Stigliano’s Grotesque Mask was awarded Best of Show at Lines Connecting Lines, a collaborative exhibit of poems and visual art at MATV, Malden, MA, March, 2015.
Baghdad to Detroit-Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here, Arab American National Museum, Dearborn/Detroit, MI, March 6-July 12, 2015
Absence and Presence: A printmaking response to the bombing of al-Mutanabbi Street
San Francisco Center for the Book San Francisco, CA December 12, 2014-January 25, 2015
“Tasteful Prints,” Sunday November 2, 2014. A Sunday afternoon gallery talk with food tasting with the Boston Printmakers. Hear the printmakers at 1pm then taste a sampling of the recipes from the Palate to Plate Exhibition catalogue at 2pm. Newport Museum, Newport, MA
The catalogue is available at: http://www.blurb.com/b/4876491-palate-to-plate
Continental Drift: Printmakers Converge; Panel discussion November 23, 2014, 2-4pm; Prints by Icelandic Printmaking Association and Boston Printmakers; October 24-December 5, 2014; Belmont Gallery, Belmont, MA
Stigliano initiated a print collaboration and exchange between her students from Walnut Hill School for the Arts and Derek Haverland’s students at The Latin School of Chicago, IL in the fall of 2014. Each student made linocut backgrounds and foregrounds. The students exchanged the prints and blocks. Each student printed and received three separate combined images.
Íslensk Grafík, Rekyjavik, Iceland, Exhibition of prints from the Icelandic Printmaking Association and The Boston Printmakers, August, 2014
Hurumzi Henna Art Gallery, Stonetown, Zanzibar, Tanzania, July, 2014. Workshop led by Stephanie Stigliano
For three days in July, the artists of Hurumzi Henna Art Gallery and I worked together in their penthouse studio which looks onto the bustling Hurumzi street in the center of town.
The lovely and talented artists of the women’s collective of Stonetown graciously allowed me to enter their private realm. Through the generosity of Speedball Art and artists from the US, I was able to deliver 50 pounds of donated supplies to the studio. We made paste paper, stencils, relief prints and Suminagashi marbling. They combined these techniques with their henna painting to produce uniquely layered and colorful pamphlet bound books and cards. Here are the artists displaying the artwork they made during the workshop. The visit was a highlight of my trip to Africa and an experience I will never forget. The artwork they produce, like the colorful clothes they wear, is an extension of their beautiful spirits.
Below, left: Showing their artwork: from left to right: Asya, Fatuma, Mwana, Mtumwa, Jamila, Saada, Rey, Najma and Khadija.
Flora, the manager, Mtumwa, Rey, Fatuma, Mwana, Stephanie, Khadija. Front row: Najma, Asya, our translator, Jamila and Saada.
Panel Discussion at 4PM with Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here artists Jesseca Ferguson, Stephanie Stigliano and Anna Wexler
Unum Great Room, 7th Floor, Glickman Family Library; Free and open to the public
Stephanie Mahan Stigliano
Prints and Artist’s Books
Buckingham, Browne and Nichols, Cambridge, MA
February 21-March 14, 2014