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Grants and Residencies
2021 Berkshire Taconic Foundation Artist's Resource Trust Grant
2017 Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Individual Support Grant
1995 & 1989 Greenfield Arts Funding Commission
1985 Residency, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
1984-1985 Residency, Cummington Community for the Arts, MA
2023 LAVA Center, Greenfield MA
Private Contingencies, solo installation
2020 New York Studio School and Friends,
virtual show curated by Judy Rifka
2020 Artspace Maynard, Maynard MA
Energy, juried show
2019 Augusta Savage Gallery, University of Massachusetts,
Games of Chance, 2 person show
2019 ECA Gallery, Easthampton MA-
Random Elements in Search of An Event, solo show.
2019 Ely Center for Contemporary Art, New Haven CT-
Ear to The Ground, juried show.
2018 Flourish Gallery, Turners Falls, MA-
Luminous Explorations, two person show.
2015 Central Booking, NYC, NY-
Going Big, group show.
2014 ArtBank, South Deerfield MA -
Works on Paper, juried show.
2010 Eastworks, Easthampton MA-
Artist Organized Art, group show
2007 Susan Berry Taylor Studio, Brattleboro, VT
2007 State House, Boston MA,
Office of Sen. Rosenberg- solo show
2006 JMcGrath Gallery, Wilmington, VT-
2004 Battelle Harding Gallery, Greenfield, MA-solo show
2003 Battelle Harding Gallery, Greenfield MA,-group show
1995 Greenfield Community College, Greenfield, MA-solo show
1990 The Bookmill, Montague MA- solo show
1990 Greenfield Public Library, Greenfield, MA- solo show
1989 Greenfield Public Library, Greenfield, MA- solo show
1985 The Wood Gallery, Montpelier Vermont- group show
The Massachusetts Review, Winter 2017, Daily Tangles
The Recorder, Greenfield MA, January 11, 2007 Work Defies, Yet Embraces, Reality
The Recorder, Greenfield MA, April 1, 2004 Battelle Harding Gallery Ready for Final Exhibit
Selected Readings, Talks and Performances
2017 Art Salon, Double Edge Theatre, Ashfield MA
2004 Poet’s Seat Poetry Contest, Greenfield, MA, finalist
2003 Lupine Festival, Sugar Hill, NH.
2000 Greenfield Community College
1999 Hartford First Night 2000
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, non-degree curriculum
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA. BA History