Fellows Notes is a monthly listing of the latest news from awardees in our Artist Fellowships Program.
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Clint Baclawski (Photography Fellow ’19) and Daniela Rivera (Painting Fellow ’20, ’12) are among the artists exhibiting in Chromatic Visions at Praise Shadows in Brookline (9/7-9/30).
Karl Baden (Photography Fellow ’99), Rebecca Doughty (Painting Finalist ’10), Stephen Sheffield (Photography Finalist ’15), Leslie Sills (Crafts Fellow ’95), and Sarah Wentworth (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Finalist ’11) are among the artists in the multimedia exhibition GAZE at Storefront Art Project in Watertown (9/10-10/22).
Matthew Gamber (Photography Finalist ’11), Cristi Rinklin (Painting Fellow ’16, Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’10), and Leslie Schomp (Drawing & Printmaking Finalist ’22) are among the artists exhibiting in AFTERIMAGE: 2022 Visual Arts Faculty at the College of the Holy Cross Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery in Worcester (9/12-10/22).
Jennifer Jean (Poetry Finalist ’22), Danielle Legros Georges (Poetry Fellow ’22, ’14), and Karen Skolfield (Poetry Fellow ’14) are among the participants in the Tell It Slant Poetry Festival in Amherst (9/19-9/25).
Jesse Kreitzer (Film & Video Finalist ’11) and James Rutenbeck (Film & Video Finalist ’19, ’11, ’01) are among the filmmakers receiving support from the recently announced LEF New England Moving Image Awards.
Clint Baclawski (Photography Fellow ’19) has a solo exhibition, Departure, at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery in Boston (9/2-10/16). As mentioned above, he also has work in the group exhibition Chromatic Visions at Praise Shadows in Brookline (9/7-9/30).
Rebecca Doughty (Painting Finalist ’10) has collages on view in Eyes, Noses, Mouths at The Schoolhouse Gallery in Provincetown (9/2-10/2). As mentioned above, she is among artists exhibiting in GAZE at Storefront Art Project in Watertown (9/10-10/22).
Madge Evers (Photography Finalist ’21) has work in the group exhibition Innate at the Becket Arts Center in the Berkshires (thru 9/12).
Samantha Fields (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Fellow ’11) joins Angela Drakeford for a two-person exhibit, What our hands taught us at Ishibashi Gallery, Middlesex School in Concord (9/6-10/28). Samantha also has a new project, the cloth collaborative studio and workshop in Hyde Park.
Barbara Grad (Painting Fellow ’96) has a digital catalog, Evocations of Light, by LewAllen Galleries in Santa Fe.
Nona Hershey‘s (Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’04) art inspired John Harbison to compose the quartet Gallery Visit, which has its world premiere at the Token Creek Chamber Music Festival in Madison, WI (9/7, including a conversation between the artist and the composer). Nona Hershey also has work on view at Art on Paper New York, through Dolan Maxwell (9/8-9/11).
Janet Loren Hill (Sculpture/Installation/New Genres Finalist ’19) is exhibiting in SPRING/BREAK Art Show NYC (9/7-9/12).
Louise LaPlante (Drawing & Printmaking Finalist ’04) has a solo exhibition, Looking Back Now, at Laconia Gallery in Boston (9/2-10/16). She also has work in The Summer Show at Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, NY (thru 9/25).
Zhonghe (Elena) Li (Traditional Arts Finalist ’22) received a Cambridge Arts Council grant and will offer three workshops at Cambridge Community TV in September. She also has an exhibition, The Art of Living Together at Mass Audubon Habitat Education Center and Wildlife Sanctuary in Belmont (9/1–9/29).
Congratulations to Steve Locke (Photography Finalist ’17, Painting Finalist ’14), who was named 2022 Rappaport Prize artist by the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.
Holly Lynton‘s (Photography Fellow ’13) debut photography book Bare Handed is now available from L’Artiere Edizioni.
Julie Mallozzi (Film & Video Finalist ’15) was selected as a LEF/CIFF Fellow to attend the Camden International Film Festival and connect with other filmmakers/industry leaders.
Judy McKie (Crafts Fellow ’80) received a 2022 Gold Medal for Consummate Craftsmanship Recipient from the American Crafts Council.
Stelvyn Mirabal (Traditional Arts Mentor Artist ’23) has work featured in the Dominican Carnaval Costume Exhibit at Buttonwoods Museum in Haverhill (9/16-10/15).
Wilhelm Neusser (Painting Finalist ’22, ’20) has work in Art on Paper – New York City through Abigail Ogilvy Gallery (9/8-9/11). Boston Globe critic Cate McQuaid praised Wilhelm Neusser’s work in Field Visions at the Faye G., Jo, and James Stone Gallery at Boston University.
Lisa Olivieri (Film & Video Finalist ’09) screens the first hour of her film-in-progress Recovery City at the Watertown Public Library (9/10, 2 PM).
Bob Oppenheim (Painting Fellow ’14, ’04) has a solo exhibition, Variants, at Howard Yezerski Gallery in Boston (9/9-10/22).
Cristi Rinklin (Painting Fellow ’16, Drawing & Printmaking Fellow ’10), along with exhibiting in AFTERIMAGE: 2022 Visual Arts Faculty at the College of the Holy Cross Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery in Worcester (9/12-10/22), has work on view at Michele Mercaldo Jewelry in Boston.
James Rutenbeck‘s (Film & Video Finalist ’19, ’11, ’01) documentary A Reckoning in Boston is screening in the Metcalf Auditorium of the RISD Museum of Art (9/19, 7 PM ET), with Q&A. As mentioned above, the filmmaker recent received funding through the LEF New England Moving Image Awards.
Leslie Sills (Crafts Fellow ’95) had a painting selected for The Figure in a Landscape at the historic home of Judith Sargent Murray in Gloucester (thru 9/30). She also has work in Gaze at Storefront Art Projects in Watertown (9/10-10/22).
Peter Snoad‘s (Dramatic Writing Fellow ’09) play Going Wild, is one of three finalists in the New Play Festival of Centre Stage in Greenville, SC, and will receive a staged reading at the festival (9/28-10/1). Break A Leg Productions will present another staged reading of the play at the Bloomington Library in NY (11/12).