The following are a listing of news articles and publications featuring SAMA and it’s members.
SAMA member, Michelle Sider, is featured in ArtPrize 2021
ArtPrize® is an open, independently organized international art competition which takes place in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Since 2009, it has celebrated millions of artists working in all mediums from anywhere in the world, and is open to any creative with an artwork to enter and a venue willing to host […]
La Maison de la Mosaïque Contemporaine in Paray-Le-Monial (Bourgogne, France) was established to promote contemporary mosaics and organizes and hosts an international mosaic exhibition every year. This year, 12 Canadian artists are invited to represent Canada: Maria Abagis Margo Anton Lilian Broca Sophie Drouin Valerie McGarry Ginette Lussier Terry Nicholls […]
SAMA’s Darcel Deneau receives prestigious Kresge Artist Fellowship
Kresge Arts in Detroit has announced the artists receiving 2021 Kresge Artist Fellowships and Gilda Awards in Literary Arts and Visual Arts and Darcel Deneau has been named as a 2021 Visual Arts Fellow for Glass. Administered by the College for Creative Studies, Kresge Arts in Detroit represents one aspect of The Kresge Foundation’s […]
SAMA member, Christopher Elam co-curates Bloomington, IN exhibit
The FAR Center for Contemporary Art in Bloomington, Indiana hosted a Youth Art Month collaborative exhibit entitled “Beginner’s Mind” (March 5-12) that featured SAMA member’s Christopher Warren Elam’s mosaic ‘translations’ of his son Felix’s drawings as well as a host of ceramic works and hanging art by young artists in […]
SAMA member, Darcel Deneau is profiled by The Detroit News
Deneau is known for her urban glass mosaics which have been featured in a solo exhibition Kaleidoscope, at the Northville Art House. Read more about her work in this article from The Detroit News titled Turning the ordinary exquisite – Darcel Deneau’s Detroit mosaics.
SAMA member, Jennifer Kuhns, has been awarded a $2,500 grant from Jordan Schnitzer, in a partnership with the Jordan Schnitzer Museums of Art at the University of Oregon, Washington State University, and Portland State University, as part of a $150,000 Black Lives Matter Artist Grant Program. Each of the 20 […]