• SOLO EXHIBITION, "The Laws of Chance," Cambridge Health Associates, 335 Broadway, Cambridge, MA,, February—April 15, RECEPTION, Sunday, April 11, 3 to 5 PM paintings

Cambridge Art Association 2018 MEMBERS' PRIZE SHOW; "The Red Door," February 1st – March 23, 2018. JUROR:  Juror Joseph Carroll, of Joseph Carroll & Sons Gallery, Of 300 entries, 43 pieces were chosen. Opening reception: Friday, 2/9/18 | 5:30-7:30pm. University Place Gallery, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA, 124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

• January—February: "Repurposed"—3-Person Exhibition, Wood Collage Bas-Reliefs: "Interpretations of the Physical World": Newart Center, JUROR: Sarah Montross, DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. Artist's Talk: January 30, 6-7 PM

• SOCIAL DOCUMENTARY: "SEEING WOMAN": 30 PHOTOGRAPHS FOR ZEKE MAGAZINE'S "Through a Woman's Lens" Retrospective on Girls and Women Internationally Cuba, from SOLO exhibition, Havana, Cuba, 2015

• Fall, 2017 to Winter, 2018:  Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center Illuminations Program, 2 photographs, 3 paintings; Curator,  Beverly Therkelsen


• BLUE, 2017, JUROR: Vera Ingrid Grant, Annual Exhibition, JUROR: Vera Ingrid Grant, of the Hutchins Center for African American Art and Culture, Harvard University, December, 2017—January, 2018

• Summer Selective, 6 large paintings, Newton Open Studios, JUROR: Kathleen Smith Redman—July 25-Oct. 20

• Concord Art Association: Student/Teacher Exhibition, Painting, Reception 6-8PM, July 13, 2017

• Summer Selective, Newton Open Studios, JUROR: Kathleen Smith Redman, Newton, MA

The Fifth Annual One, ArtsWorcester, June-July 14, Worcester, MA

• Rockport Art Association, Contributing Members Exhibition, Rockport, MA

• Rockport Art Association, Experimental Group: "Unexpected, No. 4," Painting, JURIED, Rockport, MA

• Invited Small Group Exhibition, 4 Paintings, CURATOR, Katherine Miller, Newbury Court, Concord, MA

• Winter, Cambridge Art Association, Ideas of Home, Photograph "Two Women, Bulgaria"

• Winter, Concord Art Association, Roddy Annual, JUROR: Katherine French, Painting


• Fall, Cambridge Art Association, "Mary Schein Fall Salon," Painting, Cambridge, MA

• Summer Selective, Newton Open Studios, 4 photographs, JUROR, Kathleen Smith Redman

• Spring to Summer: SOLO: Photonarrative, CUBA, "Waiting for Change"— Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center

• Cuba Diversidad: A Photographic Journey, Bunker Hill Community College, Invited Small Group Exhibition & Presentation: JUROR: Laura Montgomery, with Lou Jones and others: February-April

•  Cambridge Art Association, "Unconventional Means," JUROR: Robert Siegelman

• "Circling the Seine," 30" x 40" SOLD, Cambridge Art Association: Mary Schein Fall Salon, University Place Gallery, Cambridge, MA

• Newton Open Studios, Summer Selective, Juror: Kathleen Smith Redman

 • Cambridge Art Association, "Hippolyta," Cambridge Art Association, "SELFISH," JUROR | Catherine Kehoe; Reception, Thursday, April 14th, 6-8, University Place Gallery



• Spring, 2016: SOLO PHOTONARRATIVE EXHIBITION: CUBA: Waiting for Change; Multicultural Arts Center, Cambridge, MA; Opening Reception & Poetry Reading by Cuban-American writers, May 19, 6-8 PM. 

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• Cuba Diversidad: A Photographic Journey, Bunker Hill Community College, Group Exhibition: Curator: Laura Montgomery, February 15—April 4 2016; Presentation, February, "Words and Images," February; Panel Discussion, March.


• Cambridge Art Association, "Unconventional Means," Juror: Robert Siegelman, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, "Embargo," February-March, 2016.

  • TBA, CUBA interdisciplinary production based on Trachtenberg's March, 2015 solo exhibition, Story and Community, in Havana. This production will include New England artists' responses to that show—offering the work of local lovers of Cuba and of local Cuban Americans—poets, composers, musicians, storytellers and community of all ages. It will include ethnographic interviews and street sounds.


  • Cambridge Art Association, Mary Schein Fall Salon, Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, MA
  • Narrative Street Photography: Presentation, 2015, Newton Arts Center, Newton, MA
  • FenceArt, Banners of artwork rotating among Newton public fence locations, Newton, MA, JUROR: Ellen Fisher
  • 2015, Rocky Neck Art Colony: Gloucester, MA, Printed, Painted, Folded, Torn: Paperwork, JUROR: Katherine French, Director emerita Danforth Art, Framingham, MA.
  • SOLO Photonarrative Exhibition: CUBA Story and Community :Galeria Teodoro Ramos Blanco, Cerro, Havana, Cuba


  • SOLO Exhibition: Hotel-Restaurant le Flaubert, Villenauxe-la-Grande, Champagne-Ardennes, France
  • Artist Residency: CAMAC Centre d'Art, Marnay-sur-Seine, France;
  • Biennial: Les artistes ouvrent leur porte, Open Studios, Marnay-sur-Seine, Champagne-Ardennes, France, Centre culturel, La Maison du Boulanger, France
  • Papiers collées: ONLINE; CURATOR: Ruprecht Dreher, conceptual artist showing at the Berlin Art Fair, 2015
  •; CURATOR: Glenn Ruga
  • Street Photography: Photographs of Cambridge and Boston, MA; Griffin Museum of Photography, Small Group Show, Winchester, MA; CURATOR: Harvey Stein
  • Members’ Show: Male Bather on the Seine, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, MA
  • Royal Sonesta Hotel ArtBar, 6 CUBA photographs; Cambridge, MA
  • Newton Open Studios Spring Show: Photographs and Paintings/Mixed Media: Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center
  • Cambridge Art Association: Pretty Ugly, Woman and Shadow, Havana; Juried by Camilo Alvarez, Samson Projects, Boston, MA, Kathryn Schultz Gallery
  • Concord Art Association: Photography, Drawings, Mixed Media, Crafts & Graphics; The Street, Havana and Seated Man, Havana


  • Pink Revolution, 69th Annual Members' Juried Prize Show, Cambridge Art Association, University Place Gallery, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Juror, Kate McNamara, Director & Chief Curator at the Boston University Art Gallery. Co-founder of Cleopatra’s, a Brooklyn-based project space; past curator at MoMA PS1, New York; AIR Antwerpen, Belgium; and Participant, INC., New York
  • SOLO: PHOTOGRAPHS: Trident Bookstore and Cafe, Newbury Street, Boston, MA
  • SOLO: PAINTINGS AND MIXED MEDIA: Trident Bookstore and Cafe, Newbury Street, Boston, MA
  • Mirrors and Windows: La Farmácia Johnson, Havana, Cuba, Cambridge Art Association, Juried by Dana Salvo & Dawn Southworth, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA
  • Griffin Museum of Photography: Winter Solstice Members' Show, "Newsboys"
  • NewTV Summer Selective, Newton, MA: 5 juried pieces, JUROR, Kathleen Smith, Director of Exhibits at New Art CenterNewton Mayor’s Office Summer Show, “Stay Cool”
  • Invited Group Show: "Old Structures," CURATOR: Emily Passman—September, REVIEW:
  • Danforth Museum: "Lubavitcher I," Community of Artists: JUROR, Katherine French, Danforth Museum Director, New England Chapter of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) for curatorial excellence
  • YWCA Stand Against Racism, JUROR, Karen Haas, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Jewish-Cape Verdean Seder: "Two Boys"
  • FACE TO FACE: Painting, "Face to Face," JUROR, Arlette Kayafas of Gallery Kayafas
  • Cambridge Art Association: BLUE, "Mother, Muted," Group show, JUROR, Joseph Thompson, Director, Mass MoCA
  • SECRETS: Group Show, "In the Kitchen," JUROR, Jane Young of Chase Young Gallery, Boston. The Cambridge Art Association's Kathryn Schultz Gallery, 25 Lowell Street, Cambridge
  • "Brothers, Morocco," 2013, Greater Lynn International Photographic Competition 


  • RE CYCLE: "Totem to a Marathon" JUROR, Susie Nielsen, Farm Gallery + Project Space, Wellfleet MA, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA
  • Boston Camera Club: Latimer Competition: Third Place, "Souq"
  • Newton Open Studios: New Photographs: Mexico, Morocco
  • Concord Art Association, FRANCES RODDY 13th Open Competition, "Lubavitcher I," JUROR, Jen Mergel, Beal Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
  • Scollay Square Gallery, "Friends: Morocco," "Brothers, Morocco," "Woman Baking Bread, Morocco," Boston City Hall: Art and Poetry
  • Newton Open Studios TOP TEN: JUROR, Katherine French, Director, Danforth Museum


  • April, BLUE, Cambridge Art Association


  • PHOTOGRAPHS: The Families of Cuetzálan: Chelsea Public Library



  • CUBA: Story and Community: With essays by Lic. Magdalena Rivas Rodríguezand Lic. Félix Hernández Ambrosio, Curador y Gallerista, Galería Teodoro Ramos Blanco, Havana, CUBA
  • CUBA, March, 2014: Hardcover of color photographs
  • Photograph of Kim Kashkashian, Grammy Award Violist and Free Food Organizer, in "The Melody of Nourishment," Newton Life Magazine, New England Conservatory's Music for Food Program, page 18
  • Anthology: RE CYCLED, Cambridge Art Association
  • Anthology: SECRETS, Cambridge Art Association
  • YWCA "Stand Against Racism":
  • "Jewish-Cape Verdean Seder" 
  • Book: PAIRINGS
  • Book: SEEING, Photographs and poems
  • Shalom Magazine, December, 2013
  • Book: FABRIC FRANCE, hardcover of photographs


Works owned by:

  • WGBH and the Boston Globe in celebrating the second-annual Summer Arts Walk on Newbury Street July, 2015, Robert Klein Gallery, Newbury • Street, Boston, MA

  • West Roxbury Academy, Boston Public Schools

  • The Art Connection ( an organization whose mission is to enrich and empower underserved communities by expanding access to original works of visual art
  • WGBH AUCTION, 2015
  • Greater Boston Citizenship Initiative
  • MassBay Community College
  • Workshop: Big Sister Association; Photos and Poems, Workshop with urban girls and their "big sisters": writing poems from participants' photographs, 2013, Boston, MA
  • Photographer: JEWISH-CAPE VERDEAN SEDER, 2013, Boston, MA
  • Presenter: Photographic Resource Center at Boston University


  • Ongoing Demonstrations: Photographic Resource Center at Boston University
  • 2013: New England Women in Photography: Simmons College
  • 2011-2012: NewTV GALLERY, Newton, MA: Winners of Juried Newton Open Studios, Group Show, JUROR by Katherine French, Director, Danforth Museum, Framingham, MA
  • 2012, March, Presentation: "Women in Photography Night": Photographic Resource Center, Boston University, with Lisa Kessler
  • 2011, Fall, Newton Public Library, Preview Show for Winners of Juried Exhibit; JUROR by Katherine French of the Danforth Museum
  • 2011, Fall, NEWTON OPEN STUDIOS.
  • 2010, Spring, NEWTON OPEN STUDIOS.


  • Paintings and Photographs in Private Collections in New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Chicago, North Carolina and Mexico


  • Monoprint, Collage, Painting, Drawing: Roz Ablow, Tim Harney, Bonnie Mineo, John Murray, Joanne Mattera
  • Maggie Dietz, Poet, Boston University,

MEMBERSHIPS and degrees

  • Danforth Museum of Art, NewArtCenter, ArtsWorcester, Rockport Art Association and Experimental Group, Griffin Museum of Photography, Photographic Resource Center at Boston University, Newton Open Studios, Boston Camera Club, Cambridge Art Association, Concord Art Association, Newton Art Association
  • Doctorate in Cultural Studies, Boston University
  • M.A. in Psychology, Antioch New England
  • M.Ed. in Education, Keene State College
  • Phi Beta Delta International Scholar