Mary Sherman founded TransCultural Exchange in 1989 to create art projects that transcend social, political, geographical and historical barriers. She has received numerous grants and awards, the most recent of which is a Fulbright Senior Specialist Grant, and has served as an artist in residence at such institutions as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). She also teaches at Boston College and Northeastern University, is the former Associate Director of MIT's Program in Art, Culture and Technology and has been invited to talk about contemporary art as a guest speaker, visiting lecturer and critic at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design; the University of Chicago; and the National Taiwan Museum of Arts, among others. In addition, she has published numerous articles on the visual arts in national and international publications and worked as the art critic for the Chicago Sun-Times and as a columnist for WBUR. As an artist, her works have been exhibited widely both in the U.S. and abroad, including at Harvard University; the Trans Hudson Gallery, NY; the Oskar Friedl Gallery, Chicago; Zendai MoMA, Shanghai; Kwanhoon Gallery, Seoul; the London Biennale and the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei. She also has curated shows throughout the world, two of which received awards from the northeast chapter of the International Art Critics Association.
International Art Residencies and Symposia
A Panel Discussion
Saturday October 15th, 2011, 2-4pm in The Derryfield School’s Lyceum
2108 River Road Manchester NH 03304 USA
Individual artists with international experiences will share images of their work and discuss the experience of living in a unique environment and creating work in situ in a foreign country. Directors of International programs will introduce their programs and philosophic goals.
Open to the public.
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