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Marilyn Arsem receives Artist Fellowship Award from City of Boston

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October, 2017

Marilyn Arsem was selected as one of the City of Boston’s five inaugural Artist Fellows. The Artist Fellowship Award includes a prize of $10,000, the opportunity to collaborate with the City of Boston on a public display of work, and professional development support over the course of the next year.

https://www.boston.gov/news/recipients-boston-cultural-council-artist-fellowship-award-announced

Tracing Shadows

thirty minute performance by Marilyn Arsem Performance Art Laboratory Project Festival Hong Kong, China
April 2014

Photo by Dominic Thorpe

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Marilyn Arsem : Recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council 2017 Artist Fellowship in Sculpture/Installation/New Genres

Announcement : January 30, 2017

Mobius Artist Marilyn Arsem

Recipient of a Massachusetts Cultural Council 2017 Artist Fellowship in Sculpture/Installation/New Genres

The Massachusetts Cultural Council is honored to announce the 2017 Artist Fellowship awards in Crafts, Dramatic Writing, and Sculpture/Installation/New Genres. Sixteen artists will receive fellowships of $12,000, and 16 artists will receive $1,000 finalist awards. See a list of this year’s fellows and finalists, to date.

The awards are anonymously judged, based solely on the artistic quality and creative ability of the work submitted. Applications were open to all eligible Massachusetts artists. A total number of 561 applications were received; 141 in Crafts, 135 in Dramatic Writing, and 285 in Sculpture/Installation/New Genres.

photo credit: Mark Solinsky : February 18, 2016: 100 Ways to Consider Time, Day 99: Salt

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Boston Foundation awards Brother Thomas Fellowship 2015, to Mobius Artist Sandrine Schaefer

"Mobius Artist, Sandrine Schaefer was named 1 of 10 local artists as a 2015 Brother Thomas Fellow through The Boston Foundation. The Brother Thomas Fund honors the life of Brother Thomas Bezanson, a Benedictine monk and ceramist whose work can be found in scores of museums nationwide.

The award is not tied to any particular project and designed to assist mid-career artists to evolve their practices.  Working with a site-sensitive approach, Sandrine plans to use the funds for travel opportunities to make new work."