Guest Artist & Presenter, Center for Integrated Media, CalArts, Valencia, CA. Installation “Sonic Planetarium,” and workshop, “Software Defined Radio for Artists” in the speaker series, ‘Conversations on Technology, Media and Practice,’ January 22-27, 2018.
Ground Station – Cleveland exhibition reviews by Steven Litt, The Plain Dealer, “Spaces explores outer space with Heidi Neilson’s ‘Ground Station'” and SPACES Kid Art Review #10
2018 New Work Grant, Individual Artist Support, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Greater New York Arts Development Fund, in partnership with the City Council, Queens Council on the Arts, New York, NY
Forest & Stream, a collaboration with Nicholas Fraser, included in You Are Here NYC: Art, Information and Mapping, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, 144 West 14th St, NYC, September 21 – November 22, 2017
Sonic Planetarium on view at the Hirshhorn Museum as part of DC Listening Lab’s Sound Scene Festival, Washington DC, Saturday July 8, 2017
Introducing Sonic Planetarium, New York Electronic Art Festival, Harvestworks, New York, NY, June 16-18, Opening reception: Friday June 16th 7-9pm; Open to the public: Saturday and Sunday June 17 and 18, 4-7pm Sonic Planetarium website
Arrowmont Instructor Exhibition, Arrowmont, Gatlinburg, TN, May 13 – July 22, 2017.
Alumnae Spotlight: Heidi Neilson, Women’s Studio Workshop online feature, March 14, 2017
“Beach Ball Antennas Project,” by Heidi Neilson, in QST magazine, published by ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio, March 2017, p. 75-76.
Expanded Reading: the Book to Come, curated by Inge Bruggeman. An exhibition exploring embodied meaning through the physical, material and visual reading of the artist’s book, featuring work by Harriet Bart, Heather Green, Sun Young Kang, Katherine Kuehn, Heidi Neilson, Felicia Rice and Kaia Sand. Sheppard Contemporary, University Galleries, Art Department, University of Nevada Reno. February 9, 2017 – March 17, 2017