Elizabeth King inducted into National Academy
NO. 16, 2017
We are pleased to announce Elizabeth King's induction into teh National Academy, New York. Founded in 1825, the National Academy fosters the awareness, appreciation, teaching, and professional practice of art in America. The National Academy Museum collects and exhibits historic and contemporary American art. The members elect notable American artists and architects to membership in an honorary association of their peers, whose work is collected and displayed at the Museum.
Elizabeth King at MASS MoCA
Radical Small, opens March 4, 2017
Elizabeth King to give the First Annual Linda Pace Visiting Artist Lecture
in conjunction with "Intense and Fragile," Russell Hill Rogers Galleries, The Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, TX:
A mention of the lecture appears in the blog of Eddie Dupuy, Dean of the Southwest School of Art
Elizabeth King: In her Studio
Elizabeth King receives an Anonymous Was A Woman Award
Anonymous Was A Woman announced today the ten artists selected to receive the
Foundation’s nineteenth annual awards. The recipients are all women over 40 years of
age who have significantly contributed to their field, while continuing to grow and pursue
their work. The grant supports and sustains the creative voice and role of the mature
female artist, an often under-represented demographic.