Fine Arts

Peltz’ work featured in two exhibitions

Daniel Peltz’ (Professor, Film Animation Video) multi-year artistic research project, Performing Labour, is featured in two ongoing exhibitions: ‘Performing Labour’ at the Norrköpings Konstmuseum in Sweden, curated by Helena Scragg, and ‘Give It Time’ at Galleri F15 in Moss, Norway, curated by Stephen Knott. The exhibition in Norrköping was accompanied by a new hour-long performance […]

Taylor at the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art

Chris Taylor (Senior Critic, Glass) is current featured in a new group exhibition at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum (258 Main Street, Ridgefield) the exhibition is entitled, Handheld, and it explores the contemporary meaning of touch by charting artists’, designers’, and makers’ various responses to objects scaled to the hand. Including works by Alma Allen, Aldo Bakker, […]

Horenstein Premiers New Film

Henry Horenstein (Professor, Photography) recently premiered his new film, Partners, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Partners, is a documentary film incorporating clips from 13 interviews with couples who discuss how they met and how their relationships work. Some of the relationships captured here are fairly conventional, while others are wildly unorthodox. But these couples share […]

Adimando Exhibition, Severe Solitude, at Steel House Projects

Johnny Adimando (Critic, Printmaking) has a solo-exhibition of new works on paper at Steel House Projects (711 Main Street) in Rockland, ME. Severe Solitude, features works from a new and on-going series that focuses on alternative plating techniques for the creation of intaglio-based prints. Themes in the work range from alchemy, ancient astronaut theory, prehistoric life, space […]

Tiller’s Feature Debut Premieres at SFFILM

Denali Tiller (Critic, Film Animation Video) and Andrew Freiband (Assistant Professor, Film Animation Video) were in San Fransisco for the world premiere of Tiller’s debut feature documentary, Tre Maison Dasan, which was selected for documentary competition in the San Francisco International Film Festival. Freiband was also the film’s Executive Producer, as well as adviser to […]

Heyman Paper Screens at Cade Tompkins Projects

Daniel Heyman (Senior Critic, Printmaking) will be showing two large paper screens, one folding and one wall mounted, at Cade Tompkins Projects (198 Hope Street, Providence) as part of a group exhibition which runs from 21 March to 28th April 2018. The two prints were created at the Awagami Paper Factory in Tokushima, Japan, where […]

Packer New Solo Exhibit ‘Tenderheaded’

Jennifer Packer (Assistant Professor, Painting) will open a new solo exhibition ‘Tenderheaded‘ at Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum (415 South Street, Waltham, MA). The exhibition will open on 2nd March and run through to the 8th July 2018. Based in observation, improvisation, and memory, Packer presents paintings of funerary bouquets and intimate portraits. Pointing to possibilities […]

Babcock Reaches Watershed in Pawtucket

May Babcock (Critic, Printmaking) recently completed at exhibition, Blackstone Watershed: A Exhibition in Handmade Paper, at Machines with Magnets (400 Main Street, Pawtucket). Babcock explains that her most recent work is rooted in hand papermaking processes. Blackstone Watershed is a new body of work in response to the nearby Blackstone River, its industrial textile history, plant ecologies, and […]

Lieu Wins MCC Artist Fellowship

Clara Lieu (Critic, Experimental and Foundation Studies) has been awarded a $12,000 Artist Fellowship in Drawing/Printmaking from the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC). The fellowships recognize exceptional work by Massachusetts artists across a range of disciplines and catalyze artistic advancement, paving the way for creative innovation of enduring cultural value.