An Evening with Self Published Authors. each others will discuss their words and creative process as well as the pros and cons of self-publishing. More information here.
Tuesday, March 29, 7:00 Concord Free Public Library, Concord, MA
Emerson Umbrella, 40 Stow Street, Concord MA
April 2 & 3 website
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITS & COMPETITIONS
2015 Art Gallery, Acton Memorial Library, Acton MA.
2014 Spaulding R. Aldrich Heritage Gallery, Whitinsville, MA. Photographs
2013 Photobook 2013: A Juried International Exhibition of Photobooks and Photographs, Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, NY
2013 Market Street Health, Brighton, MA. Watercolors.
2012 Frances N. Roddy Open Competition, Juror: Jen Mergel Curator of Contemporary Art Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
2012 Emerson Hospital Medical Building, Sudbury, MA. Watercolors & Photographs
2010 Market Street Health, Brighton, MA. Watercolors & Photographs
2000 Mathers Museum of World Cultures, University of Indiana, Bloomington IN. Photographs
2000 Art Gallery, Concord Public Library, Concord, MA. Photographs Featured as a Special Event in the Boston Sunday Globe.
1999 Quebec Labrador Foundation, Ipswich, MA Photographs.
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITS & EXHIBITIONS
2015 Peter Bulkeley Terrace, Concord, MA: Watercolors
2014 Peter Bulkeley Terrace, Concord, MA: Watercolors
2013 East Meets West, Bradford Center for the Arts, Concord, MA watercolors
2012 Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts: Concord, MA watercolors
2011 Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts: Concord, MA watercolors
2010 Prudential Center Annual Art Exhibition: Boston, MA watercolors
2010 Kaji Aso Studio “Star Festival 2010” Boston, MA watercolors
2010 Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts: Concord, MA watercolors
2010 DeCordova Museum Student Show, Lincoln, MA. Watercolor.
2010 Kaji Aso Studio’s “Aurora” Exhibit, Boston, MA. watercolors.
2009 Greater Boston Buddhist Cultural Center watercolors
2000 Brochure cover and four interior photographs: Mongolia Now: Independent Voices presented by the Margaret Mead Film & Video Festival and Multicultural Program of the American Museum of Natural History and the Permanent Mission of Mongolia to the United Nations
Acton Library offers a look at nomadic life:
Liza Carter — scientist, artist, researcher and photographer — spent time living with a family in Mongolia, and the photographs she took of her experiences, “Moving with the Seasons: Portrait of a Mongolian Family,” will be on display through February at the Acton Memorial Library.
A talk is scheduled for 7 p.m. Jan. 27 at the library, 486 Main St., Acton. Carter will discuss her experiences in Mongolia, relate her concerns about a disappearing culture and teach listeners some basic truths about living a less complicated life.
The photographs offer a look at a fast-disappearing nomadic life in a very harsh climate. Carter absorbed her experiences and has published a book, in collaboration with her Mongolian family, about their life, one not usually experienced by westerners.
Both the lecture and the exhibition are free. Carter’s photographs will be on view through Feb. 27. Library hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2-5 p.m. Sundays. For more information, call 978-929-6650.
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