Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
Meg Alexander, Rebecca Doughty, Warner Friedman, Raul Gonzalez, Catherine McCarthy, Janice Redman, Shelley Reed, Dawn Southworth, and Randal Thurston are all exhibiting in Paperworks at Clark Gallery in Lincoln (thru 10/7).
Samantha Fields and Sue Murad co-created the short film Meditations on the Tide, which was selected for the Krafta Doc film festival in Scotland. The artists are fundraising so they can travel to the screening.
Steven Bogart‘s play-in-progress The Rehearsal will have a staged reading at the Actors Studio Newburyport (9/9, 10 AM), presented by North Shore Readers Theater Collaborative. As a director, he is part of a devised theater project called The Weird by four playwrights, Kirsten Greenidge, Obehi Janice, Lila Rose Kaplan, and John Kuntz, for Off the Grid Theatre Company (9/1-9/16). You can see a teaser for the project on Facebook.
Linda Bond recently received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award and a Puffin Foundation Award. This month, she has a solo exhibition, After Effects: Beyond the Shadow of War in the Human Rights Institute Gallery at Kean University (9/5-12/20).
Cynthia Consentino has a solo exhibition of sculpture and drawings, called Topsy-Turvy, at UMass Amherst Herter Art Gallery (9/12-10/11, reception 9/12, 5:30-7:30 PM).
Nicole Duennebier is exhibiting Temple of Flies, work created collaboratively with her sister Caitlin Duennebier, at the Montserrat College of Art Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery (9/18-10/16, artist presentation 9/28, 11:30 AM-12:20 PM, reception 9/28, 5-8 PM). She’s also in the group exhibition Room with a Thousand Doors at the online gallery WOW x WOW (9/1-9/22).
Marky Kauffmann, who was recently selected as one of Photolucida’s Critical Mass Top 200 photographers, is exhibiting at the Nave Gallery as part of the Somerville Toy Camera Festival (9/9-9/24, opening reception 9/9 3-5 PM). She is also in the group exhibition The Visual Metric at Griffin Museum’s Lafayette City Center Gallery in Boston (thru 11/7).
Scott Listfield collaborated with Josie Morway to create a wall mural at Worcester Art Museum as part of POW! WOW! Worcester. This month, he’s got a solo exhibition at Rotofugi Gallery in Chicago (9/8-10/1).
Rania Matar exhibits photography this month in Thrive at The Beehive in Boston (9/5-10/19, reception 9/13, 6:30-8:30 PM), as well as exhibitions in Paris and Washington DC. She’ll present the lecture Womanhood: From Personal to Universal (9/25, 6 PM) as part of the MIT – Women in Art + Architecture series, and she’ll lead The Portrait and Identity Workshop at Filter Photo Festival in Chicago (9/22, 9 AM-4 PM).
Nathalie Miebach has a solo show, Strange Weather, at the Aurora University Schingoethe Center (9/28-12/13, opening reception, 9/28 5 PM). There will be a performance of Nathalie’s “Weather Scores” at Aurora University’s Tapper Recital Hall (10/12, 7 PM, performed Picoca Ensemble. Also, Nathalie’s work is in the group show weatherwise/otherwise at the Agnes Scott College Dalton Gallery in Decatur, Georgia (9/14-12/9).
Cecelia Raker starts an MFA program at the Michener Center for Writers at UT Austin this fall.
Tracy Heather Strain directed Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart, a documentary film about Lorraine Hansberry, and it has its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (9/7-9/17). The film is expected to have its broadcast debut in February 2018 on the PBS series American Masters.
Grace Talusan has been named the winner of the 2017 Restless Books Prize for New Immigrant Writing for her to-be-published book The Body Papers.
Elizabeth Whyte Schulze is exhibiting in Cut the Edge, Weave the Line, a group exhibition exploring traditional techniques and materials combined with contemporary technology (9/8-10/20), at Mobilia Gallery. She’s also exhibiting in All Things Considered 9: Basketry in the 21st Century at the Peters Valley School of Craft in New Jersey (9/16-10/29).
Image: Linda Bond, SHOPPING from the AT HOME series (2017).