artist in residence

February 12, 2024 by Sarah
Meet The Umbrella’s newest Artist-in-Residence, Catherine LeComte Lecce, a Boston-based visual artist who explores familial relationships, motherhood, and personal experiences through photography, mixed media, and installation. During her residency, Lecce plans to utilize photography and a gel image transfer process, crafting a series of glass works that delve... Keep Reading »
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Artist Jasmine Chen in her studio at The Umbrella
December 11, 2023 by Stewart Ikeda
Jasmine Chen is The Umbrella's Fall 2023 Artist-in-Residence. A visual artist originally from Beijing, China, she is currently based in Boston. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Danforth Art Museum and has been exhibited there and at Matter and Light Fine Art, the Jackson Homestead Museum, and elsewhere. It was also featured in a solo exhibit at the... Keep Reading »
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May 2, 2022 by Stewart Ikeda
In recognition of Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, The Umbrella Arts Center is pleased to share materials from a presentation last month by our 2021-2022 Artist in Residence Sally Lee.A Boston-based installation artist from Arkansas, Lee is currently an adjunct professor at Northeastern University, teaches at the New Art Center, is a Ceramic Studio Assistant at... Keep Reading »
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March 28, 2016 by Jess
-written by The Umbrella's 2015-2106 Artist-in-Residence, Sarah FaganLast week, I gave my second community presentation as Artist In Residence at the Umbrella. I shared some of my favorite contemporary artists working in the trend of archiving and cataloguing -- artists that make use of found daily objects, detritus, or other "readymades" such as sounds, memories, or... Keep Reading »
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October 27, 2015 by Jess
written by Sarah Fagan, 2015-2016 Artist-in-ResidenceA few weeks back, I was at the opening of a show featuring work by myself and two fellow artists who happened to be women. We were all asked if our work sprung necessarily from the feminine, or domestic, experience. My fellow artists mused about their mothers, about the way the home was kept growing up. Eyes... Keep Reading »
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