Upcoming screenings of Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 4: Chicago: 07/12/18 Nightingale Cinema @ 7:30; 08/16/18 Block Cinema @ 7:30pm; 08/22/18 Beverly Arts Center @ 7:30pm; 09/26/18 Harold Washington Library @ 6:30pm. Elsewhere: theatrical run at Spectacle Theater, New York City, 7/4 @ 10pm, 7/12 @ 7:30pm, 7/16 @ 10pm, 7/26 @ 10pm; Echo Park Film Center, Los Angeles, 8/11 @ 7:30; NorthWest Film Forum, Seattle, 8/12 @ 7:15pm; University of Iowa Film Scene, Iowa City, 10/16 @ 7pm; Play House & Mothlight Microcinema, Detroit, 12/4 @ 6:30pm.
Antimatter [Media Art], October 15, 2018, 7pm @ Deluge Contemporary Art Gallery.
Roman Susan, Streetlight. July 9 - July 15, 2018. Reception Saturday July 14th, 9pm - 11pm). Featuring works by Jan Brugger, Natacha Diels, Yewen Dong, Shir Ende, Pamela Hadley, Elisabeth Hogeman, Marlo Koch and Emerson Sigman, Zeyi Li, Jessica Pierotti, Lynn Tomlinson, A. P. Vague, Cedric van Eenoo, Julia Zastava, Xiaoqing Zhu, and others. Video will be projected every evening after dark, visible from the street.
Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 4 World Premier at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. May 29, 2018 @ 6pm. And You the Bell (2017) has been selected for Chicagoland Shorts Vol. 4! The series is produced by Full Spectrum Features, curated by Raul Benitez, Lori Felker, Sarah Rubin, and Anahita Ghazvinizadeh, and features works by Laura Harrison, Frederic Moffet, Dena Springer, Hannah Kim, Seith Mann, Shayna Connelly, Elisabeth Hogeman, Latham Zearfoss, and Benjamin Buxton.
Still Life 2.0, N.Y. Photo Curator. Honorable mention in Still Life 2.0, curated by Yorgos Efthymiadis.
Aint-Bad, feature, April 1, 2018.
EXPO CHICAGO 2017. September 14-17 (Public Hours: 11am - 7pm), Navy Pier. Curated by Laura Steward, the University of Chicago's EXPO Booth (845) will feature new work by Joshua Backus, Elisabeth Hogeman, Gabe Moreno, Anna Showers-Cruser, and Morganne Wakefield.
Mana Contemporary: Body + Camera Festival. May 20-May 21, 2017, 1:30pm - 10:30pm and 12pm - 4pm. Mana Contemporary Chicago, in partnership with Chicago Dancemakers Forum and Montom Arts announces programming for the first annual Body + Camera Festival. The festival will feature over 40+ short films by emerging and established artists from around the world, that explore the intersection between the body and the moving image. See full program and reserve tickets here.
Roots & Culture Screening: Dislocations: Works by Jessica Pierotti, Lilli Carré and Elisabeth Hogeman. August 28, 2016, 7:30pm, Roots & Culture, 1034 N Milwaukee Ave. From programmer Lori Felker: Roots & Culture’s Film/Video Screening Series kicks off it’s new season with a collection of video work from recent Chicago MFA graduates: Jessica Pierotti (UIC), Lilli Carré (Northwestern) and Elisabeth Hogeman (University of Chicago). After attending a variety of end of semester exhibitions and critiques, these videos individually stuck with me and then slowly managed to find each other in my head. Whether minimal, bizarre, or intimate, each video finds, reveals, or distorts a body in its respective space. The pieces resonate well with each other while taking their own unique approaches to power, control, gesture, humor and pain.
Lucciche: Simposio di VideoArte. June 22 - June 26, 2016, Officina d'Arte Ponte di Ferro. Participating artists: Mark Beasley; Rashayla Marie Brown; Osvaldo Cibilis; Katherine Desjardins; Josh Duensing; Ayana Evans; Marco G. Ferrari; Amir George; Mike Gibisser; Adela Goldbard; Christopher Harris; Elisabeth Hogeman; Desirée Holman; David K. Ross; Anansi Knowbody; Kent Lambert; Alexandre Larose; Kera MacKenzie & Andrew Mausert-Mooney; Sharon Mansur; Nicole Mauser; Sandro Miller; Terence Nance; Cynthia Neal & Judy Hoffman; D.N. Rodowick; Galina Shevchenko; Paul Somers; Catherine Sullivan; Cassandra Troyan; Rambod Vala; Ramyar Vala; Danny Volk; Gareth Walsh; Eric Watts; Scott Wolniak; Michael Workman.
AND NO ONE FISH IN THE MIDDLE Gallery Talk. Friday May 20th 6:00pm, Logan Center Gallery. A conversation with the eight artists featured in the MFA thesis exhibition AND NO ONE FISH IN THE MIDDLE as they discuss their individual practices and the selection of works currently on view in the Logan Center Gallery. Moderated by Zachary Cahill, writer/artist/Open Practice Committee Coordinator and with an introduction by Yesomi Umolu, Logan Center Exhibitions Curator. Participating artists: Joshua Backus, Brit Barton, Elisabeth Hogeman, Jayson Kellogg, Devin Mays, Gabriel Moreno, Anna Showers-Cruser, and Morganne Wakefield.
University of Chicago Announces 2015-2016 Arts, Science & Culture Graduate Fellows. The Arts, Science + Culture Initiative Graduate Fellows program is for University of Chicago graduate students whose work is firmly anchored in the humanities, social sciences, or sciences, but for whom crossing disciplinary boundaries is integral to the particularities of the research, writing, artistic practice, or scientific inquiry. Nominated by faculty from across the University, the Graduate Fellows program is specifically designed to fertilize exchange among those graduate students on campus who are interested in engaging with scholars and practitioners they would not typically encounter within their disciplinary studies. Visit here for Elisabeth Hogeman's interview with Marissa Lee Benedict for her Arts, Science & Culture Profile.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Announces 2015-2016 Fellowship Recipients. 2015-2016 Recipients
New Work Published in Meridian Issue 33. Meridian is a semi-annual produced by the University of Virginia's in conjunction with the university's MFA Program in Creative Writing. The issue also includes an essay by Claire Raymond, "On the Geography of Tongues."
Flak Photo Midwest Print Show. Opening September 26, 2014 at the Diane Endres Ballweg Gallery in the Madison Public Library.
Munn Artist Residency. Selected for three month residency in Monet's gardens in Giverny, France, along with Berlin-based artist Peter Böhnish. This residency is generously funded by the Versailles Foundation, and will take place from June-August, 2013. Photographs from the residency will be on view on at the University of Virginia (third floor, Ruffin Hall, across from Ruffin Gallery) from December 1st, 2013 - January 10th, 2014.