Kata Hull: BA, Middlebury College, ('74), and the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. Kata has worked in the arts for over 25 years. She is currently a practicing artist, visiting faculty at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University; and leads drawing and collage workshops and retreats for individuals and organizations.
Kata's work has been exhibited in various juried and invitational shows, including:
"National Prize Show," Cambridge Art Association; Juried by Paul Ha, Director, List Visual Art Center at MIT, Cambridge, MA 2016
"BLUE," Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA; Juried by Katherine French, Gallery Director, Catamount Arts, VT 2015
"On the Edge," South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA; Juried by Denise Markonish, MASS MoCA curator, 2015
"Images of Grief and Healing," Chandler Gallery, Maud Morgan Arts, Cambridge, MA; Curated by Emily Newmann & Deborah Putnoi, 2015
"A Community of Artists," Juried Exhibition, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA, juried by Katherine French, 2011 and 2012
"Red," Juried Exhibition, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA 2010-11
"Off the Wall," Annual Juried Exhibition, Danforth Museum of Art, Framingham, MA, co-juried by Jen Mergel & Helen Molesworth, 2010
"Into Their Own," Middlebury College Alumni Show, Edgewater Gallery, Middlebury, VT, invitational; 2010
"About Face," juried exhibition, Gallery 1581, Brookline, MA, 2010
"Violence Transformed," juried group show at the Resnikoff Gallery, Roxbury Community College, the Massachusetts State House, and Childrens' Hospital, Boston, MA, 2009-2011
"Experiencing the War in Iraq," a juried multi-media show at Machines With Magnets, Pawtucket, RI, 2008
"Finalist, A Politic," juried show at Gallery XIV, Boston, MA, 2008
"Blue," juried show at the Cambridge Art Association, 2006–07
Essex Art Center's 13th Annual Juried Show, 2006
"Everything Begins in the Water," a juried group exhibition inaugurating the Mayyim Hayyim Gallery, Newton, MA
Essex Art Center's 10th Annual Juried Show, Lawrence, where her work received an award from juror Jock Reynolds, director of the Yale University Art Gallery
National Prize Show," Cambridge, juried by Lisa Dennison, director of the Guggenheim
"American and European Paintings," Firewall Gallery at Skinner, Boston, curated by Colleene Fesko
"4 from 11," Brickbottom Gallery, Somerville.
Hull has also exhibited in the Bi-Annual 11 Miller Street Open Studios and Somerville Open Studios, Somerville, MA; the Annual Cambridgeport Open Studios, Cambridge, MA; and the Boston Athenaeum. Her work is in corporate and private collections nationwide. She has been the design partner of a silk-screen apparel company, director of graphic design for an architectural firm, an illustrator and studio manager. Kata works out of her studio in Somerville and lives near Boston with her husband. Her two sons have flown the coop.