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The Dana Hall Art Gallery

Artist-in-Residence Program

The Scattergood-Moore Artist-in-Residence Program was established in 2016 through a generous gift by a former student of long-time Dana Hall art teacher Gene Scattergood-Moore to celebrate his legacy of dedicated teaching and exhibiting of regional artists in the Dana Art Gallery.
The program brings in young, up-and-coming female artists from diverse backgrounds to exhibit and set up studio in the Dana Art Gallery. Past artists-in-residence have created new work in the gallery, engaging current Dana Hall art students to share their ideas, expertise, and working methods, and give gallery talks to visitors.

The 2019 Scattergood-Moore Artist-in-Residence is artist Dinora Justice. Ms. Justice works in drawing, painting, and installation art, with a concentration on highly patterned surfaces that create images inspired by the figure and nature. Originally from Brazil, Ms. Justice received her MFA at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. She currently lives and works in Newton, MA. She will be in the gallery and on campus from February 11th to March 7th, 2019. More about the artist can be found on her website:

For more information about future residencies at the Dana Art Gallery, including how to apply, please contact Gallery Director Michael Frassinelli at:


Michael Frassinelli 
Gallery Director 

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