June - Michael’s June 29 speaking program at the Attleboro Art Museum’s Art Lovers Book Club was covered in advance by My Backyard News. You can read this piece by clicking here.
March / April - Michael was quoted in the March / April issue of Art New England Magazine speaking about the Providence Art Club in the publication’s Destination: Rhode Island feature. Read this article by clicking here.
July 9 - Excerpts from Michael's article The Genius of Jay-Z and Beyoncé at the Louvre were featured on CreativePlanetNetwork. You can read their article by clicking here.
July 5 - In her review of the Providence Art Club exhibition America, Now, ArtScope Magazine writer and critic J. Fatima Martins says "Rose is quickly becoming a star in the curatorial field, skilled in balancing the traditional with the contemporary." Read her article by clicking here.
June 18 - Michael was featured as a GuestMindsetter by GoLocalProv, and his piece The Genius of Jay-Z and Beyoncé at the Louvre was republished on their site. You can see the piece on GoLocaProv by clicking here.
June 1 - Michael's Instagram page was featured in Boston Voyager's Boston Arts and Culture Weekly Review alongside a number of other artists a creatives from New England.
May 10 - Michael was interviewed by Maggie North for the first piece in a series on the interns of Bert Gallery in Providence, RI. You can read this short interview on the Bert Gallery Blog titled Where Are They Now? Michael Rose, by clicking here.
December 27 - Michael's essay Transformations and Disappearances: The Presence of the Artist in the Work of Francesca Woodman was featured in Big Red & Shiny Editor Leah Triplett Harrington's 2013 year in review A Tug at the Archive: Leah's 2013 Favorites. You can read Leah's list by clicking here.
May 3 - Michael's presentation at the Fifth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, received a review in Big Red & Shiny from writer Sarah Sulistio who said of Michael's essay on the photographs of Francesca Woodman "His optimistic interpretation constitutes a dynamic alternative for how to think about Woodman’s work." Read Sarah's piece by clicking here.