Maggie Nowinski

3 Clark Lane
Easthampton, MA

(413) 539-7894


Maggie Nowinski is an interdisciplinary visual artist and arts educator who lives and works in Western Massachusetts. Her work frequently takes the form of installation combining traditional and new media along with found objects and performative processes.


Westfield State University, Westfield MA 2009-2011 – current
Adjunct instructor – Design Fundamentals, Art Survey I
Manchester Community College, Manchester CT 2008-2011 current
Adjunct Instructor – Drawing I-IV, Modern Art History
Elms College – Chicopee MA – 2008-2011
Adjunct Instructor – Introduction to the Arts, Special Topics in Art: Personal Visual Language and Cultural Contexts (studio/lecture courses incorporating introductions to drawing, painting, design and sculpture processes)
Snow Farm New England Craft Program, Williamsburg, MA 2007-2009
Instructor – Drawing and Color, Guest Artist Workshop
Greenfield Community College, Greenfield Ma
Teaching Assistant to Professor Budge Hyde – Painting I-III, Arts Seminar
Greenfield Middle School, Greenfield Ma
After school arts instructor, emphasis on experimentation and collaboration.


2007 Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts, Vermont College of Fine Arts, Montpelier, VT
1997 Bachelor of Fine Arts, State University of New York, New Paltz, NY
1995 University of Connecticut Study Abroad Program, Florence, Italy
1995 Fortman Interntional School of Art, Florence, Italy


2011 Harbor Arts Boston (TBA), Boston, MA
2010 Amherst Biennial, Amherst, MA
2010 Pleasant Street Industrious, Easthampton City Arts, Easthampton Ma
2010 Reflections, Easthampton, MA collaboration with Burns Maxey
2010 H2o Exhibition, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, Salt Lake City , Utah

2010 Moving in Place: Conversations in location and physical geography collaboration with Burns Maxey
MOBIUS, Boston, MA
2009 FILTHY, Studio 34, Philadelphia, PA
2009 Film One Fest, One Minute Film Festival, Atlantic Highlands, NJ
2009 The Politics of Shoes video/performance collaboration with Burns Maxey, at MOBIUS, Boston, MA
2009 The Video Show Juried International Video Show Raritan Valley Community College, NJ
2008 Feeding the Beast: Faculty Art Exhibition Manchester Community College, CT
2008 Project Intersect: Old Town Hall, Linkage, Work collaborative site-specific project: three installations Easthampton, MA
2008 Cover Me, Hamden Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
2007 Re:Sourcing: Sustainable Art Practices, curated by Abby Sadauckus and Merideth Alex, Water fall Art Center, Belfast, ME
2007 Swinging Back and Forth: MFA Thesis Exhibition, Wood Art Gallery, Montpelier,VT
2006 Child’s Play, curated by JC Sawyer Student Union Gallery, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
2006 Group Invitational, Island Arts, Newport, RI
2006 Windows Art Project, Easthampton, MA
2005/2009 Works on Paper, Northampton Center for the Arts, Northampton, MA
2005 Anti-Inaugural Ball, Acme Arts, Chicago, IL
2003 Would Wood, New City Art Gallery, Easthampton, MA
2000 Group Exhibition, Out of the Blue Gallery, Cambridge, MA


2011 Seeking SoTriBecHo: Drawings, The Room, NY, NY
2010 Swallowed, Hampden Gallery University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
2009 Mixed Meanings, Mixed Media, Borgia Gallery, Elms College MA
2008 Frequency Vertebrae: Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, Elusie Gallery, Easthampton, MA
2007 Peel Paintings, Open Space Gallery, Paragon Arts and Industries, Easthampton, MA
2007 Recent Work, Manhan Gallery, Easthampton, MA
2005 Eyecons, Last Minute Gallery, Northampton, MA
2001 You – Mixed Media Portraits, A.P.E. Gallery, Northampton, MA
2000 Abstractions and Universal Portraits, Flywheel, Easthampton, MA
1999 Recent Portraits, Pahana Gallery, Northampton, MA


2010 Springfield Republican Response to Swallowed, Amherst Biennial 2010 (
2010 ArtsScope New England’s Culture Magazine Review for Amherst Biennial 2010
2010 Daily Hampshire Gazette on Reflections “Mapping the Local” (
2010 Springfield Republican on Reflections (
2010 Preview Massachusetts Magazine, on Swallowed by Jillian Fink
2010 The Valley Advocate, Swallowed by Tom Sturm
2010 The Daily Collegian University of Massachusetts
2010 Visiting Artist Lecturer UMASS Amherst, Art in Cross Cultural Contexts: On Swallowed
2010 Hampden Gallery UMASS Artist Lecture on Swallowed
2010 Easthampton Cultural Council Grant Recipient for Reflections with Burns Maxey
2009 Philadelphia Citypaper interview/review for FILTHY
2009 Interview: Swallowed
2009 Spotlight: Mixed Signals Valley Advocate review of Frequency Vertebrae
2009 Artist Talk at Borgia Gallery, Elms College
2009 Panel discussion The Video Show, RVCC, New Jersey
2008 Easthampton Cultural Council Grant recipient for Project Intersect
2008 Valley Free Radio interviews on MO Radio FM 103.3
2008 Review of Cover Me The Valley Advocate
2007 Watershed Magazine
2004 Vermont Studio Center artists residency
2001 Bravo Arts Journal: Spotlight – Art and Music of Maggie Nowinski

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