Sascha Braunig is currently in NYC involved in the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program in Brooklyn until August.  

She also has a show, 'Shivers', at Moma PS1, up until March 5th.


Adriane Herman has two shows in NYC at the moment:

Five inlaid burnishing clay panels from the series "Finish Lines" in a group exhibition at Pleiades Gallery, 530 West 25th Street, 4th floor, reception  this Saturday, January 7th from 3-6 pm, up until January 21. 

3 "Freeing Throw Pillows" in a group show "Endless Biennial," at Blackburn 20/20 gallery, 323 West 39th Street, 5th Floor. up through January 11.







Greta Bank was selected as one of ten artists in the country to receive an Emerging Artist Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation.

Mike Marks, a member of Pickwick Independent Press, received a 2015 Emerging Artist Award from the St. Botolph Club Foundation.

Clint Fulkerson recently installed a percent for art commissioned sculpture on the USM Gorham campus.

Adriane Herman has a public radio story about her  "Freeing Throwers" Project, which was on public buses in Kansas City from April through November, here:


June 12-19: Cobi Moules
Cobi Moules is a painter based in Brooklyn, NY. His intricately made oil paintings use the tradition of Hudson River School landscape painting to explore themes of transgender identity. His time in the studio building will be on the heels of a trip to Acadia National Park, where he is photographing the landscape for future paintings in his ongoing series Bois Just Wanna Have FunCobi will give an artist talk in the SPACE Annex on Thursday, June 16 at 5:30 PM. 

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Follow Cobi: @cobimoules

June 20-29: Jessica Lynne
Jessica Lynne is a Brooklyn-based writer and arts administrator, and the co-editor of Arts.Black, a journal of arts criticism from Black perspectives. Jessica's time here will focus on her ongoing art criticism work. Stay tuned for details on a possible workshop event. Jessica will give an artist talk in the SPACE annex on Wednesday, June 22 at 5:30 PM.

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Follow Jess: @lynne.bias


July 18-31: Tim Fite
Tim Fite is a musician and artist who has been called a "cultural gadfly" by the New York Times and "ferally original" by the New Yorker. He recently performed at SPACE in March, and his residency will be spent working on printmaking projects in Pickwick Independent Press. More details on Tim programming TBD.

Follow Tim: @timfite


August 8-20: Iyabo Boyd

Iyabo Boyd is a producer and filmmaker living in New York City. Her recent short film, Forever Ally, follows exchanges between a gay black man, Ronaldo, and his recently deceased cat named Ally. Iyabo's time here will be devoted to developing and practicing the script of her newest film project. Details on programming TBD.

Follow Iyabo: @cohearts