Posts filed under: Shows and Exhibitions

I am dressed in white in a small space defined by tall white curtains. Through the fluttering part between linen panels, I make eye contact with a man, and he enters the space. “Would you like to receive a blessing?”...
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I had a wonderful time at the Supernova Performance Art Festival in Rosslyn, VA this past weekend. It inspired me, affirmed my practice, and gave me new friends and new things to think about. I owe the festival a huge...
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“My Hard Live Post-Circus Project” at Studio Soto, Boston MA January 18, 2013 I was one of nine visual artists in My Hard Live Post-Circus Project, a performance art show at Studio Soto in Boston last weekend. I presented Blessings,...
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I was delighted to be mentioned in a Boston Globe review of the Part Avion Project! I was so honored last year when project coordinator Ann Forbush invited me to be one of 25 artists from Boston to participate in...
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Transatlantic Fun•O•Pack The Transatlantic Fun•O•Pack is a project created by John Schulz (SMFA) and John Brown (Edinburgh College of Art) who were inspired by Marcel Duchamp’s Box in a Valise. They invited artists in Boston and Edinburgh to create two...
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Join me June 11, 4-6 p.m., for the opening reception of this year’s annual MGNE member’s open exhibition. The Monotype Guild of New England is a non-profit organization that connects artists who create one-of-a-kind prints. The show will be on...
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You’re Invited June 7th, 6-8 pm, at the Bunker Hill Community College Art Gallery for the opening reception of That’s so Gay, a group exhibition of Boston-area GLBT artists whose work in various media explores the Gay Liberation movement, politics,...
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This weekend is your last chance to see Fear and Trembling in the expressions show, a MGNE member’s juried exhibition at Zullo Gallery in Medfield, MA. The piece won the third place award and had a featured spot on materials...
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If you live in Arlingon, MA and you read the local paper, the Arlingon Advocate, then hopefully you noticed something on the left side of the front page! I am so excited and honored to have my work featured in...
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13 Forest Gallery in Arlington, MA presents It Gets Better / Make it Better, a group show juried by Paula Tognarelli, Executive Director of the Griffin Museum in Winchester. The show presents work by nine artists from across the country....
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