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Meagan Hepp is a Boston based artist, administrator and educator. They are the Ceramics Technician at the New Arts Center in Newton, MA, where they teach Teen and Parent/Teen Ceramics. Hepp is also the Art Consultant at Cambridge Common and an Adjunct Professor at Suffolk University. They currently serve on the Governing Board of Catalyst Conversations, a non-profit dedicated to the dialogue between art and science. 


Hepp’s soft-curved, biomorphic ceramic forms, The Pet Rocks, are coated in a variety of combinations of colors and textures taken from natural, neon and synthetic inspirations. These unlikely combinations are a nod to both nostalgic references from their 90’s childhood, as well as influences from today’s queer culture. By putting the two together, Hepp is representing the amorphous possibilities of queer abstraction and joy.

Hepp is interested in creating accessible public art including, Rainbowland, a mural commissioned by the Boston Paintbox Program, and other temporary public art including, Pet Rock Pile, which was on view at the Beal's Preserve in Southborough, MA in 2023 and Shimmer, on view at Monmouth Park in Brookline, MA in 2020.  As an artist, Hepp’s most recent solo shows were Pet Rocks at Boston’s City Hall, Play Date: Companions Club at Kingston Gallery and Companions at Shelter in Place Gallery, a miniature gallery created as a solution to the pandemic. The original Shelter in Place Gallery is now on view and owned by the MFA, Boston. Hepp is noted as the 2021-2022 Emerging Artist for Kingston Gallery.


Art on the TrailsTransformation at the Elaine and Phillip Beals Preserve Chapbook 2023, published in print only.

Arts Boston Calendar,” Pinky Promise,” August 14, 2019, by Kingston Gallery, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Boston Art Guide, “Pinky Promise,” August 14, 2019, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Boston Voyager, “Art and Life with Meagan Hepp,” May 28, 2018, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Brookline Arts Center, “Meagan Hepp | March 2019,” March 2019, accessed: July 12, 2020.

Brookline Commission for the Arts, “SHIMMER | Brookline Arts Center presents a new public art installation in Monmouth Park. Brookline Commission for the Arts is proud to be a partial sponsor,” accessed: July 13, 2020.

Community Advocate, "Southborough's Hidden Gem, Art on the Trails," July 19, 2023, by Tyler Carpentier, accessed: Sept 20, 2023.

ISSU, “WITCH- Body Issue #1,” March 29, 2016, by WITCH, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Kingston Gallery, "In Conversation: Meagan Hepp and Claire Ogden," September 27, 2022, by Claire Ogden, accessed: September 29, 2022.


Kingston Gallery, "Kingston Conversations: Imaginary Landscapes, September 15,2022, moderated by Shana Dumont Garr, accessed: September 29, 2022. 

Kingston Gallery, “Pinky Promise Pop-Up,” August 21, 2019, by Kingston Gallery, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Mutual Art, “Pinky Promise,” August 13, 2019, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Mutual Art, "Play Date: Companions Club," August 30, 2022, accessed: October 15, 2023

New England Diary, “‘Boundaries/ Borders’ in Boston, March 1, 2022, accessed: March 28, 2022. 

News Break, “Brookline Arts Center to Present Shimmer on view in Monmouth Park,” May 22, 2020, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Patch | Massachusetts, “Brookline Arts Center Opens Gallery at Sanctuary Medicinals,” October 15, 2020, by Jenna Fisher, accessed: October 18, 2020.

Patch | Massachusetts, “Public Art Installation Opens in Brookline’s Monmouth Park,” May 19, 2020, by Jenna Fisher, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Suffolk University, “The Life of an Artist,” August 13, 2019, by Nancy Kelleher, accessed: July 13, 2020.

Wicked Local | Brookline, “Brookline Arts Center to Present Shimmer on view in Monmouth Park,” May 22, 2020, accessed: July 12, 2020.


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