Winners of the Emerging Artists Program 2017-18

Ebitenyefa Baralaye 

Ebitenyefa Baralaye

Ebitenyefa Baralaye

 

Simone Bailey

Simone Bailey

Simone Bailey

Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson

summer mason

summer mason

summer mason

 

Winners of the Emerging Artists Program 2016-17

Nyame Brown

Nyame Brown Too Make it to the Bottom is Such a Hard Climb, 2016 Oil on blackboard Courtesy of the artist

Nyame Brown, Too Make it to the Bottom is Such a Hard Climb, 2016. Oil on blackboard. Courtesy of the artist.

Helina Metaferia

Helina Metaderia Everything But The Spice (detail), 2015 Photo documentation of the installation and performance including maps, wood, textiles, rope, TV screens, clay, salt, and metal Location: Boston Center for the Arts Cyclorama Courtesy of the artist

Helina Metaderia, Everything But The Spice (detail), 2015. Photo documentation of the installation and performance including maps, wood, textiles, rope, TV screens, clay, salt, and metal. Location: Boston Center for the Arts Cyclorama. Courtesy of the artist.

Lili Bernard

Lili Bernard Carlota Leading the People (after Eugene Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, 1830), 2011 Oil on Canvas Courtesy of the artist

Lili Bernard, Carlota Leading the People (after Eugene Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, 1830), 2011. Oil on Canvas. Courtesy of the artist.

Angie Keller

Angie Keller Natalia Adelina Guadalupe-Córdova From The Gladioli of El Carmen series, 2014 Digital Photography Courtesy of the artist

Angie Keller, Natalia Adelina Guadalupe-Córdova From The Gladioli of El Carmen series, 2014. Digital Photography. Courtesy of the artist.

Winners of the Emerging Artists Program 2015-16

Tim Roseborough

Tm Roseborough, Movement, 2015; archival digital print; 40 in. x 50 in.; Courtesy of the artist.

Tim Roseborough, Movement, 2015; archival digital print; 40 in. x 50 in.; Courtesy of the artist.

Cheryl Patrice Derricotte

Cheryl Patrice Derricotte, The History of a Slave, 2016; kiln formed glass, enamel imagery, 8” x 10”; Courtesy of the Artist.

Cheryl Patrice Derricotte, The History of a Slave, 2016; kiln formed glass, enamel imagery, 8” x 10”; Courtesy of the artist.

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