Katherine Mitchell DiRico
Katherine Mitchell DiRico is a Boston based artist who investigates how we negotiate systems, visibility, and intimacy through video installation, sculpture, and drawing. She has mounted solo exhibitions at the Carol Schlosberg Alumni Gallery at Montserrat College of Art, in Beverly, MA; 57delle in Boston, MA; and the Porcelynne Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Her work has been featured at international venues including the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland and Stockwell Studios, London, England. National exhibitions include the Institute of Contemporary Art, Grossman Gallery at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Massachusetts Campus Compact Conference on Civic Engagement, all in Boston, MA; the September Gallery, in Hudson, NY; and in San Francisco, CA at the SomArts Cultural Center, 66balmy Gallery, and Crucible Steel Gallery.
Mitchell DiRico’s work has been reviewed in publications including the Vincent Curtis Educational Register: Interdisciplinary Art Education: Creativity in a Culture of Choice; and HESA inprint, Helsinki, Finland. Her awards include a Montague Travel Grant and the President’s Research Grant from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, and the 2018 Walter Feldman Fellowship, juried by Jen Mergel. She holds a BA in Cultural Anthropology and Performance from Smith College and the University of Dakar, Senegal, as well as an MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in installation, photography, and drawing.