I’m super excited and honored to announce my participation in several upcoming shows and events. -Steph Todhunter
This is the last week to see Broken Beauty at the University Place Gallery at Harvard Square.
February 11 – March 19, 2020
At Kathryn Schultz Gallery & University Place Gallery
Click here for gallery information
Juried by Jessica Roscio, Curator, Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University
Reception | February 13, 6-8pm at both gallery locations RSVP
Awards will be announced at 7pm at Kathryn Schultz Gallery
I’m also very excited that I have had a piece selected to be in the MASSART exhibit and auction this April! Proceeds of the auction go to student scholarships and programs. A few weeks before the auction all the art will be available for online bidding at Paddle8.
Join us for Auction 2020!
TheMassArt Auctionis another year older and another year stronger. Last year, Massachusetts College of Art and Design celebrated the 30th Anniversary MassArt Auction. Join us for the 31st MassArt Auction on Saturday, April 25 and be a part of a highly anticipated Boston tradition.
The proceeds of this spectacular night, featuring a live and silent auction, cocktails, delicious food, fabulous music, and more, provide vital scholarship aid and academic program support for our deserving students. MassArt is the nation’s only independent public college of art and design and is dedicated to providing an exceptional and affordable education for the next generation of artists and designers.
Your support allows us to shine light on this next generation of artists and designers, like Hazel Afamefuna ’21. Hazel is an architectural design major and one of the many students who have benefited from scholarship support.
Saturday, April 25, 2020
Design and Media Center, MassArt
621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
The Blue Notebooks
May 3 – September 6, 2020
The Art Complex Museum
Susan Denniston, What Lies Between, No. 1, 2019, monotype
We need joy as we need air
We need love as we need water
We need each other as we need the earth we share.
Artist and Guest Curator Anne Plaisance has assembled a group of artists who are working with what she calls, “their vision of the day after tomorrow.” Responding to contemporary issues and citing research reports from both the United Nations and Harvard University on looming problems like climate change, rising sea levels and extreme weather, Plaisance believes artists can focus on leaving the best legacy they possibly can, through art and culture for whatever comes next. She says:
This exhibition is a requiem for humanity, an homage to creativity and beauty, a chapeau bas to love and generosity, an adieu to memories, a last embrace of our cherished ones. Artists in the exhibition include; Susan Denniston, Ashley M. Freeby, Kelly Knight, Sarah Pettitt, Anne Plaisance, Stephanie Todhunter and Robin Whiteman.
*So excited to be a part of this as well! More info to follow…
LEXINGTON OPEN STUDIOS
Saturday April 25 and Sunday April 26 from 11am-5pm
I’m going to camp out with Amantha Tsaros in her brand new studio on Mass Ave!
Amantha Tsaros Studio + Gallery
West Medford Open Studios
Saturday May 16 and Sunday May 17
I’ll be opening my studio up to the public (along with all the other artists at Jerome Street Studios). There will live music, good food, candy and LOTS and LOTS of awesome art!!
IN THE WORKS
I’ll be posting more info in the next couple of months about a PRINT POP UP SHOP in collaboration with Amantha Tsaros in her new studio shop, as well as an upcoming show in June.
If you made it this far, I appreciate your support! Stop by anytime for candy and coffee 🙂