Hewnoaks alumni are out in the world doing amazing things! We’ll keep a running list here. To see alumni news from 2020 click here, or from 2019 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.) February – … Continue reading Alumni news
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The 2019 Wild Light Art Exhibition will showcase new and original artwork …
December, 2019 Oliver posted a new video, The Museum: Desktop Museum Sandell Morse published Transit Camp: Myths and Realities of Prague’s Lost Jews with Concordia College’s journal Ascent. Julie Poitras Santos launched a new project in Sweden: Walking the forest imaginary: a breath between us , a site-specific audio artwork that invites the audience to walk into the forest imaginary populated by things magical and … Continue reading Alumni news, 2019 and before
The Chart published this interview: Floating Through Silence and Noise: Anna Hepler & Jon Calame’s “Trespasses”
In June, MIT Climate posted the following interview with Hewnoaks alumnus Shoshannah White, whose Chattermark project was installed around Portland, Maine in 2017.
We have a report for our 2018 season available to view here as a downloadable pdf.
At the October, 2018 Alliance of Artist Communities Emerging Program Institute (for new residency programs and folks considering starting programs), Hewnoaks director Nat May and colleague Linda Earle discussed considering equity in the artist selection process.
On Indigenous People’s Day, we’d like to acknowledge the history of the land of Hewnoaks. The app “Native Land” (and corresponding website native-land.ca) shows what indigenous territories and languages might have and still do exist around North America. Here’s a partial history of the Fryeburg area