Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
Laura Baring-Gould, Gretchen Romey-Tanzer, and Donna Veverka are all exhibiting in the CraftBoston Holiday event at Hynes Convention Center (12/15-12/17).
Nicole Duennebier, Asia Kepka, Rachel Mello, Kenji Nakayama, Mary O’Malley, and Nina Wishnok are all exhibiting in Plenty 2017 at 13Forest Gallery (thru 1/13).
Karl Baden has published a new book of text and images, Taking Sides. It is both personal document and account of Boston’s bout with Neo-Nazis and white nationalists on August 19, 2017.
Laura Baring-Gould‘s project Our Land: Our Community Nuestro Tierra: Nuestro Communidad // Nossas Terras: Nossa Comunidade is among the awardees of the most recent round of Creative City grants from the New England Foundation for the Arts.
David Binder is currently fundraising for his film-in-progress Indelible, a follow-up to his film Calling My Children.
Charles Coe is a 2017 Boston Artist-in-Residence, and he’ll have an opening reception for the project he developed during his residency, What You Don’t Know About Me, at Boston City Hall Gallery (12/22, 4 PM).
Nicole Duennebier was named as a 2018 Artist to Watch by Take Magazine.
Andrea Sherrill Evans has two drawings in the 2018 Flat File Program at Tiger Strikes Asteroid NY (thru 12/17, opening reception 12/1, 6-9 PM).
Jennifer Hilton has work in the biennial exhibition From These Hills: Contemporary Art in the Southern Appalachian Highlands at the William King Museum of Art in Virginia (thru 2/11).
Congratulations to Michael Hoerman, whose interregional Crossover project was awarded a promotional grant from the City of Fayetteville’s A&P Commission.
Richard Michelson‘s music/theater/opera piece about the life of the artist Edvard Munch, Dear Edvard, will be performed at National Sawdust in NYC (12/10, 4 PM) and Arena Stage in DC (12/12, 7:30 PM). Find out more about the performances.
Ethan Murrow has a solo exhibition, Failed Ballads, at SLETE Gallery in Culvers City, CA (thru 12/16).
Kenji Nakayama has a two-person exhibition with Pat Falco, Current, at the University Hall Gallery at UMass Boston (thru 1/5).
Dean Nimmer curated and is exhibiting in Uncommon Goods – String Holders, at the Race Street Gallery in Holyoke (thru 12/17). Over 30 artists are participating in the show, which uses a utilitarian tool – the string holder – as a launching point for paintings, drawings, sculptures, and more.
Susan Rivo‘s documentary Left on Pearl has been screening in film festivals across the country. Most recently, it received the Best of Festival award at the Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival, and Honorable Mention for the Utopian Visions Award at the Utopia Film Festival in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Congratulations to James Rutenbeck, whose documentary film Class of ’27 (three short films he produced, including one he also directed/edited) has won a 2018 duPont-Columbia Journalism Award.
Azadeh Tajpour will have the premiere screening of her documentary film Gazing through a Lens – ‘Ali Khan Documents 19th-Century Iran at Harvard Art Museum’s Menschel Hall (12/8, 2 PM).
Cary Wolinsky and Yari Wolinsky co-created the documentary film Raise the Roof, which will be broadcast on PBS this month.
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Image: Andrea Sherrill Evans, THICKET (2017), silverpoint on prepared paper, 11 1/4 x 10 7/8 in.
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