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News Bites: Sculpture and Functional Art Adjunct Instructor Involved in Exhibition, Residency

Posted June 1, 2016 in FacultyNews BitesSculpture and Functional Art

Maureen Nollette, an adjunct instructor in the Sculpture and Functional Art program at Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University (KCAD) is currently showing her work in a local exhibition and will be preparing for an artist residency in the coming months.

Maureen Nollette

Nollette’s solo exhibition “Honorable Ordinaries” is on display at the Grand Rapids Art Museum (GRAM) as part of the museum’s Michigan artist series. The exhibition will run through August 14, 2016.

(above and below): work by Maureen Nollette - "March Into April" (above) and "Ruffled" (below) (images courtesy of the artist)

Nollette will also be traveling to Vermont this year for a residency at the Marble House Project. She will be participating in events, talks, and open studios with a small group of artists in early fall.


See more of Maureen Nollette’s work at nollettestudio.com.