Student Achievements A - MC

Check out what our students are up to! On this page you will find studnet acheivements listed out alphabetically by last name.

Kate Farrington

  • Panelist: "The Space of Art" featuring Montserrat College of Art, Professor of Humanities Kate Farrington in conversation with artist John Preus. Monserrat College, February 15, 2018

  • Paper: "Place' through a Feast of the Five Senses: A Philosophical Consideration of Robin Kahn's 2012 art project dOCUMENTA (13): 'Dining in Refugee Camps: The Art of Sahrawi Cooking.'" in the panel, "Uneasy Feasts" at Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition Conference (PACT) 7th annual meeting, Seattle University, September 24-26, 2015, Seattle, WA

  • Group Exhibition: "Reclassified at Warehouse XI," Somervile, MA, June 2015

  • Paper: "Letters in the Landscape: Word and Image and Aesthetics of Place in 'Dear Markus (2011)." Pacific Association for the Continental Tradition (PACT) Conference, Los Angeles, CA, October 2014

  • Paper: “The One Hotel and the Aesthetics of Place at dOCUMENTA(13)” on the panel “The Rise of the Artist Curator”, 2014 College Art Association (CAA) Conference. Chicago, IL, February 2014

  • Contributor:“The Rise of the Artist-as-Curator” edited by Gabrielle Gopinath

  • Published: “The Phoenix and the Shaker Chair: A Comparison of Xu Bing’s The Phoenix Project and Chen Zhen’s The Opening of the Closed Center." Big, Red, and Shiny.

  • Panel Moderator, “The Non-Places of Art." Pacific Association of the Continental Tradition (PACT) Conference. San Francisco, CA, September 2013

  • Published, “The Failure of Aesthetics in the Occupy Movement, seen through the lens of the 7th Berlin Biennale” in artcore journal Volume 1, Issue 2, January 2013

  • Paper: “The Failure of Aesthetics at the 7th Berlin Biennale” at Art as Activism Symposium, Montserrat College, Beverly, MA, October 2012

  • Public art project: “Facing the Towers: Not a Memorial” (2011), a collaboration with artist Richard Cutrona. The outdoor sculpture was installed at Fitchburg State University in Fitchburg, Massachusetts in 2011, and at Governor’s Island, New York in 2012