Laurel Nakadate had work included in the Houston Center for Photography group show Keeper of the Hearth: Picturing Roland Barthes' Unseen Photograph.
Eva Lundsager, has work included in the exhibition David C. Driskell's Students at the David C. Driskell Center for the Study of Visual Arts & Culture of African Americans & the African Diaspora, at the University of Maryland. Dr. Driskell was an artist and historian who pioneered the study of African American Art and its history.
Alum Brooke Stewart, MFA '18, has created a series of prints that were on display at the Boston Distillery Gallery. Inspired by grocery displays during time spent in grocery stores since the onset of the pandemic, the series of 23 prints, titled No Potatoes, suggests metaphors to other topics, such as femininity, dating and sexuality.
Laurel Nakadate has work included in the group exhibition Never Done: 100 Years of Women in Politics and Beyond at the Tang Museum. This show is on view through June 6.
SMFA alum Andy Pepper, PB '16, has started a podcast called Artist's Looking at Animals, an audio journal of creative people's thoughts on a changing world. Episodes one through six are now live and feature conversations with several SMFA community members including: Ethan Murrow, professor of the practice, featured in Episode 2: "Sheep", alum Allison Maria Rodriguez, PB '06, MFA '10, featured in Episode 03: "Thylacine", Kendall Reiss, professor of the practice, featured in Episode 04: "Whale", and Mima McMillan, interim director, post-baccalaureate program, featured in Episode 05: "White Stag".