Back to school! Scantron days, #2 pencil nights. Here’s a knapsack’s-worth of news from MCC’s past Artist Fellows/Finalists.
Andrew Mowbray, Cristi Rinklin, Deb Todd Wheeler, and Joe Wardwell join Dana Clancy, Audrey Goldstein, John Guthrie, and curator Resa Blatman for the exhibition Forecasted: Eight Artists Explore the Nature of Climate Change at Northeastern University’s Gallery 360 (10/1-11/5, opening reception 10/9).
Elizabeth Alexander was voted Boston’s Best Artist by the Improper Bostonian, and her work is in the group exhibition State of the Art at Crystal Bridge Museum of American Art in Arkansas (9/13-1/19/15), featuring over 100 contemporary artists “informed by the past, innovating with materials old and new, and engaging deeply with issues relevant to our times.”
Christy Georg has work in the group exhibition Tools at Axle Contemporary in Santa Fe in September 2014. She was invited to a residency at De Fabriek in Eindhoven, the Netherlands in the spring of 2015.
Joel Janowitz has work in the group show Singularity: The Unique Print at the University Gallery at UMASS Lowell (9/3-9/30). He’ll give a talk, Singular and Generative: The Monotype Process 9/18, 3 PM, at the O’Leary Library, reception to follow at the gallery. He’s also participating in the South End Open Studios (9/20-9/21).
Suzanne Matson‘s story, Your Best Yet, appeared in Harvard Review 45. Her story, Pie, is a new Ploughshares Solo, available as a Kindle Single. These new works are part of a collection of linked stories in progress.
Nathalie Miebach‘s Three Pieces is at Miller Yezerski Gallery in Boston (9/5-9/30). She also has a solo exhibition, The Weather is Turning Weird, at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, GA (9/16-1/4/15). She’ll be part of Sound / Sculpture at the Bowling Green State Willard Wankelman Gallery in Ohio (9/9-10/25). She’s part of the group exhibition State of the Art at Crystal Bridge Museum of American Art in Arkansas (9/13-1/19/15).
Lynne Potts‘ book Porthole View, which was awarded the book prize by National Poetry Review Press has just been released. A second book, Mame, Sol, and Dog Bark is forthcoming from the same press.
Deb Todd Wheeler‘s solo exhibition … in the atmospheres will be at Miller Yezerski Gallery 9/5-10/21, opening reception 9/5, 6-8 PM. She’s also in the group show Forecaster: Eight Artists Explore the Nature of Climate Change at Northeastern University’s Gallery 360 (10/1-11/5, opening reception 10/9) and will have work in Walden, revisted at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (10/31-4/26).
Evan Ziporyn has performances at Intersection in Toronto (9/5-9/7), including a special performance of In My Mind and In My Car, created with Christine Southworth. Read more about that project on ArtSake.
Image: painting by Liza Bingham, exhibiting this month at room83Spring in Watertown.