NPR's Shane McKeon on Artscape: Bristol Museum Controversy

https://thepublicsradio.org/episode/artscape-bristol-art-museum-controversy 

A powerful interview with Bradley Wester, one of the artists in Dead Ringer. 


“there is a real range of challenging interesting work on display, right now at the museum, and it’s open until July 14.”

Dead Ringer Radio Interview
Listen to an Interview about Dead Ringer on the News with Gene Valicenti https://www.spreaker.com/user/wpro/duffy-0060619
Dead Ringer featured in the Bristol Phoenix. Thank you Christy Nadalin
Dead Ringer at the Bristol Art Museum
Dead Ringer at the Bristol Art Museum

Thank you to Elizabeth Maynard at Art New England for this Preview of Dead Ringer, an exhibition I curated, opening at the Bristol Art Museum in Bristol, Rhode Island June 7, featuring works by: Beth Brandon, Joy Garnett, Carolyn Marsden, J. Myszka Lewis, Anna McNeary, Shari Mendelson, Brian Miller, Bradley Wester and Cheryl Yun.
 

Studio Visit in Art New England May/June issue

Thank you to Cerys Wilson for her generous article on my work.

Opening March 15: Patterns, Curated by Lisa Barthelson and Carrie Crane, at the Krikorian Gallery
Thank you RISCA!

I am immensely grateful to the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts for their support of my work. I received a 2109 Fellowship in Sculpture and a 2019 Merit Fellowship in Craft. 

Current: Neo at the Milwaukee Art Museum
Current: The Phantom of Liberty at the RISD Museum

Photo Courtesy the RISD Museum

Press for The Embedded Message
The Embedded Message; Quilting in Contemporary Art

My P is for Panopticon Quilt is on view in "The Embedded Message; Quilting in Contemporary Art", curated by Melissa Messina and Stefanie Fedor with Gina Adams, Sanford Biggers, Maria Guzmán Capron, Kathryn Clark, Aaron McIntosh, Tameka Norris, Amanda Ross-Ho, Sterling Ruby, Hank Willis Thomas, Vadis Turner, Ben Venom and Saya Woolfalk

Silent Sentinels at the Ann Street Gallery

The exhibition highlights gender equality in the arts with selected works of seventeen artists to include: fiber arts, textiles, sculpture, paintings, and a sound installation, exploring subject matter that reflects their personal practice and unique techniques. The Silent Sentinel exhibition pays homage to those pioneering suffragists whose ground-breaking activism and perseverance in the quest for women’s equality and social reform are an inspiration to all.

Artists featured: Marieken Cochius, Orly Cogan, Elizabeth Duffy, Carol Boram-Hays, Cynthia Karalla, Megan Klim, Elizabeth Mackie, Katherine Mann, Penny Mateer, Chris Motley, Janet Nolan, Leslie Pontz, Beth Scher, Naomi Schlinke, Tamar Stone, Etty Yaniv, and Susannah Zucker.

The exhibition was curated by Virginia Walsh and will be on view through Saturday, January 20, 2018.

Dieu Donne Benefit in Honor of Richard Tuttle
This One's for You!

June 16, 2017 - September 16, 2017

Featuring: Macyn Bolt, Richard Bottwin, Federico Busonero, Linda Cummings, Elizabeth Duffy, Carole Freysz Gutierrez, Susan Hamburger, Marietta Hoferer, Lita Kelmenson, Zoe Keramea, Michael Kukla, Matthew Langley, Nancy Manter, Joanne Mattera, Youjin Moon, Martin Mullin, Margaret Neill, Tomomi Ono, Eung Ho Park, Frances Richardson, Louise P. Sloane, Katsumi Suzuki, Cheryl Yun