Alumni news

Hewnoaks alumni are out in the world doing amazing things! We’ll keep a running list here. To see alumni news from 2018 and before, click here.

(If you are a past participant in our program, please drop us a line so we can celebrate what you’ve been doing.)

January, 2020

Erin Dorneys “QUESTION THE BODY”, created during her 2019 Hewnoaks residency, will be featured at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art as part of their “SCREEN” series of video work by artists with a connection to Maine. March 7 – June 7.

Elaine Ng has work at Interloc Projects in Rockland from January 18 – February 29, in a show called OVER/UNDER.

Meghan Brady releases her new book of paintings, which contains essays by Jenna Crowder, Anna Hepler, and Matt Phillips. Saturday February 1, 4-6 pm @bettyforevermaine in Camden, Maine

Nat Baldwin will release his newest album at SPACE on February 6, which includes songs he worked on at Hewnoaks last summer. Also on the bill is avant performance and sound artist Lauren Tosswill.

Chris Patch curated “Happy Agitation” at Able Baker Contemporary in Portland, running January 31 – March 15, 2020.

Maureen Stanton‘s essay, “Through a Glass, Tearfully,” was published in Longreads in January 2020.

Bess Weldon will present a reading of her play MERGIRL SAVES THE WAVES, a feminist, environmentalist adaptation of The Little Mermaid, with A Company of Girls at the Portland Ballet Studio Theater the weekend of March 20-22.

Thalassa Raasch and Pamela Moulton received Kindling Fund grants from SPACE Gallery for 2020.

To see 2019 alumni news, click here.

To see alumni news from 2018 and before, click here.

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