Multicultural Arts Center Solo Exhibit
I am delighted to say that the project “This Miracle” has been chosen by Shelley Neill , Executive Director, for a solo show at the Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This exhibition will run from September 9 through October 25.
THE fence 8th Edition, NEW ENGLAND regional Photographers Showcase
I am so very pleased to announce that work from my project “Siren Song” will be a part of The Fence, in Boston, in the Spring/Summer of 2020. The Fence is an outdoor photography exhibition series presented in Atlanta, GA; Boston, MA; Brooklyn, NY; Calgary, AB; Denver, CO; Houston, TX; Sarasota, FL; and Seattle, WA . Thank you so very much to jurors Meg Birnbaum, Erin Carey, Karen Davis, Iaritza Menjivar, Elin Spring, and Paula Tognarelli for your support.
SE Center for Photography
If you happen to be anywhere near Greenville, SC, in July do stop by the SE Center for Photography to see the show “Home,” juried by Lisa Woodward and Mia Dalglish. I am delighted that this image, from the project “This Miracle,” was chosen for inclusion in this exhibition.
lacda Top 40
It is an honour to have had a piece from my work “Siren Song” chosen for LACDA’s Top 40 International Juried Competition. I am also pleased to say that my photo was used for the poster. Thank you to Bryan Barcena and Nicholas Barlow, as well as Rex Bruce.
On January 13, 2019, Nicole Hawkins added an article in the online magazine Aint-Bad. Aint-Bad wrote on their Instagram account, “Tamar Granovsky (@tamargranovsky) is an artist you’ll want to keep tabs on! Don’t miss her hauntingly nostalgic portrayal of Brazil’s Bahia State.”
12th Julia cameron Award
I am pleased to write that I have received an Honourable Mention in the 12th Julia Cameron Award for Fine Art Series for Non-Professionals. This is for my ongoing project, "This Miracle.” Thank you to the Jurors.
11th Julia cameron award
I’m very honoured to have won Runner Up in the 11th Julia Cameron Award for the Abstract & Still Life category. Thank you to the Jurors. The work is part of my on going project “This Miracle” which is a personal exploration into the human landscape in Bahia, Brasil.