Phil saw his shadow – six more weeks to enjoy Winter arts in MA. Here’s the news from past MCC Fellows/Finalists, for Feb.
On the Border Line between crafts and contemporary art, Elizabeth Alexander (Sculpture/Installation Fellow ’11) has work in The Mikhail Zakin Gallery in NJ (thru 2/24), and a solo show at Dana Hall Art Gallery in Wellesley (2/13-3/8).
Claire Andrade-Watkins‘s (Film & Video Fellow ’09) short film Hi Neighbor is a Jurors Choice for the 31st Annual Black Maria Film Festival Tour.
Alice Bouvrie‘s (Film & Video Fellow ’11) film Thy Will Be Done screens at First Parish of Watertown (2/10, 7 PM) and is part of the Supporting Students – Saving Lives conference in San Diego (2/17-2/19).
Matthew Mazzotta‘s (Sculpture/Installation Fellow ’11) interactive Steeped in Exploration project was awarded a Americans for the Arts 2011 Year in Review Public Art Award for Community Engagement and Social Activism.
In 2011, Koji Nakano‘s (Music Composition Finalist ’11, ’09) won an ASCAP Plus Award and a National Science Council (Taiwan) grant. And upcoming, he has commissions from Taipei Chinese Orchestra and the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players!
Image: Matthew Mazzotta, STEEPED IN EXPLORATION (2010), methane digester, reeds, wood, paint, burner, 20x10x8 ft.