• Fraction Magazine - Issue 97 April 2017

    Fraction Magazine - Issue 97 April 2017

    My project, From the Inside Looking Out, is featured in Fraction Magazine's current April issue...a perfect way to welcome Spring amidst all this gloomy New England weather! 

    "Leave your favorite spring idiom at home, we are charging out of March with some momentum! I'm very excited to present work from Tami Bahat, Joanne Leah, Brittany Marcoux, and Emma Powell and Kirsten Hoving. I was drawn to these portfolios for each artist's careful construction of the frame and her ability to create a focused body of work through staging and experimentation. As a unit, I find that these bodies of work compliment each other, and I appreciate the careful curation of tone and color that is at times explosive and at others restrained." - Bree Lamb, Assisant Editor

    Check out Issue 97 here!

  • 2017 Sidney Zuber Photography Award - Honorable Mention!

    2017 Sidney Zuber Photography Award - Honorable Mention!

    Excited to share that I received a 2017 Zuber INFOCUS Photography Award Honorable Mention for The Shore Project! Congrats to all the honorable mention artists and a big congrats to Julie Anand & Damon Sauer for winning the award! Thank you to the jurors: Becky Sanff, Mark Klett, and Russel Lord for including me in this mix of talented artists!

    More info about the artists and the Zuber Award

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    "In December, 45 LA billboards have been transformed into public art spaces with works from emerging and established artists including Paul McCarthy and Alex Prager.  The Billboard Creative connects artists with mass audiences on the streets of LA, and bringing art into the daily routines of tens of thousands of Angelenos."

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    Brittany Marcoux and Diana Jean Puglisi will be speaking about their collaboration project, Out of Context, in 'Ideas' from 2:00-3:30pm.

    The 3rd annual New England Graduate Media Symposium is themed Assembling Bodies: Exchanges in Collaboration and will showcase projects that explore collaboration as a subject.  We invite graduates from a range of disciplines to present work and engage in panel discussions surrounding collaborative methods of artistic production that raise questions about process, community engagement, agency, authorship and conflict.  Our objective is to challenge how we think about various models and theoretical frameworks relating to collaboration and to create the opportunity for new approaches to be shared with a larger community.