Shows during Summer 2018:
REFUGE, group show curated by Gerald Auten, featuring What Happened from the What Started It series. Opening 5:45 pm June 26 at the Strauss Gallery in the Hopkins Center, Hanover, NH. Show will be up June 26 - August 26.
CHEST, solo sculpture show opening at Somerville Media Center Gallery on June 1, 7-9 pm. Show features the CHEST sculpture series, and will be up June 1- June 29, Somerville MA: https://www.somervillemedia.org/
CELEBRATE, group show curated by Liz Faust and Adam David Bencomo, in conjunction with Baltimore Pride, featuring 3 works from Act of Looking. Work will be up at Dooby's in Baltimore, MD June 1 - June 28. Opening June 16 (during Baltimore Pride), details here.
Events during Summer 2018:
GENDER-INCLUSIVE DESIGN NIGHT, cohosted by SmartDesign and Women in Innovation, in NYC on Monday July 16. Participants will hear perspectives from gender 'experts' and design strategists, and take part in a mini design-challenge around creating more inclusive products and experiences for gender-diverse individuals. https://womenininnovation.co/programs/ . (Registration required).
SEXUAL ORIENTATION, INCLUSION, AND GENDER IDENTITY, a panel discussion in conjunction with the screening of Suited, the HBO documentary about a tailoring company that caters to transgender and non-binary clients, 6/6:30 pm, June 28, Somerville, MA - details here (free). Panelists include Matt Storm, writer Hannah Simpson, and educator and community leader Leo Morris, who will also serve as moderator. Organized by Somerville Media Center, HBO, and the City of Somerville.
Summer 2018 Press:
June 2018 Interview with Six by Eight Press
June 2018 Interview with F-Stop Magazine:
Also featured at Wobneb Magazine: https://medium.com/wobneb-magazine/featured-photographer-matt-storm-b23d12b95cca
June 2018 Interview with Somerville Community Access Television:
BODIES, group show curated by Amy Lokoff, at Otis Street Arts Project September 15 - October 13, opening 6-9 pm Sept 15, Mt. Rainier MD (just outside of DC).
Storm is available for artist talks, gallery and exhibition opportunities, and panels related to the topics in his work. His art addresses the theme of identity, primarily though visual topics of self-portraiture and queer and transgender issues.