August 2012

new. (now). 

Introducing the 2012 Hamiltonian Fellows

Hamiltonian Gallery’s six new, distinguished fellows make their debut in the annual group exhibition new. (now). The gallery is thrilled to introduce:

  • Milana Braslavsky (MFA, University of Pennsylvania)
  • Annette Isham (MFA, American University)
  • Amy Boone-McCreesh (MFA, Towson University)
  • Billy Friebele (MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art)
  • Timothy Thompson (MFA, Maryland Institute College of Art)
  • Jerry Truong (MFA, University of California, San Diego)   

The 2012 Hamiltonian Fellows were selected from a pool of over 160 promising artists who applied to the fellowship program this year.  The fellows were selected by an external review panel comprised of six acclaimed art professionals, and were evaluated on criteria including artistic merit, relevance to today's art world, and the candidate's potential to thrive within the program.  The gallery would like to express its sincere thanks to the panelists for their generosity and enthusiastic support of this endeavor:

  • Doreen Bolger - Executive Director, Baltimore Museum of Art
  • Zoe Charlton - Visual Artist, Co-Director of MFA Program, American University
  • Katherine Mann - Visual Artist, Hamiltonian Fellow Alumna
  • Frank Hallam Day - Photographer, Addison/Ripley Fine Art  
  • James Rieck - Visual Artist, Professor, Corcoran College of Art + Design
  • Mollie White - Show Director, SCOPE Art Fair    

 

Hamiltonian Gallery is a dynamic space in the heart of the growing Washington, DC contemporary arts district. In partnership with Hamiltonian Artists, the gallery promotes the artistic and professional development of emerging artists. Through dynamic exhibitions, artist talks and collaborative programming, we seek to broaden the cultural dialogue within our modern community.

 

click here to download the press release

 

 

 

August 18 – September 15, 2012



photos by Nathan Wallace