fellow ’11) is Kickstarting her new film-in-progress, Son of a Bug.

You already knew she’s in vogue, but did you know that Rachel Perry Welty (Sculpture/Installation Fellow ’09, Drawing Fellow ’04) is in Vogue? Get the scoop on the artist’s Facebook page.

Read past Fellows Notes. If you’re a past fellow/finalist with news, let us know.

Image: Brian Knep, HEALING POOL (2008), six-channel interactive video installation, computers, six video projectors, three video cameras, custom software, vinyl floor, 30×20 ft.

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