April-May 2017: A Little Abstracted, curated by Marcia Santore, at Twiggs Gallery, Cornerstone Design, Boscawen NH. Featuring small(ish) abstract work by Ethel Hills, Lotus Lien, Kate Higley, and Marcia Santore.
January 12, 2017: An Interview with Marcia Santore by Kate Higley. " ... My primary aim is to keep exploring—I think exploration and discovery are at the heart of the art-making process. ..."
September 27, 2016: Color as a Revitalizing Force. Dr. Maria Sanders interviews Marcia Santore on www.philosophy4life.com on WPCR 91.7 radio, talking about color: how colors interact with each other and people's response to colors and those interactions.
Have you ever thought about the impact color has on ourselves as well as on our communities? Do strong, bold colors affect our psyches and senses differently than perhaps softer colors? What is the historical relevance of color preferences during particular time periods? In this episode, these questions are explored through a discussion with New Hampshire artist Marcia Santore, whose works embody strong, bold colors.
March-April 2016: "Too Late" shown at Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, Illinois as part of the exhibition "One in Herself"
October 2015: Three paintings accepted to a national juried show at Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition.
July-August 2015: FORCE OF NATURE at Karl Drerup Art Gallery and Silver Center for the Arts. "Wind in Her Sails" was included in this national exhibition, juried by Judith Brodsky.
February 2 - May 31, 2015: Invited guest artist, Artistic Roots Gallery, Main St., Plymouth NH
March 3 – April 11, 2014: MOMMA, curated by Marcia Santore, Silver Center for the Arts, Plymouth State University
Winter 2013: New Hampshire Artist of the Year,TC TOSCA Magazine
February-March 2013: GROWL exhibition at Karl Drerup Art Gallery organized by Marcia Santore