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Take the Long Way Home, Project: ARTSpace, New York, NY: October 20 - December 16, 2022.
A three-person exhibition curated by Julie McKim also including work by Eric Ramos Guerrero and Jennifer May Reiland.

Molly is the recipient of an FY23 Arts and Humanities Fellowship from the D.C. Commission on Arts & Humanities.

Conference Call: Baxter Koziol and Molly Springfield, Skowhegan, New York, NY: August 4-25, 2022.
Conference Call is a series of five 2-person exhibitions in Skowhegan's New York space in Chelsea that aims to place work by artists from differing cohorts in conversation with each other, and with the labor of operating a residency. Molly's work will be in an exhibition curated by Michael Scoggins, paired with work by Baxter Koziol.

Molly was an artist in residence at the Tamarind Institute in New Mexico in March 2022. While in residence, she produced two lithographic editions under the guidance of Tamarind student printers Rudolph Taylor and Emery Spina, as part of Tamarind's Collaboration with Student Printers program.

Molly contributed an essay to the catalogue for Dean Kessmann: Light Years, Chemical Days, and Digital Seconds, a career survey of Kessmann's work at VisArts.

Molly is included in the book You Are an Artist: Assignments to Spark Creation by curator Sarah Urist Green. The book is published by Penguin Books and available for sale here.