Psst… I’m blogging again! Read the latest post here: Sitting with Discomfort when the Art Isn’t Me.

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions + Appearances

“The Mother Cycle”: A 6,000 Circles project and installation: a collaborative project of the Women’s Caucus for Art, Massachusetts Chapter, with the National WCA, The Calling, and artists and organizations from around the world; project begins with an art creation circle in March 2024, and will travel throughout Massachusetts as an installation from April-November

    • April: Main Street Studio (Fitchburg, MA)
    • May: Gale Free Library (Holden, MA)
    • June: Smokestack Roasters (Lunenburg, MA)
    • October: Gallery Sitka (Newport, RI)
    • November: New Dawn Arts Center (Ashburnham, MA)

Looking Ahead

2024: first stage of a Community Labyrinth at New Dawn Arts Center (Ashburnham, MA)

Summer 2024: publication in “Voice of the Moon” poetry anthology, published and edited by Water Penny Press

October-November 2024: Solo Show at New Dawn Arts Center (Ashburnham, MA)

Fall 2025 (date TBD): Material Needs Grant group exhibit at ArtsWorcester

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I am Alana. I’m an intuitive artist, a poet, an intersectional activist, an abolitionist, and a facilitator of creative experiences. In other words, a multidisciplinary creative being!

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with so much love,

alana