Fellows Notes is a periodic listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
Deborah Abel (Choreography Fellow ’10) Dance Company will perform at Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories at Chelsea High School and via livestream (3/21, 12:30 PM), featuring Glorai Steinem, Gov. Maura Healey, Lt. Gov. Kim Drisoll, and others.
Elizabeth Alexander (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’11) is exhibiting the site-specific installation and you did not even know enough to be sorry at North Carolina Museum of Art (thru 8/2023). Shes also exhibiting in As of Now at K Contemporary in Denver, CO (thru 2/25) and Too Much Is Just Right: The Legacy of Pattern and Decoration at the Asheville Art Museum in Asheville, NC (2/2-5/29).
Clint Baclawski (Photography Fellow ’19) presents an Artist Talk at the Morton R. Godine Library at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (3/8, 1 PM ET). He exhibits in the group exhibition No Misery Can Tell, No Word of Farewell at Wassaic Project in Wassaic NY (thru 3/18) and participates in a talk/closing reception (3/18, 2 PM ET).
Karl Baden (Photography Fellow ’99) has a solo exhibition, Coney Island Beach Sleepers, 1977, at Anderson Yezerski Gallery in Boston (thru 3/25).
Daphne Board (Crafts Fellow ’21) was featured in WCVB’s Chronicle in an episode of Splurge or Save. She also has work in Interconnected: A Fiber Show, at Worcester State University’s Mary Cosgrove Dolphin Gallery (thru 3/18).
Linda Bond (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’13) was featured in an article about “The History of Women in Northampton” mural, for which she was among the original collaborating artists.
Cree Bruins (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’10) has a solo exhibition, Picture This…, at Kingston Gallery in Boston (2/1-2/26).
Callie Chapman‘s (Choreography Fellow ’20) Zoe Dance peforms with Violet Nox in Arrow of Time at the Museum of Science Boston (3/23, 7:30 PM ET).
Nicole Duennebier (Painting Fellow ’22, ’16) is among the artists exhibiting in Still No More at Phillips Exeter Academy’s Lamont Gallery (thru 4/15).
Madge Evers (Photography Finalist ’21) has work in Artists Redux: Seen Again at the Arnold Arboretum (thru 3/12).
Tsar Fedorsky‘s (Photography Fellow ’15) is launching a Kickstarter campaign for Stone, Ghost, Life, a photography/literary collaboration, on 3/17.
Ken Field‘s (Music Composition Finalist ’17) Revolutionary Snake Ensemble performs at a Mardi Gras Party at Scullers Jazz (2/18).
Magdalena Gomez‘s (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’03) play A Beautiful Anarchy will be part of the BAAD! Bronx production Mujeres Fuertes (3/8, 8 PM), live and virtually.
Margot Guernsey (Film & Video Fellow ’19) is co-director of No Time to Fail, which screens in the Salem Film Festival (3/25, online starting 3/27).
Nona Hershey (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’04) has work in Spacial Disclosures at Soprafina Gallery in Boston (3/3-3/31).
Janet Loren Hill (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Finalist ’19) has work in the exhibition In Retrospect at Monira Foundation in Jersey City (thru 4/30).
Wendy Jehlen (Choreography Fellow ’12) is a 2023 Boston Center for the Arts Dancemakers Laboratory Resident.
Congratulations to Terry Jenoure (Music Composition Finalist 21), recently named a 2023 Creative Capital awardee.
Stefanie Lubkowski‘s (Music Finalist ’15) string quartet this is the light of autumn… is performed by Semiosis Quartet at United Parish in Brookline (3/4, 7:30 PM ET) and the New School of Music in Cambridge (3/5, 1 PM ET).
Guy Mendilow (Music Finalist ’21) and his ensemble will have the world premiere of their multimedia performance The Forgotten Kingdom at the Carling-Sorensen Theatre, BabsonARTS in Wellesley, MA (3/23, 7 PM ET).
John Minigan (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’19) recently had a virtual reading of The Queen of Sad Mischance by Max Needle and Theatre Resources Unlimited.
Lenelle Moise‘s (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’15) play K-I-S-S-I-N-G is co-produced by the Huntington Theatre Company and the Front Porch Collective (thru 4/2).
Youjin Moon‘s (Film & Video Finalist ’17) multidisciplinary work, Inner and Outer Space, will be presented at Harvard Film Archive (3/20).
Carla Panciera (Fiction/Creative Nonfiction Finalist ’22) is publishing a new book, Barnflower: A Rhode Island Farm Memoir, from Loom Press in Amesbury, MA, this Spring.
Congratulations to Cheryl Pappas (Fiction/Creative Nonfiction Finalist ’22), who was awarded a MacDowell Colony Residency Fellowship.
Abraham Ravett‘s (Film & Video Fellow ’09) film Notes for a Polish Jew will be screened in mid-March 2023 at the 24 Dresdner Schmalfilmtage, Dresden, Germany.
Gretchen Romey-Tanzer (Crafts Fellow ’19) has a solo exhibition, The Fine Art of Weaving, at Highfield Hall & Gardens in Falmouth (thru 4/2).
James Rutenbeck‘s (Film & Video Finalist ’19) film A Reckoning in Boston is available on the documentary/art house streaming site OVID.
Laura Sanchez (Choreography Finalist ’22) presents in The Dance Complex Reflection, Healing, and Movement Series with Dancing Through Motherhood: A Healing Expressive Flamenco Workshop (3/6).
Carolyn Shadid Lewis‘ (Film & Video Fellow ’11) film InterGeneration will have a free, virtual screening hosted by Facing History and Ourselves (3/28, 4 PM). The artist recently learned that film will be broadcast on PBS in 2024.
Peter Snoad‘s (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’09) new play Too Many White People, will feature in the Queens Short Play Festival, in Queens, NY (2/23, 3/1, 3/7, 3/12).
Nora Valdez (Crafts Fellow ’17) has an installation, A Common Thread, on view at The Boston Sculptors Gallery (3/1-4/2).
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Image: still image from GANYMEDE (2016) by Youjin Moon (Film & Video Finalist ’17). The artist is featured in March at Harvard Film Archive.