Who says everyone’s on vacation in August? This month, past MCC Fellows/Finalists are featured at MFA Boston, WBUR’s Artery, LEF Foundation, Carroll & Sons Gallery, Virginia Quarterly Review, and more.
Caleb Cole has work in a number of current/upcoming exhibitions: Intuit at Texas State University, an exhibition at Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown (Title TBA, 8/30-9/18), the Hearst 8×10 Biennial in NYC (thru 8/31), Framed: Identity and the Photographic Portrait at the Photographic Resource Center in Boston (9/3-10/12), Pedigree at the New Art Center in Newtonville (9/12-10/14), and Character Study at deCordova Sculpture Park + Museum in Lincoln (thru 3/31).
Caroline Klocksiem has five poems in the Summer 2013 issue of FRiGG: A Magazine of Fiction and Poetry and a poem in Heron Tree.
Caitlin McCarthy‘s film script Wonder Drug (currently in development) got a nice plug from actress Alysia Reiner in an IndieWire interview about her role on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black; Reiner calls it an “incredible script.”
Rachel Mello is among the artists in Entering Somerville at Nave Gallery Annex in Somerville (thru 8/31). Explore Rachel’s work on ArtSake. Her window installation “H is for Home” is part of An Alphabet of Inspiration: Artists Celebrate 100 Years of Collections at Boston Children’s Museum, on view through May of 2014.
Sarah Slifer Swift will perform a new dance piece made with her six year old son Seamus at the opening reception (8/3, 7 PM) of IlaSahai Prouty’s collaborative exhibition Dream Repeater: Toys Falling at Flatrocks Gallery in Gloucester.
Congratulations to Cam Terwilliger, who will be a Fulbright Scholar in Montreal starting this September. He’ll be researching and writing a historical novel set during the French and Indian War (1756–1763), dramatizing how native people clashed and combined with Europeans throughout the corridor between Albany and Montreal. Cam will be working with McGill University’s Institute for the Study of Canada, as well as the KOR Language and Cultural Center in Kahnawake, the Mohawk nation’s reserve south of Montreal.
Rachel Perry Welty has been accepted at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts studio program in midtown Manhattan, so will again have studio space in New York. She’ll speak at deCordova Sculpture Park + Museum about artist Tony Feher (8/1, 2 PM). More news on her Facebook page.