Anika Smulovitz marks several accomplishments in 2018.
The Idaho Commission on the Arts awarded Smulovitz a fellowship in visual arts. Smulovitz spent a residency at the Smitten Forum at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico and was chosen by a jury to become an artisan member of the Society of American Silversmiths.
Her work was featured in several past exhibitions:
The Smitten Forum Exhibition, an invitational exhibition at the Form and Concept Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Spoon, an invitational exhibition at the Leo W. Jenkins Fine Arts Center, at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, Northwest Passage, a regional juried exhibition; in conjunction with 2018 SNAG conference at Alchemy Jewelers in Portland, Oregon.
Upcoming exhibitions include:
Uneasy Beauty: Discomfort in Contemporary Adornment, an invitational exhibition at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Massachusetts, the Idaho Commission on the Arts Fellowship Exhibition, a touring exhibition in Boise, Idaho Falls, Lewiston and Twin Falls, Future Room Exhibition, an invitational exhibition at the Museo Del Gioiello in Vicenza, Italy.
Smulovitz will also be part of an exhibition at the Gem State Center for the Art in November curated by Boise State alumni Eric Mullis and Kelly Cox. She is making work to donate to the bi-annual Shrinky Dink fundraiser auction at Surel’s Place in October.