Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
Nina Bellucci has two paintings in the exhibition Musa Collective: Pattern in Place at the Boston City Hall Scollay Square Gallery (thru 12/31). She was recently interviewed for the I Like Your Work Podcast.
Susan Bernhard will have the book launch of her debut novel, Winter Loon, at Belmont Books (12/3, 7 PM). She has upcoming readings at Buttonwood Books (Cohasset) Supper with Authors Series (1/16, 6:30 PM) and Brookline Booksmith (1/17, 7 PM).
Xujun Eberlein‘s long essay “In Which No Sex Takes Place” appears in the fall issue of the literary journal AGNI. Her short essay “The Cremation” has been nominated by Brevity Magazine for the Pushcart Prize and Best American Essays.
Brece Honeycutt has work in the group exhibition Intimate Immensity and Other Daydreams at AC Institute in New York (thru 1/5). In conjunction with that show, she will present the artist talk “Gathered Books & Field Notes” (12/12, 6-8 PM). This event is free but pre-registration required: RSVP by email.
Ann S. Kim‘s film with Priya Giri Desai, Lovesick, will have several screenings across the globe for World AIDS Day: New Delhi, with the National AIDS Control Organisation (12/1); the Fenway Institute in Boston (12/3, 5:30 PM reception, 6:30 PM screening); and the Global Health Film Festival in London (12/8, 6 PM).
Joy Ladin published her second book of creative nonfiction, The Soul of the Stranger: Reading God and Torah from a Transgender Perspective. The writing of the book was supported by an NEA fellowship.
Anindita Lal was an apprentice with master artist Sunanda Sahay through our Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Program, and Anindita’s work as a Mithila/Madhubani artist is on exhibition at Boxborough Library in December.
Scott Listfield is publishing a book, Astronaut – Paintings by Scott Listfield, which will premiere at the Spoke Art booth at the Context Art Fair in Miami (12/4-12/9, book signing 12/8 3 PM). There will also be a book signing event at Thinkspace Projects in Los Angeles (12/15).
January Gill O’Neil will read from her recently published poetry collection Rewilding at the Concord Free Public Library (12/9, 3 PM). The event is part of the Concord Poetry at the Library Series. Read a q&a with the poet on ArtSake.
Cary Wolinksky has a solo exhibition of photography, Visual Memory, at Pucker Gallery in Boston (12/1-1/6, opening reception 12/1, 3-6 PM, artist talk 12/13, 6-8 PM). The exhibition is a preview of a retrospective work of 50 years of photographs, upon which the artist is currently at work.
Helena Wurzel joins Crystal Lacouture in the two-person exhibition So Wild and Blue at Isenberg Projects in Brookline (thru 12/15, with a “bagel pop-up” event featuring food from the Cambridge delicatessen Mamaleh’s on 12/15, 9 AM).
Images: Cary Wolinsky, AGBOZUME, GHANA, AUGUST 4, 1992, Archival Pigment Print, 27 x 18 in.