Guggenheim Fellow, Macdowell Colony Fellow, New York Foundation For the Arts Fellow, Jerome Foundation Media Arts Grantee, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program, subsidized studio space, (current), Part-time Associate Professor, Parsons School of Art, Media and Technology (1998-present)

Solo exhibitions at the Tatinsian Gallery (Chelsea) and Rice University Art Gallery (Houston), installation commissioned by Fotofest (Houston), the Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD, local non-profit spaces including Exit Art, White Columns, Artists Space, Franklin Furnace and P.S. 1

Lectures/Panels: Yale University; WGSS/GLBT 25th Anniversary; SUNY/Albany; University of Connecticut; New York University; Montclair State University; College Art Association.

"Moving Pictures," Michael Ennis, Texas Monthly, May 2002, p 136.
"Looking Past the Present," Dan R Goddard, San Antonia Express News, 3/10/2002
"Flash Forward," Janet Kutner, The Dallas Morning News, Sun, March 17, 2002
"FotoFest 2002," Vinod Hopson, NY Arts, May 2002
"FotoFatigue," Kelly Klaasmeyer, Houston Press, March 21-27, 2002
"Was Krazy Kat a Boy or a Girl?" Anne H Roberts, Out Smart Magazine, April 2002
"Manly on The Plaid," catalog, Kimberly Davenport, Rice University Art Gallery, Houston 2000
"Still Life with Mouse, Martha Burgess's interactive art drags (and clicks) an old genre into the modern era," Kelly Klaasmeyer, Houston Press, December 7, 2000
"The Rain in Spain (and Houston) stays 'Manly on the Plaid'," Maria Stalford, The Rice Thresher, November 17, 2000.
"Martha Burgess at Gary Tatintsian," Sarah Valdez, Art In America, Feb 2001, p 139-40. MFA, Yale University





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