Excited to announce my photo is part of the “Moved to Act! Demonstrations, Marches, Political Actions” exhibit curated by Ellen Feldman and Marky Kauffmann at the Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson, NY. (It’s also the cover photo for the show’s announcement.)
Reception: Saturday, October 27, 5-7pm. Open: Oct. 27 to Nov. 25, 2018
One of 21 artists selected by juror Kelly Sidley, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, NY. The FOCUS 2018 Fine Art Photography Winners Exhibition will run from August 1-26.
Opening Reception: Aug. 4th from 6-9pm.
One of 11 photographers chosen for the Photographic Resource Center's national show. Juried by Christopher Rauschenberg. Each artist shows multiple works. Exhibition runs July 11 - August 18. Opening reception: Thursday, July 12th, 5:30-8pm. Location: VanDernoot Gallery, University Hall, Lesley University.
Aline Smithson of Lenscratch writes about the series Growing Up Girl: “Tira’s work is authentic in it’s observations, giving us a window into her family’s life, but universal in it’s description of growing up female.”
Five photographs from the series Growing Up Girl are on the fence at Albany Street and Thayer St. in the South End of Boston. Thank you to United Photo Industries, the Griffin Museum and Sowa Boston. Up until July. Part of Flashpoint Boston.
Photographs accepted into the Cambridge Art Association's 2018 National Prize Show, juried by Michelle Grabner (The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL), Jessica Hong (Assistant Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston), and Jamillah James (Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles). May 17-June 23.
International Photography Awards, Hon. Mention, One Shot: Harmony, digitally enhanced. Collage series: Pattern Repeats. April 2018.
Received an honorable mention in 2017 Fine Art Collage category of the Tokyo International Foto Awards for photo series. Announced in April, 2018.
Selection from "Growing Up Girl" on display at the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, Providence, RI. Part of Outspoken: Seven Women Photographers, with Nadine Boughton, Blake Fitch, Nancy Grace Horton, Marky Kauffmann, Rania Matar and Emily Schiffer. March 15 - April 13, 2018.
The exhibit, Outspoken, runs from Nov. 4, 2017 through Feb. 10, 2018 at Pine Manor College in Brookline, MA. The show highlights the work of seven women artists: Marky Kauffman, Blake Fitch, Rania Matar, Nancy Grace Horton, Emily Schiffer, and Nadine Boughton. Curated by Marky Kauffman.
Honored to have my photograph, "Emptiness," from the Allen House series, accepted into the Blue Biennial. Presented by the Cambridge Art Association. Exhibiting at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery or University Place in Cambridge, Nov. 8 to Dec. 20. Juror: Vera Ingrid Grant. Reception: Nov. 16, 6 to 8 p.m., Blue Artist Talk: December 15th, 12-2 p.m., presented at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery.
Breakfast reception 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wed., Oct. 11, State Library. Speakers: Anita Walker, Massachusetts Cultural Council; Rep. Byron Rushing. Co-sponsors: Rep. Kay Khan, Rep. Ruth Balser, Sen. Cynthia Creem, Massachusetts Black and Latino Caucus, Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development, Newton Cultural Alliance. Exhibit runs Oct. 9 to 20.
Newton Tab. Newspaper article on the exhibit Classical School, Radical Politics: The Nathaniel Allen House, 19th Century and Now.