EMERGE 2020: GRADUATING FINE ART STUDENTS OF NEW ENGLAND

On View: June 11–July 31, 2020

Gallery 263 is pleased to announce EMERGE 2020: Graduating Fine Art Students of New England, a regional juried exhibition. This online show features the work of twenty artists who are graduating or expected to graduate from a New England-based fine arts program during this unprecedented time. Celebrating artistic innovation and thoughtful production, this exhibition features a range of media, including video, sound, painting, sculpture, and photography. This show was juried by the staff and board of Gallery 263.

Banner Image: “A Womb” by Neetu Singhal

Sale of Work

If you are interested in supporting these artists during this challenging time, please inquire with the artists directly through the contact information associated with each piece.

Gallery 263 does not require a percentage of the sale, but a small donation from the artist is encouraged. As a small nonprofit art space, we depend on our communities’ support to keep our programs running, our staff supported, and our mission-driven impact flourishing.

Featured Artists

Ben Carroll

Massachusetts College of Art & Design, BFA

ben@benphotographs.com

www.bencarrollphotographs.com

Camilla Kathleen Campos Maloney

Massachusetts College of Art & Design, BFA

camillamaloney27@gmail.com

Chantel Gushue

Massachusetts College of Art & Design, MFA

chantel@ishy.ca

www.chantelgushue.ca

Chelsey Becker

School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, MFA

chelsey.becker@tufts.edu

www.chelseybecker.com

Devin Wilson

Boston University, BFA

devinwilsonart@gmail.com

Drew Dodge

Rhode Island School of Design, BFA

ddodge01@risd.edu

Chubby Bunny Recital, multimedia (MPEG-4 movie), 4min 20sec, $1920

Julian Parikh

Boston University, MFA

jpparikh@bu.edu

https://julianparikh.com/

Eight Months // One Minute, Video

Karli Tucker

School of the Museum of Fine Art at Tufts University, MFA

karlijanellart@gmail.com

www.karlijanell.com

Laia Sancho-Rosi

Smith College, BA

lbsr15@gmail.com

Marcelina Roszkowski

Massachusetts College of Art & Design, BFA

maroszkowski@massart.edu

behance.net/maroszkowski

Marla McLeod*

School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, MFA

*McLeod’s paintings are on view through Gallery 263’s windows until July 5.

marla.mcleod@tufts.edu

www.marlamcleod.com

Mia Fabrizio

School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, MFA

miafabrizio.artist@gmail.com

www.miafabrizio.com

Micaela Nee

Brandeis University, BA

micaelanee@brandeis.edu

Moriah Faith

Lesley University, BFA

orders@moriahfaith.com

www.moriahfaith.com

Neetu Singhal

Massachusetts College of Art & Design, MFA

nsinghal@massart.edu

Olivia James

Boston University, BFA

livijames1@gmail.com

Theodore Golden

Hamilton College, BA

tgoldenartist@gmail.com

www.tgoldenart.com

Zoila Coc-Chang

Brandeis University, BA

zoilacocchang13@gmail.com

www.zoilacoc-chang.com

Exhibitions Manger, Douglas Breault, hosts a conversation about art making during COVID-19 with Mia Fabrizio, Neetu Singhal, Karli Tucker, Moriah Faith & Julia Parikh.

Marla McLeod, interdicisplinary artist & recent graduate of SMFA at Tufts University MFA, dicusses her creative process and work during COVID-19. Her work can be seen online at the EMERGE 2020 Exhibition and displayed in the windows of Gallery 263 from June 1 – August 2020.

Gallery 263 advances the artistic endeavors of makers and performers, while fostering public engagement, enrichment, and exchange. Functioning as a creative nexus, Gallery 263 provides a contemporary voice for the arts in Cambridge and our regional communities.

Gallery 263 exhibits are free and open to the public.