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Currents New Media Festival, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 9 - 24, 2017 - link: https://currentsnewmedia.org/

https://currentsnewmedia.org/artist/jennifer-moller/

2017     Appearances: Provincetown Green Arts Festival, Provincetown, MA, May 5 - 15
2016     Cape Cod National Seashore, Salt Pond Visitor Center, Eastham, MA, December
2016     AMP Gallery, Photographs, Provincetown, MA, May 20 - June 9
2016     Appearances: Provincetown Green Arts Festival, Provincetown, MA, May 5 - 15
2016     PAAM, Members Juried Show, Provincetown, MA, February 12 - April 3
2016     Scratch, AMP Gallery, 432 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, April 15 - May 1
2015      Preservation Hall, POOLS, Wellfleet, MA Dec. 16 – January 15
2015      AMP Gallery, Provincetown, MA “Unbidden” Drawings, Oct.
2015      Cynthia Reeves, The Barn, Walpole, NH, POOLS: Mighty Plentitude, July 18 – August 22

AMP Gallery, Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA  "Gretchen” – Animation, 2014  

AMP Gallery, Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA , August 13 - Sept. 15, 2013

Dartmouth, Hood Gallery / "seas" piece aquired for permanent collection, 2010 - PDF show brochure

Selected to be ARTIST in RESIDENCE at IAIA, Institute of American Indian Art, 2009-2010

Cynthia Reeves Gallery, New York City, NY, November-Dec. 2009

Newport Mills, Film on H2O, Newport New Hampshire, August - November, 2009

Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Laterna Magica II, Video Festival, Collaborative installation with Beth Ireland, March 2006, Provincetown, MA.

Mayyim Hayyim, Video, Everything begins in the Water, Juried Exhibit, Newton, MA, Jan. 2006

Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Laterna Magica I, First Community Video Festival, projecting five videos and twenty artists. January- April 2005, Provincetown, MA.

Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Seas Installation, Oct. 2004-January. 2005, Provincetown, MA.

Schoolhouse Gallery, "Embodied" drawings, Provincetown, MA 2004

Space Gallery, Video Projection, "Road" Portland, Maine, 2003

Provincetown Art Association, "Breast" Provincetown, MA, 2002

Gerald Peters Gallery, "Home" 3D sculpture and Photography, Santa Fe, NM, March 2001

Santa Fe Community College, Collaborative Drawing, "Untitled" Santa Fe, NM, Spring 2001

Kokoman Circus, "altered visions" Photography, Santa Fe, NM, December 2000

Van deGriff Gallery, On-Going representation, Santa Fe, NM, 1997-2000

David Loren Gallery, Canyon Road, Santa Fe, NM 1997

The Santa Fe Community College, Mixed Media, Santa Fe, New Mexico, December 2000

The Darkroom, Photography, "Journey" Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 2000

Jonson Gallery, Photography, "Sisters" University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Aug. 1999

The Darkroom, Photography, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 1999

Las Vegas Arts Council, Drawing and Photography, Las Vegas, New Mexico, March 1999

Counter Culture, Solo, Photographic Work, Santa Fe, NM, February 1999

Northwest Photographic Center, Kodalith and Paper, "Sparky" Photography, Seattle, Washington, Oct. 1998

Select Awards

 

  • Wellfleet Cultural Council Grant, 2015
  • Finalist, Film/Video, Massachusetts Cultural Council, 2005
  • First Place in the, Face of New Mexico, Photography Contest, Flickenger Center, Alamogordo, NM.
  • Honorable Mention, The Press Women of New Mexico
  • Honorable Mention, Las Vegas Art Council, Faces of Women, Las Vegas, NM.
  • Leo Diehl Art Competition, Award in Photography, Orleans, Mass.
  • Mass. Arts Lottery Council Grant
  • Scholastic Art Awards
  • Wethersfield Art League Scholarship

Publications

Provincetown Magazine, September 30, 2004, New Gifts, Artists at PAAM
Provincetown Banner, September 28, 2004, Moller Video on Display at PAAM
Provincetown Banner, January 13, 2005, Arts and Entertainment; Moving Photographs, Jennifer Moller Creates PAAM’s first experimental video show, by Ann Wood
Provincetown Banner, January 27, 2005, Around Town, Photos about Laterna Magica, by Anne Wood
Boston Globe, September 11, 2009, Shimmering downriver
Exhibition’s four venues celebrate sight, sound of water
, by Cate McQuaid