I’m back from my residency at Acadia National Park and in the process of catching up with everything. It was a wonderful 19 days, blessed with good weather (including that space weather that gave me auroras to photograph), a full moon, and dark skies, but I’m also glad to be back home.
I have many things to highlight so I’ll keep things short. I just posted about client exhibitions on my Nickelson Editions news blog, including Linden Frederick in NYC, many NE clients at the new VoxPhotographs space in Portland, and the upcoming CMCA Biennial in Rockport, ME. I’ll continue to update upcoming exhibitions on that blog.
For my own photography, I’m honored to be a Critical Mass Finalist and I’m looking forward to an upcoming Pecha Kucha presentation in Winchester, MA on October 5th (tickets need to be purchased by September 29th). I also have an image included in the NightVisions V exhibition at the Cocorino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff, AZ.
If you are interested in the Acadia artist residency, they are now accepting applications for next year with applications due January 15th, 2015. There is also a paid artist residency with 6 former artists-in-residence coming up October 6th, a very lovely time to be up on Schoodic in Acadia.
This weekend is the Acadia Night Sky Festival, too, with many events all over the area. There are many wonderful opportunities, including many for free, and it is well worth checking out. You can find out more at their website or in this blog post, too.