Artist News | August 2019
CORE ARTIST NEWS
Brenda Cirioni has work in “Summer Potpourri” at Three Stones Gallery at 115 Commonwealth Ave., Concord, MA. The exhibition runs
June 16 - August 3, 2019.
Cirioni also has work in the Fitchburg Art Museum's “84th Regional Exhibition of Art and Craft,” 185 Elm St., Fitchburg, MA. The exhibition runs June 21- September 1, 2019.
Marie Craig has received First Prize for her installation Natural Consequences in “Marking Territory: Art on the Trails” at Beals' Preserve, in Southborough, MA. The exhibition runs from June 13 - September 22.
Tatiana Flis has work in “Fine Points” at Bristol Art Museum located at 10 Wardwell Street, Bristol, RI. The exhibition is on view July 26–September 1. The exhibition showcases drawing as the medium and is curated by artist Kendra Ferreira and features regional artists.
Flis and fellow Core Member Rebecca Skinner, along with Associate Member Susan Emmerson also have an exhibition titled "Perspectives" on view at The Morini Gallery at Mass Music and Arts Society, 377 North Main Street, Mansfield, MA from July 12- August 25.
Kay Hartung has work in “Spectrum” at University Place Gallery, 124 Mt. Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA. The exhibition runs July 9-Aug. 24.
Mary Marley’s acrylic painting, Evacuate, was accepted into the Massachusetts Chapter of The National Association of Women Artists show “Extremes and In-Betweens” at Rocky Neck Art Colony, Main and Lower Gallery, 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester, MA. The show runs from August 1 - September 1.
Iris Osterman has work in the “84th Regional Exhibition of Art and Craft” at the Fitchburg Art Museum, 185 Elm St, Fitchburg, MA. The exhibition runs June 21 - Sept. 1. Osterman received the Saara Parker Painting Prize for her painting titled Tidal Pool.
Allison Maria Rodriguez has work in “Contours of Meaning,” an exhibition comprised of site-specific installations that revisit and recontextualize objects that reflect personal practices, narratives and histories. Mills Gallery at the Boston Center for the Arts from August 8 - October 6 with an opening reception on Thursday, August 8, from 6-9pm.
Rodriguez has a two-person exhibit, "Personal Ecologies: Yuko Oda and Allison Maria Rodriguez," at the Hynes Convention Center from April 25 - August 29. Both artists create works inspired by intensely personal experiences contextualized in explorations of the natural environment. Curated by Caitlin Foley.
Rodriguez will have video sculpture in "Networked", a group exhibition by SciArt Center at The Nook Gallery , located in the Beacon Arts Building in Inglewood, CA from July 13 - August 29. The exhibition explores the concept of networks that connect us across scales, geographies and time. The opening reception is July 14 from 2:30-5:00pm.
Rodriguez has work in “The Cube Art Project,” a curated public art exhibition of digital art, moving images, and animations from around the world, screened on the City of Lincoln’s 750 sq. ft. outdoor LED screen, for a full year from Oct 2018 - Oct 2019. The exhibition is located at The Railyard on 350 Canopy Street in Lincoln Nebraska.
Alexandra Rozenman has work in “The Waste Land on Earth?” at The Crossings Gallery of Harvard Ed Portal: 224 Western Ave, Allston, MA. The exhibition runs from August 7- August 30 with an opening reception on August 8, 5-8pm.
Sylvia Vander Sluis has work in the 10th annual juried exhibition, “New England Collective X,” at Galatea Fine Art, 460 Harrison Ave, #B-6, Boston MA. The exhibition runs from July 31 - September 1 with an opening reception on August 2, from 6-8pm.
Vander Sluis has work in “Please Touch the Art,” an exhibit at the Mosesian Art Center in Watertown, MA from May 23 – September 6. Vander Sluis is one of five members of the Surface Design Association’s MA/RI chapter who have collaborated on a 15-foot wide, fiber-art work titled Out for a Walk.
Vander Sluis also has work in “Unconventional,” a juried exhibit at the Davis Art Gallery in the Printers Building, 44 Portland Street, Worcester MA. The show will run June 7-August 16, 2019.
Marcia Wise has work in the exhibition “Two Views of Chroma” at Endicott College, Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts, Beverly, MA. June 24 - September 27. Gallery director, Kathleen J. Moore selected artists’ work from the SoWa Artists’ Guild to exhibit a variety of media artworks of high or low “chroma” (color). Reception: Wed., September 11, 5-7pm.
Wise has work in The Paula Estey Gallery at Newburyport, MA and in The Gallery at PortSide Waterfront Kitchen & Bar, 175 Bride Road, Salisbury, MA. June 2019 - Ongoing. The gallery at PortSide Waterfront Kitchen & Bar was installed by Paula Estey. Hours: 11:30am - 1:00am daily.
Wise also has work at Newbury Court in Concord, MA at 100 Newbury Court, Concord. The exhibit, which opened on June 24, will run through September 25, 2019.
ASSOCIATE ARTIST NEWS
Linda DeStefano Brown has work in Art in the Hall, Hudson Town Hall, 78 Main Street, Hudson MA. Hours are weekdays from 8 am to 4:30 pm. The exhibit, “In My Neighborhood,” is on display from May 30 - August 1, 2019.
Feldman is running the Artist Loft on the Mariner Ship of the Oceania Cruise Line to the Baltics and Norway July 11 – August 4, 2019.
Brigid McGivern has work in “CONstitution” at the Con Artist Gallery at 329 Broome Street, New York, New York. The exhibition runs July 4 - August 1 with a closing reception on August 1 at 4pm.
Anne Sargent Walker
Anne Sargent Walker has work at Harmon Gallery, 95 Commercial Street, Wellfleet, MA through October.
ANNEX ARTIST NEWS
Damon Campagna will be showing in “MassArt Masters Thesis Exhibition” at the Boston Sculptors Gallery. 486 Harrison Avenue, Boston, from July 17 to August 11, 2019. The exhibition features work from the 2019 graduates of MassArt’s MFA program.
Ponnapa Prakkamakul was awarded the David Bethuel Jamieson Artist Residency at the C-Scape Dune Shack, Provincetown, MA. The Residency runs from August 3-23 and can be visited through the National Park Service's walking tour.
Prakkamakul has work in the “Outside the Lines” exhibition at Post Office Gallery in Provincetown, MA. The exhibition runs July 21 - August 11.
Prakkamakul has work in the 10th annual juried exhibition, “New England Collective X” at Galatea Fine Art, Boston MA. The exhibition runs from July 31 - September 1 with an opening reception on August 2, from 6-8pm.
Prakkamakul has work in “Chaos and Order” at Post Office Gallery in Provincetown, MA. The exhibition runs from August 18 - September 15 with an opening reception on August 18 from 2-4pm.
Prakkamakul has work in “Impact Color Black & White” at The Art Center Highland Park in Illinois. The exhibition runs from August 9 to October 2 with an opening reception on August 29, from 5.30-7.30pm.
Prakkamakul was awarded Residence Lab's artist-in-residence at the Pao Art Center, Boston MA. The residency runs June 7 to August 23. She will be working with local residents in Boston's Chinatown to transform a vacant plot near Chinatown Gate into a pop-up community park.
Prakkamakul has work in the “Please Touch the Art” exhibition at Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA. The exhibition runs May 23- September 6.