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February Artist Updates

February Artist Updates

A glimpse into what our past and present Creative Entrepreneur Fellows and Walter Feldman Fellows have been working on.

Photo Credits: Daniel Callahan



Daniel Callahan’s (CEF ‘21) film Come On In has been picked up for distribution by Gravitas Ventures and will be released on February 8.



Photo Credits: Julia Csekö



Julia Csekö (WFF ‘16) is currently an artist in residence at Sculpture Space in Utica taking part in their winter cohort. She is also presenting a solo show at Montserrat College of Art titled Speaking Truth to Power, featuring paintings that utilize excerpts from referential women writers and thinkers.


Photo Credits: 2016 Katherine Mitchell DiRico



Katherine Mitchell DiRico (WFF ‘18) has an upcoming solo exhibition I’ll believe in anything for a while on display at Praise Shadows Art Gallery in Brookline.





Beatrice Greene’s (CEF ’19) piece titled “Illegal Abortion, 1972” will be published in Writers without Margins: A Journal of Poetry & Prose, Volume VII this March. Later this spring, another poem of hers, “Remember,” will be a part of an outdoor installation at Brookline Riverway Park created by The Time Project for Studios Without Walls.


Photo Credits: Colgan B. Johnson for the Haymarket People’s Fund


Colgan B. Johnson (CEF ‘20) is currently working on a project to engage Roxbury elders through storytelling. Their stories will be paired with a public art piece by Ana Torres. In April, Colgan will take part in Cambridge College’s exhibit Good Trouble by Violence Transformed, showcasing art from several Boston-based artists. In addition, Colgan’s image “Black Power Goddess” was selected by the Haymarket People’s Fund for their 2022 calendar.




Photo Credits: Nygel Jones C-Shaped (combine) 2021 stained pinewood

Nygel Jones (CEF ‘22) is presenting a show entitled Xtension featuring his acrylic paintings on self-constructed abstract wooden panels and frames. On view until March 27 at Beacon Street Gallery.




Photo Credits: Almitra Stanley

Marla Mcleod’s (WFF ‘21) paintings, textiles, and garments are on display through March 17 as part of her show Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood, at the Essex Art Center in Lawrence, MA. Her show is the largest solo exhibition to take place at the venue and is co-curated by 2017 Feldman Fellow Gabriel Sosa and presented as the culmination of Marla’s Fellowship.


Photo Credits: Pao Arts Center



Yuko Okabe’s (WFF ‘22) show Intergenerational Storytelling is on view until March 25 at the Pao Arts Center Boston.




Photo Credits: Helina Metaferia, Generations


Maria Servellon’s (CEF ‘20) work is on display at Somerville’s Nave Gallery as part of the From the Inside Out exhibition open now through February 27. This exhibition focuses on new perspectives that developed in response to the COVID pandemic and how this change has affected the artists’ work and lifestyle. She also collaborated with artist Helina Metafaia, who used Maria’s likeness in a piece, Generations currently on display at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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