Lecturer Glenna Lang recently published Jane Jacobs's First City: Learning from Scranton PA. This book reveals how writer Jane Jacobs's hometown of Scranton, Pennsylvania influenced many of her ideas.
Professor of the Practice Mags Harries and Interim Associate Director of Graduate Programs Kenson Truong, MFA '18, will be a part of the Boston Sculptors Gallery's ALight on MARS exhibition. The exhibition's opening reception is Saturday, October 2 from 6-8:30 pm at the Manship Query in Gloucester. More information can be found here and more information on the artists can be found here.
Marlon Forrester, BFA ‘08, is one of two 2021 recipients of the Cantabrigia Award which provides editorial and design support to realize proposed publication projects. Forrester's proposed publication If Black Saints Could Fly 23 explores ideas of transformation and ritual as it continues Forrester's ongoing artistic interventions around the meditation of the Black male figure in the Americas.
Professor of the Practice Danielle Abrams' article They Gave Us a Beach: The memory of a Black beach on Lake Pontchartrain has been published in the Fall 2021 issue of 64 Parishes, a project of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.
Marla McLeod, MFA '20, is featured in We the People (Our Love Will See Us Through), a solo exhibition at the Kniznick Gallery at Brandeis University that touches on the diversity of McLeod’s practice, juxtaposing larger-than-life portrait painting with handmade textiles and garments.
The exhibition (Re)Sisters: Speaking Up, Speaking Out at the Brickbottom Gallery in Somerville is curated by MAT Program Lecturer Pamela Bower-Basso and Caitlin Doering, BA '07, and includes work by Thalia Berard, MFA '19, Willoughby Lucas Hastings, MFA '19, and Azita Moradkhani, MAT '13 and MFA '15. This exhibition is meant to bring attention to the recent resurgence in feminist art and its connection to activism and politics.
Professor of the Practice Ethan Murrow's solo show Pollen Song opened at Galerie les Filles du Calvaire in Paris on September 4. It includes 16 new drawings exploring agricultural fragility and fantasies. Arts in the City Magazine (Paris) described the show as "spicy like a rosebush, invigorating like photosynthesis."
Lecturer Anthony Hamboussi is participating in the Dos Mundos: (Re)Constructing Narratives exhibition through October 16 at the SUNY Stony Brook University Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery. Dos Mundos: (Re)Constructing Narratives features twelve artists that center stories at the fringe of public attention.