Nicholas Goodhue

is a Waltham-based multidisciplinary artist from Bridgewater, Massachusetts. His practice draws from personal experiences and explores boyhood in relation to American suburbia with repeating themes of privilege, toxic masculinity, and substance abuse. He received his BFA in Art Education from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2016 and his MFA in Studio Arts at Maine College of Art in 2022. Nicholas has shown work in group exhibitions in galleries around the Boston area, including Fountain Street Gallery in Boston’s SOWA Art District, and was an artist in residence at School of Visual Arts in the summer of 2022. Nicholas is both a practicing artist and art educator, where he has been teaching in Waltham’s McDevitt Middle School for the past 5 years.

Brooke Adams

is an artist and educator using storytelling for social change. Experienced in visual art, photography, and writing, Brooke combines these practices with a curious mind and spirit of adventure. Originally from California, EEUU, Brooke discovered the power of storytelling while studying in South Africa. After five years working in health education in Sub-Saharan Africa, Brooke now spends her time teaching young adults the power of their own stories.

Wesley Alvarado

is a Salvadoran-American artist, raised in South Central LA, residing in DC, who is trained as an architect. Alvarado raduated from Boston Architectural College in 2019 with a Bachelor in Architecture. Alvarady has worked concurrently in various firms and in a wide range of projects - from residential houses to transportation stations and restaurants. Currently works for an architecture firm in DC designing hospitality spaces. As an artist Alvarado works in a variety of media. The 3D works are rooted in found-objects that are haptic, worn, imperfect and aged; usually starting off as experiments of material joining - a tinkering curiosity - that eventually find their footing.