Fellow Fridays: Molly Anders, David Hutcheson,
Tinja Ruusuvuori, and Agnes Walden

Friday, April 5, 2024
5-8 PM

Join us for Fellow Fridays featuring our 2023-2024 Fellows who have been in residence at the Fine Arts Work Center since October 2023. Showcases will feature artist exhibitions and public readings. 

Featured Fellows



Molly Anders is a fiction writer from Kentucky. Her work has appeared in The North American Review, Cimarron ReviewThe Stinging FlyTin House, and elsewhere. She has received fellowships from the Norman Mailer Center and the James Merrill House and was the 2020-2021 Grace Paley Fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center. She attended the MFA Program at Syracuse University, where she won the Joyce Carol Oates Fiction Prize. Anders is a returning Fellow.



David Hutcheson is a poet from eastern Carolina living in the Hudson River Valley. His poems can be found in A Dozen NothingMichigan Quarterly ReviewNo Tokens, and Ploughshares. Hutcheson is a returning Fellow from 2017-2018.

Photo by Sasha Wortzel


Tinja Ruusuvuori is a multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker with a focus on subjective and creative documentary-making. She is interested in choosing charged objects, images, and gestures that obey some mysterious order—and cultivating rather than eradicating that sense of mystery. Through her careful investigation of everyday phenomena, it emerges that these stand as metaphors for wider questions about how and why we live together. With tenderness and humor, she seeks in her work to question a forward trajectory. This often involves an invitation to others to coauthor and collaborate. Ruusuvuori holds an MLitt in Fine Art Practice from the Glasgow School of Art and a BA in documentary film directing from Aalto University, Helsinki. She has participated in residencies at the Cité International des Arts Paris and at the Fine Arts Work Center, while her work has been shown at international film festivals, including Visions du Réel, Toronto Hot Docs, Camden International Film Festival, and London Short Film Festival. In 2019, Ruusuvuori received the Uusi Aalto Award for new talent in Finnish cinema. She lives and works in Tampere, Finland. Ruusuvuori is a returning Fellow from 2022-2023.



Agnes Walden is a painter concerned with transgender subjectivities and the ways in which attempts to describe trans life are conditioned by allegory. Recent solo exhibitions include Aurora Consurgens at Launch F18 in New York, Favors at An Sylvia Exhibitions in Chicago, and Laundry Day at AMFM Gallery in Chicago. Her paintings and writing have been featured in publications such as New American PaintingsASAP/Journal, and Saatchi Art’s 2021 Rising Stars Report. In 2020, Walden received a grant from The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation. She holds an MFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design and a BA in Studio Art from Colorado College. She has taught as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Drawing at Rhode Island School of Design and as a high school art teacher at The Dalton School. Walden lives and works in New York.

The Stanley Kunitz Common Room and the Hudson D. Walker Gallery are accessible facilities in compliance with ADA guidelines.

If  you require assistance to access these venues, please call the Fine Arts Work Center at 508-487-9960 ext. 101 in advance of your visit.

This event was made possible in part by the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod.

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