Category Archives: SACI Alumni Exhibitions & Projects

SACI Alumni Exhibitions & Projects

Hana Sackler (video still)

SACI MFA in Photography Graduate Alumni, Ana Lía Orézzoli and Hana Sackler, exhibiting in Italy and Germany

SACI MFA in Photography Graduate Alumni, Ana Lía Orézzoli and Hana Sackler, exhibiting in Livorno, Italy and Berlin, Germany – both opening June 23.

Hana Sackler (video still)

SACI MFA in Photography Graduate Alumni, Ana Lía Orézzoli and Hana Sackler, exhibiting in Italy and Germany

SACI MFA in Photography Graduate Alumni, Ana Lía Orézzoli and Hana Sackler, exhibiting in Livorno, Italy and Berlin, Germany – both opening June 23.

RYAN WARD “Regular Everyday-Sized Monuments” in the SACI Gallery through June 23, 2017

Through June 23, you can still catch Regular Everyday-Sized Monuments, an exhibition of mixed-media paintings by SACI Alum (2004) and Marywood University faculty member, Ryan Ward.

RYAN WARD “Regular Everyday-Sized Monuments” in the SACI Gallery through June 23, 2017

Through June 23, you can still catch Regular Everyday-Sized Monuments, an exhibition of mixed-media paintings by SACI Alum (2004) and Marywood University faculty member, Ryan Ward.

Exhibition by SACI Alum, Macey Ley, at Rialto Center for the Arts in Atlanta, Reception: June 1

Well-Fed Endorsements of the Uncanny Macey Ley with Tom Francis Exhibition Dates: May 3 to June 23, 2017 A series of paintings by two Atlanta-based artists whose bold work aims to dazzle the senses and provoke thoughtful consideration of the unseen.

Exhibition by SACI Alum, Macey Ley, at Rialto Center for the Arts in Atlanta, Reception: June 1

Well-Fed Endorsements of the Uncanny Macey Ley with Tom Francis Exhibition Dates: May 3 to June 23, 2017 A series of paintings by two Atlanta-based artists whose bold work aims to dazzle the senses and provoke thoughtful consideration of the unseen.

SACI Alumna, Resa Blatman, Shows Site-Specific Installation About President

Pretty Sad, 2017 acrylic on cut paper; fake flowers site-specific: ca. 84h x 55w x 3d inches   “Pretty Sad” #RESIST / Nave Gallery Annex 53 Chester Street, Somerville, MA April 27 – May 27 Now on view at #RESIST /

SACI Alumna, Resa Blatman, Shows Site-Specific Installation About President

Pretty Sad, 2017 acrylic on cut paper; fake flowers site-specific: ca. 84h x 55w x 3d inches   “Pretty Sad” #RESIST / Nave Gallery Annex 53 Chester Street, Somerville, MA April 27 – May 27 Now on view at #RESIST /

Changing Minds about Climate Change: SACI Alumna, Zaria Forman, Featured in PBS Articulate Series

WATCH: Changing Minds about Climate Change Artist Zaria Forman, SACI Spring 2004 Alumna, was recently featured in “Changing Minds about Climate Change,” an Articulate episode on PBS. Her work, large pastel drawings of glaciers and icebergs in Antarctica, explores some of the world’s

Changing Minds about Climate Change: SACI Alumna, Zaria Forman, Featured in PBS Articulate Series

WATCH: Changing Minds about Climate Change Artist Zaria Forman, SACI Spring 2004 Alumna, was recently featured in “Changing Minds about Climate Change,” an Articulate episode on PBS. Her work, large pastel drawings of glaciers and icebergs in Antarctica, explores some of the world’s

SACI Alum, Evan Morse, Receives Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship

Sculptor, Evan Morse (SACI, Spring 2008) was recently named a recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship.

SACI Alum, Evan Morse, Receives Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship

Sculptor, Evan Morse (SACI, Spring 2008) was recently named a recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship.

SACI Alumna, Terry Dwan, Talks About the Art of Designing Wood for RIVA 1920

Californian born, Italian by adoption, architect and designer Terry Dwan (SACI Alumna, 1978-79) started her fruitful cooperation with Riva 1920 in 1999 designing some of the best sellers of the whole collection using scented cedar, Kauri, and reclaimed wood. Read

SACI Alumna, Terry Dwan, Talks About the Art of Designing Wood for RIVA 1920

Californian born, Italian by adoption, architect and designer Terry Dwan (SACI Alumna, 1978-79) started her fruitful cooperation with Riva 1920 in 1999 designing some of the best sellers of the whole collection using scented cedar, Kauri, and reclaimed wood. Read

SACI Alumna Reed Hudson (Fall 2015-Spring 2016) Lands Internship at the Vatican Museums

Shortly after completing SACI’s Post-Bac in Conservation Program, SACI alumna Reed Hudson (Fall 2015-Spring 2016) landed an important internship at the Vatican Museums in Rome. During the 6-month internship with the Polymateric Conservation Lab, Reed is working on a small gilded and

SACI Alumna Reed Hudson (Fall 2015-Spring 2016) Lands Internship at the Vatican Museums

Shortly after completing SACI’s Post-Bac in Conservation Program, SACI alumna Reed Hudson (Fall 2015-Spring 2016) landed an important internship at the Vatican Museums in Rome. During the 6-month internship with the Polymateric Conservation Lab, Reed is working on a small gilded and

Misty Gamble Exhibits 10-year Retrospective at Leedy-Voulkos Art Center Through April 1, 2017

MISTY GAMBLE Decade: Selected Works from 2006 – 2016 January 6 – April 1, 2017 Decade: Selected Works from 2006 – 2016, an exhibition of ceramic sculpture by SACI Artist-in-Residence (Late Spring 2016) Misty Gamble, is a three-month retrospective on display during First

Misty Gamble Exhibits 10-year Retrospective at Leedy-Voulkos Art Center Through April 1, 2017

MISTY GAMBLE Decade: Selected Works from 2006 – 2016 January 6 – April 1, 2017 Decade: Selected Works from 2006 – 2016, an exhibition of ceramic sculpture by SACI Artist-in-Residence (Late Spring 2016) Misty Gamble, is a three-month retrospective on display during First

Four SACI Alumni exhibit at Elzay Gallery of Art, Ohio Northern University through February 17, 2017

In Lacuna, SACI Alumni Molly Di Grazia, Christina Gednalske, Emily Jay, and Radha Rose Tague play within the gap that is inherent to living in a culture that is not your own. The four artists met in Italy, and their artistic practices all examine the ambiguity of living between Italian and American cultures.

Four SACI Alumni exhibit at Elzay Gallery of Art, Ohio Northern University through February 17, 2017

In Lacuna, SACI Alumni Molly Di Grazia, Christina Gednalske, Emily Jay, and Radha Rose Tague play within the gap that is inherent to living in a culture that is not your own. The four artists met in Italy, and their artistic practices all examine the ambiguity of living between Italian and American cultures.

Year in Review: Best of 2016 at SACI

Happy New Year from SACI! Welcome to 2017! 2016 was a great year at SACI. If you missed any of the highlights from the past 12 months, here is a re-cap of our biggest events and news items. 2016 brought two wonderful figures

Year in Review: Best of 2016 at SACI

Happy New Year from SACI! Welcome to 2017! 2016 was a great year at SACI. If you missed any of the highlights from the past 12 months, here is a re-cap of our biggest events and news items. 2016 brought two wonderful figures

Hana Sackler, SACI Alum ’16, exhibits in “MAPPING: a collective view on identity / society / territory,” opening December 8, 2016 at Lato Prato

MAPPING: a collective view on identity / society / territory December 8, 2016 – January 8, 2017 Lato Prato – Prato, Italy Hana Sackler (SACI Alum, MFA in Photography ’16), is one of three artists featured in “Mapping: a collective

Hana Sackler, SACI Alum ’16, exhibits in “MAPPING: a collective view on identity / society / territory,” opening December 8, 2016 at Lato Prato

MAPPING: a collective view on identity / society / territory December 8, 2016 – January 8, 2017 Lato Prato – Prato, Italy Hana Sackler (SACI Alum, MFA in Photography ’16), is one of three artists featured in “Mapping: a collective