Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
Meg Alexander, Alice Denison, and Ilana Manolson are exhibiting in Power of the Flower at Concord Center for the Visual Arts (6/14-8/12, opening reception 6/14, 6-8 PM).
Sonia Almeida, Caleb Cole, Maya Erdelyi, Samantha Fields, Dana Filibert, and Vanessa Irzyk are among the artists with work in the BCA Ball 2018 Small Works Show and Art Sale at the Boston Ceter for the Arts Cyclorama (6/2).
Ri Anderson, Prilla Smith Brackett, Justin Kimball, Mary Lum, Sarah Malakoff, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Donald Shambroom, and Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz are all exhibiting in Lived Space: Humans and Architecture, at deCordova Sculpture Park + Museum (thru 9/30).
Matt Brackett, Robin Radin, and Elizabeth Slayton are among the artists exhibiting in Environmental Textures: Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Exhibition at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (6/10-9/28, reception 6/13, 6-8 PM).
Peat Duggins, Jane Marsching, Nathalie Miebach, and Evelyn Rydz are all exhibiting in How Nature Instructs Us at the Suffolk University Art Gallery (6/7-7/6, reception with gallery talk 6/7, 5:30-7:30 PM).
Congratulations to Jane Gillooly, Adam Mazo, Kavita Pillay, and Kathryn Ramey, all among the recipients of the recently announced LEF Foundation Moving Image Fund grants.
Adam Mazo‘s Dawnland (with Ben Pender-Cudlip) and Jeff Zimbalist‘s Nossa Chape (with Michael Zimbalist) are among the films in the Roxbury International Film Festival (6/20-6/30).
Sophia Ainslie has a solo show, Last Touch, at Gallery Naga in Boston (thru 6/14).
Hannah Barrett has a solo exhibition, Accessories at yours mine and ours gallery in New York City (thru 6/30).
Paul Chojnowski is participating in a group exhibition at the new Real Eyes Gallery in Adams (opening reception 6/2, 4-7 PM).
Harriet Diamond has sculptural work in Shelter at A.P.E. Gallery in Northampton (6/5-6/30, 6/8, 5-8 PM).
Nicole Duennebier is exhibiting in Pushing Painting the Brown University David Winton Bell Gallery in Providence, RI (6/9-7/8, opening reception 6/8, 5:30 PM).
Yorgos Efthymiadis is exhibiting in TREES II at Gallery Kayafas in Boston (6/8-7/28, artist’s receptions 6/15 & 7/6, 5:30-8 PM). He has photography in the book The Vernacular of Landscape, published by Subjectively, Objective. He recently had work featured in Float Magazine.
Dana Filibert, along with exhibiting in the BCA Ball 2018 Small Works Show and Art Sale (see above), has work in Fun House: 2018: Art of the Surreal, Fantastic, and Bizarre at Barrett Art Center in Poughkeepsie NY (thru 6/23).
Patrick Gabridge‘s play Both/And is being produced by Catalyst Collaborative@MIT at the MIT Museum (thru 8/5). The one-act play was originally commissioned by Central Square Theater and the MIT Museum.
Danielle Legros Georges has collaborated with photographer Jennifer Waddell on the Real People, Real Stories: Mattapan Project, a series of photographs and poems based on interviews of people with deep roots in and connections to Mattapan. A reading/exhibition opening event will take place 6/14, 6-7:30 PM, at the Mattapan Branch Boston Public Library. The exhibition will run thru 8/15.
Basia Goszczynska has a new installation exhibiting in Chashama’s Annual Gala and Art Party in Times Square (6/7, 9 PM). She has work in Conveyor, a group show exhibiting during Greenpoint Open Studios (6/2-6/3).
Eric Gottesman co-founded the artist-run initiative For Freedoms with Hank Willis Thomas. For Freedoms recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to support its 50 States/50 Billboards project, which seeks to deepen civic engagement by commissioning artists to create billboards for each of the 50 states.
Daniel Johnson has been named the executive director of Mass Poetry, a Boston-based nonprofit that works to bring poetry into the lives of people from across Massachusetts.
Marky Kauffmann‘s photographic work Close Encounters won an Editor’s Pic from Independent Photographers International Landscape Competition, and she has photography in Fraction Magazine‘s 10th Anniversary Issue.
Zehra Khan exhibits work, Art Cannibal, at AMP Gallery in Provincetown (5/25-6/6).
A video of Dawn Kramer‘s choreographic work Entanglement (11′) will be screened as part of Beyond Boundaries at The Dance Complex (6/24, 7 PM). The evening also features live performances by Peter DiMuro and Jean Appolon.
Mira T. Lee will read from her novel Everything Here Is Beautiful at the Lesley University Marran Theater (6/27, 7 PM). The event is part of the Lesley MFA in Creative Writing Summer Readings.
Erica Licea-Kane has an exhibition of small works at Kingston Gallery (thru 7/1, opening reception 6/1, 5-8 PM).
Scott Listfield has a solo show of new paintings, Algorithm, at San Francisco’s Spoke Art Gallery (6/2-6/23, opening reception 6/2, 6-9 PM). The artist will give a free talk about his work at Lesley University 6/19, 7-9 PM).
Adam Mazo has numerous screenings of Dawnland, the film he made with Ben Pender-Cudlip, including NHdocs: The New Haven Documentary Film Festival (6/6), the Provincetown Film Festival (6/14, 6/15, and 6/16), and the Roxbury International Film Festival (6/28).
Richard Michelson will receive the 2018 Sydney Taylor Gold Medal from the Association of Jewish Libraries (6/19).
Nathalie Miebach has work in numerous exhibitions this month: as mentioned above, her art is featured in How Nature Instructs Us at the Suffolk University Art Gallery (thru 7/6); she’s part of Connection: Visual Fellows of the Cape at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in Dennis (thru 9/9), part of the 50th Anniversary of the Fellows program at the Fine Arts Work Center; she has a solo exhibition, The Little Ones, at Children’s Hospital in Boston (6/10-9/15); and she is the only US-based artist invited to exhibit in the Canada Biennale Nationale de Sculpture Contemporaine in Montreal (6/22-9/7).
John Minigan‘s play Noir Hamlet is produced by Centastage at the Boston Center for the Arts (6/14-6/30).
Daniela Petrova‘s first novel, Her Daughter’s Mother, was acquired by Putnam with a scheduled 2019 publication.
Cristi Rinklin has a solo exhibition at the Newport Art Museum (6/14-9/2). Her work is also included in Trees II at Gallery Kayafas (6/6-7/21, receptions 6/15 & 7/6, 5:30-8 PM).
Elizabeth Whyte Schulze is participating in the Hilltown Open Studios Tour (6/23-6/24).
Cassie Seinuk‘s play Dream House has a reading at Central Square Theatre (6/3, 7 PM).
Leslie Sills is among the artists exhibiting in Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt, and the Four Freedoms. The juried exhibition was organized by the Normal Rockwell Museum and is currently on view at The Roosevelt House in New York (thru 9/2). After New York, the exhibition will travel to four other art museums ending at The Norman Rockwell Museum in the fall of 2020.
Tracy Heather Strain‘s Lorraine Hansberry documentary Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart screens at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (6/9, 1:30 PM), a co-presentation with the Roxbury International Film Festival.
Michael Zelehoski has a solo exhibition, Things Fall Apart, at Backslash Gallery in Paris (thru 7/13).
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Image: Erica Licea-Kane, GLIMPSES OF BELOW (2017), acrylic medium and pigment, 17x48x3 in.
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