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ARTISTS & DESIGNERS AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE STUDIO VISITS, GUEST LECTURES, CRITIQUES, & PRESENTATIONSCommand + F to search for specific terms
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Discipline / MediumNamePronounsLocationLanguage(s)EmailWebsite(s)Social MediaOrganizational Affiliation(s)AboutCompensation RequirementTeaching ExperienceAvailability / FormatSpecial Teaching ExpertiseAccess Needs & AccommodationsComments
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Photography Michael SellHe, him, hisLa Grande, OR, USA, Pacific time (GMT -7)Englishmsell@eou.eduMichael-sell.comInstagram: @mikesellartEastern Oregon UniversityMichael Sell was born in Detroit and is currently an Associate Professor of Art at Eastern Oregon University. He is a member of the Society for Photographic Education and the Popular Culture Association, and his artwork and research investigates memetics, the digital/analog aesthetic, and media-centric constructed imagery. His photography has been exhibited throughout Michigan and Oregon, and in select shows in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Europe. He has presented his research at SPE Northwest conferences in Portland and Eugene, as well as PCA conferences in Seattle, Chicago, and Washington, DC. In 2014, he was an invited speaker and artist at Hobusepea Galerii in Tallinn, Estonia. Sell is also the chair of the Union County Cultural Coalition, a partner with the Oregon Cultural Trust.Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)non-art/design students
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media art, motion graphics, motion design, motion capture, glitchA Bill MillerHe/his/himWhitewater, WI, USA, centralEnglishmillera@uww.eduhttp://master-list2000.com/abillmiller/available upon requestUniversity of Wisconsin Whitewaterlong answer... happy to elaborate, but not easily pasted into formVolunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)Prefer daytimethis is a potentially really great resource... thanks for coordinating
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Printmaking, sound, sculptureAaron TerryHe/Him/HisWilmington, DE, USA, ESTenglish, spanishaterry@udel.eduhttp://www.aaroneliahterry.com@urbanyettiUniversity of DelawareAaron Terry grew up as a kid with no electricity or running water in the woods of Upstate New York until fate brought his family to Philadelphia, where he grew into the city as a young adult. His biggest fear as a child was nuclear war or a bear attack. Terry’s work has been shown in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Valparaiso, Chile, Moscow, Berlin, Philadelphia, Portland, Oregon and the San Francisco Bay Area. Terry has lived most of his life in the San Francisco Bay Area, but he currently lives in Philadelphia, PA. He works in traditional and non-traditional printmaking, sculpture and sound pieces. Terry is also a musician and plays in the band Gold Wood. He organizes art and music related events throughout Latin America aimed at fostering a more creative dialogue between artists and musicians. Terry holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Delaware, where he runs the Printmaking Department.Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)mixed-language groups
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Painting, robotics Addie WagenknechtShe her Innsbruck, austria (cet)English, Germanwheresaddie@gmail.comPlacesiveneverbeen.comwheresaddie twitter/instagrambitforms gallery nycplacesiveneverbeen.com/aboutHourly Rate, Lump Sum / HonorariumUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, No teaching experience. I am a working artist/designer/architect but would like to speak with students.Presentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, online and distance classes
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Interdisciplinary/ Photography/ Fibers/Performance /Painting/Drawing/MarketingAlexis Rivierre She/ Her/HersSt. Louis, MO, CSTEnglisha.rivierre.fineart@gmail.comwww.alexisrivierre.comIG: alexisrivierre_artFreelance Teaching Artist & Visual Experience Coordinator (Gallery Manager, Artist & Visual Experience Coordinator) at Kranzberg Arts FoundationAlexis Rivierre is an interdisciplinary artist who constructs visual narratives that investigate memory, identity, representation and the social implications of race in the United States. Rivierre is an experienced fine artist with a demonstrated history teaching Art through community workshops and at the university level. While Rivierre's background is in painting and drawing, her practice functions within the expanded field of painting utilizing a range of media from photography to textiles, and performance. Rivierre holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Studio Art (painting emphasis) from Wichita State University, a Graduate Certificate in Marketing from Liberty University and a Bachelor of Fine Art in Art ( painting emphasis) with a Minor in Art History from Missouri State University.

Courses: 2D design, Intro/Advanced Painting, Foundations Drawing/Mixed Media/ Intermediate Drawing courses and Painting in the Expanded Field at the university level.

Develop lesson plans for/previous experience as a teaching artist for k-12.
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)
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Graphic DesignAlice J LeeShe/her/hersAustin, TXEnglish, conversational Koreanalicejlee@gmail.comalicejlee.com@alicejlee instagramTexas State UniversityAlice J. Lee is a graphic designer, researcher, and educator with over 14 years of professional experience across print, digital, and interactive media. Her research interests include alphabetic systems, concepts of interconnectedness, and the dynamic of complementing opposites. She received her BA from Yale University and her Master of Design in Graphic Design from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Joining the Art & Design department at Texas State University as Assistant Professor of Communication Design this fall, she believes teaching is an act of social justice and incorporates an aspect of civic engagement in her courses.Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)online and distance classes
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Figurative painting / 3D PrintingAlison StinelyShe / Her / HersPortsmouth, VA (EST)Englishalisonstinely@gmail.comwww.alisonstinely.com@alisonstinelyCV is available on website Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)
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Interdisciplinary; Sculpture; Fiber and Material StudiesAmanda AssaleyShe/Her/HersChicagoEnglishaassaley@saic.eduamandaassaley@gmail.comamanda_assaleySyrian Community NetworkBio:
Amanda Assaley lives and works in Chicago, IL and is the Youth Education Coordinator at Syrian Community Network. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2018, and she was a recipient of the Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship to attend the Norfolk residency program with Yale School of Art in 2017. From 2017 to 2019 she directed the project space Zakaib. Assaley has exhibited at the Chicago Cultural Center, IL; 6018North, IL; ACRE Projects, IL; Sullivan Galleries, IL; the Soo Visual Art Center, MN; Michigan State University Union Art Gallery, MI; and The Lubeznik Center for the Arts, IN among others. Her work is included in the collection of the Textile Resource Center at SAIC.

About:
I am Amanda Assaley; I’m an artist, and I work at Syrian Community Network as the Youth Education Coordinator. At SCN, I manage the various youth education programs we offer, and I do in-school advocacy helping our students and parents navigate the CPS system and helping CPS schools better serve the needs of the Syrian community here in Chicago. A huge part of this is teaching my 23 students four days a week in our After School Program.

Currently, I live in Humboldt Park, Chicago and have my studio in East Garfield Park. Today I am thinking about the architecture of seashells, Rocks for Fun Pasty Shop, midwestern grottos, Bryozoa, ferro-cement, and all of the headpieces worn by Olivia Hussey in Romeo and Juliet. In the studio right now, I am having a really exciting time pushing my molds and casting materials to and past their limits. I am looking at how objects tumble into each other and sit cheek to cheek in the world, and I am obsessed with the human feeling of wanting to fuse ourselves with a thing.

For more about me, please visit LVL3's website where I recently was interviewed for their Artist of the Week series:
http://lvl3official.com/amanda-assaley/

Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, mixed-language groups, students with disabilities, online and distance classesNone specificallyEmail me with any questions you might have, and I will be more than happy to answer them.
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printmaking, sculpture, fibers, installationAmy Cousinsshe/herPhiladelphia, PA USA ESTEnglishamyvcousins@gmail.comwww.amycousins.com@amyvcousins (instagram)Tyler School of Art and ArchitectureAmy Cousins is an artist from Houston, Texas living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She has a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and an MFA from Tyler School of Art and Architecture. She makes prints, sculptures, and installations inspired by radical queer histories and archival ephemera. Her work has been exhibited nationally at venues including Moore College of Art in Philadelphia, the Visual Arts Center at Boise State University, and the Lawrence Arts Center in Kansas. Cousins was an artist-in-residence at Illinois State University in 2018 and at ACRE Residency in 2019. She currently teaches in Printmaking and in Fibers & Material Studies at Tyler.Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)
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Graphic Design/Emerging Technologies/BioArt/BioDesignAnastasiia Rainashe/her/hersProvidence, RIEnglish, Russian, Ukrainianaraina@risd.eduhttp://posthumanpolymythology.comRISDAnastasiia Raina is a multidisciplinary designer and researcher who graduated from the Yale School of Art with an MFA in Graphic Design. She has lectured and served as a critic at such design schools as Yale University, Parsons, Pratt, Otis, Pomona College and the University of Chicago. Prior to earning her MFA, she worked as a commercial graphic designer and art director in Los Angeles.

In her research-based practice Raina is interested in exploring the aesthetics of technologically mediated bodies through machine vision and computer-generated forms, neuroscience, evolutionary biology and the incorporation of biomaterials into the artistic vernacular. She draws upon scientific inquiry and collaborations with scientists as a means for generating new methodologies and forms in design.

https://www.risd.edu/news/stories/graphic-design-faculty-anastasiia-raina-on-posthumanism-and-design/
Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, mixed-language groups
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ceramicsAndréa Keys Connellshe, her, hersBoone, NC, USA, Eastern Timeenglishconnellak@appstate.eduandreakeys.comakconnellAppalachian State UniversityAssociate Professor, Ceramics- But Can speak about the expanded field of Art and/or CraftHourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, adult workshopsCritique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)I have my laptop with Zoom, Skype, Facetime... I think that is all we would need
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Architecture / Urban DesignAndrew Grant Houstonhe/himSeattle, WA PTEnglish, some Spanish and Italianagh@housecosmopolitan.comwww.housecosmopolitan.comTwitter: @TheUrbanAceAIA, The Architecture Lobby, Internation PassiveHouse Association, Futurewise WA, Share The CitiesLicensed Architect and Urban Designer; Queer Person of Color, UT Austin Graduate; Interested in Housing and Architecture as Urban Context; Based in Seattle and am a housing activist here; Strong interests in culture and identity as well, how those establish themselves in physical space; Working on design and policy combinations as anti-displacement strategies; Significant knowledge of sustainability as wellCase-by-Case; prefer to discussMiddle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)
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Printmaking (traditional, digital, installation)Andrew KozlowskiHe/him/hisJacksonville FL EST Englishkozlowskiap@gmail.comwww.andrewkozlowski.com@andrew.kozlowski (instagram)I have been teaching all levels of undergraduate printmaking since 2006. I am currently an assistant professor at the University of North Florida. I have experience in traditional and digital printmaking techniques. My work uses just about everything, from small works on paper, to large wheat pasted installations, workshops, and ceramics. In my teaching I use the sketchbook as a tool for journaling, drawing, artist research, and believe it is one of the most rewarding ways to help students reflect on their practice and see connections in their work. I have interests in comics, DIY culture, zines, stories, etc. Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)Just happy to help anyone who needs it.
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drawing / painting /installation Anne Austin PearceCalifornia Englishapearce@soka.edu / anneaustinpearce@gmail.comwww.anneaustinpearce.comAnne Austin Pearce CAAAnne Austin Pearce
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The work of Anne Austin Pearce confronts ambiguous moments no adjectives exist to describe—ones that unfold exclusively inside one’s mind, or between two people at an intersection of communication. They happen when we are grappling with a dream differed, an elusive longing, or an expectation not met. They are the time passed shifting sensibilities, wavering between resolution and avoidance, or teetering at the threshold of debilitating anxiety or liberating submission. They are the grappling with what, when and how to speak, what to distill, and whether to scream.

Anne Austin Pearce was born in Lawrence, Kansas and studied at Kansas City Art Institute, Brighton Polytechnic, and the University of Kansas. She received her MFA in drawing and painting from James Madison University, where she was awarded a full scholarship.
Pearce has been a fellow/artist-in-residence at UCROSS Foundation, Wyoming; Officina Stampiera del Notaio, Sicily; Rimbun Dahan, Malaysia; Draw International, France; and pARTage, Mauritius, and is the recipient of grants from the Lighton International Artist Exchange Program, Charlotte Street Foundation, and Rockhurst University. Pearce’s work, encompassing drawings, paintings, sculptures, and mixed media installations, has been widely exhibited nationally and abroad and is held in museum collections including MDC Museum Art and Design, Miami; Spencer Museum of Art at University of Kansas; Daum Museum of Art, Sedalia, Missouri; and Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Overland Park, Kansas.

Pearce is currently Associate Professor of Studio Art at SOKA University of America in Aliso Viejo, California. Previously, she was Associate Professor of Art at Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Missouri, where she also served as the director of the university’s Greenlease Gallery of Art.
Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalStudio Visit (invite students into my studio)non-art/design students
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video, sound, installation, photography, sculptureAnne Murrayshe, herBudapest, HungaryEnglish, French, Spanishanne@annemurrayartist.comMain website- www.annemurrayartist.com, Anne Murray's Museum of Unfulfilled Dreams- https://www.annemurray.art/, Cloud Conversations- curatorial project- www.cloudconversations.weebly.commy curatorial project Cloud Conversations: @cloudconversationsartistsCloud Conversations- I am the curator of this projectAnne Murray is a project-based artist, whose work focuses on vulnerability and agency in both human and non-human exchanges. Born and raised in the United States, she is both an American and Irish citizen with a deep connection to the cultural spirit of Ireland as a writer of poetry and lyrics in addition to her work as a visual artist. She has worked both individually and with collective and collaborative input in residencies, exhibitions, and exchanges in Algeria, Spain, Germany, Macedonia, Serbia, Hungary, Iceland, India, China, Belgium, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the United States. Her work has developed from video poetry to installation and sound work, focusing currently on the agency of rocks and other creatures, she observes and initiates interpretations and perspectives from both animate and seemingly inanimate objects as beings. She has collected fears in Algeria as social action, and poetic responses to social activism in Turkey; her vigilant regard for the collective spirit and drive towards meliorism in global culture is undeniable and constant. Lump Sum / Honorarium, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussEarly Childhood (approximate age 0-4), Elementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Besides being an artist and writer, I was also a teacher of Art and English for 14 years in the United States, Spain, and China with age groups from 3 years old to senior citizens.Presentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)mixed-language groupsI would be delighted to bring my work and global experience to your program at a reasonable price, which we can negotiate to meet your needs and budget. Thank you for your time and interest in my work.
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Metalsmithing/JewelryAshley GilreathShe/HerSpartanburg, SC, USA (EST)Englishashleygilreath@live.comashleygilreath.com@ashleygilreathjewelryIndependent Artist, and have taught at craft schools (Arrowmont, John C Campbell, Pocosin, Lillstreet, etc.)Ashley describes herself as a "metalsmith, enamelist, and time traveler" who can't resist buying dusty old books; preferably with water marks and inscriptions on the inside cover. Her conceptual artwork explores family relationships and can be described as artifacts of her genealogical history. Ashley hand fabricates all of her work using high quality precious metals and vitreous glass; sometimes utilizing heirlooms or found objects that she scavenges from the dark and secret corners of antique stores.

Ashley graduated from the Metal Design program at East Carolina University and has been artist-in-residence at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts and Lillstreet Art Center. She has recently exhibited at the Museum of Arts and Design, Fuller Craft Museum, The Metals Museum and has been published by Lark Books and American Craft Magazine. She teaches workshops in both metalsmithing and enameling at craft schools around the country.
Case-by-Case; prefer to discussMiddle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes), Demonstrationsnon-art/design students, students with disabilities
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Sculpture, conceptual art, new media, 3D printingAshley ZelinskieShe, herBrooklyn, NY eastern time zoneEnglish azelinskie@gmail.comhttp://www.ashleyzelinskie.com/@azelinskieThe active space studiosAshley Zelinskie is Brooklyn-based conceptual artist working at the intersection of art, technology and mathematics. Her works span a variety of media, from large- and small-scale sculpture to canvas and print works, each created using cutting edge technology such as 3D printing and computer-guided laser cutting. Her work focuses on visualizing data in abstract forms and finding new and interesting ways to describe complex ideas.

Ashley’s work has been featured by Vice, Brooklyn Magazine, the New York Times and Hyperallergic. Her work forms part of the permanent collection of the US Department of State Art in Embassies Program and has recently been exhibited at Sotheby’s New York. Ashley is a former resident of New Inc.—the New Museum’s Art and Technology Incubator—and currently working in collaboration with NASA. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / HonorariumNo teaching experience. I am a working artist/designer/architect but would like to speak with students., I have never been a teacher but I do guest lectures and critiques often. Most recently for SVA and NYU ITPPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)non-art/design students
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Painting, drawing (some printmaking/camerless photography, sculptural forms, and fiber)Astri SnodgrassShe/her/hersBoise, ID, USA (MST)English, Norwegian, Spanishastrisnodgrass@gmail.comwww.astrisnodgrass.comInstagram @astrijohannaBoise State UniversityI am an Assistant Professor of Drawing and Painting at Boise State University. I hold an MFA in Studio Art from the University of Alabama and a BA in Art and Spanish from Luther College. Experiences in Norway at Nansenskolen Norsk Humanistisk Akademi and the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo in Mendoza, Argentina helped shape my interests in language, light, and perception. ​I work across media, looking through the lens of one medium into another. I'm searching for what painting can tell me about photography, or drawing can teach me about sculpture, or how matter can lead me to poetry. Ultimately, I treat the act of translation, from one medium to another, as generative.Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)mixed-language groups
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Visual Art, New Media, Social Practice, Interdisciplinary Practices, Curating, Exhibition Touring, Arts AdministrationAstria Suparakshe/herOakland, CA, USAEnglishastria.suparak@gmail.comastriasuparak.com@astriasuparak (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter)Independent. Have worked with non-profit art institutions, universities, festivals, publications.Astria Suparak has curated exhibitions, screenings, and performances for art institutions and festivals internationally, including The Liverpool Biennial, Museo Rufino Tamayo, MoMA PS1, Eyebeam, The Kitchen, and Expo Chicago, as well as for unconventional spaces such as skating rinks, sports bars, and rock clubs. Her current research interests include linguistics, food histories, diasporas, and sci-fi.

Beyond a robust curatorial practice, Suparak has worked in every aspect of arts administration from fundraising to marketing to management. She has taught in the Fine Arts and Curatorial Practice graduate programs at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco, and studied studio art and art history at Pratt Institute.

Suparak’s creative and collaborative projects often taking the form of publicly accessible tools, maps, and databases of subcultures and misunderstood histories. Her writing has appeared in The Getty blog, Art21 Magazine, VICE Magazine’s Noisey, The Museum Is Not Enough, The Exhibitionist, and Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community.

She is Southeast Asian and queer.

Full bio and CV at astriasuparak.com
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussGraduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)
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Concepts and Methods of Fine Art. Painting, Collage, Intro to Theory, Upper Level StudioAustin BradyDetroit, Mi, USA (EST)Englishabrady@collegeforcreativestudies.eduAustin-brady.comInstagram @motorcitywolvesCollege for creative Studies BFA
University of Notre Dame MFA
Currently working at College for Creative Studies
Austin Brady was born in the cold midwestern town of Gaylord, Michigan and lived the majority of his life in the Detroit area. He received his BFA from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan with a concentration in painting, and received his MFA in Painting from the University of Notre Dame with a minor in Gender Studies. He is also an alum of the Redbull House of Art residency, and has exhibited nationally and internationally, including the South Bend Museum of Art, Snite Museum of Art, Swope Art Museum, and KO gallery in Hamtramck. He currently resides in Detroit with his loving partner Lyndsay, and his dumb cat Renaissance. He enjoys cheeseburgers, Dungeons & Dragons, and music most would consider aggressive and unlistenable
Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students
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Racial Equity in the Arts / Bass Player / Piano / Actor / Singer/ Director/ Stage ManagerAviona Rodriguez BrownShe / TheySeattleEnglish / Spanishavionabrown.bookings@gmail.comwww.avionabrown.weebly.comIG: @smiling_avi / FB: @avionacreatrixSeattle Theatre ArtistsAviona (she/they) is a afrolatinx curvaceous person who bends time and space itself to be involved in the theater. Aviona is a Seattle based actor, director, model, teaching artist, stage manager, poet, producer, student and social justice leader. As a social justice leader, Aviona is working to begin a detention replacement program that teaches at risk children and adults art therapy. As a teaching artist, Aviona is developing a solo show of self-written poetry which depicts the intersectionality of being multiracial, accepting herself as queer, while dealing with mental illness and drug addiction. After the performance they offer a poetry writing workshop and the opportunity to share in an open mic setting.Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussEarly Childhood (approximate age 0-4), Elementary School (approximate age 5-10), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)mixed-language groups, students with disabilities, online and distance classes, one-on-one
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Animation studios & history/theory of animationBecky Jamesshe/hersBrooklyn NYEnglishJames.becky@gmail.combeckyjams.com NYU, ParsonsMFA in video art from Bard, undergrad Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard. I teach animation & motion graphics--show work both in galleries (James Fuentes, Canada, Venus) and festivals (Oldenburg, Rotterdam, slamdance, SXSW). I also teach history of animation for a full semester and have a lot of in depth lectures: soviet animation, ww2 and propaganda, Disney, early animation, cgi, anime. Also a good 1.5 hourish lecture on the history of animation that is v condensed but surprisingly comprehensive.Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)
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Typeface designBen KielHe/himSaint Louis, MO, CSTEnglishben@benkiel.combenkiel.com, xyztype.com@benkiel (twitter) @ben_kiel (IG)Adjunct at Washington University in Saint Louis, run Typefounding and XYZ TypeBen Kiel is an award-winning type and graphic designer in St. Louis. A founding partner of XYZ Type, he has an MA in typeface design from the University of Reading, UK, and a BFA in Visual Communications from Washington University in St. Louis, where he is a lecturer. Kiel has taught at MICA and the University of Delaware, and he leads the annual workshop for Type@Cooper. Kiel currently runs Typefounding, and his clients have included the New Yorker, A2, Commercial Type, Klim type Foundry, MVB Fonts, and House Industries, where he worked for many years as a designer, director, and developer. Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.)
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Interdisciplinary (audience-participatory installations, photo/text work, artist's books, drawing, site-specific-assemblage, eco-art influenced by permaculture design, community-based public art interventions)Beverly E Naidusshe/her zee/zirTacomaEnglish, Spanish, Frenchbnaidus@uw.eduwww.beverlynaidus.netBeverly Naidus (FB), Arts for Change (FB), Eden Reframed (FB), Extreme Makeover (FB), Arts Bridging Communities (FB), utopias4all (instagram)UW Tacoma, 350 Tacoma, SEEDS (Social Ecology Education & Demonstration School)Beverly Naidus’s art life has straddled the socially engaged margins of the art world, artful activism collaborations, and community-based art projects. Much of her work deals with ecological and social issues that have adversely affected her and those around her. She often works with others to develop strategies that might heal those challenges. Her most provocative installations evoke stories from visitors, so explicitly soliciting stories and images from the community became her part of her process early on. Remediation and reconstructive visions are key concepts that guide her work. Her primary forms are audience-participatory installations, photo/text projects, and artist’s books. She has shared her work in city streets, in alternative spaces, university galleries and major museums. Her work has been written about in many books and journals and has developed an international audience. After successful chapters in the New York City and Los Angeles, including fruitful periods in Minnesota, Nova Scotia and western Massachusetts, she has made a home in the Pacific Northwest since 2003. Naidus has taught art as a subversive activity for decades. As a full professor of interdisciplinary arts at UW Tacoma faculty, she shaped an innovative, studio arts curriculum in art for social change and healing. She will be leaving academia this summer to launch an art for social change & healing storefront/lending library/workshop hub in Tacoma.Trade/Exchange, Case-by-Case; prefer to discuss, Happy to barter, but will be grateful for honorariums when possible.Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systems, My focus is on art for social change and healing (can be applied to all ages) but my experiences have been mostly with college age, grad students and adult community members.Presentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes), I can offer feedback sessions (not the traditional non-art/design students, students with disabilities, online and distance classes, non-traditional students (first generation)Zoom and Skype accessibleI wrote a book on interdisciplinary, socially engaged studio art pedagogy that's being used internationally.
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Fine Art/Studio art/Printmaking/Drawing/Performance/InstallationBill Fisherhe/himMillegeville, GA, USA (EST)Englishwilliam.fisher@gcsu.eduhttps://billfisher.dreamhosters.com/nohate.htmlhttps://www.facebook.com/bill.fisher.524SGC/MAPC/CAA/Georgia Collegefather, husband, print-based artist, department chair, professor, performative print action,...Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Happy to collaborate on needs and budgetsGraduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)NoneThank you for this initiative. bf
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Interaction Design / User Experience Design / Product DesignBrad Toberhe / him / hisBoston, MA, USA (US ET)Englishbtober@mac.comhttps://www.bradtober.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/btober/Publicis Epsilon / Northeastern UniversityBrad Tober is currently Associate Director of Product Design at Publicis Epsilon (part of Publicis Groupe), where he plays a critical role in positioning design and user experience at the forefront of how Publicis and its affiliated agencies access, analyze, and visualize the data that informs its clients' marketing and business transformation approaches. He is also a Lecturer in the Graduate Program in Digital Media at Northeastern University. Brad has previously held full-time, tenure-track academic positions at Boston University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he has taught dozens of classes (both online and classroom-based) to hundreds of student enrollments. His academic research focuses on examining the way in which meta-design shifts the professional designer's role from that of executing processes in which the objective is producing static artifacts to engaging directly with the development of innovative tools / platforms that facilitate the [creative] processes of others.Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, online and distance classes
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ArchitectureBrent Sturlaugsonhe/him/hisCincinnati, OH, USAEnglish (native), Spanish (proficient)brent.sturlaugson@uky.eduTenure track at UKY, happy to help collective effortsTrade/ExchangeUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DCritique (assess student work)
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Interdisciplinary, Photography, Social Practice, Conversation-based artworks and storytellingCarmina Eliasonshe/herPalo Alto, California PSTEnglish + conversational Spanishcarmina@carminaeliason.comwww.carminaeliason.com@carminaeliasonCabrillo College, Cubberley Artist Studio Program in City of Palo AltoI reclaim everyday objects to tell stories about community, social issues, and identity. I work in two modalities: social based storytelling projects + personal artworks that reflect my own identity and experiences. I am actively working on two social projects at the moment: "Café con Leche" and "This is a jar for your F***s." Café con Leche invites community members to mix coffee with milk to match their skin color and then to reflect on their experiences with others. "This is a jar for your F***s" invites participants to submit a jar with moments they said or wanted to say the f-word.

In my personal work I explore my experiences related to being the bi-cultural daughter of Mexican immigrant, a survivor of verbal and physical abuse in a high school/college relationship, and now as an adult being an artist and mother living in the Bay Area. I use cyanotype photography, embroidery, as well as objects like jars, bottlecaps, cups of tea, food, chairs, and kitchen tables in my art practice.
Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, online and distance classesI am very interested in finding classrooms or groups who would want me to run one of my conversation based art projects in their classroom.
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Sculpture/Fiber/FoundationsCarole Loefflershe/herPhiladelphia, PA USA ESTEnglishloefflec@arcadia.eduwww.caroleloeffler.comIG: @caroleloeffler, FB: carole loefflerArcadia University Here's my "official" bio:
Carole is a native of New Jersey and received her B.F.A. from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and her M.F.A. from University of South Florida in Tampa. Previously, she taught and directed the Foundations program at Southern Illinois University Carbondale in the School of Art and Design. Currently, she is the Chair of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Arcadia University in Glenside, PA and teaches Sculpture, Senior Seminar and coordinates the Foundations program.
Carole has had group and solo exhibitions in many states throughout the US. She spent over 10 years investigating the color red through a variety of abstract sculptural approaches and processes. Most recently, she has been utilizing found vintage textiles with text to examine what it means to be a woman in our culture.
Carole lives in Philadelphia with her husband, two children and dogs.
Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design studentsThis is amazing. Happy to help in any way I can!
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Printmaking and InstallationCarrie ScangaShe, her, hersPortland, Maine ESTEnglishCscanga@bowdoin.eduCarrieScanga.comCarriescangaBowdoin CollegeArtist-parent-academic, interested in installation and social practice. Printmaker by training. Narrative art, zine-maker. Collaborations with sound artists, writers, and bookmakers fuel me. Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students
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Artist: Research-based and Interdisciplinary Practices, New Media, Video, Bookbinding and +Chelsea ThomptoShe/herGrand Rapids, MI (EST)Englishchelsea.l.thompto@gmail.comhttps://www.chelseathompto.com@cthompto (instagram)Visiting Professor at Grand Valley State University, Board of Directors at New Media CaucusI am an artist living and working in Grand Rapids, MI and a Visiting Professor at Grand Valley State University in the Department of Visual and Media Art.

My practice is strongly rooted in my experience as a transwoman. Exploring my gender identity, while a deeply personal process, is also an increasingly politicized act that informs my making. The prefix trans- is also a tactic and gesture I employ in my studio practice by moving ideas between and across materials and modes of working in order to explore form and concept. Within this transdisciplinary approach, intricate systems are employed to create visual form, articulate data, and allude to our habitual ordering of peoples and behaviors.

Engaging with a variety of media including: video, computer code, digital fabrication, writing, photography, printmaking, and bookbinding, my practice relies on the inherent qualities (which are always contested) of the above materials in the building of the pacing, narratives, and metaphors within finished works and installations.
Case-by-Case; prefer to discussHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)non-art/design studentsNAThank you for organizing this!
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Architecture, Design, Planning, Policy, Public Art, Participatory Processes, Antiracist, Feminist and Queer Design Histories, Organizing and Activism in the Professions Chris DaemmrichHe/himNew Orleans, Louisiana, USA (Central) English rchrisdaemmrich@gmail.comwww.rchrisdaemmrich.com; www.collabdesignworkshop.com@sodaemmgood on Twitter and InstagramCollaborative Design Workshop
Chris Daemmrich grew up in Austin, Texas on land taken from the Tonkawa people. He studied architecture and political science at Tulane University of Louisiana in New Orleans, graduating in 2017. During and after that time, he spent several years working in a wide range of architectural, development, advocacy and political organizations. As a writer, consultant and design facilitator, Chris participates in creating antiracist, queer, feminist space. He is proud to serve as the treasurer and communications coordinator for NOMA Louisiana and as a Project Pipeline mentor.
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/ExchangeElementary School (approximate age 5-10), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design studentsn/aThanks for creating this and for including all these wonderful categories of teaching experience on the form!
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Art, performance art, installation, writingChristen Cliffordshe/herJackson HeightsEnglishchristendianeclifford@gmail.comwww.christenclifford.infoIG and Tw @cd_cliffordThe New School, The FEminist Art Project, Project for Empty SpaceCHRISTEN CLIFFORD
Narrative bio 2020


Christen Clifford is a interdisipliary artist whose most recent work is in installation and sculture. She is also a feminist performance artist, writer, curator, professor, actor, and mother. Her work has been seen at Eva Presenhuber, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space, The New Museum, Postmasters Gallery, SoHo20, AUNTSisdance, PS 122, Grace Exhibition Space, Panoply Lab, Dixon Place, ArtShare LA, Root Division as well as Canada and Slovenia. She was a 2019 ACE Hotel AIR, 2018 Feminist in Residence at Project for Empty Space and a 2018 Independent Film Project Screen Forward Fellow. With Jasmine Wahi, she co-chaired The Feminist Art Project’s “RAPE, REPRESENTATION, AND RADICALITY.”

She is a core member of No Wave Performance Task Force and was the lead artist on “We Wish Ana Mendieta Was Still Alive,” a Feminist Public Action that Hyperallergic called one of the “Best Art and Activism” performances of 2014. Dazed wrote about her work 1WantYour3lood, “Christen Clifford leads a new wave of feminist performance art steeped in the politics of menstruation.” Her PussyBow, a Feminist Public Action disguised as a fashion accessory, went viral in 2015. The New York Times/Women in the World wrote "In addition to celebrating the beauty of her vaginal mucus, Clifford's PussyBow is intended to serve as a call to arms at a time when women's reproductive rights are increasingly under attack."
She teaches at The New School, curates at Dixon Place and is making her first film. She has also been a Girl Scout Leader and a mentor for Girls Write Now. She lives in Jackson Heights with her partner and two children and online at christenclifford.info and @cd_clifford
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / HonorariumUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)
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Sculpture/installation/video/public artChristopher LaveryMurray, KY. USA. CentralEnglishclavery@murraystate.educhristopherlavery.comMurray state universityChair, art and design at Murray state University artist cyclist tinkerer Free for online lectures crits anything student centeredUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)
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Emerging Technology, Video, Sound, Free Community Arts/STEM Educationcoley mixanthey/themseattle, wa, usa (PST)English, Españolcoleymixan@gmail.comhttps://coleymixan.rocks@astro.ooze (instagram)Public Librariespublic library/free education activist, sound artist, musician and performing artist. I have established the makerspace and creativity program at the King County Library System & work in communities developing curriculum for free & equitable access to creative tools. Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, mixed-language groups, students with disabilities, online and distance classesthank you.
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Printmaking / Site-Specific InstallationColin LyonsBinghamton, NY, USAEnglishlyonsc@binghamton.eduwww.colinlyons.caBinghamton UniversityColin Lyons is an Assistant Professor in Printmaking at Binghamton University. Fusing printmaking, installation, and chemical experiments, these projects consider sacrificial landscapes through the lens of geo-engineering, urban renewal and brownfield rehabilitation. His work has been shown in 27 solo exhibitions and site-specific installations across Canada and the United States, and his most recent projects have been located in post-industrial landscapes such as gold-rush era tailing piles in the Klondike, an abandoned sawmill in Kamloops, BC, a decommissioned landfill in Cedar Rapids, a historic canal in Lockport, IL, and an urban brownfield in Rochester, NY. In 2013, he was awarded the Kala Art Institute Fellowship in Berkeley, and in 2016, he participated in the Grant Wood Fellowship at The University of Iowa. Recently, he worked in isolation on Rabbit Island in Lake Superior, where he began work on The Laboratory of Everlasting Solutions. Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)
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Painting, sculpture, fiber and installationColleen RJC BrattonShe/herSeattle, Washington, USA, PSTEnglishcolleenrjcbratton@gmail.comwww.colleenrjcbratton.comInstagram: @colleenrjcbrattonSOILColleen RJC Bratton (b. 1989 Richland, WA) lives and works in Seattle, Washington. Her installations and sculptural paintings look at the dynamic relationship between self and space and utilize colors, shapes, and textural choices as psychological symbols for an internal process. In 2012, Bratton graduated magna cum laude from Seattle University with a degree in Visual Arts and Philosophy. Since 2017 she has been an active member of artist-run gallery SOIL, one of the longest running artist co-ops of its kind (est. 1995). Bratton has had solo shows in Seattle and Portland at the SPAC Gallery, Stumptown, Kinsey Gallery, Two Shelves and SOIL. Notable group shows include A Stranger Comes to Town at Spring/Break Art Show (New York City, NYC), Every Movement Reveals Us at Ditch Projects (Springfield, OR), Creature Comforts at Strobel & Sands (Seattle), By and By: Hope for the Future at Durden & Ray (Los Angeles, CA), and Made Personal at The Alice (Seattle, WA). In 2019, she was a Stumptown Artist Fellowship recipient. Bratton has participated in multiple artist residencies including Vermont Studio Center and Cascadia (PNW). Her work has been reviewed by Art Maze Magazine, PLEAT, Open House, The Stranger, City Arts, and Booooooom.
Volunteer/Pro BonoNo teaching experience. I am a working artist/designer/architect but would like to speak with students., I worked as a gallery guide for over five years at the Frye, leading and discussing works on display. I am trained in Visual Thinking Strategies.Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)N/aThank you for putting this together! Even outside of the COVID situation I’m sure this will be a great resource for educators.
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Architecture Daisy Amesshe/herNew York, NY (EST)Englishdna2117@columbia.edustudio-ames.cominstagram: @studioames twitter: @daisyames_Columbia GSAPP Adjunct Assistant Professor at Columbia GSAPP, Architecture Faculty at GSAPP Housing Lab, Principal of Studio AmesTrade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discuss, it depends...Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)this seems like a really wonderful idea!
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Art Education / Visual Culture // 2-D and Digital ArtDaniel Bornthe, himUrbana, IL, USA CDTEnglishdbuiucmail@gmail.comdannybornt.wixsite.com/danieljohnbornthttps://www.facebook.com/RePhotography-1752059535109847/University of Illinois Alumni AssociationI work at the interdisciplinary nexus of Art : Architecture : Photography : New Media : Music : Art EducationCase-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systems, No teaching experience. I am a working artist/designer/architect but would like to speak with students.Presentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes), Grading student papers, assisting students with technology or projectsonline and distance classes
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Networked PerformanceDaniel PinheiroHePorto, Portugal (GMT)English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italiandanielpinheiro.geral@gmail.comhttp://daniel-pinheiro.tumblr.com/@dannyblueboy (Instagram); dapinheiro (Facebook); @dannyblueboy (Twitter)Independent ResearcherBorn in Venezuela and based in Porto, Portugal with a background in Theatre,
has been exploring, among others, the concept of Telematic Art, using video as
a tool and the internet as a platform, merging both languages into a single
object of expression. In this field he aims at reflecting on the impact of
technology of everyday life and the environment of the Internet as a reflection
of a world where the abstract nature of this transmedia movement changes the
notions of space, presence, privacy and identity.
Hourly Rate, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)N/A
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Music compositionDavid MacDonaldhe/himWichita, KS, US (CT)Englishdavid.macdonald@wichita.eduhttps://davidmacdonaldmusic.com@davemacdoAssistant Professor of Music (Composition, Theory, Technology) at Wichita State UniversityDavid MacDonald’s music has been performed at venues around the world, including Thailand, Scotland, and France, as well as throughout the United States, including Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall. David has been honored by the BMI Student Composer Awards, ASCAP Deems Taylor Awards, the Koch Cultural Trust, the Sinquefield Family Foundation, and Michigan State University Honors Competition. He has been commissioned by the Hastings College Symphonic Band, h2 Quartet, and others.

Recent projects include a recording with Navona Records and the game score for the Apple Arcade launch title Possessions. He teaches composition, theory, and technology at Wichita State University.
Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)online and distance classes
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MusicDean Buckhe/him/hisCleveland, OH, USA (EST)English, Italiandbuck@clevelandoperatheater.orgCleveland Opera TheaterDean Buck is a Cleveland-based conductor, vocal coach and saxophonist. Currently assistant conductor of Cleveland Opera Theater, Dean also works regularly with the Heights Chamber Orchestra and at Baldwin Wallace conservatory in the opera department. Dean previously served as principal conductor of the New York City based company LoftOpera, conducting 8 critically acclaimed productions. He holds a masters degree in orcherstral conducting from the Cleveland Institute of Music as well as a Bachelors degree in Jazz performance from the New School.Hourly RateHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)online and distance classesSkype or ZoomI offer vocal coaching, conducting lessons, music theory/ear training, saxophone, beginning piano, beginning Italian, and Italian diction studies.
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Instructional technology/distance education; studio art education within higher education, college teaching of art, ceramics, glass, textiles as studio disciplines; video art; art craft and design disciplines broadly as a critic and philosophy person; critical theory, aesthetic of politics as relates to art and art theory.Dennis Stevens, Ed.D.he/him/hisNew York, NYEnglishdennis@vastplayground.comn/ahttps://www.facebook.com/dennis.stevensnone currentlyI currently run a biotech tech startup called: Penelope Mimetics.

My company conducts research and development in synthetic biology that advances the technical maturity of sustainable supply chains. We partner with manufacturers and large chemical companies. We invent, develop, license, and sell the intellectual property that is used to produce more environmentally friendly polymers that provide improved performance characteristics when compared to their petroleum-based counterparts. This new domain is called industrial biology.

But, I also have a background as an artist and a studio art educator teaching in ceramics in the university. And, I have a master's degree in instructional technology/distance education and a doctor of education degree in the college teaching of art.

In my previous life, I was a well-known writer and critic in the studio craft field-- google: "Dennis Stevens Craft" to see what I've participated in previously.

Here's my specific educational background:

Doctor of Education, Art and Art Education, College Teaching of Art
Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York, 2010

M.A., Instructional Technology
San José State University, 2006

B.F.A., Fine Arts: Ceramics
Clemson University, 1999
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systems, previously studio technician in university for ceramics, glass, textiles and paper-making as well as grad studiosPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes), consulting, course/platform development, instructional design, etc.non-art/design students, online and distance classes, instructional design as relates to studio art education at a distancenoneHappy to help, especially as relates to distance education and pedagogical approaches to the college teaching of art and studio art practices with new online technologies.
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Digital Art/Media Art/Machine Learning ArtDerrick SchultzHe/HimBrooklynEngilshdvsmethid@gmail.comhttps://dvschultz.github.io/design/https://www.instagram.com/dvsmethid/My work explores technology’s affect on biology and society. Much of this work is done my leveraging current machine learning technologies to produce still images and video.

Recently I have spent a lot of time teaching machine learning to other artists, mostly as a part of my Artificial Images classes taught thru SSHH (https://sshh.nyc/event/artificial-images-machine-learning-for-imagemakers-5/). In these classes I teach students different visual techniques using popular machine learning models. Along the way they also learn to critically assess machine learning technology and the ethics of its current practice.
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discuss, Open to pro-bono work to teach at-risk communities or underrepresented groups in technologyUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)online and distance classes
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Graphic Design / art / digital, print, typography, letterforms, branding, books, websites, illustration, surface & pattern, 3d modeling.Dimitry ChamyHe / him / them / theyMiami, Florida, USA (EST)English, French, Haitian CreoleDimitry@2urn.compttrn.design, designandobject.comHttps://instagram.com/2urn_Florida International UniversityLebanese Haitian Queer immigrant, artist/designer/technologist, teach/mentor at a university art + design incubator for creative entrepreneurs, Yale MFA Graphic DesignTrade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes), Know tons about online tools and platforms.online and distance classes
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Research / Strategy / Performance / ObjectsDomingo Castillo by nameMiami, FL • UTC -4:00English, Spanishdcast017@fiu.eduN/AN/APublic Display of Professionalism, O-C-R Miami, Domingo Castillo often works collaboratively to produce artwork and films. In 2010, the end / SPRING BREAK, a nomadic artist-run project space in Miami, FL was co-founded with Patricia Margarita Hernandez and included major contributions by Kathryn Marks and Cristina Farah. In 2013, the gallery Noguchi Breton (F.K.A. Guccivuitton and Versace Versace Versace) was co-founded with Loriel Beltran and Aramis Gutierrez. In 2016 Public Displays of Professionalism (PDP), a transdisciplinary think tank was co-founded with Patricia Margarita Hernandez, and Natalia Zuluaga.Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, mixed-language groups, students with disabilities, online and distance classes
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Printmaker, Illustrator, Comic & Zine Artist, Educator / Screenprinting, Digital IllustrationDoug EberhardtHe / HimEdinboro, PennsylvaniaEnglishdougceberhardt@gmail.comvoidboy.artvoidboy.artEdinboro University Bio:
Doug Eberhardt is a printmaker, illustrator, and educator living in Western-Pennsylvania. Doug received his BFA in Printmaking from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2010 and his MFA from SUNY New Paltz in 2012. He has worked as an independent illustrator for organizations such as NPR and the Storm King Art Center. His artwork was featured in the Southern Graphics Council’s traveling Member’s Exhibition and the Mid America Print Council Member's Exhibition in 2019. In the Spring of 2020, he curated a group exhibition at the Pittsburgh International Airport. He teaches drawing, printmaking, and screenprinting at Edinboro University.

About my artwork:
My prints are influenced by the landscapes of rural Western-Pennsylvania where I have lived and created for the past 10 years. In these works, I use geometric shapes to represent the influence of humanity on our environment. They are used as stand-ins for tangible man-made objects found in these influential landscapes such as factories and power plants. They are also representative of more ethereal concepts and feelings like anxiety or hopelessness. The shapes loom over the landscapes like the pollution in the air that we breathe, or the chemicals in our water.

Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, 4 years teaching screenprinting at the college levelPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)
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Type / Design HistoryDouglas ThomasHe / HisProvo, Utah, USAEnglishdougthomas31@gmail.comwww.neverusefutura.com@dougthomas31 (Twitter)Brigham Young UniversityDouglas Thomas is a teacher, type historian, and designer. His work explores the nexus of typography, design, and culture, especially in UX Design, Publication Design, and Branding. His design work has been featured in Communication Arts, Eye, Design Observer, Print, and Graphis. He is the author of Never Use Futura, a cultural history of the typeface Futura.Case-by-Case; prefer to discussGraduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)Thanks for organizing!!
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Photography, installation, interdisciplinary, research- and project-basedElizabeth Moranshe/herBrooklyn, NY, USA (ET)Englishelizabethmoran.studio@gmail.comwww.elizabethmoran.com@elizabethcmoranParsons School of DesignElizabeth Moran was born in 1984 in Houston, Texas. Moran’s research-based practice is directed by a preoccupation with evidence of unknown or little understood histories and often takes form through photography, audio, text, and found objects. In 2014, she received her MFA in Fine Art and MA in Visual and Critical Studies from California College of the Arts. She received her BFA from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts in 2007. Solo exhibitions include Massimo Ligreggi Gallery (2019), Southern Methodist University's Hawn Gallery (2019), Cuchifritos Gallery (2018), Black Crown Gallery (2016) and New York University's Gulf and Western Gallery (2014). Group exhibitions include Studio la Città (2019), Duke Hall Gallery of Fine Art (2018), The Contemporary Jewish Museum (2016), Headlands Center for the Arts (2015), and Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts (2015). Moran was awarded a Vermont Studio Center Fellowship (2019), Tierney Fellowship (2013) and a Murphy and Cadogan Fellowship (2012). She has been an artist-in-residence at Vermont Studio Center in Johnston, VT (2019), The Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY (2019), NARS Foundation in New York, NY (2018), Wassaic Project in Wassaic, NY (2018), at Artists Alliance Inc’s LES Studio Program in New York, NY (2017). Moran’s work has been featured in VICE, Harper’s, The New Yorker, WIRED, The New York Times, New York Magazine, British Journal of Photography, and Hotshoe. In 2018, the Whitney Museum of American Art invited Moran give a talk on the intersection of photographic and conceptual artistic practices.Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)NoneThank you for putting this together!
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Curatorial Practice, Contemporary Art History/Theory, History of Exhibitions, Commissioning and Producing art and exhibitions (across different media, and including performance and social practice projects), Museum Practice/Operations, Writing, Public Art.Elizabeth Thomasshe/herSan Francisco (I stay up late!)Englishethomas@cca.edu@_curatrix IGSan Francisco Art Institute, California College of the ArtsElizabeth Thomas is a curator and writer, with curatorial positions as Director of Public Engagement at FAMSF; MATRIX Curator at UC Berkeley; at the Carnegie Museum of Art and Walker Art Center. Working in both major institutions and independent contexts, she produces site-responsive and research-based works across a range of disciplines. Projects include an Anna Halprin retrospective, public projects with Michael Rakowitz and Katharina Grosse, and museum exhibitions with Futurefarmers, Trevor Paglen, Tomas Saraceno, Jill Magid, Omer Fast, Ahmet Ogut, Allison Smith, Emily Roysdon, among many others. Group exhibitions around Feminism, Technology/AI/Biotech, Empathy, among others.Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussGraduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)
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product design, accessibilityEmeline BruléSan Francisco, CAL, USfrench, englishe.t.brule@sussex.ac.uktwitter: @e_mln_euniversity of sussexproduct designer, teaching visual communication and interactive design + courses related to toy and industrial designTrade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, students with disabilities
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Architectural History, Urban History, History of Industrial Design, History of Graphic Design, Modern and Contemporary Art History, Architectural Design, Urban Planning, Site PlanningEnrique RamirezBrooklyn, New York, USA (Eastern)Englishenrique.gualbertoramirez@gmail.comhttp://www.spacecultures.com@riqueramirez (IG) @enriqueramirez (Twitter) Enrique Ramirez (Facebook)Yale University, Cornell University, Pratt InstituteEnrique Ramirez is a writer, architectural historian, educator, and critic. He holds a Ph.D in Architectural History and Theory from Princeton University and a Master of Environmental Design from Yale School of Architecture. His writings have appeared in publications such as Perspecta, Harvard Design Magazine, The Journal of the History of Ideas, e-flux, and others. He also serves as an advisory editor for Manifest: A Journal of American Urbanism and Landscape and is a member of the Curatorial Advisory Committee for Exhibit Columbus. Enrique’s presence in architectural culture is unique and evolving. In addition to his teaching duties, he has developed seminars in archive and preservation methods for graphic design students at Yale School of Art (where he is currently a critic) and is currently working on a conservation management plan for Eero Saarinen’s North Christian Church (1964) as part of the Getty Foundation’s Keeping It Modern initiative.Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / HonorariumUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, online and distance classes, Reading-intensive seminars and surveys
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Artist's book publishing (from production to marketing), printed matter, printmaking, paper, book art, non-profit life, artists in the archive, Erin ZonaShe/herRosendale, NYEnglisherin@wsworkshop.orgwsworkshop.org & erinzona.com@zzona.erin & @wsworkshopWomen's Studio WorkshopErin Zona is the Artistic Director at Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY. She received her M.F.A. from The Rhode Island School of Design in 2009 and a BFA from The Kansas City Art Institute in 2002.

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5638f1c0e4b02871149824de/t/5cb877b3eb39310a630c48ab/1555593139648/Zona_CV_April2019.pdf
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ArchitectureEsti Shapiroshe/her or they/themBoston, MA, US (Eastern Standard Time)Englishshapiroesti@gmail.comissuu.com/estishapiroWentworth Institute of Technology Saam Architecture, Architecture Lobby BostonM.Arch from Wentworth, my academic interests also include graphic communication, curation, exhibit and publication design. My specific research interests include the relationships between architecture, urbanism, and narratives of place, with an emphasis on power dynamics and social justice in museums, memorials, and monuments. My graduate thesis, titled “A People’s Museum: Reframing Public Histories through Spaces of Multiple Truths,” acted as a spatial historiography of Boston, critiquing and reimagining sites of public memory to better support a multitude of — often conflicting — narratives. I also participated in a travel research studio to study the West African storytelling tradition of the Griot in the context of informal urbanism in Cotonou, Benin.Volunteer/Pro BonoEarly Childhood (approximate age 0-4), Elementary School (approximate age 5-10), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)non-art/design students, students with disabilities
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Fine Arts/SculptureGail DodgeShe/Her/HersProvidence, Rhode Island, US ESTEnglishgdodge01@risd.eduwww.gaildodge.comdailgodgestudio on instagramRhode Island School of DesignGail Dodge (b.1985, San Francisco) is a Providence-based artist working with video, performance and sculptural materials. She received a BFA from the University of Arizona in 3D and Extended Media in 2013 and completed her MFA in Sculpture at RISD in 2015. She is currently faculty in the Sculpture Department at RISD. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally in cities including Mexico City, Mexico; Tucson, AZ; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; Baltimore, MD; Austin, TX; and Michigan City, IN.Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)mixed-language groups, students with disabilities
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Performance / Multimedia Installation / Science and Technology Studies / Industrial EconomicsGeorgina VossShe / herNew York, NY, USA (EST)Englishgsvoss@gmail.comwww.gsvoss.com@gsvossUniversity of the Arts London / Strange Telemetry I’m an artist, writer, and researcher, whose practice spans performance, multi-media installation, investigative research projects, and text.

My work focuses the presence and politics of large-scale technologies, complex systems, and heavy industry. Much of what I do is driven by frustration and fascination around technological exceptionalism and determinism; what is seen as deviant and what is seen as mundane; how history plays out in technological systems; and where narratives, rhetoric, and storytelling grind up against material practice.

I am currently Reader in Systems and Deviance at the Design School, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London; where I’m also co-founder and lead of Supra Systems Studio. Before moving into art and design, I was trained in anthropology of technology and industrial economics.
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Dance (Traditional dances of North Africa, the Middle East, the Balkans, Anatolia/Turkey, the Caucasus, Iran, Central Asia, Northern India as well as Argentine Tango and Argentine Folkdance)
Ethnology
Textile and Costume Design of Traditional Dress
Helene EriksenSeattle, WA, USA Pacific Time ZoneEnglish, German, Spanish, French, Bulgarian, Serbo-Croatianmail@helene-eriksen.dewww.helene-eriksen.deFacebookANAR DANA: Helene Eriksen's Traditional Dance TheatreHelene is a dance ethnologist, teacher, performer and choreographer of traditional dances of the Balkans and Islamic Orient as well as Argentine Tango and folk dance. She lectures and publishes on dance ethnology and costume studies. She has conducted many research projects in Bulgaria, ex-Yugoslavia, Hungary, Romania, Greece, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia, Egypt, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco and Argentina as well as with immigrant communities in Europe and the Americas. She speaks several Languages. She is an active member of the Study Group on Ethnochoreology (ICTM/UNESCO). For many years she has been leading dance and culture study tours to Morocco, Turkey, Armenia and Uzbekistan (Coming up: tours to Argentina!).
Helene studied Dance Ethnology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and was later a doctoral candidate in Folklore, Slavistics and Turcology at the Georg-August University in Göttingen, Germany. In Los Angeles she performed with AVAZ International Dance Theater, Gypsy Dance Company and Jasna Planina Ensemble. After a year at the Folkdance Academy in Plovdiv, Bulgaria she was a guest of the Turkish State Folkdance Ensemble in Ankara. She completed her Second Year Kathak Accreditation with honours with the Prayag Sangit Samiti, Allahabad, India. She directed her ensemble Raqs-e Hilal for several years in Germany. Since 1994 she has been teaching intensive ANAR DANA training programs internationally. Currently there are projects in the US, German and Argentina.
As a dancer she has appeared on television, in large festivals and on stages around the world with performances in: Germany, Austria, England, Denmark, Sweden, Holland, France, Switzerland, Italy, Bulgaria, Croatia, Turkey, Russia, Canada, Norway, the USA, Pakistan, Algeria, Slovenia, Mexico, Argentina and Uzbekistan.
Hourly Rate, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systems, 40 years of international teaching experience in several languagesPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Online lessonsnon-art/design students, mixed-language groups, online and distance classes
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Drawing, sculptural installation, mixed mediaHollis Hammondsshe, herAustinEnglishhollis.hammonds@mac.comwww.hollishammonds.com@mynameishollisSt. Edward's UniversityI'm a multimedia artist who also teaches at St. Edward's University in Austin, TX. My work is primarily focused on drawing practices both 2D and in the 3D space. I'm happy to trade visiting artist lectures or virtual studio visits. Primarily teach drawing (all levels), life drawing, oil painting, sequential art (comics).Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)
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New Media Art, Interaction Design, Critical Design, Exhibit Design, Social PracticeIan Wojtowiczhe/him/hisVancouver, CanadaEnglish, French, Polishiwoj@alum.mit.eduianwojtowicz.comtwitter.com/iwojGraphite Design LabsIan Wojtowicz (b 1977) is an artist living and working in Vancouver. He uses design fiction, speculative design and public interventions to provoke discussion of issues around structural violence, prejudice, cultural reconciliation and democratic agency. Themes of futurism, historical dissensus, editing and repair run through his work.

Wojtowicz has shown projects at the International Symposium for Electronic Art, SIGGRAPH, MIT Media Lab, and Harvard University and has lectured at The New School, Carnegie Museum of Art, California College of the Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, Polin Museum of the History of Polish Jews and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum. His projects have been featured in Wired Magazine and Atlantic Monthly and he has taught at Emily Carr University of Art & Design. Wojtowicz holds a master’s degree in Art, Culture and Technology from MIT’s School of Architecture where he studied with Krzysztof Wodiczko.

Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)
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PhotographyJ Houstonthey/themBrooklyn, NY, US (EST)Englishj@j-houston.comj@j-houston.comInstagram @j__houstonPrevious Teaching Artist at Mattress Factory Museum of Contemporary Art, Silver Eye Center for Photography, NARS Foundation, and Carnegie Mellon University Pre-CollegeJ Houston was born in Kalamazoo, MI and studied art and gender theory at Carnegie Mellon University. They were an artist-in-residence at Otis College of Art, The Growlery, and Vermont Studio Center, and their images made with the trans community have been a finalist for Duke CDS Essay Prize, Robert Giard Grant, and Silver Eye Center for Photography's Fellowship. Their work has been shown at Houston Center for Photography, Turner Contemporary, Aviary Gallery, Amos Eno Gallery, CONTACT Gallery, Miller Institute of Contemporary Art, Siena Heights University, and New York Photo Festival, among others.Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussMiddle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes), Virtual Workshopnon-art/design students, students with disabilitiesNoneThank you!
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Performance Poet, Writer (theater, poetry, micro-memoir, curriculum development, articles)J Mase III He/Him/HisSeattle, WA, USA, PSTEnglishPoet@jmaseiii.comwww.jmaseiii.com ; www.theBlackTransPrayerBook.com ; www.awQwardtalent.comIG @jmaseiii awQward talent J Mase III is a Black/Trans/queer poet & educator based in Seattle by way of Philly. As an educator, Mase has worked with thousands of community members in the US, UK, and Canada on the needs of LGBTQIA+ folks and racial justice in spaces such as K-12 schools, universities, faith communities and restricted care facilities. He is founder of awQward, the first trans and queer people of color talent agency.

He was raised by a Baptist Mother and Nation of Islam father.

J Mase is author of And Then I Got Fired: One Transqueer’s Reflections on Grief, Unemployment & Inappropriate Jokes About Death.

Currently, he is head writer for the theatrical production Black Bois and is co-editor of the #BlackTransPrayerBook.

Find him on Instagram (@jmaseiii) and www.jmaseiii.com!
Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, online and distance classes, Interfaith conversations
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Eco-ArtsJacqueline K CalladineShe/HerCarnation & Kirkland WAEnglishjkcalladine@outlook.comwww.jkcalladine@outlook.com@jkcalladine and @wild.creative.studio (both IG)Creative Placemaking Leadership Council, WEAD (Women Eco Artists Dialog)I am a British born eco-artist now living just outside of Seattle. I have spent many years as a community arts leader, arts nonprofit leader, and am passionate about driving positive change through the arts. My own artwork speaks to climate change, environmental justice and ecofeminism. My work challenges the norms of artistic praxis and is based on continual materials research and innovation as well as a reframing of what it means to be a contemporary artist in a throwaway, fast-art culture. I strive to balance my innate need to create with my desire (and responsibility) to produce less trash for the planet to cope with.Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+)Presentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, online and distance classesnoneI am open to collaborations and partnerships with students/educational establishments
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Fashion design (zero waste methodology, sustainable design, upcycling), weaving (textiles, rugs, furniture), avant-garde sculpture, collage/Reclaimed clothing, textiles, found objects/materials, cement, paint, misc. paperJanelle AbbottShe/herSeattle, WA, USA, PSTEnglish, some ASLgoldisugly@hotmail.comWww.janelleabbott.com www.femailforever,com@janellerabbott @femailforever PNW born and raised, my parents owned a local clothing manufacturer when I was growing up—I was home schooled thru 9th grade, so I was able to spend a lot of times at the warehouse exploring my creative inclinations.

I attended Parsons School of Design, graduating in 2012 with a BFA in fashion design. I won a Louis Vuitton’s design competition in 2010, was named one of the top 12 womenswear designers of my graduating class, top 3 finalists at the Metropolitan Museums Schiaparelli inspires accessory design completion.

Immediately after graduating, I spent 3 months sewing white t shirts in the Amos Anderson Museum in Helsinki Finland as a part of my professor Timo Rissanen and Salvà Salin’s installation “15%”.

Upon returning to Seattle I began working with Camilla Carper (based in LA) on FEMAIL—we mail clothing and art back and forth to create art together, though from afar, via the USPS. In 2017 we were featured in SAM’s YSL inspired fashion show, Out of Sight, and the inaugural Festival Festival. In 2018 we had our first solo museum exhibition at the Bellevue Arts Museum. In 2019 we hosted a workshop at the National Postal Museum in DC, Teen Vogue declared us one of the top 5 emerging designers of that year and featured us in their NYFW event “Generation Next”. We have also been featured in Nylon, Interview Magazine, and Fashionista, among others.

Since 2018 I have been conducting a solo project called Wardrobe Therapy—I interview clients to better understand their style and motivations then assist them in purging beloved yet unworn garments from their closets so that I can deconstruct and combine them to become newly imagined pieces they will wear once again. I’ve already conducted project with 40 clients and currently have over 50 on a waitlist. The project has been featured in Document Journal and Crosscut.

I am interested in the narratives that become attached to material objects. I am interested i the nature of sentimentality and how it can adjust our vision of, connection to, and interaction with the material world. I am interested in the salvation of cast off goods and materials. I am interested in dismantling the fashion industry as it’s formally been developed because it is toxic not only to the mental health of every individual it encounters, but also because it has become the 2nd largest polluter and emitter of CO2 worldwide—it runs on the energy of slaves, individuals trapped in debt bondage, environmental degradation and irresponsibility utilization of resources for the sole propose of satiating the unquenchable thirst of a ramped consumer base who they have intentionally undereducated about the true cost and value of labor behind the production of clothing, purely to line their own pockets and boost their own egos. I see a new fashion economy and industry emerging that is sustainable, ethical, human centric in every sense, increasingly localized and specialized to bolstering individual style and not prescribed aesthetic.

Aside from all that, I weave chairs for Del Webber and work on his woven sculpture, I give tours for Beneath the Streets in Pioneer Square, I teach yoga at We Yoga Co. and for a year and a half I hosted a donation yoga class at a Wallingford cafe. I enjoy cooking, jogging, dancing, bike riding, organizing and reorganizing, spending time with my husband and family, hosting tea parties for friends, attending church services to restore my hope that humanity has a purpose and a future, as well as to remind myself that I am not the source of my own salvation nor anyone else’s. I am a conduit for better things in the world, and thus work towards remaining open to the good that can be transposed through me.
Case-by-Case; prefer to discussI am certified yoga instructor and have been actively teaching weekly classes for over 4 years.Presentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)My studio is not ADA accessible, unfortunately.Thank you for doing this, Surface 💗 you are an irreplaceable asset to this city!
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Installation/painting/sculpture/videoJanet Loren HillShe, her, hersUtica, NY, USA (EST)Englishjanetlorenhill@gmail.comwww.janetlorenhill.com@janetlorenhill (instagram) Pratt MWPJanet Loren Hill overturns the paradigm of the looked at “feminine” and “masculine” looker, hinging her ongoing series, “I think I married the back of your head, but damn it treats me well.” on her husband, Jordan’s portrait. Hill navigates her vantage point as at times pleasurable, always critical and frequently humorous. Questioning the persistent belief that a glimpse contains an uncontaminated truth or that a portrait captures the essence of a person, Hill uses exaggeration to highlight the collective socialization of desire and the murkiness of how we construct our identities in relation to our partner.

Hill received her BFA from University of Washington and her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has exhibited at numerous galleries nationally including Field Projects Gallery (NY, NY), Blindfold Gallery (Seattle, WA) and Stone Gallery's 2017 exhibition of "Boston Young Contemporaries". Hill has attended multiple residencies internationally including Vermont Studio Center, Wassaic Project, Beijing Royal School and McColl Center for Art + Innovation. In the 2017 MFA Annual edition of New American Paintings, Elisabeth Sherman, Assistant Curator at Whitney Museum of Art, selected and highlighted Hill’s work.
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)mixed-language groups, students with disabilities
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Smell/taste media artJas Brooksthey/them/theirChicago, IL, USA (GMT-5)English, Frenchjasbrooks@uchicago.edujasbrooks.nettwitter.com/jas_x_flowersUniversity of ChicagoJas Brooks is an artist and graduate student at the University of Chicago pursuing a Computer Science PhD in the Human Computer Integration Lab, as well as a co-founder and researcher of the Community-Based Olfactory Research Group. They graduated from the University of Chicago in 2016 with a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science.

Their technical research interests lie in developing novel devices that directly interface with our senses of smell and taste. Jas's research is funded by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. They previously taught in the Department of Art and Technology Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Additionally, Jas worked in the Leadership Computing Facility at Argonne National Laboratory, developing immersive scientific visualizations primarily in collaboration with UChicago's Kasthuri lab.

Their artwork deals with themes of intimacy, sexuality and gender, and the amplification of emotional and aesthetic experiences by technology, chiefly employing a combination of taste, smell, and immersive environments.
Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes), Interested in also exploring virtual workshopsnon-art/design studentsThanks for organizing this, and happy to in general chat with anyone. If anyone else also does olfactory/food/media work wants to also generally chat, would be intrigued discussing how this pans out for modalities that cannot be transmitted digitally.
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Photography. Painting. Jason Engelundhe, his, himCastro Valley, California. USA. Pacific Time.Englishjasonengelund@gmail.comhttps://jasonengelund.com/https://www.instagram.com/jasonengelund/Art making at the threshold of Photography and Painting. Permanent Collectio of the Musuem of Photographic Arts. Experience in gallery representation. Teaching college and high school level. Social Justice and Community Arts, 11 years experience. Lump Sum / Honorarium, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)online and distance classes
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Painting. All forms.Jason LienHe/himSeattleEnglishJasonarnelien@gmail.comI am a painter working professionally as such and teaching for 20+ years. My work has exhibited in public and private collections as long. I have worked with every age of student from 18 mo. To 102 years. MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design.Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / HonorariumEarly Childhood (approximate age 0-4), Elementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)non-art/design studentsNone
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FibersJeana Eve Kleinshe/ herBoone, NC, USA (EST)Englishjeanaeveklein@gmail.comjeanaeveklein.comIG: jeanaevekleinAppalachian State UniversityRecent work: largely text-based with political content; 2D, installation, and interactive. Past work: mixed media quilts and tiny obsessive embroidery.Trade/ExchangeUndergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)
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Printmaking/ sculpture/ photography / glassJen BlazinaShe/her/hersPhiladelphia PA eastern standard timeEnglish Info@jenblazina.comJenblazina.com@jenblazinaDrexel UniversityBlazina resides and has a studio in Philadelphia where she is a working artist exhibiting with solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally.

Blazina has been awarded numerous residencies including: the Corning Artist in Residency at the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, New York; GAPP Residency at Toledo Museum of Art in Toledo, OH; The Estonia Academy of Art in Tallinn, Estonia; Bezalel Art and Design Academy in Jerusalem, Israel; European Ceramic Work Centre in Tilburg, Netherlands; Djerassi Resident Artists Program in Woodside, CA; Frans Masserel Centre in Kasterlee, Belgium; Creative Glass Center of America in Millville, NJ. Among her awarded grants are: Bessie and Louis Stein Fellowship; Leeway Foundation Grant; Independence Foundation Grant; a NEA grant supported by the Women’s Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY. Her work is in numerous museum and private collections as well as represented by Habatat Galleries in Royal Oak, MI; Koelsch Gallery in Houston, TX; and the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY.

Jen Blazina received her M.F.A. in printmaking from Cranbrook Academy of Art, her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and her B.F.A., cum laude, from the State University of New York at Purchase College.

She is a currently a Professor of Fine Arts at Drexel University.
Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)non-art/design students, Art students glass students Web, Studio I would love to help. I have been a visiting professor to many schools world wide.
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Creative Writing (poetry and nonfiction)Jen Hydeshe/herBrooklyn, NY (EST) Englishjen.hyde@gmail.com jenhyde.com @jenlhydeNYU (expository writing program), Asian American Writer's Workshop (former Margins Fellow) Jen Hyde is a writer, editor, and educator based in Los Angeles and Brooklyn, New York. She has written for The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Globe, Longreads and elsewhere.

Jen’s debut poetry collection Hua Shi Hua,华诗画 [Drawings & Poems from China], was published by Ahsahta Press (Boise State University) in 2017. She is currently at work on Murmur, a 2016 finalist for the Creative Capital Grant in Literature. It is a work of nonfiction.

Murmur has received significant support from Yaddo, The Millay Colony and the Asian American Writer's Workshop where Jen was a 2016 Margins Fellow.

Jen holds an MFA in poetry from NYU where she has taught in the Expository Writing Program since 2014.

She is the Poetry Editor of the Bellevue Literary Review, a chapbook publisher for No Dear/Small Anchor, and a writing, editing, and storytelling consultant. Since becoming a mother in 2018, she also writes a monthly newsletter called Nap Chat.
Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, mixed-language groupsso happy this resource is getting put together! and happy to help!
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PhotographyJennifer CoppSheWinter Springs, Florida, USA (EST)EnglishJenniferCopp.Photo@gmail.comwww.JenniferCopp.comFacebookSeminole State CollegeMFA Photography and Related Media, School of Visual Arts in NYC - 16 years teaching.Hourly Rate, Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, online and distance classes
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Photography/lens based imagery Jennifer Greenburg She/herChicago, CSTEnglish Jennifer@jennifergreenburg.comWww.jennifergreenburg.comJjgreenburg or jennifergreenburg Associate professor fine art, Indiana University Northwest Child bride of academia, conceptual artist Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)non-art/design students, students with disabilities, online and distance classesN/a
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Painting/Drawing/Art HistoryJessica SnowShe/HerSan Francisco, CA, USA (Pacific time)English, Frenchjessnow@me.comwww.jessicasnowart.comInstagram: @jessnow01University of San FranciscoArtist, Professor, Curator: I’m a professional artist and adjunct faculty member at University of San Francisco, as well as an independent curator. I’m currently curating ‘Relics for the Future’, scheduled to open at NIAD in Richmond, CA, May 2020Case-by-Case; prefer to discussHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, students with disabilities, online and distance classesMy specialty is teaching Modern Art History to Undergraduates. I’m also available on Zoom for studio visits and independent critiques.
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Architect/Architecture HistoryJessica VarnerShe/herMIT, Massachusetts (EST)English mother tongue (Italian fluent)varnerj@mit.eduwww.smallerlarge.org@smallerlarge (Twitter)MITEnvironmental history, materialism, feminism, chemicals, toxic studies, and environmental justice. Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)online and distance classes
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Visual Art, Art History, Art Admin, /Interdisciplinary Artist/Curator Jessica WimbleyShe, herSacramento, CA PSTEnglishjessica.wimbley30@gmail.comwww.jessicawimbley.com
www.biomythart.com
facebook, instagramIndependantWimbley received her BFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design, M.F.A in Visual Arts from the University of California, Davis, and her MA in Arts Management from Claremont Graduate University. Wimbley has been included in exhibitions at a number of institutions including the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, California State University at Long Beach, Ripon College and other galleries and institutions across the United States.
Wimbley has been recognized for leadership in her work with academic museums and galleries, having received a fellowship and certificate in Leadership from Association of Academic Museums and Galleries and Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Wimbley’s work in arts management includes having launched, managed and conceived the program Art After Hours at the Pomona College Museum of Art, serving as Board member of the non profit Museum Educators of Southern California, panelist for the department of Cultural Affairs in Los Angeles, Public Art division. Wimbley served a 3 year term on the City of Claremont's Public Art Committee.
Part of a curatorial team with artist/curator, Chris Christion, Wimbley has developed the curatorial project series Biomythography, with exhibitions in academic and non-profit art spaces in Southern California including California Lutheran University, Eastside International, Los Angeles, University of La Verne, and Claremont Graduate University.
Wimbley has given talks and lectures at a number of institutions including, Pomona College, Cal State North Ridge, San Diego City College, Chapman University, College of the Canyons, and California Lutheran University, to name a few.
Lump Sum / HonorariumHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)non-art/design students
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Interdisciplinary PrintmakingJill AnnieMargaretShe/HerBoise, Idaho USA MountainEnglishjillanniemargaret@boisestate.eduBoise State University, Rocky Mountain Printmaking Alliance, MAPCCurrently a resident artist at Playa in Summer Lake, Oregon for an Art as Activism residency, Jill's current work incorporates archery, documentation and mapping with ideas of self-care, trauma resilience and finding equilibrium in turbulent times.

Jill AnnieMargaret received her M.F.A. in Visual Art from California State University Long Beach in 2005 and B.F.A. with distinction from Sonoma State University. She holds a B.S. in Communications from Clarion University. The recipient of the SSU, E.C. Boyle Arts in Paris Scholarship, Jill studied in Paris and at the Academia di Belli Arti in Florence, Italy in 2000-2001. Her work manifests in various media with printmaking ever present. From alter ego musical performances, shadow puppetry to uniformed public protests, printmaking or the idea of the print serves as a common thread in her work. In February 2019 she opened Gather, a solo exhibition in the main gallery at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nevada. She has presented solo exhibitions and lectures in Japan, Argentina, Italy, Estonia, U.K. and many other locations nationally and internationally. Jill has directed the Printmaking program at Boise State University since 2005. She is a Professor of Art and Associate Chair of the Department Art, Design and Visual Studies. Since 2018 she has served as Project Manager and liaison for the transition and move of the department into the world class, Center for the Visual Arts, a 98,000 square foot, 48-million-dollar project. In 2009 she founded the Rocky Mountain Printmaking Alliance to strengthen regional connections in the discipline. In 2015, she changed her legal last name from Fitterer to AnnieMargaret, a name that honors four generations of women on the maternal side of her family. She lives in Boise, Idaho with her two Cardigan Welsh Corgis.
Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)printmaking/ mobilie learning, community buildingnoneInterested in reciprocal exchange for online semester transition.
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puppetry, performance, video, printmakingJohanna Wintersshe/herKansas City, MOEnglishjohanna.winters@gmail.comwww.jojowinters.comIG: @unruffianHighpoint Center for Printmaking (former employee), Lawrence Arts Center (former resident), Kansas City Art Institute (current faculty)I'm a puppeteer, printmaker, and educator living and working in Kansas City, MO. (In a past lifetime I was a professional nordic skier on an Olympic-development team based in the upper Midwest.) My work is both a dispatch of the anxieties I share with women about the shame, disappointment, and pleasure of aging, and a confrontation of the social conditioning that perpetuates the repression of female desire and agency. I received my MFA from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville in 2018, and was the 2018-19 Printmaking Artist in Residence at the Lawrence Arts Center in Lawrence, KS. Recent performances and exhibitions include the Fluorescent Gallery (Knoxville, TN), St. Norbert College (De Pere, WI), Track One Silo Room (Nashville, TN), the Lawrence Arts Center (Lawrence KS), Plug Projects (Kansas City, MO), and Open Eye Figure Theatre (Minneapolis, MN).
Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, adult community workshops at art non-profitsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, online and distance classesI'm currently teaching a puppetry/performance class at the Kansas City Art Institute, and as I adapt the curriculum to this unprecedented moment, I would love to remotely host a time-based artist and reciprocate the 'visit.' Let's talk!
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Fiber / Digital WeavingJohn Paul MorabitoThey/ThemChicago, ILEnglishjohn.paul.morabito@gmail.comwww.johnpaulmorabito.comInstagram: @johnpaulmorabitoSchool of the Art Institute of ChicagoTransdisciplinary weaver John Paul Morabito engages queerness, ethnicity, and the sacred through the medium of tapestry reimagined in the digital age. They have exhibited internationally including the Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou City, China; CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA; Fresh Window Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Dorksy Gallery Curatorial Projects, Long Island City, NY; Document, Chicago, IL; The Center for Craft, Creativity, and Design, Asheville, NC; and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI. Public collections include the Musée des maîtres et artisans du Québec, Montreal, QC, CA, and the Textile Resource Center at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. From 2007-2011, Morabito served as a designer and weaver for Suzanne Tick – Tick Studio. Since 2013, they have collaborated with the photographer Laura Letinsky. Together Letinsky and Morabito exhibit internationally and have developed collections for Skyline Design and the Renaissance Society. Morabito holds a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and is Assistant Professor, Adj. of Fiber and Material Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.Lump Sum / Honorarium, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)
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ArchitectureJohn Stoughtonhe/him/hisCincinnati, OH (EST)Englishjohn@team-b.coteam-b.coIG: @n_o_r_t_o_nUniversity of CincinnatiCo-founder, Team B Architecture & Design; Instructor, University of Cincinnati SAID Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DCritique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)Available as needed for UG- and G-level Arch students & studios on a volunteer/pro-bono basis.
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Painting and DrawingJonah CriswellHim/HisKansas City, MOEnglish, German (so so)jcriswell@kcai.edujonahcriswell.com@jonahcriswellKansas City Art InstituteBorn in Springfield, BFA from Kansas City Art Institute and MFA from Pennsylvania State University, Jonah Criswell has exhibited in New York, St. Louis, and Berlin. His paintings and drawings consider psychological and emotional features of being an animal living in time. Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoUndergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalCritique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)case by case
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PaintingJordan Buschurshe/her/hersToledo, Ohio, USA (Eastern)Englishjordanbuschur@gmail.comwww.jordanbuschur.comhttps://www.instagram.com/jordanbuschur/The Arts CommissionJordan Buschur comes from a long line of collectors, and her paintings reflect this proclivity towards amassing objects. An artist, educator, and curator, she received an M.F.A. from Brooklyn College, the City University of New York. Her work has been shown in numerous locations, including exhibitions with the Center for Book Arts (New York), Tiger Strikes Asteroid (New York), and the Toledo Museum of Art. She was a community teaching resident at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts and the Sheldon Museum of Art and completed residencies at Chashama North, the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, and the Vermont Studio Center. Awards include the Ohio Arts Council Individual Excellence Award, the Kimmel Foundation Artist Award and the Charles Shaw Painting Award. Her artwork has been featured on Creative Boom, the Jealous Curator, and Young Space, among others. She has curated exhibitions at Cuchifritos Gallery and Spring/Break Art Show, both in New York, and the Neon Heater in Findlay, Ohio. Buschur was the Director of the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln and currently works with The Arts Commission in Toledo, Ohio, where she co-founded Co-Worker Gallery in the corner of her office.Case-by-Case; prefer to discussElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)
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Video art, experimental documentaryJose Luis BenavidesHe/His/HimChicago, IL USA (Central Time Zone)English/Spanishjbenav@artic.eduwww.joseluisbenavides.comWilbur Wright College - City Colleges of Chicago, Chicago Public LibrariesJose Luis Benavides (b. 1986 Chicago, US) is a queer Latinx artist, filmmaker and educator. He recently held his first solo show at Terremoto - La Postal, Mexico City, MX (2018) featuring portions of the experimental documentary project and exhibit, Lulu en el Jardín. His video art has screened at the video and performance festival: HOMOGRAFÍA/HOMOGRAPHY, Halles Saint-Géry, Brussels, BE (2019), the Museum of Contemporary Art Alfredo Zalce, Morelia, MX (2018); the Bernardo Quintana Art Center, MX; and the Museum of Art of Tlaxcala, MX (2018) for the same festival. He has also exhibited video work at MAMŰ Gallery and Dual Gallery, Budapest, HU (2019); Screen Share Video Gallery at the Logan Center for the Arts, Chicago, US (2019); The Nightingale (2017); and Links Hall (2016). His work has been official selections of various festivals including CinHomo - Muestra Internacional de Cine y Diversidad Sexual, Valladolid, ES (2019), Cadence Video Poetry Festival, Seattle, US (2019), Collected Voices, Chicago, US (2018); 2nd Floor Rear Festival, Chicago, US (2017); and S2F2: Scored Silent Film Festival, Chicago, US (2013). His videos have also featured on various digital media such as Queer Moving Image Review, US (2018), Video Video Zine,US (2015), and Gothic Angle, UK (2016). Benavides also programs a video-art series called Sin Cinta Previa: Latinx & Queer Archive Video Series which he was awarded a POWER Project grant from the Art Leaders of Color Network (2018). His collaborative video work with his husband, Palestinian visual artist Qais Assali, have screened and exhibited at Mizna's Arab Film Fest, Minneapolis, US (2019), Michigan State University's Union Gallery, Lansing, US (2018), Qalandiya International, Ramallah, Palestine (2018). Benavides received an MFA from University of Illinois at Chicago in 2017.Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/ExchangeMiddle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)non-art/design students, mixed-language groups, online and distance classes
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Printmaking (specifically letterpress & relief), book arts, paper, drawing, installational printsJoseph LappieHe/His/HimDavenport, Iowa, USA (Central)English, basic Germanart@josephlappie.comwww.josephlappie.com@pepticrobot (instagram), joseph lappie (facebook)St. Ambrose UniversityBooks, installation, & the community. Book/Paper/Print is a great way of developing the idea of multiplicity and the dissemination of an idea to the public (as well as digital ways) I spend a lot of time traversing both free events for those who can't afford reliable art making (k-12, social services, etc...) and exhibiting in galleries, universities and collections across the country. Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systems, While I don't daily teach k-12 I offer free visits within a 40 mile radius to any art class in my region. I interact with 8-12 classes per year this way. I am also an active visiting artist for undergrad/grad schools. Finally many, many community events. Presentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design studentsnoneLooking forward to being utilized and utilizing our great support system and the individual artist's voice. Thanks for putting this together!!
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Mixed Media, Painting, DrawingJoshua CrossHeConcord, NCEnglishjoshua.cross@pfeiffer.eduwww.oshcross.com (personal) https://www.pfeiffer.edu/academics/programs/studio-art-ba (school)@studiopfeiffer (facebook) Pfeiffer University, National Collage Society MemberWorking artist, 20 years exp teaching higher ed in a variety of disciplines. Resident artist for middle schoolers on multiple occasions (connections of art and personal history).
Interested in the way we perceive/assimilate/approach pop culture, media, and history. I feel students benefit from knowing the basics and traditional techniques and materials and then adapting them to their own ideas and will.
Lump Sum / Honorarium, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussMiddle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)non-art/design students, online and distance classes, undergrad art majorsnoneThanks for the opportunity.
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PaintingJudy K CollischanNew YorkEnglish JCollischan@gmail.comFacebook & InstagramArtist who has always made art while employed as a museum director, public art director, curator, writer/critic. Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Senior citizens Studio visit by adults. non-art/design students, Non-art students NoneI work at home. My work is on the walls and could be held up. A talk would consist of my background in art - past and present, and viewing of selected work done over time.
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Painting and DrawingJulia Morrisroe Gainesville, FLEnglishJulia01@ufl.eduJuliamorrisroe.comUniversity of FloridaTeaching painting and drawing in the expanded fieldCase-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)mixed-language groups
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ArchitectureKaren KubeyShe/herPortland, OR (PDT)Englishkkubey@uoregon.eduwww.karenkubey.net@karenkubey on various platformsUniversity of Oregon School of Architecture & EnvironmentKaren Kubey is an urbanist specializing in housing and health and a Fellow in Design for Spatial Justice at the University of Oregon. She is the editor of Housing as Intervention: Architecture towards Social Equity (Architectural Design, 2018) and served as the first executive director of the Institute for Public Architecture. Kubey co-founded the New York chapter of Architecture for Humanity (now Open Architecture/New York) and co-founded and led the New Housing New York design competition. Holding degrees in architecture from the University of California, Berkeley and the Columbia University Graduate School for Architecture, Preservation and Planning (GSAPP), Kubey began her career as a designer of below-market housing. She has received support from the New York State Council on the Arts and The MacDowell Colony.Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)****THANK YOU*** S. & A.L.!!!!
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Curator / Arts AdministratorKarla AguinigaShe/HerChicago / LASpanish / Englishkaguiniga@saic.eduhttps://www.torres-gutierrez.net/ @cyanyellowmagentaSAIC Graduate candidate Arts Administration and PolicyKarla Aguiñiga, is a transfronteriza (Mexican/American) artist, educator, and curator from Tijuana, Mexico. Her work as an arts administrator is driven by a desire to create pathways for artists of color of all ages. Her curatorial work includes “Fantasies and Fallacies” (2017) and “Dual Vision” (2018) at the Mexican Center for Culture and Cinematic Arts (CCCM) in Los Angeles, featuring works by 35 LA-based Mexican and Chicanx artists under 35. Fantasies and Fallacies was an exhibition in conjunction with the Getty initiative Pacific Standard Time: Los Angeles/Latin America. Additionally, she has curated socially engaging public programs for the Craft Contemporary Museum, Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, and currently, We Rise at Grand Park Los Angeles. She is a founding member of AMBOS (Art Made Between Opposite Sides) and the secretary of the arts non-profit Relaciones Inesperadas in Tijuana. She has previously held positions at the Chicago Architecture Biennial, Material Art Fair (Mexico City) and the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. She received a Bachelor of Art from the University of California Los Angeles and is a graduate student in Art Administration and Public Policy at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/karla-agui%C3%B1iga-0b55674b/
Volunteer/Pro BonoElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalCritique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, mixed-language groupsAvailable via text or facetime if you want to discuss idea about studio visit.
I am available for the next 3 weeks. After April 6th my availability will change due to online course work.
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Sculpture / Public Art / Installation / DrawingKasia Ozgashe/herSaint-Étienne, FranceEnglish, French, Polishcontact@kasiaozga.comwww.kasiaozga.com@KasiaOzgaArt(previously) University of Paris 8, EESABI am a Polish American sculptor and installation artist based between Chicago, IL and Saint-Étienne, France. I reuse, revalue, and reanimate mass-produced materials into singular artworks and invert associations we make with different types of waste.
I am a former Kosciuszko Foundation Fellowship recipient, Harriet Hale Woolley grantee from the Fondation des Etats-Unis, Jerome Fellowship recipient at Franconia Sculpture Park, and Paul-Louis Weiller award recipient from the French Académie des Beaux-Arts. My work has been exhibited in over 10 different countries and she has participated widely in residencies in Europe and North America (Shakers, Nekatoenea, Pépinières Européennes de Création, ACRE, KHN). A former professor at the European Academy of Art in Brittany (EESAB), I hold a Ph.D. from the University of Paris 8, an M.F.A. from the Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, and a B.F.A. from the SMFA at Tufts University, Boston.
Case-by-Case; prefer to discussHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work)Up for group chats, portfolio reviews, and one-on-one meeting with students!
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Socially Engaged Public Art (museum studies, community lead design, social practice, urban studies, interdisciplinary sculpture, installation, curation)Kate Clarkshe/her/hersAnacortes/WA/USA (PST)Englishkate@parkeology.orgwww.parkeology.org@parkeology - InstagramLead Artist: ParkeologyI'm the lead artist of Parkeology, a public art project that develops community lead installations and events about the unusual, radical, and sometimes violent histories of public space. Projects have included audio installations about LGBTQ cruising in parks, live face casting events with anthropology museums, and sculpture installations with salvaged artifacts from construction digs. As an interdisciplinary, site-responsive artist, I work collaboratively, often with non artists, including geologists, archivists, park rangers, and archaeologists. Collaborations have included projects with the Smithsonian Institution, The Osage Nation Museum, Lambda Archives, The Oakland Museum of California, The Museum of Man, and San Diego Parks and Recreation. I'm currently working on two multi-year public art commissions in Seattle, WA and San Diego, CA.
MFA: UC San Diego, BA: Evergreen State College.
Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Case-by-Case; prefer to discuss, Honorariums appreciated when possibleElementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, students with disabilities
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Media art, virtual reality, video artKate Parsonsshe/herLos Angeles, CA, USA (PST)CAkate@float.landkateparsons.art, float.land, femmebit.art@parsonsprojects (instagram) @kateparsonstv (twitter)Art Center College of Design, Pepperdine UniversityKate is a video artist and educator living in Los Angeles. She obtained her M.F.A. in Media Arts from UCLA and an M.A. in Digital Art and Video from CSU-N. She is the co-founder of FLOAT, a VR/AR art studio, and founder of FEMMEBIT, a video art festival celebrating Los Angeles female-identifying artists working in video and new media. Much of Kate's practice surrounds human connection, meaning-making, and our relationships to the biological and environmental systems we inhabit. Her graduate studies involved research into the myriad ways humans mourn and express grief. She has participated in solo and group residencies at Stanford University, Signal Culture, The Media Archaeology Lab at the University of Colorado, Coaxial Arts Foundation (courtesy of the Pasadena Arts Council) and Dublab. She is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Digital Arts and Communications Studies at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA, and Instructor in Media Design Practices at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro BonoHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)non-art/design students, students with disabilities, online and distance classesnone
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New Media, Sculpture, Video Kathleen McDermott She/Her Brooklyn, NY (EST)englishkmcdermott@nyu.eduhttp://kthartic.com/, https://urbanarmor.org/@kit_the_robot (instagram) NYU (integrated digital media) Kathleen McDermott is an interdisciplinary artist and designer with a background in installation, prop-making and sculpture. She combines her knowledge of fabrication with open source hardware to build a language of absurdity that merges new media, design, performance, and video. She is interested in technologies that are not productive, robots badly suited to absurd purposes and electronic creations beyond her control. Trade/ExchangeMiddle School (approximate age 11-13), High School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.D, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)
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Visual artist / painting, printmaking, drawingKathy LiaoShe/her/hersKansas City, MO, USA CSTEnglishKliao@missouriwestern.eduWww.kathyliao.com@kathyliao.art instagram Missouri Western State UniversityLiao received her MFA in Painting from Boston University and BFA in Painting and Drawing from University of Washington, Seattle. She was a recipient of various awards including the Elizabeth Greenshield Foundation Grant, Artist Grants from Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Vermont Studio Center, and Jentel Artist Residency. Her works were exhibited nationally in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Kansas City.Lump Sum / Honorarium, Trade/Exchange, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)
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Oil Painting/Drawing Katie Neece she/herSouth Bend, IndianaEnglish kneeceart@gmail.comkatieneece.com@katie_neece (Instagram)Notre DameInterested in post-digital painting, vaporwave and architectural theory/hauntology Volunteer/Pro BonoHigh School (approximate age 14-17+), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, TechnicalPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)NoneThank you for your consideration!
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Sculpture/Video/New Media/PerformanceKaty McCarthyShe/her/hersBrooklyn, NY, USA, EST Englishher@katymccarthy.comwww.katymccarthy.cominsta @romancemccarthyCurrently teaching at UT AustinI am an artist and educator living between Austin, TX where I teach at UT Austin and BK, NY. I make video, sculpture, new media and performance work that meld elements of my contemporary life with those from people and events across time, bringing the past and present into dialogue in surreal ways. I have made work about asteroids, paleontology, early feminists, and contemporary politics. My work has been shown at Jonathan Hopson gallery in Houston, Sleep Center Gallery in NYC, Flux Factory in NYC, Santa Barbara Contemporary Art Museum, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, TSA Gallery in Los Angeles, and the Military Museum in Belgrade, Serbia. My videos have screened at NURTUREart’s 2018 Single Channel Video Art Festival, the 2018 CUNY Video Festival, the 2018 Queens Boulevard Film Festival, and the 2019 Every Woman Biennial. I have been an artist-in-residence at SOHO20 Residency Lab, Brooklyn; Grin City, Iowa; The Wassaic Project, NY and the St. Elmo Fellowship at UT Austin. I received my MFA from Hunter College. When I'm not teaching and making art I like playing board games, writing horror fiction, and doing nice things for people I love.
Trade/Exchange, Volunteer/Pro Bono, Case-by-Case; prefer to discussUndergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Graduate: Masters, Professional, Ph.DPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Skill-Share with Faculty (behind the scenes)Thanks for putting this together. <3
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Installation, screen printing, and fiber artsKay HealyShe/herPhiladelphia, PAEnglishkays.healy@gmail.comkayshealy.comInstagram: kayshealyFleisher Art MemorialThrough her life-sized drawn, painted, and screen-printed fabric installations, Kay Healy investigates themes of home, loss, displacement, and resilience with interview-based projects. Healy received a BA from Oberlin College, and a MFA from the University of the Arts in Book Arts and Printmaking. Her installation Coming Home was purchased by the Pennsylvania Convention Center, and her work was supported by the Independence Foundation’s Fellowship in the Arts. Healy has had solo exhibitions at Gallery Madison Park in New York City, Gallery Septima in Tokyo, Japan, the Windgate Gallery in Fort Smith, Arkansas, the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, and the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts. She lives and works in Philadelphia.Lump Sum / HonorariumEarly Childhood (approximate age 0-4), Elementary School (approximate age 5-10), Middle School (approximate age 11-13), Undergraduate: College, Vocational, Technical, Community and Ancestral knowledge transmission, independent of school systemsPresentation (Artist Talk, Lecture, Performance, etc.), Critique (assess student work), Studio Visit (invite students into my studio)non-art/design students, mixed-language groups, students with disabilities
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