Bobby Vilinsky
411 Franklin Street #601
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 497-5345


1994 Fifth Year Certificate, School of the Museum Of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
1993 Graduate, Four Year Diploma Program, SMFA
1971 Bachelor of Arts, English, University of Wisconsin - Madison


2005 "Redivider" Fall Issue, Emerson College Journal of New Literature and Art, Boston
2005 "Redivider" Spring Issue, Emerson College Journal of New Literature and Art, Boston

2020 Waltham Virtual Open Studios
2020 Cambridge Art Virtual Open Studios
2015 "A Son and Father Show," Halls/Walls Gallery, Waltham, MA
2013 Roxbury Community College, Boston
2011 Annual Exhibition, SMFA
2010 Annual Exhibition, SMFA
2009 Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, West Roxbury, MA
2009 Waltham Art Windows, Waltham, MA
2008 Annual Exhibition, SMFA
2007 Waltham Mills Art Association Exhibition, Attleboro Arts Museum, Attleboro, MA
2006 "Restless Lines" Exhibition, Concord Free Public Library, Concord, MA
2005 Annual December Exhibition, SMFA
2004 Waltham Mills Art Association Group Show, The BAAK Gallery, Cambridge, MA
2003 "ART & SOLE" Benefit, New Art Center, Newton, MA
2002 Annual December Exhibition, SMFA
2001 Annual December Exhibition, SMFA
2000 "The Arts in Healthcare" Traveling Group Show, Rhode Island; New York
1999  Annual December Exhibition, SMFA
1998 "The Strength of Mind" Show, John McEnroe Gallery, New York
1997 Georgia Tech Cable Network Media Arts Showcase,Atlanta, Georgia
1997 "Reflections on Self" Group Show, Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York
1996 Annual December Exhibition, SMFA
1995 Poetry Film/Video Festival, San Francisco
1994 "Traveling Scholars" Exhibition, SMFA, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
1994 Fifth Year Competition, SMFA
1993 Printmaking Show, SMFA
1992 Annual December Exhibition, SMFA
1991 Student Annual, SMFA
1990 "Up and Coming Student Art" Salon, Starr Gallery, Newton, MA


2009 Grant Recipient, Waltham Cultural Council 
1994 Fifth Year Traveling Fellowship, SMFA
1991 Printmaking Area Finalist, SMFA

Mr. Vilinsky's work is represented in numerous private collections.  He has worked extensively in a variety of media:  paint, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture in wood and wire, video, and performance/installation art.  He has also studied film direction, writing, and analysis at the Orson Welles Film School in Cambridge.