The Ellis-Beauregard Fellowship in the Visual Arts
The Ellis-Beauregard Fellowship awards $25,000 to a Maine artist working in the visual arts. The fellowship is paired with a solo exhibition at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, a scholarly publication and a gallery talk.
For guidelines and information about the fellowship, please email
Donna McNeil at email@example.com.
Reginald Burrows Hodges
Hodges majored in theatre and film at the University of Kansas and has worked in many capacities in TV and film production. Hodges co-owned Bass Mind Recording Studio in Brooklyn and also co-founded the reggae dub band Trumystic, for which he was a songwriter and bassist. His love of teaching originates from his experience being a professional Tennis Coach on the USTA/ITF Pro Circuit.
Thomas Lax, associate curator of media and performance at the Museum of Modern Art
Laura Phipps, assistant curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art
Kate Kraczon, curator of the Bell Gallery at Brown University.
Erin Colleen Johnson
Artist, educator, and activist Erin Johnson is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Media with a joint appointment in the Visual Arts Department and the Digital and Computational Studies Program at Bowdoin College. In 2013, she earned an MFA in Art Practice and Certificate in New Media from U.C. Berkeley. She makes interdisciplinary, collaborative projects that blend documentary, experimental, and narrative practices to explore social, political, and geographical imaginaries.
Marshall N. Price, Nancy Hanks Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
Marcela Guerrero, Assistant Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
Michelle White, Senior Curator, Menil Collection