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Ali Beaudette is a multidisciplinary artist and library worker from Central Massachusetts. Her practice includes photography, installation and writing and explores archives management and systems of classification. She received a BFA in interrelated media from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Spring 2020 and spent a semester in the Criticism and Curatorial Practice Program at OCAD University in Fall 2019. Over the past eleven years, Ali has worked at numerous public and academic libraries. She is interested in studying the intersection of art and libraries with representation and access.



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Exhibitions:


- Bookmark, Greenville Public Library, Greenville, RI, October 2021

- New England Photography, Greenville Public Library, Greenville, RI, April 2021

- All School Show, Godine Family Gallery, Boston, MA, 2019

- Restored 2019, North Gallery, Boston, MA 2019
Un / Earthed, Godine Family Gallery, Boston, MA, 2018
- SIM Big Show, Godine Family Gallery, Boston, MA, 2018
- Biology, Memories, Experiences & Dreams, Godine Family Gallery, Boston, MA, 2018

- All School Show, Godine Family Gallery, Boston, MA, 2018 


Publications:


How a Small-Town Art Installation Became an Unlikely TikTok Sensation, ARTnews, 2021

- Godine Family Gallery 2017/2018 Publication


Miscellaneous:


-  Researcher, Nicolás Consuegra, Assisted artist, Nicolás Consuegra with various research for upcoming projects. 2019-2022.


- Researcher, 10x10 Photobooks, Provided assistance researching photobooks published between 1843 and 1938 for the “What They Saw: Historical Photobooks by Women, 1843–1999” published in November 2021.

- Panel Moderator, Creative Counterpoints: Trans* Representing the Transgender Body with Dr. Jack Halberstam, Visiting Professor of English and Gender Studies at Columbia University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA, 2019


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