It’s July: cue the John Philip Sousa and make way for a march of news from MCC Fellows/Finalists.
Sophia Ainslie and Stacey Alickman are in the group show NET work: A drawing and mixed media installation at Kingston Gallery (7/5-7/28, reception 7/6, 5:30-7:30 PM), in which individual works by the show’s artists have a variety of interconnections.
Martha Jane Bradford is one of the artists selected for the Cambridge Center for Adult Education’s second group of CSArt artists (including an exhibition 7/9-8/31). Also, one of her works was selected for and received Honorable Mention at The Butler Institute of American Art‘s 76th National Midyear Exhibition (thru 8/19). One of her digital drawings was accepted in this year’s “Community of Artists” show at the Danforth Museum of Art (thru 8/5). Her work is also exhibiting online.
Brian Knep will be showing Deep Wounds at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum as part of their ‘united states’ semester of shows (7/15-2/24/13). Commissioned by Harvard University in 2006, Deep Wounds is a large-scale, interactive installation that uses the Civil War as a metaphor for unfinished healing.
Liz Nofziger collaborated with Linda Price Sneddon to create Shape of Community, a collaborative installation in commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of the Bread and Roses Strike of 1912, at Essex Art Center (thru 8/16).
Cristi Rinklin‘s solo exhibition Diluvial (read about it on ArtSake) is open to the public at the Currier Museum of Art (thru 9/15). A reception for the exhibition will be held on 8/2, 5:30-7:30 PM, with a concert in the gallery by Shirish Korde, who composed music based on impressions of Cristi’s work.
Peter Snoad‘s short play Perfect Strangers will be part of the “10 X 10 in The Triangle” festival at ArtsCenter of Carrboro, NC (7/6-7/22). Recently, the play won the 2012 short play contest at the Stratford Fringe Festival in the Stratford-Upon-Avon in the U.K..
Rachel Perry Welty collaborates with her mother Sarah Hollis Perry for the installation Water, water at Cape Ann Museum (7/14-9/30). Also, Rachel was interviewed by Blink Magazine, including a portfolio of images from the Lost in my Life series.
Michael Zelehoski currently has work in Jen Bekman Gallery and Dodge Gallery, and he won First Place (and exhibits work) in the 2012 Juried Art exhibition at The Staten Island Museum (all in greater NYC).
Image: Brian Knep, installation view of DEEP WOUNDS (2006), installed at Memorial Hall in Cambridge, MA.