Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
Learn about the Mass Cultural Council Artist Fellows in Photography and Sculpture/Installation/New Genres exhibition, now on view at New Art Center in Newton (thru 12/2).
Caleb Cole, Judy Haberl, Steve Locke, Greg Mencoff, and Janice Redman all have work in the exhibition Speak, Object at the Suffolk University Gallery (11/16-1/16, reception and gallery talk 11/30, 5:30-7:30 PM).
Patrick Donnelly and Karen Skolfield both have poetry in the most recent issue of Waxwing.
Nicole Duennebier, Asia Kepka, Rachel Mello, Kenji Nakayama, Mary O’Malley, and Nina Wishnok are all exhibiting in Plenty 2017 at 13Forest Gallery (11/18-1/13).
Congratulations to Maya Erdelyi, Patrick Gabridge, Regie Gibson, Evelyn Rydz, and Yu Wen-Wu who were among this year’s Brother Thomas Fellows from the Boston Foundation.
Marky Kauffmann and Rania Matar are both exhibiting in Outspoken: Seven Women Photographers, at Pine Manor College Hess Gallery (11/4-2/10, opening reception 11/10, 6-8 PM). Marky Kauffmann also curated the show.
Alexandra Anthony‘s film Lost in the Bewilderness was broadcast on Greek TV (the 2nd of 3 broadcasts) late this summer. It will be part of a presentation at the Modern Greek Studies Association International Symposium (11/3) in New Jersey.
John Canaday was interviewed by Mass Poetry about his new book Critical Assembly.
Mira Cantor has a solo exhibit, Erratics, at Kingston Gallery (thru 11/26).
Kim Carlino has a solo show, Visions of a Fragmented Landscape, part II at the Deerfield Academy Von Auersperg Gallery (11/2-12/15, opening reception 10/5). Read about a Milton Bradley-inspired mural the artist recently created in the Springfield Central Cultural District.
David Daniel reads from his new poetry collection Ornaments in the Blacksmith House Poetry Series (11/6, 8 PM).
Georgie Friedman has a new public art video installation, Sea Like a Mirror, in the exhibition Of Land and Local at Burlington City Arts in VT (thru 1/7). The artist’s work Eye of the Storm, V2 is part of the Geneva International Film Festival in Switzerland (11/3-11/11).
Carrie Gustafson will be among the artists and artisans participating in Greylocks WORKS 2017 Festive! event in North Adams (11/18).
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).
Ann Kim is premiering Lovesick, the documentary she co-directed with Priya Giri Desai, as part of Doc NYC. It screens at Cinépolis Chelsea (11/15, 7:30 PM) and again at the IFC Center (11/16, 12:45 PM).
Ellen LeBow has a solo exhibition, Wellfleetians 1970s-2017 at Wellfleet Preservation Hall (thru 1/3).
Emily Lombardo has a solo show, Life Lines, at A R E A Gallery in Cambridge (thru 12/2).
Caitlin McCarthy‘s screenplay Wonder Drug was a semifinalist for the 2017 Academy Nicholl Competition.
Mary Bucci McCoy has a solo exhibition, By Way of Blue, at the Glen Urquhart School Johnson Gallery in Beverly (thru 12/15).
Anne Neely has a solo exhibition, Hidden in Plain Sight, curated by Sarah Sze, at Cue Art Foundation in New York City (11/2-12/16, opening reception 11/2, 6-8 PM).
Dean Nimmer curated and is exhibiting in Uncommon Goods – String Holders, at the Race Street Gallery in Holyoke (11/18-12/17, opening reception 11/18, 5-8 PM). 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.
Bob Oppenheim has a solo show, Splitz, at Howard Yezerski Gallery (thru 11/14, opening reception 11/3, 5:30-8 PM).
Dave Ortega has completed the fourth issue of his comic Dias de Consuelo as well as a new zine, Dichos 2. Both works will officially debut at Comic Arts Brooklyn (11/11).
Amy Podmore is in the three-person show Border Realms at Room83 Spring in Watertown (11/11-12/23, reception 11/11 4-6 PM).
Monica Raymond‘s short play At St. Wilding’s will have a reading as part of a program of new short plays at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education’s Spiegel Auditorium (11/18, 7 PM).
Jay Rogers has a solo exhibition, Fantasy Architecture: Sculptural Boxes by Jay Rogers, at The Society of Arts + Crafts (thru 1/6/2018).
Jo Ann Rothschild is exhibiting in The Immediacy of Abstraction at Art Complex in Duxbury (11/12-2/18, reception 11/12, 1:30-3:30 PM).
Evelyn Rydz, along with winning a Brother Thomas Fellowship (see above), has work at the Henricks Art Wall, in the new Science and Engineering Complex at Tufts University. Her ongoing project Salty> Sour Seas at the ICA’s Art Lab (through 3/11).
Pat Shannon has work in the 25th Drawing Show, The Gig Economy: Depictions of Life and Responses to Work in the Digital Bazaar at the Boston Center for the Arts Mills Gallery (thru 1/7).
Tracy Heather Strain‘s Lorraine Hansberry documentary Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart has its New York City premiere as part of Doc NYC (School of Visual Arts Theatre, 11/11, 11:30 AM).
Mara Superior has an exhibition, Porcelain Stories, at Gravers Lane Gallery in Philadelphia (thru 11/20, reception 11/12, 1-4 PM).
Naoe Suzuki has a solo exhibition, Dreamcatchers, at the Cambridge School of Weston art gallery (thru 12/20, gallery talk 11/18, 1-2 PM). The exhibition marks the final step of a three-part project stemming from her artist residency at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. Also, her ongoing project and participatory installation Flow is included in Of Land and Local at Burlington City Arts in VT (thru 1/7).
Nora Valdez has a solo exhibition, Immigration Nation II, at Boston Sculptors Gallery (11/8-12/10, opening reception 11/10, 6-8 PM).
Read past Fellows Notes. If you’re a past fellow/finalist with news, let us know.
Image: installation view of SEA LIKE A MIRROR by Georgie Friedman.
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