Mia Carollo Cross
Boston University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Magna Cum Laude, Double Major Painting & Sculpture, 2014
Venice Italy Studio Arts Program, 2013
One & Two Person* Exhibitions
2018 Crossover, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, MA*
2018 Cross & Zeese: Work in Progress, Sasaki, Watertown, MA*
2017 Color Me In, Firehouse Center for the Arts, Newburyport, MA
2017 Mia Cross: Second Skin, 13FOREST Gallery, Arlington, MA
2016 Heads Up, Amazing Things Art Center, Framingham, MA
2016 In Place, Fountain Street Gallery, Framingham, MA*
2013 Oh Dear, Gallery 5, Boston, MA
2018 Faces, Site: Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY.
2018 One End Open, Paula Estey Gallery, Newburyport, MA
2018 Face It, Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, MA
2018 Thrive, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, MA
2017 Small Wonder, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, MA
2017 Plenty, 13FOREST Gallery, Arlington, MA
2017 She X 4, Amazing Things Art Center, Framingham, MA
2017 Faces and Figures, Pawtucket Arts Collaborative Mill Gallery, Pawtucket, RI
2017 Yellow Too, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, MA
2017 Fine, FPAC Atlantic Wharf Gallery, Boston, MA
2017 CAA Emerging Exhibition. Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, MA
2017 In Deep Water, Flatrocks Gallery, Gloucester, MA
2017 Women's Fund Pop Up Exhibition, Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Boston, MA
2017 Alchemy, Rocky Neck Cultural Center, Gloucester, MA
2017 Focus on the Figure, juror Dan Thompson, North River Arts Society, Marshfield Hills, MA
2017 It's Spring, Springdale Gallery, Framingham, MA
2017 Altered: Artists Advocating for Survivors of Domestic Violence, 578 E. 25th Street, Ogden, UT
2017 Yellow, Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery, Framingham, MA
2017 Fresh, Rocky Neck Cultural Center, Gloucester, MA
2017 Member's Prize Show, juror Randi Hopkins, University Place Gallery, Cambridge, MA
2017 Ideas of Home, University Place Gallery, Cambridge, MA
2016 Show Number One, Springdale Gallery, Framingham, MA
2016 Holiday Pop Up, Syd & Sam, Cambridge, MA
2016 Plenty, 13FOREST Gallery, Arlington, MA
2016 It's Only Human: Exploring the Biases that Shape Our World, Warehouse XI, Somerville, MA
2016 Fay Chandler Emerging Artist Exhibition, Boston City Hall, Boston, MA
2016 Distinguishing Features, Attleboro Arts Museum, Attleboro, MA
2016 Blanche Ames National Juried Art Exhibition, The Ames Mansion Museum, Easton, MA
2016 TENFOLD, 13FOREST Gallery, Arlington, MA
2016 Heads Up, Stage Gallery, Amazing Things Art Center, Framingham, MA
2016 The New England Collective VII Seventh Annual Juried Exhibition, Galatea Gallery, Boston, MA
2016 Heat, Bromfield Gallery, Boston, MA
2016 Sun Ship: Benefit Auction for Arts, Letters & Numbers, Wilmer Jennings Gallery, New York City, NY
2016 Framework: Emerging Artists Exhibition, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA
2016 Danforth Art Annual: 2016 Juried Exhibition, juror Jessica Roscio, Danforth Art Museum, Framingham, MA
2016 Gravity, juror Katherine French, Brookline Arts Center, Brookline, MA
2016 Self ish, juror Catherine Kehoe, University Place Gallery, Cambridge, MA
2016 The Uncanny Home of Our Imagination, Nave Gallery Annex, Somerville, MA
2016 30 Below, Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, MA
2015 Small Works Show, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA
2015 Feminist Fiber Art Exhibit, Arts at the Armory, Somerville, MA
2015 AGC Spring Art Exhibition, StoveFactory Gallery, Charlestown, MA
2014 Thirty Nine, 808 Gallery, Boston, MA
2013 Bigger Than a Bread Box, Gallery 5 ½, Boston, MA
2013 Forms, Gallery 5, Boston, MA
2013 Day By Day, Gallery 5, Boston, MA
2013 American Expatriate Show, BU Venice School, Venice, Italy
"We the People II", Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway Leather District Mural, Boston, MA
Amazing Things Center for the Arts Mural Collaboration with Sorin Bica, Framingham, MA
Oil Painting Portrait Workshop. Maud Morgan Arts, Cambridge, MA.
Live Portrait Demo. Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA.
The Aland Archipelago Residency, Kokar, Finland, November 2018 (forthcoming)
Sasaki Artist in Residence Collaboration, Watertown, MA, March 2018
Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT, September 2017
Goetemann Artist Residency, Gloucester, MA, October 2016
Arts Letters and Numbers, Averill Park, New York, May 2015
Bruce J. Anderson Foundation Grant, 2017
Assets for Artists MASS MoCA Grant, 2016
Blanche E. Colman Grant, 2016
Artscope Magazine Centerfold Contest Winner. March/April 2018 Issue.
Pawtucket Arts Collaborative Prize, Faces & Figures, Pawtucket, RI, 2017
Vermont Studio Center Boston University Alumni Fellowship, 2017
Honorable Mention, Focus on the Figure, Marshfield Hills, MA, 2017
Walter Feldman Fellowship Finalist, 2016
Juror’s Award, Framework: Emerging Artists Exhibition, Watertown, MA, 2016
Emerging Artist Award, Danforth Art Annual: 2016 Juried Exhibition, Framingham, MA, 2016
People’s Choice Award, AGC Spring Art Exhibition, Charlestown, MA, 2015
Three Gold Keys, Scholastic Art Awards, Boston, MA, 2010
MetroWest Daily News. Creative Crossover by Chris Bergeron. June 2018.
Boston Voyager Magazine. Check out Mia Cross's Artwork. May 2018.
Artscope Magazine. Figurative Centerfold Contest Winner. March/ April 2018 Issue.
Boston Voyager Magazine. Meet Mia Cross of X Studios. April 2018.
Boston Voyager Magazine. #BostonCreatives: The Locals Who Inspire Us. April 2018.
Rose Kennedy Greenway. Mia Cross, "We the People II" Artist Statement. November 2017.
Art Outdoors. "Make Eye Contact Many Times with "We the People II". November 12, 2017.
North End Waterfront. "Painting Begins on New Mural by Local Artist Mia Cross." October 4th, 2017.
Studio Visit Magazine. Artist Feature. Volume 36.
Fountain Street Fine Art. "The Story Behind the Trashy Ladies". November 30th, 2016.
Flux Boston. "Weekly Wrap-Up for November 18-30th", November 18th, 2016.
Artscope Magazine. "Exhibit Openings". November-December 2016 Issue.
Art New England Magazine, "Gallery FlashPoints". October 2016.
Big Red & Shiny. "An Interview with 13Forest Gallery on its Tenth Anniversary", October 25th, 2016.
Metrowest Daily News. Natasha Geffen. "Danforth juried show is handpicked and fresh". July 10th, 2016.
The Boston Globe. Cate McQuaid. "At Radcliffe, a child's-eye view of art, and vice versa". April 5th, 2016.