Megan Marlatt's most recent exhibition, Substitutions for a Game Never Played, held at the True F. Luck Gallery of The Visual Arts Center in Richmond, VA, opened in early 2013 to high praise. In addition to her studio work, she also recently conducted a Big Head (or "Capgrosso") making workshop with the Spanish artists Ventura and Hosta at UVA and The Visual Arts Center of Richmond during the spring of 2013. Ms. Marlatt just finished organizing and participating in "ArtLab @ MLBS," a program that brought 12 artists, art students and alumni to the UVA Mountain Lake Biological Station for a 3-week artist-in-residency program.
In 2013, Pamela Pecchio participated in several group and solo exhibitions. Her work was shown at the RISD Museum of Art in Providence, RI, the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC, among several other venues.
William Wylie was on leave in the fall and in residence at ART342 in Fort Collins, CO while shooting his documentary film Prairie, about the six-man football team at a small rural school. He followed the team through the entire 2012 season. After that he was awarded the Yale University Art Museum's Doran/LeWitt Residency in Praiano, Italy on the Amalfi Coast. He produced a new series of photographs and video pieces in Pompeii and on Mount Vesuvius. His work was featured in solo and group exhibitions at Yale, The Joslyn Museum of Art and the Amon Carter Museum. He ended the academic year teaching another of the bi-annual Study Abroad classes in Italy where his students made unique pinhole cameras to photograph in Rome, Tuscany and Venice.