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Brown Foundation Fellows at Dora Maar: new crop of artists in the South of France

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston has announced the next ten Brown Foundation Fellows who will take up residence at the Dora Maar House during the Fall 2011 term (July to November): visual artist Jane Boyd; composer David Chaillou; visual artist Lisa Corrine Davis; composer Chia-Yu Hsu; writer, director and media artist John Jesurun; sculptor Mamiko Otsubo; writer Sarah Schulman; women‟s studies scholar Cheryl Toman; curator Kristina Van Dyke; and playwright Mona Washington. It’s the resdiency’s fifth year sending artists the South of France, to muse in Picasso’s mistress’s old house, in a sunny, dry climate  surprisingly reminiscent of the Texas Hill Country.

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