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Marianne Weil- sculptures in bronze
 

 


Patina demonstration at the Keystone Arts and Culture Center,
Lancaster, PA (wait for video load)

GRANTS AND AWARDS
2017 Emily Harvey Foundation, Visiting Fellow, Venice, Italy
Seed, 2009 commission,
Village Green, Water Mill, New York
2016-17 PSC-CUNY Research Foundation Award: a Dialog on Dislocation
2016 American School of Classical Studies, Visiting Senior Associate Member; Athens, Greece
2015-16 PSC-CUNY Research Foundation Award: Glasnost 2015
2015 Land Shape Pilot program, Commune of Jammerbugt, Jutland, Denmark
2013-14 PSC-CUNY Research Foundation Award: GlasMetal Skulptur
2012-13 Dean’s Scholarship Award, College of Staten Island, City University of New York
2012-13 PSC-CUNY Research Foundation Award; Project: Looking Through Glass
2012 William Stewart Travel Award, CUNY Academy of Arts and Humanities
2011 Kirsten Kjærs Museum, Frøstrup, Denmark; guest presenter, International Sculpture Symposium
2010-11 PSC-CUNY Research Foundation Award; Project: Fusion: Glass & Bronze
2009 Faculty Research Fund, Haverford College, Jutland, Denmark: Neolithic Sites Research and Study
2009 Mellon Tri-College Seed Grant: Metallurgy, Casting & Technology, a collaborative project: Haverford College Fine Arts Department. & Bryn Mawr College Department of Classical Archaeology
2009 Commission by the Sisters of St. Dominic and the Village of Water Mill, NY Bronze sculpture, Seed; installed June 7, 2009 on Water Mill Village Green LI, NY (image at right)
2008 John B. Hurford Humanities Center “Enrichment Grant”, Haverford College Faculty Research Fund, Haverford College, Foz Coa Paleolithic Study, Portugal
2008 Mellon Tri-College Seed Grant: The Lost Wax Initiative: a collaborative project between Swarthmore College Dept. of Art History & Haverford College Fine Arts Department
2007 Faculty Research Fund, Haverford College; Development of Catalogue Publication, 2008 solo exhibition, Kouros Gallery, NYC with essay by Helen  Harrison
2005 New York State Council for the Arts, Individual Artist Grant,MariTIME Bronze
2003 State University of NY at Stony Brook, Professional Development Grant, Cast Iron Workshop and Symposium, Johnson Atelier, Princeton, NJ
2003 Peter’s Valley Faculty Award, Layton, NJ, Blacksmith Studio Fellowship  
2002 State University of NY at Stony Brook, Professional Development Grant, Blacksmith & Forging, Layton, NJ  
2001 Heckscher Museum, Gladys Service Award of Excellence, Huntington, NY  
2001 New York State Council for the Arts, Community Connection Grant, The Orient Project, in Collaboration with the Oysterponds Historical Society  
1999 New York Foundation for the Arts, Special Opportunity Stipend  
1998 New York Foundation for the Arts, Special Opportunity Stipend  
1996 New York Foundation for the Arts, Special Opportunity Stipend  
1995 New York Foundation for the Arts, Special Opportunity Stipend  
1993 New York Foundation for the Arts, Special Opportunity Stipend  
1993 Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant  
1986 School of Visual Arts, Master of Fine Arts Outstanding Student Award  
1986 Paula Rhodes Award, School of Visual Arts  
1985 New York Foundation for the Arts Artist-in-Residence Grant, Manhattan Laboratory Museum  
1985 Paula Rhodes Award, School of Visual Arts, NYC  
RESIDENCIES
2009 Kirsten Kjærs Museum, Folstrøp, Denmark  
2008 Casa de Mateus Foundation, Vila Real, Portugal  
2007 Fondaçion Valparaiso, Mojacar, Spain  
2005 Tyrone Guthrie Centre, County Monaghan, Ireland,  Artist Fellow  
2004 Boreas Residency Fellow, Reykjavik, Iceland  
2002 Hospitalfield Trust, Arbroath, Scotland, Artist Fellow  
2000 University of Lethbridge & Gushul Studio Artist Residency, Crows Nest Pass, Alberta, Canada  
1999 Montana Artists Refuge, Basin, Montana, Visiting-Artist  
1998 Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, U.S. Dept. of Interior, Artist-in-Residence  
1996 Kalani Honua Residency Fellowship, Pahoa, Hawaii  
1993 IKONS Residency Fellowship, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada  
1987 MacDowell Colony Fellow, Peterborough, NH  
1985 MacDowell Colony Fellow, Peterborough, NH  
1983 Edna St. Vincent Millay Colony Fellowship  
PERFORMANCES
2000 Upstairs? In the Afternoon? A play written by Nancy Dean. Bronze sculpture Chimera, by Marianne Weil was part of the
set design of this off-Broadway  production and featured on the cover of Encore Magazine, NYC  October 2000
 
1992 So Grand Studio, A Gallery Performance with Marianne Weil’s sculpture included in the performance.
Produced and directed by Ted Killmer, NYC
 
CURATORIAL AND JUROR PANELS
2015 Art without Barriers, Leading Age NY Innovation of the Year Award 2015, Consultant  
2014 Margaret Ricciardi: solo exhibition of painting and sculpture, curator, National Arts Club, New York City;
March 31-April 13, 2014
 
2012 Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Annual Exhibition; National Arts Club, NYC  
2011 East End Arts/Brecknock  Hall Outdoor Sculpture Competiion  
2010 East End Arts Council/ Brecknock Hall Outdoor Sculpture Competition  
2009 Fine Arts Student exhibition, Hartwick College  
2009 Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Annual Exhibition; National Arts Club, NYC  
2005 MariTIME Bronze, a sculpture installation, Greenport, NY  
2000 East End Arts & Humanities Council, Sculpture: Three Views, Riverhead, NY  
2000 Footfalls, a Site Specific Sculpture Show, Greenport, NY  
1999 Footfalls, a Site Specific Sculpture Show, Greenport, NY  
1998 Footfalls, a Site Specific Sculpture Show, Greenport, NY  
1997 Footfalls, a Site Specific Sculpture Show, Greenport, NY  
 

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