Beverly McIver

Visual Arts, 2001

Beverly McIver’s recent solo exhibitions include Faces in Phoenix (2001) at the Shemer Art Center in Phoenix, All of Me (1999) at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, and Renee & I (1993) at Duke University in North Carolina. She is the recipient of a 2000 Anonymous Was a Woman fellowship, and has also received support from the Contemporary Forum in Phoenix and the Durham Arts Council. She has had residencies at Yaddo, the Djerassi Colony, and the Headlands Center for the Arts. She is a 2001 recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship. McIver is an artist leader in Creative Capital’s Professional Development Program.

Awards and Accomplishments


McIver is an artist-in-residence at the McColl Center for Art & Innovation in Charlotte, NC, in Fall 2014


 The HBO doc Raising Renee, about McIver and her sister, was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Ars & Culture Programming

2005: McIver attends Yaddo residency in Saratoga Springs NY

2004: McIver receives Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant

2003: McIver is included in the exhibition AMERIĀ©AN [email protected] at Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York

2003: McIver receives Marie Walsh Sharpe Residency

2002: McIver attends Yaddo residency in Saratoga Springs NY

2002: McIver receives Bunting Fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute