Nature Nourishes – Hartford ARtSpace through August 28th.

Posted August 23, 2011

Read review of Nature Nourishes exhibition in the Hartford Guardian.

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Moving in Place: Conversations in location and physical geography

Posted August 5, 2010

Moving in Place: Conversations in location and physical geography: is an evening of off-site works-in-progress by two artist teams:

Reflections

Reflections is a sound and video installation by Maggie Nowinski and Burns Maxey. The project maps the city of Easthampton, MA, through a series of constructed conversations between selected community members created from interviews taken by the artists. The work also tracks the interviewees daily lives through photographs, and includes correspondence between the two artists via postcards. The Mobius exhibit is a preliminary showing of Reflections. A complete site-specific exhibition will be held in the Fall of 2010 in Easthampton, MA, and will also incorporate photographs, objects, and text. The final exhibition is supported in part by a grant from the Easthampton Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Fri Aug 13, 2010Sat Aug 14, 2010

8pm both evenings. $10/$8 FOM

@ Mobius
725 Harrison Avenue, Suite One
Boston MA 02118

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Moving in Place: Conversations in location and physical geography

Posted July 31, 2010

‘Moving in Place: Conversations in location and physical geography: is an evening of off-site works-in-progress by two artist teams:

‘Reflections is a sound and video installation by Maggie Nowinski and Burns Maxey. The project maps the city of Easthampton, MA, through a series of constructed conversations between selected community members created from interviews taken by the artists.

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Swallowed

Posted January 22, 2010

On view at the Hampden Gallery at the University of Massachusetts through February 23rd 2010.

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FILTHY Studio 34 Philadelphia

Posted August 10, 2009

http://criticalmass.blogs.citypaper.net/blogs/mu/2009/08/11/paper-or-plastic-a-qa-with-two-filthy-artists/

http://filthyartshow.blogspot.com/

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One Minute Film Fest screens “Call the President” July 19th

Posted July 21, 2009

www.filmonefest.org — Atlantic Highlands New Jersey

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The Politics of Shoes

Posted May 26, 2009

Group show at Mobius Boston featuring a video installation in collaboration with Burns Maxey. Memorial Day weekend. Show closes

May 27.  www.mobius.org/mobius_home.php

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Mixed Media, Mixed Meanings ELMS COLLEGE Borgia Gallery February 24th — April 4th (opening Tuesday, 24th 4-6pm)

Posted February 18, 2009

Maggie Nowinski is a contemporary artist whose works over the past 5 years have encompassed a variety of themes and media. Her interdisciplinary approach informs her work from a variety of perspectives. For many years she identified herself as a mixed media painter, but eventually her work started to become more integrated with space and sound. This show represents the transitional period from painting, to works that began to incorporate the environment, installation and some current works in progress. 

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Easthampton City Arts

Posted January 11, 2009

A sampling of paintings from 2005-2008. Up through Febuary 11th. Easthampton City Arts, Old Town Hall Main St.

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Project Intersect: Work

Posted December 5, 2008

Saturday December 13th, 5-8, Paragon Arts and Industry The third in a series of three historically inspired, site-specific, multi-media installations. Bottom floor of the building. All ages encouraged. Audio-video installation addressing notions of work, industry, the rail road and Easthampton.  Sponsored in part by a grant from the Eastampton Cultural Council.

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