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Everything you ever wanted to know about Shelley Picot (not really).
 

exhibitions

2019

The Shape of Things to Come: Shelley Picot, Gretchen Schermerhorn, Amare Selfu, and Vidya Vijayasekharan, Curated by Amina Cooper, Betty Mae Kramer Gallery, Silver Spring, MD

Oh, Hi., Big Toe Gallery, Online Space for Digital-Based Works (Solo)

2018

Unframed, Willow Street Gallery, Washington, DC

2017

NextGen 4.0, Juried by Cathy C. Cook and Tim Doud, Kaplan Gallery, VisArts, Rockville, MD

Lamppoon: Colleen Billing, Eleanor Farley, Shelley Picot, Curated by Julia Owens, AUTOMAT, Philadelphia, PA

2016

The Drawing Board, Curated by Cory Oberndorfer, District of Columbia Arts Center, Washington, DC

2014

Slow Noise, Curated by Hiroshi Tachibana, Provisional, Johnson, VT

2013

Arches Juried Student Print Biennial, Gallery 808, Boston University, Boston, MA

Senior Thesis Exhibition, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA


awards & residencies

2017

VisArts NextGen 4.0 Jury's Award

Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award in Sculpture/Installation

2014

Vermont Studio Center Residency and Artist Grant, Johnson, VT

2013

Departmental Honors for thesis in studio art, Mount Holyoke College

2012

Margaret V. C. Gould Scholarship for studio art, Mount Holyoke College

Career Development Award for Internship in Book Arts Techniques, Mount Holyoke College


project involvement

2013

Participant in Ricerche: three by Sharon Hayes, South Hadley, MA

2012

Assistant to Jon Goodman, Master Printer, for Petah Coyne, Williamsburg, MA

Installation Assistant, Artists and the Noble Profession, Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, South Hadley, MA


education

2013

BA, Studio Art, Magna Cum Laude, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA