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Our SMFA community includes faculty, staff, students, and alumni who are accomplished working artists, scholars, researchers, and activists. Below is a running listing of some of their many recent exhibitions, awards, publications, and other notable accomplishments.

Professor of the Practice Rachelle Mozman Solano’s film All These Things I Carry with Me was selected by the Toronto International Women Festival and the Berlin International Art Festival.

Professor of the Practice Guadalupe Maravilla has an exhibition on view at the Brooklyn Museum through September 18. Entitled Guadalupe Maravilla: Tierra Blanca Joven, the exhibition draws on the artist's personal story of migration, illness, and recovery, and centers the need for care and healing, particularly for the undocumented and cancer communities of which Maravilla is a part.

Professor of the Practice Guadalupe Maravilla has work on view at MoMA as part of their Collections 1970s-Present Galleries through September 30. This gallery entitled Luz y fuerza features works inspired by Mesoamerican myths and Salvadoran traditions. The sculptures are made from natural materials and ready-made objects selected for their therapeutic, historical, symbolic, and aesthetic properties. 

As the inaugural residents of the Pauli Murray Residency at the Eaton House in Washington D.C., Professors of Practice Danielle Abrams and Mary Ellen Strom are installing Watermark, an exhibition at STABLE Arts in Washington D.C. through May 14. 

Professor of the Practice Tanya Crane is participating in an exhibition entitled CRAFT DESERT presents SMALL ACTS: The Craft of Subversion taking place at the City Gallery at San Diego City College through April 13. The exhibition brings together artists and craftspeople currently working in the United States and Canada, whose work explores the subversive nature of craft.

Lecturer Maya Erdelyi has a solo show of new works on paper called ODE at the Mayor’s Gallery at Boston's City Hall on view through April 15.

Rights Along the Shore, an exhibition on view at Boston Center for the Arts through May 28 by Professors of the Practice Danielle Abrams and Mary Ellen Strom, proposes a reconsideration of segregated swimming sites in Northern and Southern US locations, specifically the social transformation and social costs ignited by the NAACP-organized “wade-in” resistance at South Boston’s Carson Beach in the summer of 1975. Rights Along the Shore will also be on view as a temporary public artwork being developed to take place at Carson Beach in South Boston in Spring 2022.

Professor of the Practice Ethan Murrow's solo show Magic Bridge at Winston Wachter Fine Art in New York City runs through April 30. Continuing a love affair with plants, gardens, the surreal, and the absurd, the exhibition will also feature a new site specific 14 x 22 foot mural.

Julia Csekö, MFA ’13, has a solo exhibition entitled Speaking Truth to Power at Montserrat College of Art in Beverly through May 15.

Art as Healing: Resilience in Multiple Truths, a collaborative zine featuring artworks, comics, and writing by Maxine Bell, Aidan Sky Chang, Amy Chu, Luna Doherty-Ryoke, Maria Fong, Hannah Kim, Quin Luong, John McKean, Ava Sakamoto, Priya Skelly, Kelly Tan, Martina Tan, Khanh Keith Truong, Angela Wei, Asuka Ohsawa, and Jean Wu was recently acquired by the New York Center for Book Arts, John M. Flaxman Library at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Fleet Library at Rhode Island School of Design, and Cynthia Sear’s Artists’ Book Collection at the Bainbridge Island Museum. The publishing project was made possible by the generous support from the Daynard Microgrants for Racial Justice.

Professor of the Practice Guadalupe Maravilla has been invited by the Queens Museum to be a Co-Thinker as part of their Year of Uncertainty initiative. As one of twelve artists, designers, scientists, writers, architects, and activists, Maravilla will share his expertise and knowledge, working with staff across departments and the stakeholders of the museum to reconsider its pedagogy and infrastructure.