Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
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Samantha Fields (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’11) and Tory Fair (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’18) are exhibiting in Imbued: Artists and Materials 2 at Suffolk University Art Gallery in Boston (1/23-2/24).
Eric Gottesman (Photography Fellow 09) and Yu-Wen Wu (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’21, Painting Fellow ’04) are among the artists exhibiting in Let Love Quiet Fear at Praise Shadows Art Gallery in Brookline (1/12-2/12).
Daphne Board (Crafts Fellow ’21) is exhibiting footwear in Hand Made in America: Contemporary Custom Footwear at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Design and Material Culture (2/8-5/14).
Matt Brackett (Crafts Fellow ’04) has work in the group exhibition What’s Going On, organized by Violence Transformed, at the Piano Craft Gallery in Boston (thru 1/29)
Ali Kenner Brodsky (Choreography Fellow ’22) presents moments at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, CT (1/21). Jenna Pollack (Choreography Finalist ’20) and Ilya Vidrin (Choreography Fellow ’20) are among the performers.
Pelle Cass (Photography Finalist ’15) has work in New Formations at the deCordova Sculpture Park + Museum in Lincoln (thru 3/13).
Xujun Eberlein‘s (Fiction/Creative Nonfiction Fellow ’08) essay “Ms. Daylily” has been published in the Iowa Review. The essay won the 2021 Iowa Review Award in Nonfiction judged by Melissa Febos.
Kurt Cole Eidsvig (Poetry Fellow ’04) has published his debut novel ART OFFICIAL (Terror House Press).
Madge Evers‘ (Photography Finalist ’21) art and recent exhibition were featured in The Commons.
Georgie Friedman (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’13) is among the artists exhibiting in Waterlines at Somerville Museum (thru 3/22).
Magdalena Gomez (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’03) performs spoken work during the Audaciy of Hope performance by the Springfield Symphony Orchestra (1/14).
Josh Luke‘s (Traditional Arts Apprenticeship Mentor Artist ’15) work was featured on the TV program Chronicle.
Keith Maddy (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’22) has work in CUT, a 3-person exhibition at Foley Gallery in New York City (1/12-2/12).
Michael Ryczek (Painting Fellow ’22) has published a hardcover catalogue of his latest series, Surveillance.
Nancy Selvage (Crafts Fellow ’13) created Commuter Bees, a series of four platform panels, for the new Medford/Tufts Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) station. Read about the project in TuftsNow.
Tracy Heather Strain and Randall MacLowry (Film & Video Fellows ’19, ’07) directed and produced (respectively) the film Zora Neale Hurston: Claiming a Space airing on American Experience on PBS this month.
Image: Nancy Selvage (Crafts Fellow ’13), COMMUTER BEES, a public art project created for the new Medford/Tufts MBTA station.