As winter descends… keep warm with news and notes from past MCC Fellows/Finalists!*
Sarah Bliss, Georgie Friedman, and Jeff Warmouth are among the artist premiering nine new works of art for the latest installment of Art on the Marquee at the Boston Convention Center (opening 12/11, 6-8 PM). Nine Massachusetts residents created new work to display on the 80-foot-tall multi-screen LED marquee outside the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in South Boston.
Edie Bresler‘s photographic series We Sold a Winner is on view at the University of La Verne in the Irene Carlson Gallery of Photography in La Verne, California (thru 12/12). Read about the series in Slate and in an ArtSake Studio Views.
Andrea Sherrill Evans has a solo show, Clear-Cut, at Emmanuel College’s Gallery 5 (thru 12/19). Her newest edition of prints published by Santo Press in Scottsdale, AZ is currently available at 13Forest Gallery.
Samantha Fields will participate in Demo Day (12/6, 10 AM) and will present a gallery walk-through entitled The Push and Pull—Exploring Liminal Spaces (12/6, 2 PM). Both events are in conjunction with the exhibition Fiber: Sculpture 1960–present at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Boston.
Nathalie Miebach is part of the group show Laboratory at Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University in Georgia (thru 2/21/15). Her work will be exhibited by Miller Yezersky Gallery at PULSE Miami Beach Art Fair.
Monica Raymond wrote the lyrics for the winter song After Harvest (for two sopranos and a harp, music by Timothy Takach). The song is having its world premiere at the Schubert Club in Minneapolis on 12/18 at noon as part of the courtroom concert series. Also, Monica’s short play Novices will be performed as part of a student festival at Boston University Student Theater (12/5 & 12/6, 8 PM).
Peter Snoad‘s award-winning comedy Identity Crisis is having its world premiere at Hibernian Hall in Roxbury (thru 12/7). This is the third of four full-length plays by Peter being produced by Hibernian Hall, where he is Visiting Playwright.
Johanna Warwick has two solo photography exhibitions: Between the Ground & Sky (Part 1) at The Center for Theoretical Physics at MIT (thru 8/15/15); and Between the Ground & Sky (Part 2) at Mayor’s Gallery in Boston City Hall (thru 12/24).
Images: Johanna Warwick, BETWEEN THE GROUND AND SKY 03 (2012) 4 x 5 film, Archival Inkjet Print, 30×40 in
* Please note that these listings do not contain energy-transferring properties and cannot, in actuality, warm you up physically. They should not be substituted for mittens, ear muffs, or a sweater vest. However, they may warm up your local pride.