In April, past MCC Artist Fellowship awardees are a-bloom with news.
The Fourth Annual Massachusetts Poetry Festival (4/20-4/22) has an impressive schedule of poetry (including a host of events with past MCC-awardees).
Boston Sculptors Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary at U-Mass Lowell Art Gallery (4/2-4/26) includes works by the MCC-awarded Mags Harries, Hannah Verlin, Beth Galston, Rosalyn Driscoll, Sarah Hutt, Laura Baring-Gould, and Julia Shepley.
We were pleased to learn that a DVD compilation of animated films by the late Karen Aqua is now available. Also, two screenings (NYC and Arlington, MA) will take place on May 30, 2012 – one year after the artist’s passing.
Mary Bucci McCoy is part of a two-person show (Distillation) at the Rhode Island College Bannister Gallery (4/5-4/25). Also, Mary and fellow Fellow Joe Wardwell both had lovely things written about them in the Boston Globe by critic Cate McQuaid.
Monica Raymond‘s monologue Lindsay was performed in WA and a new play excerpt (soon to appear in Verse Wisconsin) performed in DC. Monica is organizing SWAN Day – Occupy Boston Women Artists at samson (4/4, 7 PM).
Nick Rodrigues has his Graduate Thesis Exhibition at the California Institute of the Arts this month.
Mari Seder recently exhibited work and presented her book Cuba: El Tiempo Suspendido/Time Suspended at Fotografico Alvarez Bravo Museum in Mexico, where she also teaches photography and photo collage workshops.
Image: Prilla Smith Brackett, FAMILY PATTERNS #13 (2011), Drawing materials, acrylic, oil on panel, 96×108 in.