Mary Addison HACKETT

Various Positions at COOP
1/6/2017


COOP GALLERY PRESENTS
Various Positions 
– Michael Dickins
– Mary Addison Hackett
– KJ Schumacher
 
January 7 – JAN. 31, 2017
Opening Reception: Jan 5, 6pm-9pm | COOP Gallery, 507 Hagan St, Nashville, TN 37203
 
COOP Gallery is proud to present Various Positions, an exhibition of multidisciplinary work by Michael Dickins, Mary Addison Hackett, and  KJ Schumacher.  

Final Friday Podcast Interview
8/26/2016


Podcast interview with Greg Swiger over at Final Friday.
"Mary Addison Hackett is a Nashville-based artist who works with video and painting, but also social practice and documentary.  We had a great conversation about her practice, chair collection, and more."

REVIEW: Seed Space examines art of mending
5/29/2016


Review by Sara Estes for The Tennessean

REVIEW: Mary Addison Hackett at Seed Space, Nashville
5/24/2016


Review by Erica Ciccarone for Burnaway

SOLO Show: The Repair Project (And Other Affairs of Just Plain Living) at SEED SPACE
5/6/2016


May 7-June 6
The Repair Project (And Other Affairs of Just Plain Living)
SEED SPACE
1201 4th Avenue South
Nashville TN 37210 

HONORS: Hambidge Creative Residency Fellow
4/19/2016


March 29-April 17, 2016
I recently returned from a three-week residency fellowship at Hambidge where I had the gift of time and space to continue editing a documentary short, and produce a suite of new videos works and paintings. 



REVIEW: AJC review by Felicia Feaster.
1/18/2016


Review of solo, "A Tin of Egyptian Cigarettes" at Marcia Wood Gallery.

SOLO Show at Marcia Wood Gallery
1/4/2016


January 7 - February 6, 2016 
Mary Addison Hackett
A Tin of Egyptian Cigarettes  
Opening reception: Thursday Jan 7, 7 - 9
Marcia Wood Gallery
1037 Monroe Dr. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
 

PUBLICATION: n+1 literary magazine
12/1/2015


Seashells, will be featured in issue #24 of n+1, a literary magazine based in New York. The image will accompany a piece of writing by Sara Resnick. Available online and in-print Dec 7th

GROUP SHOW: ARTIST-RUN THE SATELLITE SHOW MIAMI
11/16/2015


ART IN AMERICA 
Curated by Julie Torres  
Tiger Strikes Asteroid’s
ARTIST-RUN THE SATELLITE SHOW MIAMI
December 1-6, 2015

ART IN AMERICA assembles a constellation of artwork from across the US featuring one small work per artist, representing every state + Puerto Rico. This installation acts as a literal map of activity, documenting the current conversation of and about art-making taking place across the country.

PARTICIPATION:Community Slide Show in conjunction with Vesna Pavlović's Lost Art
10/11/2015

Community Slide Show
in conjunction with Vesna Pavlović's Lost Art, I presented a selection of vintage slides depicting floral arrangements and table settings from the 1940's through 1960's. 

On Saturday, October 10, Zeitgeist Gallery invites members of the community to bring, project, and share their personal collections of slide photography in the gallery.  

Featuring artists: Michael Aurbach, Susan De May, Mary Addison Hackett, Jana Harper, Kelli Hix, Robin Paris, Marilyn Murphy, Betsey Robinson, John Warren, and Emily Happell Williams, PSU Film & Video.

PRESS: "Best of Nashville," writers' choice for Best Solo Show," Nashville Scene, 2015
10/11/2015

Best Solo Exhibit 
Mary Addison Hackett’s Crazy Eyes at David Lusk Gallery
By 
Writers' Choice
 

micro-SCREENING: Studio Visit micro-doc hosted at The Nashville Scene
9/29/2015


Fall 2015

The Nashville Scene has been hosting some of the recent micro-docs.

The Studio Visit short films are a series of micro-documentaries that focus on conversations I have with contemporary artists and cultural spaces in the South and beyond. They are an extension of my studio practice and came about as I began questioning my own work, and the ever-shifting role of artists in society.