Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
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Chavi Bansal (Choreography Fellow ’22), Ian Berg (Choreography Fellow ’20), and Deborah Goffe (Choreography Fellow ’16) are among the dance artists featured in New England Now Dance Platform at the Institute of Contemporary Arts/Boston (3/18-3/20).
Rebecca Doughty (Painting Finalist ’10), Andrea Sherrill Evans (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’12), Candice Smith Corby (Painting Fellow ’08), and Helena Wurzel (Painting Finalist ’16, ’10) are among the artists in Vignettes at Drive-By Projects (thru 3/26).
Audrey Goldstein (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Finalist ’83), Michelle Samour (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’22) and Julia Shepley (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’95) exhibit in Material Drawing Redux at the Piano Craft Gallery (3/4-3/27). A panel discussion with the artists takes place 3/15, 6:30 PM ET.
Linda Bond (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’13) has work in the online exhibition We the People hosted by The Puffin Cultural Forum and Protest Signs at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (thru 4/1).
Cheryl Clark Vermeulen (Poetry Finalist ’10) is publishing a new poetry book, They Can Take It Out, which is available for pre-order.
Caleb Cole (Photography Fellow ’15) is a finalist in the 96th Annual International Competition Solo Exhibition at The Print Center in Philadelphia and is exhibiting there (thru 3/12).
Ryan Edwards and Jeremy Stewart (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellows ’21) of MASARY Studios present the multimedia performance Hybrid Agencies at Boston Science Museum (3/16-3/17).
Jared Katsiane (Film & Video Fellow ’15) has a solo exhibition, Live the Magic: a true story, at the Roxbury Branch of the Boston Public Library (thru 4/29). The exhibition highlights one block in Roxbury through photos, text, and music.
Lisa Kessler (Photography Fellow ’11, ’05) has a solo exhibition of photographs, Heart in the Wound, at Howard Yezerski Gallery (thru 3/26). She joins activist Kathy Dwyer and S. Billie Mandle (Photography Fellow ’19) for a related discussion, Images as Action and Discussion, at More Than Words Bookstore in Boston (3/26, 1 PM ET).
Colleen Kiely (Painting Fellow ’98) has multiple exhibitions at Cove Street Arts in Portland, ME (3/17-4/9) and work in On the Edge at the University of New Hampshire Museum of Art (thru 4/2). The artist will have a month-long residency at the Pouch Cove Foundation.
Greg Lam‘s (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’19) Clauder Competition-winning play Last Ship to Proxima Centauri is performed at Portland Stage Company in Maine (3/2-3/20).
Zhonghe (Elena) Li (Traditional Arts Finalist ’22) has an exhibit of her papercuts and paintings, The Art of Living Together on display at the Watertown Library and will lead a papercutting workshop (3/26, 2:30-4:30 PM ET).
Frannie Lindsay‘s (Poetry Fellow ’06) poem The Rabbits of Upland Road is featured in Mass Poetry’s The Hard Work of Hope project.
Yary Livan (Traditional Arts Fellow ’12) is featured in the documentary Khmer Traditional Ceramic Artist by filmmaker Vibol Sungkriem. The film premiered in February at Middlesex Community College Academic Arts Center.
Kristina Madsen (Crafts Fellow ’15) was named a Fellow of the Council by the American Craft Council.
Rania Matar (Photography Fellow ’21, ’11, ’07) received the Leica Women Foto Project Award for her new project Where Do I Go and will exhibit in Leica Women Foto Project: The Bind of Humanity at Fotografiska New York (3/8-4/10).
Adam Mazo and Ben Pender-Cudlip‘s (Film & Video Fellows ’21) films Dawnland and Bounty have an online screening in celebration of International Women’s Day (3/9, 7 PM ET, w/q&a).
Caitlin McCarthy‘s (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’21) screenplay A Native Land is a Semifinalist in the Final Draft Big Break competition.
Charlotte Meehan‘s (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’21) play Everyday Life and Other Odds and Ends has its world premiere at ArtsEmerson (3/12-3/27).
Claudia Olds Goldie (Crafts Finalist ’17) has a solo exhibition, Letting Go, at Boston Sculptors Gallery (thru 3/27).
Mary O’Malley (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’06) has work in the Enormous Tiny Art Show at Nahcotta Gallery in Portsmouth, NH.
Marilyn Pappas (Crafts Fellow ’07, ’97, ’81) has a solo exhibition, Marilyn Pappas: A Retrospective at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton (thru 8/28).
Soumya Rajaram (Traditional Arts Finalist ’22, ’20, ’18, ’16) performs Transcendence as part of Dance Saturdays at the Jose Mateo Ballet theater (3/12).
Zach Sheets (Music Composition Fellow ’21) has several events this month as part of his group Duo Axis with Wei-Han Wu: Virtual Q&A/Meet the Artists (3/15, 7 PM ET, RSVP for zoom link); Duo Axis in Recital (in-person) at Brown University (3/16, 7:30 PM ET); John Kleshinski Concert Series, in-person with online broadcast, Allen Hall at Community Music Center of Boston (3/17, 7 PM ET).
Julia Shepley (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’95), along with exhibiting in Material Drawing Redux at the Piano Craft Gallery (3/4-3/27), has a solo exhibition, Carry, at Boston Sculptors Gallery (3/30-5/1).
Michael Zelehoski (Painting Fellow ’10) has a solo exhibition, Social Fabric, at Backslash Gallery in Paris (thru 4/23).
Image: from EVERYDAY LIFE AND OTHER ODDS AND ENDS by Charlotte Meehan (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’21), world premiere at ArtsEmerson in March.