Next week I'm headed to Mass MoCA for a residency through Assets for Artists and the Studios at Mass MoCA in North Adams, MA. Assets for Artists is highlighting women artists this month in celebration of the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage.
This will be the first time I've had weeks worth of time to work without interruption, for which I'm incredibly thankful.
March Month of Women in the Arts at Mass MoCA
In March 2020, in celebration of the 100th’s anniversary of women’s suffrage, MASS MoCA’s artist residency, The Studios at MASS MoCA, alongside other organizations and private galleries that occupy Building 13 on the MASS MoCA campus, are committing the month to featuring only women-identifying artists in their exhibitions and residency program. 16 artists will be in residence at the Studios at MASS MoCA, including: Sookoon Ang (Paris, France); Miranda Blennerhassett (Dublin, Ireland); Yuchen Chang (Brooklyn, NY) Furen Dai (Brookline, MA); Alexis Day (Portland, OR); Insoon Ha (Toronto, Canada); Rhiannon Inman-Simpson (Bergen, Norway); Sun Woo Jung (Jersey City, New Jersey); Woo Jae Lim (Highland Park, MI) Irene Mamiye (New York, NY); Monica Mazzone (Milan, Italy); Caitlin McDonagh (Montréal, Québec); Sarah Valeri (Brooklyn, NY); Ella Weber (Bennington, NE); Siru Wen (Los Angeles, CA); and Etty Yaniv (Alpine, NJ).