Marilyn Propp: News
2018 Into the Deep: Fragments and Reflections. A two-person exhibit with David Jones at the Kenosha Public Museum. August 18 - November 4. Opening reception Saturday, September 8, from 1-4pm. Full color catalog with essay by Rachel Klees Andersen, Curator of Exhibits, Kenosha Museum System.
Recipient, 2018 RAM Artist Fellowship. Sponsored by the Osborne and Scekic Family Foundation. https://www.ramart.org/content/marilyn-propp
"The RAM (Racine Art Museum) Artist Fellowship Program aims to showcase the diversity and vitality of the Racine/Kenosha visual arts community by supporting the professional development of its artists. The goal is to distinguish the region as a place that values the arts, and enhance the area’s desirability as a place for artists to work and live. Concurrent solo exhibitions featuring each recipient's work will be presented at RAM's Wustum Museum of Fine Arts beginning August 23, 2019. A color brochure will accompany this fellowship show. By increasing critical attention and exposure for recipients, the program fosters their continued creative and professional development."
2017 and 2018: Pulped Under Pressure. Traveling exhibit. Lawrence University, Wriston Galleries, Appleton, WI. Monmouth Museum, Linwood, New Jersey. Link to Installation views: www. Monmouth Museum, Facebook Photos. Catalog http://www.blurb.com/b/7728978-pulped-under-pressure
2016 Second Annual Hand Pulled Prints: the Current Practice in Printmaking. October 13 - November 13. Site: Brooklyn, NYC. Group show, juried. http://www.sitebrooklyn.com/
The Print Show, October 14- November 25. Moberg Gallery, Des Moines, Iowa. Group show. Curated.
Pulped Under Pressure. Jan. 16 - March 3. Tidewater Community College, Visual Art Center, Portsmouth, VA. Group show. Curated. https://web.tcc.edu/students/specialized/vac/SHOWS/pup.htm
Curator, Materiality and the Layered (eye), Evanston Art Center. April 25 - May 29. Phyllis Bramson, Aimee Beaubien, Sandra Perlow, Miriam Schaer, and Douglas Stapleton. Reception April 24. Panel discussion: The Layered (eye): Materiality and Transformation, May 3. Lecture: The History of Collage as Social, Political, and Personal Expression, May 26.
Panel Chair, Non-Printmakers, Print Media, and the Future of Printmaking: Themes of Loss, Reconstruction, and Sustainability. March 30 - April 2. Panelists: Julia Goodman, Ian Weaver, and Sue Hettmansperger. SGCI Conference, Portland, OR. http://sgciportland.com/portfolio/panels-papers/
2015 Notes from the Sea. Sept. 11- Oct.13. Rockford University/Clark Art Gallery, Rockford, IL. Artist lecture. Solo show. https://www.facebook.com/rockforduartgallery
Off the Press. Aug. 13 - Sept. 12. 440 Gallery, 440 Sixth Ave., Brooklyn, NY. Artist talk. Group show.