Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and cancellations, you should always double-check any event details with the listed venues.
Rosalyn Driscoll (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’13), Ilana Manolson (Painting Fellow ’18, ’08) and Naoe Suzuki (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’06) are among the artists in the online exhibition Think About Water.
Mary Kenny (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Finalist ’05) and Leslie Schomp (Drawing & Printmaking Finalist ’08) join Andrea Olmstead in the exhibition They Travel Together at ArtWorcester, online and in-person.
Harold Burnham (Traditional Arts Fellow ’20, ’10) wrote a blog post about his Traditional Arts Apprenticeship grant from Mass Cultural Council. Burnham’s apprentice Katherine Denche is presenting bi-monthly talks about the project at Essex Shipbuilding Museum site.
Harriet Diamond (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’13) is among the artists in Refugees, Resistance, Resilience, a virtual exhibition at Springfield College.
Kelley Donovan (Choreography Fellow ’12) hosts a Virtual SpeakEasy featuring performance of art in a variety of disciplines, and the next one is on 4/24, 8 PM.
Ken Field (Music Composition Finalist ’17) has released a new album, Transmitter.
Dana Filibert (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’15) has work in Wonderscape at Danforth Art.
Lisa Gruenberg (Fiction/Creative Nonfiction Fellow 12) has a virtual Author Talk about her book My City of Dreams hosted by Temple Adas Israel (4/8, 7 PM).
Marjorie Kaye (Painting Finalist ’18) is exhibiting work in Sensations of Soaring at Atlantic Works Gallery (4/3-4/30).
Colleen Kiely‘s (Painting Fellow ’98) portfolio of Gone to Feed the Roses drawings is included in the six-artist exhibition Keep the Light at the Brattleboro Museum of Art (thru 6/13).
Joy Ladin‘s (Fiction/Creative Nonfiction Finalist ’14) poetry book The Book of Anna has been revised, expanded, and reissued by EOAGH Books.
Danielle Legros Georges (Poetry Fellow ’14) is among the poets in the virtual event The Power of Poetry, co-hosted by WGBH and Mass Poetry (4/12, 7 PM).
Scott Listfield (Painting Finalist ’10) has a solo exhibition of paintings at Talon Gallery in Portland OR.
Melinda Lopez (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’19, ’03) has a streaming workshop production of a new play, currently titled Young Nerds of Color, directed by Dawn M. Simmons and available 4/8-4/11. Read about it in The Boston Globe.
Greg Mencoff (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’09, ’05, Painting Finalist ’20) has a solo show, Meaningful Dust, at Howard Yezerski Gallery (thru 5/1).
Daniel Ranalli (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’10) collaborated with composer Lola Perrin to make a short film as part of the Climate Action New England: The Road to COP26 Conference.
Jo Ann Rothschild (Painting Fellow ’98) has a solo exhibition, Hope for the Future, at HallSpace (4/3-5/8). She has cellphone size etchings in the Boston Printmakers Traveling Exhibition Connect at the Providence Art Club (thru 4/16). She has work in an online exhibition, One in a Year, hosted by the Painting Center.
Evelyn Rydz (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’10) joins Camilø Álvårez and Gabriel Sosa for a live, virtual conversation (4/15, 7 PM ET) in conjunction with the exhibition In Response at Brookline Arts Center, part of Álvårez’s BODYMONOPOLIZINGPOLITICKING series.
Peter Snoad‘s (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’09) Seeing Violet has a free staged, virtual reading, produced by Hibernian Hall (4/22, 7 PM ET, and 4/23-4/24).
Tracy Heather Strain and Randall MacLowry (Film & Video Fellows ’19, ’07) wrote and directed American Oz, a film about Wizard of Oz creator L. Frank Baum, which will premiere on American Experience on PBS (4/19, 9 PM ET).
Naoe Suzuki (Drawing & Printmaking 06), along with being in the online exhibition Think About Water, has a solo, online exhibition, Layered Time, hosted by Medicine Wheel Productions’ Spoke Gallery (4/12-5/29, Zoom reception with gallery talk 4/15, 6-7:30 PM ET).
Image: Mary Kenny (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Finalist ’05), WASP WOMAN (2021), stoneware, paper, wire, 23x17x13 in.