Leah Aegerter is an artist working in object-based sculpture and installation. She lives and works in Carbondale, CO, and spends much of her free time exploring the mountains and deserts of the American West on foot and raft. Her work investigates her relationship to landscape and intimacy with material. Leah received a BFA in sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2017. In 2022 she was named an Aspen Art Museum Artist Fellow.
John Alleyne is a Barbados native based in New Orleans, LA. His paintings and monoprints are rooted in exploring concepts of freedom, connecting his lived experience with an intuitive process of silkscreen mark-making. He received his MFA in painting and drawing from Louisiana State University. John is an assistant professor of art at Southern University and A & M College.
Ri Anderson is a photographer, digital collagist, and printer residing in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. She received her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and has taught at universities and schools in the US and Mexico. Her work has been widely exhibited throughout North America and around the world.
Corey Antis’ work explores material and time through paintings and books and has been exhibited nationally and internationally. He holds an MFA degree in painting from the Tyler School of Art and currently teaches painting and drawing at the Kansas City Art Institute.
Miguel A. Aragón is a native of Juárez, México, who lives and works in New York City, where he is an associate professor in printmaking at CUNY College of Staten Island. His works explore subjects of violence, transient and/or persistent memory, perception, and the multiple; he uses erasure as language using a variety of innovative techniques.
Richard Armendariz was raised on the U.S.-Mexico border. He received his MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He is currently associate professor at The University of Texas at San Antonio. He is in the permanent collections of San Antonio Museum of Art, McNay Art Museum, Denver Art Museum, and the Bush International Airport Houston Art Collection.
Radcliffe Bailey is a painter, sculptor, and mixed-media artist who utilizes the layering of imagery, culturally resonant materials, and text to explore themes of ancestry, race, migration, and collective memory. His work often incorporates found materials and objects from his past into textured compositions, including traditional African sculpture, tintypes of his family members, ships, train tracks, and Georgia red clay.
Leticia Bajuyo is an interdisciplinary Filipinx-American artist from Metropolis, IL, who creates visual poems, sculptures, and site-responsive installations that are inspired by byproducts of human ingenuity. An assistant professor at the University of Oklahoma, Leticia earned her MFA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and her BFA from the University of Notre Dame.
Russell Baldon is the program chair of the Furniture Department at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. He earned an MFA in furniture from San Diego State University. Russell was a partner in his family’s wooden toy making business for fifteen years in his early formative years growing up. While still making furniture and sculpture, he has recently begun to re-investigate these early endeavors looking for ways that toys reflect the current world in which we live.
Katie Baldwin was a 2021 Fulbright Scholar at the International Print Center in Taipei, Taiwan. In 2022, she received the University Distinguished Research Award from the University of Alabama, Huntsville, where she teaches printmaking and book arts. She earned an MFA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA.
Ebitenyefa Baralaye is a ceramicist, sculptor, and educator. His work explores objects, text, bodies, and patterns abstracted through a diaspora lens and the aesthetics of craft. Baralaye’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally. He is currently an assistant professor in Ceramics at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI.
Yevgeniya Baras received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Yevgeniya has exhibited her work in several New York City galleries and internationally. She is represented by Nicelle Beauchene Gallery in NY and the Landing Gallery in LA. Yevgeniya currently teaches at RISD and Sarah Lawrence College.
Adriana Barrios is an interdisciplinary artist who uses printmaking, paper making, video, and installation to record and respond to the environmental changes happening along the California coastline due to climate change. Adriana has exhibited her artwork internationally in Italy and Mexico and nationally in New York, New Mexico, and Texas.
Jamie Bates Slone
Jamie Bates Slone is a ceramic sculptor living and working in Norman, Oklahoma. She is currently Assistant Professor of Ceramics at the University of Oklahoma. She received her MFA in Ceramics from the University of Kansas and her BFA in Studio Art at the University of Central Missouri.
Susan Belau uses representation and abstraction to connect the processes of drawing and printmaking to landscape, memory and place. She is an Associate Professor at San Francisco State University. She received her MFA in Printmaking from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln and trained as a printer at Paulson Press in Berkeley, CA.
Drew Bennett is a designer/builder, curator and creative director. He received his BA from Colorado College. Drew founded FB AIR, Facebook’s artist in residency program, where he worked with Katharina Grosse, Barry McGee, Alicia McCarthy and Tom Sachs. In 2015, Drew co-founded Starline Social Club in Oakland, CA.
Ben Beres works in sculpture, glass art, street performance, public art and printmaking. One-third of SuttonBeresCuller—a collaborative trio fabricating experimental guerrilla art to high-end commercial work—Ben likes to play with what art is and can be. He is a professor of printmaking at Cornish College of the Arts.
Laura Crehuet Berman is a native of Barcelona, Spain, where her love for pattern, design, and bold colors originated. She has exhibited in over 150 exhibitions at galleries and museums internationally and her prints are widely collected. Laura is currently a professor at Kansas City Art Institute.
Nydia Blas received her MFA from Syracuse University in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and Visual Culture at Spelman College in Atlanta, GA. Nydia has completed artist residencies at Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts and The Center for Photography at Woodstock.
Margaret Bohls is an associate professor teaching ceramics at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, who received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from Louisiana State University. She makes handbuilt pottery and vessels that have been shown in galleries and art centers across the US. Articles about her work have been featured in Ceramics Monthly and Studio Potter magazine.
Matt Bollinger received his MFA from RISD. His work has been shown in solo exhibitions in New York, Paris and elsewhere. Awards include fellowships at the Fine Arts Work Center, a fellowship from NYFA and a residency at the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program. He is represented by Zürcher Gallery.
Judy Bowman is a mixed-media collage artist born in Detroit. Her art practice centers on exalting America’s Black culture. Judy’s use of vibrant hues and textured paper illuminates her narratives. Considering herself a visual griot, her vibrant collages depict love, community, and cultural richness.
Paul Briggs is a ceramic artist who primarily uses slab-building and pinch-forming techniques. He studied at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Pennsylvania State University and the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in art education and ceramics. His research includes visual literacy and art making as a spiritual practice. He is an Associate Professor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Henri Paul Broyard
Henri Paul Broyard makes paintings that examine perceptions of interior domestic spaces and the rich histories contained in the places we inhabit. His work has been included in exhibitions at SOLA Art Gallery, Los Angeles; the School of Painting, Hangzhou, China; Tom Dick or Harry, Dusseldorf; 41 Cooper Square Gallery, New York; Haphazard Gallery, Los Angeles; and 119 Essex Street, New York.
Andy Buck has been a practicing artist and educator for over 25 years. His works of sculpture and furniture have been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the US, Europe, and Australia. Andy leads the furniture design program in the School for American Crafts at RIT.
Jeanette Bullock, ATR, MS, works with the Aspen Hope Center providing Art Therapy in Basalt to both elementary and middle school aged students. Prior to relocating to Colorado, she worked with ages 2-18 in a variety of therapeutic and teaching settings exploring how to use art in a safe, mindful and healing manner.
Jill Skupin Burkholder
Jill Skupin Burkholder is a photographer/artist whose work includes handcrafted techniques such as bromoil printing, an alternative photography process using brushes and lithography ink to create an image, and encaustic techniques using beeswax and resin. Jill teaches workshops across the country and in her home in the Catskill Mountains of New York, and has prints included in private and public collections.
Julie Burleigh has been painting, drawing and making sculpture since the early 1980s. She studied painting and drawing at the Kansas City Art Institute, Yale University, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Tyler School of Art and Architecture. She has taught throughout the Midwest and in Southern California at many schools and universities.
Tina Campt is Owen F. Walker Professor of Humanities and Modern Culture and Media at Brown University. Tina is a black feminist theorist of visual culture and contemporary art. One of the founding researchers in Black European Studies, her early work theorized gender, racial, and diasporic formation in black communities in Europe, focusing on the role of vernacular photography in processes of historical interpretation. She is the author of four books: Other Germans: Black Germans and the Politics of Race, Gender and Memory in the Third Reich, Image Matters: Archive, Photography and the African Diaspora in Europe, Listening to Images and A Black Gaze published by MIT Press in 2021.
Jenna Caravello (she/her) is a Los Angeles-based artist and assistant professor in the department of Design | Media Arts at UCLA working with animation and video game platforms. Jenna received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Animation and Film/Video Production from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and holds an M.F.A from the California Institute of the Arts in Experimental Animation.
Elinor Carucci’s work has been included in many solo and group exhibitions worldwide, including Edwynn Houk Gallery, Fifty One Fine Art Gallery and Gagosian Gallery, London, among others. Her photographs are included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Houston Museum of Fine Art. She has received the ICP Infinity Award and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Elinor has published four monographs – her latest, MIDLIFE, was published in 2019 – and she teaches in the graduate program of photography at the School of Visual Arts.
Doug Casebeer is Artistic Director Emeritus at Anderson Ranch where he served as Artistic Director of Ceramics for over 34 years. He is currently Resident Artist for the University of Oklahoma. Doug was recognized by NCECA in 2019 for his contributions to the field as an Honorary Member. Doug has lectured, taught, exhibited and built kilns worldwide. He is a member of the International Academy of Ceramics, and was honored with a solo exhibition in 2019 at the Huntington Museum of Art in West Virginia.
Kate Casey is the founder of Peg Woodworking, a Brooklyn-based design studio that is female run and operated. She completed her undergraduate education at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the Yale Norfolk School of Art and is an alumnus of the Center of Furniture Craftsmanship intensive program.
Brooke Cashion is originally from California. Cashion holds an MFA from NYSCC at Alfred University, and a BFA from The University of the Pacific. She has been an artist in residence at the Archie Bray Foundation and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts. She currently lives and shares a studio with her husband, Justin Donofrio in Fort Collins, CO.
Sophie Catto is a lifelong resident of the Roaring Fork Valley and an enthusiast for all things crafty! She is currently studying international affairs at CU Boulder but is looking forward to pursuing the arts more seriously. Her passions lie mostly in teaching, writing, and visual arts, particularly in the realm of world-building and character creation. She believes in the power of stories to change and improve lives and feels that children have a unique ability to generate whole worlds with their untapped imaginations. Most recently, she taught an afterschool workshop at the Art Base. She hopes to attend CalArts in a few years to study illustration, and possibly animation.
Dagny Chika is an artist, writer, and educator. Her personal art practice is interdisciplinary, centered around printmaking, fibers, textiles, and creative writing. When working with kids, she loves to explore and play with all mediums. Dagny grew up in the Seattle area and attended Western Washington University where they studied creative writing and physics. She was an intern in the Children’s Program at Anderson Ranch in the summer of 2022, and is very excited to call Fort Collins, CO, her new home.
Vivian Chiu was born in Los Angeles and emigrated to Hong Kong at the age of three. Her interests in the visual arts led her to attend the Rhode Island School of Design for a BFA of Furniture Design in 2011 and Columbia University where she received an MFA in Sculpture in 2019. She currently teaches in the Craft/Material Studies Program at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Theresa Chromati is a Baltimore-born, Brooklyn-based artist of Guyanese-American descent. Recently, Theresa’s work has been on view at The Baltimore Museum of Art, The Pérez Art Museum Miami, and The Moscow Museum of Modern Art. She has been featured in The New York Times, i-D, Interview Magazine, Juxtapoz, Hyperallergic, Document Journal, Architectural Digest, and Vogue.
Dee Clements is a process-based designer who has a deep love of and interest in materials and craft. She holds an MFA in 3-D design from Cranbrook Academy of Art and a BFA in fiber and materials studies and sculpture from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Mona Cliff is a multidisciplinary Indigenous visual artist. She explores the subject of contemporary Native American identity through traditional Native crafting methods of seed bead embroidery and fabric applique. Mona lives in Lawrence, KS and is mother to three children. Mona is enrolled A’aniih of Ft. Belknap, MT.
Mike Cloud is a painter and writer from Chicago. His work and research in the field of painting is anchored in the contemporary life of reproduction, symbolism and description.
Aaron Coleman is an Associate Professor of Art at the University of Arizona. His work in printmaking, which focuses on sociopolitical issues regarding race and identity, has been exhibited internationally and can be found in numerous public and private collections around the world. Aaron also cultivates and breeds rare terrestrial orchids.
Christine Collins is an artist whose work focuses on our often fraught relationship to the cultivated landscape. Her work has been widely exhibited and featured in numerous publications including On Death, published in 2019 by Kris Graves Projects, The New Yorker and The Boston Globe. Christine is represented by Gallery Kayafas in Boston. She is currently an associate professor of photography at the Lesley College of Art & Design.
Steve Molina Contreras
Steven Molina Contreras is a native El Salvadorian photographer living and working in New York. His work focuses on themes of migration, sacrifice, and love by surveying his family’s personal and social history in the United States and El Salvador. He holds a BFA in photography and related media from the Fashion Institute of Technology. He has held residencies at Lightwork and the Center for Photography in Woodstock.
Larry Cook is a conceptual artist working across photography, video, and installation. Based in Washington, D.C., he received his MFA from George Washington University in 2013 and his BA in Photography from the State University of New York, Plattsburgh in 2010. Larry is currently an Assistant Professor of Photography at Howard University.
Russell Craig is a painter and Philadelphia native whose work combines portraiture with deeply social and political themes. A self-taught artist who survived nearly a decade of incarceration after growing up in the foster care system, Craig creates art as a means to explore the experience of overcriminalized communities and reassert agency after a lifetime of institutional control. His work has been shown at the Philadelphia African American Museum, and included in group shows like Truth to Power; State Goods: Art in the Era of Mass Incarceration; and the OG Experience and has garnered coverage in outlets including the Philadelphia Inquirer, The Washington Post, Artsy, The Guardian, and The New York Times. Craig is an alumni of Mural Arts Philadelphia’s Restorative Justice Guild program, a 2017 Right of Return Fellow, and a 2018 Ford Foundation: Art For Justice Fellow.
David Antonio Cruz
David Antonio Cruz uses painting and performance to explore the visibility and intersectionality of brown, black, and queer bodies. Cruz is a professor at the SMFA at Tufts University. He has exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, National Portrait Gallery, and was awarded the Joan Mitchell Painting and Sculptor Grant. He received his MFA from Yale University.
Michael Hunt & Naomi Dalglish
Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish collaborate in making wood-fired pottery. They combine coarse local clays, white slips and ash glazes to make the deeply layered surfaces for which they are known.
Ivana Dama is an artist and researcher currently working and living in Los Angeles. She graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Arts and Architecture in the Design Media Arts and Digital Humanities department. Her art practice includes audio-video installations, robotics and web projects, as well as music performances. Her work focuses on themes of sound and space ranging from microscopic, architectural and satellite scale.
Jennifer Ling Datchuk is an artist and assistant professor of ceramics at Texas State University. She works with porcelain, performance, and materials associated with traditional women’s work to discuss beauty, femininity, intersectionality, identity, and personal history. She was named a fellow in Craft by United States Artists.
Luther Davis is a Master Printer and the Director of the Powerhouse Arts Printshop. Luther teaches printmaking at Parsons School of Design. He was the co-founder of Forth Estate, a fine art publisher focused on producing limited editions with emerging artists. In a typical year, Luther collaborates with around 80 artists and prints 300 unique projects.
Joshua Davis is an award-winning designer, technologist, author, and artist in new media and is acclaimed for his role in designing the visualization of IBM’s Watson, the intelligent computer program capable of answering questions for the quiz show “Jeopardy!” His work has been exhibited at the Tate Modern in London, the Design Museum in London, le Centre Pompidou in France, the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, MoMA PS1 in New York, the Cooper-Hewitt, the Smithsonian Design Museum, and others.
Aurora De Armendi
Aurora De Armendi has exhibited in group shows at the Bronx Biennial, International Print Center of New York, the Center for Book Arts, as well as in cities in the United States, Iceland, Hungary, Argentina and Cuba, among others. She teaches at Parsons and is a printer at Two Palms in New York.
Esteban del Valle
Esteban del Valle received his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and has exhibited and produced murals internationally. His work has been featured in various publications, including HiFructose, The New York Times, and Washington Post. Esteban has been the recipient of several residencies and fellowships including Skowhegan, Fine Arts Work Center, and Smack Mellon.
Originally from Sao Paulo, Brazil, Louise Deroualle moved to the U.S. in 2013 to pursue a Master’s degree in Ceramics at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Louise is the Studio Coordinator of Ceramics at Anderson Ranch Arts Center. She exhibits nationally and has been awarded competitive residencies and fellowships, including the Roswell Artist-in-Residency and The Aspen Art Museum Fellowship.
Anjuli DiMaria is a past ceramics Artist-in-Residence at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and she now makes Snowmass Village her home, along with her husband and three kids. Anjuli knows how hard it can be to understand the world around her, and enjoys helping others make meaning of experiences in life using visual and tactile arts.
Chef C. Barclay Dodge has spent the last 30 years traveling the globe exploring cultures and cuisine, and working in Michelin-starred restaurants in Spain, New York and California. Since opening Bosq in Aspen in 2016, Chef Dodge has honed his style, collaborating with local biodynamic farmers and foraging wild products from the forest, aspiring to grasp flavor at its highest level.
Brooke Cashion and Justin Donofrio are originally from California. Each holds an MFA from NYSCC at Alfred University and has completed residencies at the Archie Bray Foundation and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.
Mark Dorf is a New York-based artist whose practice utilizes photography, video, digital media, and sculpture. Mark is influenced by human perceptions of and interactions with what is commonly referred to in Western Culture as “Nature,” as well as urbanism, design, and virtual environments. He reveals these subjects’ entanglement and integration as an inclusive and lively planetary ecology, helping to navigate away from environmental collapse and to imagine a New Nature.
William Downs is an award-winning contemporary American artist residing in Atlanta, GA. He received his MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art. He is represented by Sandler Hudson Gallery in Atlanta and was chosen by Artadia as their 2018 Atlanta awardee and by MOCA GA WAP (Working Artist Project) for 2020.
KT Duffy is a new media artist from Chicago’s Southwest Side who currently is Assistant Professor in Art, Technology and Culture at the University of Oklahoma. KT conjures entities into existence via code-based processes and digital fabrication. Committed to disrupting access barriers, they demystify coding and technology for creatives not validated by Dominant Culture.
Jess T. Dugan
Jess T. Dugan is an artist whose work explores issues of identity through photography, video, and writing. Their work has been widely exhibited and is in the permanent collections of over 45 museums throughout the United States. Their monographs include Look at me like you love me (MACK, 2022), To Survive on This Shore: Photographs and Interviews with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Older Adults (Kehrer Verlag, 2018) and Every Breath We Drew (Daylight Books, 2015). They are the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, an ICP Infinity Award, and were selected by the Obama White House as an LGBT Artist Champion of Change.
Addoley Dzegede is a Ghanaian-American artist investigating notions of belonging, location, hybrid identities and the idea of “authenticity” through a variety of media. Her interests lie in the metaphoric potential of materials, textile traditions in her ancestral histories and the ways color and pattern are used as a means to assign belonging. She received a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Vincent Edwards teaches digital fabrication and sculpture at the University of Arkansas where he runs the 3-D Advanced Technologies Lab. He received his MFA from the Herron School of Art and Design in 2012. Vincent’s studio practice focuses on hybrid methodologies, specifically the intersection of traditional furniture craft and digital fabrication.
Alicia Eggert is an interdisciplinary artist whose work gives material form to language and time. Her work has been exhibited internationally, at venues such as the Central Academy of Fine Arts Museum in Beijing and the Triennale Design Museum in Milan. She is an Associate Professor of Sculpture at the University of North Texas.
David’s work is included in the permanent collections of 44 museums and numerous private collections worldwide. He is a Fellow and former Trustee of the American Craft Council and has received fellowship awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Pennsylvania Council for the Arts and the PEW fellowship for the Arts. He recently was honored with the prestigious “Visionary Award” for 2021 by the Smithsonian Institution.
Wendy Ellsworth has been a seed bead artist since 1970 and has a private studio at her home in Weaverville, NC. She has spent many years as an Artist-in-Schools in Colorado and Pennsylvania and teaches classes in beadwork nationally and internationally to both adults and children. She has made 10 trips to Kenya to work with Maasai and Samburu beading groups. In 2019, she was a Designer of the Year for Beadwork Magazine. Her book, Beading – the Creative Spirit, was published by SkyLight Paths in 2009.
Daniel Essig is a studio artist and workshop leader living in Penland, NC, and is a recipient of the North Carolina Artist Fellowship Grant. His work has been collected by the Smithsonian Renwick Museum, the Miniature Book Collection at the University of Iowa Libraries, and in the University of California Santa Cruz McHenry Library Special Collections.
James Estrin is a staff photographer for The New York Times. He is a founder of Lens, The New York Times’s photography blog, and has been its co-editor since it launched in 2009. He has worked for The New York Times since 1992 and was part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team in 2001. James is a co-producer of the HBO film “Under Fire: The Untold Story of Pfc. Tony Vaccaro”.
With his collaborative, SWEAT, Fajardo makes games and interactive works that are both smart and accessible. Their games have been exhibited in museums and festivals internationally. Rafael has led formal and informal workshops in game design for more than 20 years. He is an Associate Professor at the University of Denver.
Asad Faulwell is a California-based artist whose work is included in the collections of The Nelson-Atkins Museum, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, the Orange County Museum of Art, The Ulrich Museum, the Art, Design & Architecture Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, among others. Asad is represented by Kravets/Wehby Gallery in New York, Denk Gallery in Los Angeles and Lawrie/Shabibi Gallery in Dubai.
Adam Ferriss is an artist based out of Los Angeles, CA working with custom software to create websites, print media and real-time video effects. Some of his most recent works harness technologies like face tracking, neural networks / AI, and augmented reality to manipulate live camera and photographic imagery. Past clients include The New York Times, The New York Times Magazine, Wired, Time Magazine, The New Yorker, Google and Apple.
Adam Field is a studio potter in Helena, MT. He began his studio practice in San Francisco in 2000. In 2008 he apprenticed under sixth generation Onggi master Kim Ill Maan in South Korea and was a long-term resident artist at the Archie Bray Foundation in 2013.
Hilary Forsyth is an artist and illustrator who has illustrated the Rocky Mountain Mammal, Plant, Birds and Bugs volumes for the Family Field Guide series created by BearBop Press Children’s Books. She has been teaching clever and inspiring workshops at Anderson Ranch Arts Center for many summers, and has also been the art director for the Aspen Community School for 20 years.
Michael Fortune graduated from the furniture design program at Sheridan College. He received the prestigious Bronfman Award in 1993, was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts in 2000 and received the 2007 Furniture Society Award of Distinction. His work is included in many private and public collections, including The Royal Ontario Museum.
Lucy Fradkin’s awards include grants from Pollock-Krasner, the Gottlieb Foundation, the Sharpe Foundation, and two NYFA Fellowships. She has exhibited at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, the American Academy in Rome, and many other national and international venues. She teaches at the Art Students League in New York.
Nigel French is a graphic designer, author, photographer, and educator with more than 30 years of related experience. He has published books about typography and graphic design, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe InDesign, and has recorded more than fifty titles in the LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com) online training library. He is based in Lewes, UK.
Camila Friedman-Gerlicz received an MFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 2018, and an MA in math from the University of Texas, Austin in 2012. She combines her love of math and ceramics by using 3-D modeling and digital fabrication tools to make sculptures and installations that visualize mathematical formulas and concepts.
Stuart Gair currently lives and works in Carbondale, CO. Over the past ten years he has been exploring different methods of firing the soda kiln to obtain depth in his surfaces and anticipated flashing. Recently, Stuart has been exploring oxidation and reduction cycles at the end of the firing as well as oxidation cooling. His background in history and study of minimalist sculpture inspire each form.
Anjanette Garcia’s illustrations inspire connection, creativity, and resilience for youth and adults alike. She combines her field experience as an environmental science educator in her visual art and facilitation style. Originally from California, she completed her BA in printmaking from Whittier College.
Rico Gatson received his MFA from Yale University. His work addresses identity politics, the history of race, entertainment and spirituality. He has had solo exhibitions at Pierogi, Brooklyn, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York City, Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles and Exit Art, New York City. He is represented by the Miles McEnery Gallery.
Linda Geary is Professor/Chair of Painting at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Her book, Studio Visit, is a compilation of 100 studio visit conversations with a focus on collage and color, including an essay by poet Norma Cole. Linda lives and works in Oakland.
Salwan Georges is a Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist for The Washington Post. In 2020, Salwan was awarded a Pulitzer Prize as part of a staff entry from The Washington Post covering climate change around the world. In 2021, he was named Photographer of The Year by Pictures of the Year International for covering a racial reckoning in Minneapolis, an unforgettable election across the U.S., and a deadly pandemic. His work has been published, exhibited worldwide and added to the Library of Congress.
Rubens Ghenov was born in São Paulo, Brazil and immigrated to the US in 1989. Ghenov has shown nationally in both solo and group exhibitions at Morgan Lehman Gallery (NY), Geoffrey Young Gallery (MA), TSA Brooklyn (NYC), and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He teaches painting and drawing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.
Rema Ghuloum is a visual artist based on Los Angeles, CA. She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has been the recipient of multiple grants including the Pollack-Krasner Foundation Grant and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant. Her work has been reviewed in Art Forum, Hyperallergic, CARLA, the LA Times, among others.
Lari Gibbons is an artist who explores new approaches to printmaking through innovative and collaborative projects. She is a professor at the University of North Texas and has led workshops at Haystack Mountain School of Art, Amon Carter Museum of Art, and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, among others.
John Gill teaches at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. He has received numerous awards including honors from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the Arts.
Andrea Gill is a Professor Emerita at Alfred University. Her works are in the permanent collections of the LACMA and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.Andrea Gill is a professor Emerita at Alfred University. Her works are in the permanent collection of the LACMA and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Emily Ginsburg is an interdisciplinary artist who explores communication and its impact on the everyday through diverse media platforms. She is Professor, Chair of Media Arts, at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, OR. She received her MFA in Printmaking from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Elizabeth Glaessner has been exhibited in New York and internationally, including most recently in Paris with Perrotin and at the Galveston Artist Residency. She was also awarded residencies at the Leipzig International Art Programme and Glogau Artist-in-Residency in Berlin. She received her MFA from the New York Academy of Art. Elizabeth is represented by P.P.O.W. Gallery in New York City.
Kelly Goff was born and raised on the island of Curaçao in the Caribbean. He holds a BA from New College of Florida and an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design with a concentration in sculpture. Kelly is an Associate Professor of Art at Wheaton College in Massachusetts.
Aspen Golann graduated from the furniture program at North Bennet Street School. She received the Mineck Furniture Fellowship in 2020 and has been published in Fine Woodworking, American Craft, Architectural Digest, and others. She was a studio fellow at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, a Windgate Artist-in-Residence at SDSU, and teaches woodworking across the United States.
Anne Goldberg has been working with clay since childhood. She is a studio potter based in Carbondale, CO. Anne teaches ceramics at Colorado Mountain College in Aspen and at the Carbondale Clay Center. She has also been an Artist-in-Residence at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and studied at Cornell University and Stanford University. Her work is included in 500 Cups and 500 Pitchers, and has been shown in exhibitions around the U.S.
Miguel Gómez-Ibáñez left a career as an architect to study traditional cabinet and furniture making. He has become a nationally recognized studio furniture maker whose work has been widely published and exhibited. Miguel is the recipient of the Furniture Society’s 2022 Award of Distinction, and is the former President of North Bennet Street School.
Nabil Gonzalez uses various printmaking techniques as a form of representing erasure and loss of identity through matrix repetition. She is a Professor at the University of Texas, El Paso. She received her MFA in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design.
Kris Graves is an artist and publisher based in New York and California. He creates artwork that deals with societal problems and uses art as a means to inform people about cultural issues. Using a mix of conceptual and documentary practices, he photographs the subtleties of societal power and its impact on the built environment, exploring how capitalism and power have shaped countries—and how that can be seen and experienced in everyday life.
Seth Green is an associate professor of ceramics at Purdue University Fort Wayne. He holds an MFA in Ceramics from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and has been a resident at the Archie Bray Foundation. He actively exhibits his award-winning work nationally and internationally, and has published articles and imagery in Ceramics Monthly.
Along with the 2008 Whitney Biennial, Rashawn Griffin’s work has been exhibited widely, including “Freequency” at the Studio Museum in Harlem, and “Freeway Balconies” at the Deutsche Guggenheim in Berlin, Germany. He received an MFA from Yale University and a 2005-2006 A.I.R. of the Studio Museum in Harlem.
Diana Guerrero-Maciá’s art practice includes a cross-disciplinary investigation of textiles, painting, collage, print, and sculptural objects with an interest in sustainable craft practices. She is a 2021 John Simon Guggenheim Fellow, a Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Fellow, and a MacDowell Fellow. Diana is a Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in both fiber and material studies and painting and drawing
Jean Gumpper is a faculty member and artist-in-residence at Colorado College in Colorado Springs. She has been an artist in residence at Anderson Center, Goldwell Museum, Ucross Foundation, Grand Canyon National Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park. She has taught print workshops in Sweden and the United States. Jean’s prints have been exhibited nationally and internationally.
Jody Guralnick explores the intersection of science and art, linking the human world and the realm of fungi and microbes, encouraging stewardship of the environment. She has exhibited throughout the US and is the recipient of a Ford Foundation Grant and a Colorado Council for the Arts Visual Arts Fellowship.
Simon Haas is known for his work with the surrealist design duo the Haas Brothers; Simon takes a painterly approach to sculpture in his exploration of material applications for the twins’ work. He studied painting at RISD, and continues to paint and draw as part of his solo practice.
Catherine Haggarty is an associate adjunct professor at the School of Visual Arts and directs the NYC Crit Club. Based in Brooklyn, NY, she has had solo shows at Geary Contemporary and Massey Klein Gallery. Her work has been reviewed and featured in Bomb, Brooklyn Magazine, The Observer, Two Coats of Paint, and Hyperallergic.
Caroline Hanson has been an educator for more than 25 years, combining her humanities background with a passion for STEM education to create enriched classroom experiences using LEGO Mindstorms robotics, WeDo and hands-on problem-solving activities. She currently teaches at Aspen Middle School, coaches FIRST LEGO League teams, coordinates a regional robotics tournament, and serves on the LEGO Education Advisory Panel as a middle-grade educator.
Del Harrow lives and works in Fort Collins, CO with his wife, potter Sanam Emami and their son, William. He is a Full Professor at Colorado State University where he teaches Sculpture, Digital Fabrication, and Ceramics. His work is in the permanent collections of the Arizona State University Art Museum, The U.S. State Department Art in Embassies Collection, and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
Sam Harvey is a ceramic artist in Aspen, Colorado. He received his MFA from New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2001. His work is included in many public and private collections, including the American Museum of Ceramic Art, CA and the Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY. He is the owner and director of Harvey Preston Gallery in Aspen. He recently received the prestigious 2019 USA Fellowship Award, recognizing the most compelling artists working and living in the United States.
Hugh Hayden was born in Dallas, Texas in 1983 and lives and works in New York City. He holds an MFA from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University. His work was the subject of a solo exhibition at White Columns in New York in 2018. His work has been included in numerous group exhibitions including JTT, New York (2018); Clearing, New York (2018); Tanya Bonakdar Gallery (2018); PPOW Gallery, New York (2017); Gavin Brown’s enterprise, New York (2017); Postmasters Gallery, New York (2016); MoMA PS1, Rockaway Beach, New York (2014); Socrates Sculpture Park, New York (2014); and Abrons Art Center, New York (2013), among others. He is the recipient of residences at Glenfiddich in Dufftown, Scotland (2014); Abrons Art Center and Socrates Sculpture Park (both 2012), and Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (2011).
Jackie Head holds an MFA from the NYSCC at Alfred University and a BFA from Indiana University. She has been an artist-in-residence at the Archie Bray Foundation and the Morean Center for Clay. Jackie currently resides in Indianapolis, IN, where she maintains a private studio.
Amber Heaton uses systems and patterns to create works on paper, paintings, and installations. Her work has been exhibited at The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Parrish Museum of Art, International Print Center New York, and other venues internationally. Heaton received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2012.
Jan Heaton is a professional watercolor artist. Her paintings celebrate nature, and then abstractly reach beyond the obvious. Art dealers and galleries in Austin, San Francisco, San Antonio, Santa Barbara, Atlanta, and Marble Falls represent her work. Jan paints in Austin and Laguna Beach.
Abbey Hepner is an artist and educator whose artistic practice examines health, technology and our relationship with place through photography, video and installation-based work. She earned her MFA from the University of New Mexico. Her monograph, The Light at the End of History, was published by Daylight Books in 2021.
Jubilee Rivera-Hernandez is a fourth grade educator in Denver, CO. Jubilee earned an MA in teaching from Colorado College as well as a BA in education with minors in art studio and Spanish. Jubilee strives to integrate the arts into her classroom, believing art has the power to create change on a personal and collective level.
Trey Hill is a professional sculptor and associate professor at the University of Montana where he teaches both ceramics and sculpture. He received his BFA from Bowling Green State University and his MFA from San Jose State University. His work has been shown in galleries and museums nationally and internationally. Trey has participated in numerous national and international artist residencies.
Rob Hill is a geometric abstract painter from Los Angeles, CA. He holds a BFA from California College of the Arts. His work has been featured in Vogue, The New York Times, Art Basel, and more. His admiration for geometric shapes is linked to historic Egyptian architecture, painting, and visual culture.
David Hilliard received an MFA from Yale University, where he also directed the undergraduate photo department, and has won many grants, including a Fulbright Scholarship and Guggenheim Fellowship. He is a regular visiting faculty at Harvard University, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Lesley University and Massachusetts College of Art & Design. David exhibits his photographs nationally and internationally. His work is represented by the Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York City, among others.
John Hitchcock is Associate Dean of the Arts and Professor at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Awards include: the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Grant; Jerome Foundation Grant and artist in residence at The American Culture Center, China; Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium; Proyecto’ace, Argentina; and the Venice Printmaking Studio, Italy.
David Hornung is a painter, writer, curator, and teacher whose work has been exhibited in the US and UK. His textbook, Color: A Workshop for Artists and Designers (Laurence King) is based on his teaching at The Rhode Island School of Design and has been translated into six languages.
Brent Howard is a sculptor based out of the Woodlands, Texas. His recent work examines the alchemic notion of environment and materiality, along with their storied past and present state, to transmute the past, within the auratic present. Howard’s most recent work explores the essence of individual materiality and poiesis through alabaster, marble, metal, and fiberglass. He was core faculty in the Sculpture department at the Yale School of Art and taught at Skowhegan Artist Residency as well as longtime assistant to Louise Bourgeois.
Fredy Huaman Mallqui
Fredy Huaman Mallqui began his training as a classical woodcarver at the age of nine in Ayacucho, Peru. He has diversified his career by creating contemporary sculptures, carving ornamental pieces including restoration projects, teaching woodcarving, and painting. Fredy has taught at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Maine.
Holly Hughes is Professor Emeritus of Painting at Rhode Island School of Design and a frequent Ranch faculty member. Having exhibited nationally and internationally, Holly’s painting has been greatly influenced by both ceramic and printmaking practice and research. She loves “Salon Style” installations—the mixing of these genres on the wall—such as BLAZON created for the Dorsky Museum.
Elliott Hundley’s practice integrates photography, painting, collage, sculpture, performance and drawing. In 2019, he was the inaugural curator of “Open House”, a group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles that featured works drawn from the permanent collection. Elliott is a recent recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Guggenheim Fellowship.
Matt Hutton founded the Woodworking and Furniture Design program at the Maine College of Art in Portland, Maine, where he is currently Professor and Chair of the program. Matt owns and operates Studio 24b, a design and fabrication studio that produces custom woodworking and furniture for private and corporate spaces around the country.
Theresa Jackson is a graphic art and photography industry leader. She is a LinkedIn Learning instructor with five Lightroom courses, and she represents Adobe as a community professional and an education leader. Her creative work has twice been awarded a Photoshop Guru from Photoshop World in the Artistic Category. In addition to running her own design business, she teaches design classes for MiraCosta Community College in San Diego County, CA.
Whitney Johnson is the director of visuals and immersive experiences at National Geographic. Prior to joining the magazine, she was the Director of Photography at The New Yorker, where her work was widely recognized, earning awards from the American Society of Magazine Editors, Awards of Excellence from the Society of Publication Designers, and a Peabody.
Jan and Randy Johnston
Jan McKeachie Johnston: Since 1979, Jan McKeachie Johnston has been active in teaching workshops across the United States and Chile. For the past 40 years she has participated in important national and international exhibitions and her work has also been featured in Clay Times and Ceramics Monthly. Randy Johnston: Randy Johnston is an internationally-recognized artist and the recipient of numerous awards, including the Bush Foundation Artist Fellowship, two Visual Artist Fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, and a Distinguished Teaching Award in American Arts from the James Renwick Society of the Smithsonian. Randy is a member of the International Academy of Ceramics and his work is in numerous international museums and private collections.
Leeah Joo has been teaching for over 20 years at colleges, including the Kansas City Art Institute, Fairfield University and the Maryland Institute College of Art. She studied painting and art history at Indiana University, Bloomington and received her MFA from Yale. Leeah teaches at Southern Connecticut State University and Paier College.
Roberto Juarez is a painter, printmaker, and public artist who exhibits in New York City and nationally. His public work can be found at Grand Central and the Miami Airport. His work is included in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum, Whitney Museum, Denver Art Museum, and LACMA
Jan Kabili works at Adobe creating Photoshop, Lightroom, and other digital imaging tutorials. Jan is a long-time instructor for Anderson Ranch and for lynda.com / LinkedIn Learning, and has written numerous Photoshop and Lightroom books. Jan has an MFA in Photography from University of Colorado at Boulder and a law degree from Stanford Law School.
Ed Kashi is a photojournalist, filmmaker and educator whose sensitive eye and intimate relationship to his subjects are signatures of his work. He is a member of the VII Photo Agency. Through his photography, filmmaking and work as a mentor, teacher and lecturer, Ed is a leading voice in the photojournalism and visual storytelling community.
Matt Kelleher is associate professor of ceramics at New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. He joined the faculty in 2015 after a decade of working as a studio potter in the mountains of western North Carolina. Matt has participated in residencies at Penland School of Crafts, Archie Bray Foundation, Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, and Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute.
Pat Kim is a New York-based designer/artist working primarily in objects, furniture and sculpture. His approach is defined by constant experimentation in materials and methods gleaned from traditional craft. Pat’s work is rooted in the philosophy of sculptural simplicity and enduring quality.
Heechan Kim is an object maker and an art/design educator. He applies traditional craft techniques in a new context to reimagine and explore visual possibilities and materiality. Since COVID, he has been focusing on exploring a sustainable design thinking process in the creation of a series of woven seats. He recently finished his artist residency at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.
Patrick Kingshill is an artist from Eureka, CA. As a mixed-media artist, Patrick works primarily with clay and has done so for over a decade. He finds purpose in his work through his rich familial ties to the crafts and his appreciation for craft traditions in the United States and around the world. He holds a BFA in Studio Arts from San Jose State University and an MFA in Fine Art from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Most recently he has worked under the shipwrights Leo Sampson Goolden and Pete Stein on the rebuild and restoration of Tally Ho, a 1910 classic wooden sailing yacht. Patrick currently lives and works in Santa Fe, NM.
Laura Kishimoto is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design. She creates sculptural furniture best characterized by its spatial complexity and curiously organic form. Her work is featured in the permanent collections of the Denver Art Museum in Colorado and the Mint Museum in North Carolina.
Yuri Kobayashi is a sculptor/furniture maker whose work moves between the fields of craft, art, and design. Born and trained in Japan, she taught for many years at the Rhode Island School of Design.
David Kodama is a designer/maker of bespoke furniture and custom cabinetry, specializing in wood and steel fabrication. He is a Canadian transplant who lives in Carbondale, Colorado where he owns and operates Kenichi Woodworking, a furniture/product design and fabrication company.
Jesse Krimes is a Philadelphia based artist and curator whose work explores how contemporary media shapes and reinforces societal mechanisms of power and control, with a particular focus on criminal and racial justice. While serving a six-year prison sentence he produced and smuggled out numerous bodies of work, established prison art programs, and formed artist collectives. After his release, he co-founded Right of Return USA, the first national fellowship dedicated to supporting formerly incarcerated artists. Krimes’ work has been exhibited at venues including Aspen Art Museum, MoMA PS1, Palais de Tokyo, Philadelphia Museum of Art, International Red Cross Museum, Zimmerli Museum, and Aperture Gallery. He was awarded fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, Creative Capital, Art for Justice Fund, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Independence Foundation, Captiva Residency, and Vermont Studio Center. Krimes’ work is in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Agnes Gund Collection, and Beth Rudin DeWoody Collection. He is represented by Malin Gallery in New York. In addition to his independent practice, he successfully led a class-action lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase for their predatory practice of charging people released from federal prison exorbitant fees.
Michael Krueger works in painting, drawing, printmaking, animation and ceramics. Solo exhibitions include The Elizabeth Foundation, New York, NY; Fuga Villa Morra, Asunción, Paraguay; Sunday L.E.S., New York, NY; Haw Contemporary, Kansas City, MO; and the Beach Museum of Art, Manhattan, KS. Michael is a Professor at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS.
Sarah Kuehnle is a designer, artist and creative technologist exploring the relationship between systems thinking and character design. Her work blends intricate combinations of character, color and form to make complexity approachable and fun. Sarah works across digital and physical media, from digital illustration and generative art to sculptures made from paper, wood and acrylic. Sarah is currently a staff designer at Adobe working on Illustrator, the company’s flagship vector graphics tool.
Karen Kunc steers Constellation Studios as a worksite for printmaking, papermaking, and book arts in Lincoln, NE. She is professor emerita of the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. She received Fulbright awards to Finland and Bangladesh, has taught and lectured worldwide, and is in the collections of the Beach Museum, Milwaukee Art Museum, MOMA, and the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Yoonjee Kwak is an artist and educator from South Korea. She was recently a resident artist at Pottery Northwest, Seattle, WA, after a two-year residency at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena, MT. Her works have been shown in exhibitions in Korea, Turkey, Italy, and throughout the US. She earned her MFA in ceramics at the Rochester Institute of Technology, and her BFA in ceramics and glass at Hong-Ik University in Seoul. She was a recipient of the James Renwick Alliance Chrysalis Award for emerging artists as well as the Emerging Artist Award in Ceramics Monthly magazine. She currently teaches ceramics at the Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, CT.
Eva Kwong was born in Hong Kong and moved to New York City as a teenager. She received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from Tyler School of Art. Her lifelong interest in the intersection of the art and science of the natural world provides the conceptual framework and visual vocabulary for her compelling and sensuous organic forms in sculpture, installations and vessels.
Rae Lampe is a mixed-media artist and a mural painter. She has a degree in Spanish Bilingual Education. Rae has traveled extensively in Mexico, South and Central America and has taught art in the Roaring Fork Valley for over 24 years. She currently teaches at The Aspen Middle School.
Lilian Lara is a mixed-media artist focusing on papier-mâché sculptures and costume design. Her love of outrageous pageantry and interest in the fantastical is evident in her work as she draws on her Mexican roots to create unique pieces. She believes art is an essential component to the human condition and should occupy a major space in our daily lives. To create is to communicate without words and boundaries—to be understood without explanation.
Liz Larner attended the California Institute of the Arts, where she received her BFA. An inventor of new forms, she explores and extends the conditions and possibilities of sculpture in her work, which has been presented in numerous solo museum exhibitions. Liz was recently the subject of two major exhibitions, Don’t put it back like it was, at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, and Sculpture Center, Long Island City, and below above, at Kunsthalle Zürich.
Mary Laube received her MFA from The University of Iowa. Recent exhibitions include Ortega y Gasset Projects, New York City, VCU Qatar, Doha and Monaco, St. Louis. Artist residencies include Yaddo, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Stiwdeo Maelor in Wales. Mary is an Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee.
Joe Lavine is a photographer, educator, workshop instructor, and author focused on teaching and expression through imagery. As a professional photographer, Joe has spent thirty-plus years creating compelling images through digital imaging and imaginative lighting. Joe has taught lighting and digital imaging at multiple universities. As the former Manager of Educational Services at Profoto US, he traveled the US delivering lectures on lighting. He started teaching Adobe Photoshop in 1991 and is an Adobe Community Expert. He is the author of multiple books on photography, including the 2019 release of Lighting for Photographers, An Introductory Guide to Professional Photography. Whether through teaching or writing, Joe’s objective is to furnish people with the tools to achieve their goals in photography.
Gracelee Lawrence has attended 20 artist residencies and opened her first solo show in New York at Thierry Goldberg in 2019. She is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Sculpture at State University of New York, Albany. Recent exhibitions include Marinaro Gallery, New York City, Dinner Gallery, New York City, Headline Gallery, Vancouver and Postmasters Gallery, New York City.
Karen Lederer received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She was an artist-in-residence at Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Program, Lower East Side Printshop, and Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program. Her work has recently been featured in solo exhibitions at Morgan Lehman Gallery and Cheymore Gallery and in group exhibitions at Hashimoto Contemporary, Deanna Evans Projects, and Dinner Gallery.
Christine Lee has an interdisciplinary art, design, and science practice. Her work has been exhibited at venues such as SOFA Chicago, Traver Gallery, SF Museum of Craft and Design, and the Museum of Arts and Design. She is an Assistant Professor in the School of Art at Arizona State University.
Jimin Lee is an artist whose work explores themes of movement of the body and objects in space referring to migration, globalization and transportation. She is a professor of art and heads the print media program at the University of California, Santa Cruz, as well as the Contemporary Print Media Research Center.
Jennifer J. Lee
Jennifer J. Lee received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Recent solo exhibitions include Planet Caravan, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York; Wall Flowers, Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles and Cold Turkey, La Maison de Rendezvous, Brussels. She has been reviewed in Art In America, The New Yorker and other publications.
Massa Lemu’s multidisciplinary artistic practice takes the form of text, performance, and multimedia installations that are concerned with the contradictions of migration, and the psychological effects of an immaterial, flexible, and mobile capitalism on the post-colonial subject. He is an assistant professor in the Department of Sculpture and Extended Media at Virginia Commonwealth University.
Kate Leonard is a professor of art at Colorado College, where she directs the Graphics Research Lab, an innovative program in printmaking. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally.
Kristin LeVier creates contemporary sculpture at the intersection of art and science. Her work is exhibited widely and featured in books and magazines, including American Craft. Kristin has received awards from NICHE, Society for Contemporary Craft and The Idaho Commission on the Arts, and has given a TEDx talk on the art of science. Her studio is in Moscow, ID.
Golan Levin is a professor of computation arts at Carnegie Mellon University, and also serves as the Co-Director of CMU’s Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry. Golan is a two-time TED speaker and recipient of undergraduate and graduate degrees from the MIT Media Laboratory. With Tega Brain, he is co-author of Code as Creative Medium (2021, MIT Press), an educator’s guide to creative coding.
Kristen Law Lewis
Kristen Law Lewis has been teaching bookbinding for over a decade. It is her continual honor to witness others intersect bookmaking with their own creative practices. With degrees in Studio Art and Museum Studies, Kristen mixes her time caring for artifacts, facilitating classes, and making books.
Suze Lindsay is a studio potter in western North Carolina. Her formal training started as a core fellow at Penland School of Craft, followed by an MFA from Louisiana State University. After completing a three-year residency at Penland School of Arts and Crafts, she set up her studio, Fork Mountain Pottery, with partner Kent McLaughlin. She has presented numerous workshops and lectures nationally and internationally.
Stephanie Lindsey’s work has derived from life experiences and a keen interest in how and when culture, life and identity intersect. Her explorations have resulted in a series of complex narrative photographs, videos, installations and mixed-media works that focus on issues of place, family, race and identity in American society. Stephanie maps the intricate inner weavings of integration of culture, physical and psychological space through her work.
Charles Long has been teaching art for 20 years, from Harvard to his current position as a professor in the Art Department at the University of California, Riverside. His teaching builds on diverse methods and philosophies that he has researched and worked through in his own practice with an emphasis on whatever happens to be most interesting to him at the moment; he is an avid learner who learns best through his enthusiasm for sharing it with others.
Born in 1992 in Chicago, IL, to Puerto Rican and African American parents—Gerald Lovell, uses his artistic practice as a means to self-discovery, and self-articulation. Lovell began his career as an artist after dropping out of the graphic design program at the University of West Georgia as an undergraduate, realizing his need to embrace a new creative path. This epiphany Lovell had in 2014 was his point of departure from a more formal to informal and unorthodox mode of artistic production. He later emerged as a self-taught artist, showing his work on the Atlanta art scene and beyond. Lovell has since developed a unique style and approach to painting, as he poses a dialogue between interspersed impasto and flat surrealist styles on canvas, to create imaginative portraits—using heavy paint application to highlight the human form. His development as a portrait painter has led to works of a very quotidian and common nature—while reifying the lived experiences of his peers.
Genevieve Lowe lives in Brooklyn, NY. She received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Genevieve’s work revolves around conceptions of the American landscape, utilizing a variety of materials to explore its different representations. Her work has been exhibited throughout the United States.
Janelle Lynch is an American large-format photographer. Her photographs are exhibited widely and held in collections worldwide, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. She has three monographs published by Radius Books and is represented by Flowers Galley.
Ami Maes is the Founder and Creative Director of HANDMAKERY: A Children’s Art Studio in Carbondale, CO. The studio focuses on inspiring children to create and express themselves through a variety of artistic mediums. Ami has instructed workshops and taught art in the Roaring Fork Valley for over 20 years. She brings a highly skilled and unique perspective to the creative process, which is why she was awarded the Mary Ellen Nix Excellence in Art Teaching Award through the Aspen Art Museum.
Born in Kolkata, India, Sangram Majumdar lives and works in Seattle, WA. Recently he has exhibited at venues including Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Los Angeles, Geary Contemporary, New York City, Steven Harvey Fine Art Projects, New York City and Asia Society Texas Center. His work has been reviewed in Artforum, The Brooklyn Rail and Hyperallergic, among others.
Adam John Manley is the Associate Professor of Furniture Design & Woodworking at San Diego State University. His work has been exhibited nationally, including solo exhibitions at the Indianapolis Art Institute, Space Gallery in Portland, and The Kipp Gallery at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Adam’s work addresses social issues such as violence and inequality, as well as the human relationship to place, all through the language of familiar functional objects.
Enrique Martínez Celaya
Enrique Martínez Celaya is an internationally renowned artist, as well as an author and former scientist whose work has been exhibited and collected by major institutions around the world. He is the first Provost Professor of Humanities and Arts at the University of Southern California and a Montgomery Fellow at Dartmouth College.
Wendy Maruyama is a furniture maker, artist and educator who has been making innovative work for 40 years. While her early work combined ideologies of feminism and traditional craft objects, her newer work moves beyond the boundaries of traditional studio craft and into the realm of social practice.
Rania Matar is a Lebanese-born American artist whose cross-cultural experience and personal narrative inform her photography. Her work has been exhibited and collected by museums and institutions worldwide. She has received the Leica Women Foto Project Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Mellon Foundation Artist-in-Residency, and Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowships.She has published four books, most recently SHE in 2021.
Jack Mauch is a multi-disciplinary artist, designer, and educator. His work ranges from fine furniture to small-batch production items, with much in between. Jack is especially interested in how digital tools can benefit the processes of artists and craftspeople, a question he explores through his creative work and a consulting practice.
Joshua Rashaad McFadden
Joshua Rashaad McFadden is an American visual artist whose primary medium is photography and is an assistant professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He explores the use of archival material within his work and is known for his portraiture. Joshua’s timely projects have earned him international acclaim.
Alleghany Meadows is a studio potter in Carbondale, CO. He has an MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University and a BA from Pitzer College. He is the recipient of a Watson Fellowship for study of potters in Nepal and a Gropius Master Artist Award from the Huntington Museum of Art. He is represented in numerous public collections and teaches and exhibits extensively.
Michi Meko has exhibited at: Kavi Gupta, Chicago; Gallerie Myrtis, Baltimore; the Richmond Museum of Fine Art, Richmond; Chimento Contemporary, Los Angeles; Cress Gallery at the University of Chattanooga; Westobou Gallery, Augusta; and the Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, Atlanta. He received the Atlanta Artadia Award and the Joan Mitchell Award.
Ari Melenciano is a creative technologist and researcher who is passionate about exploring the relationships between various forms of design and the human experience. Currently, her research lies at the intersections of human-computer interactive technologies, social impacts of technology, counterculture, sound, multi-sensory experiential design, experimental pedagogy and speculative design. Ari is the founder of Afrotectopia, a social institution fostering interdisciplinary innovation at the intersections of art, design, technology, Black culture and activism. She also teaches creative technology and design at NYU and The Pratt Institute.
Jeffrey Meris is an artist who earned an AA in Arts and Crafts from the University of The Bahamas, a BFA in Sculpture from the Tyler School of Art, and an MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University. Jeffrey was a 2020 NXTHVN Fellow and is currently a studio fellow at Sharpe Walentas in Brooklyn, NY.
Candice Methe is an artist and educator living in Helena, MT, where she is a long-term resident at the Archie Bray Foundation for Ceramics Arts. She received a BFA in ceramics from Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff and an MFA from the University of Minnesota.
Brad Miller received his MFA from University of Oregon. His work, which revolves around reconfiguring nature’s patterning and structural systems in new and unusual ways, is in the collections of The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; The Los Angeles County Museum of Art; and the National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC. Brad lives and works in Venice, CA.
Marilyn Minter (b. 1948, USA) is an artist based in New York. Her work has been the subject of many solo exhibitions, including a recent exhibition, All Wet, at MOCO Montpellier, France in 2021. From 2015 through 2017, her retrospective, Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty, traveled to the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston (TX); the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver (CO); the Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach (CA); and the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn (NY). Her video Green Pink Caviar was on view at The Museum of Modern Art, New York from 2010-2011. Minter is the recipient of numerous prestigious awards, including the Louis Comfort Tiffany Grant (2006) and the Guggenheim Fellowship (1998). Minter’s work is in the collections of many museums globally, including the MIT List Center, Cambridge (MA); the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (CA); the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MA); the Museum of Modern Art, New York (NY); the Perez Art Museum, Miami (FL); the Tate Modern, London (U.K); the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (NY); and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (NY), among many others. Minter is represented by LGDR, New York, Regen Projects, Los Angeles, Lehmann Maupin, Hong Kong/Seoul, and Baldwin Gallery, Aspen.
Kelly Taylor Mitchell
Kelly Taylor Mitchell is an installation, paper, and book artist currently based in Atlanta, GA. Kelly earned her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is an Assistant Professor of Art and Visual Culture at Spelman College.
Tyler Mitchell (b. 1995 Atlanta, GA; lives and works in Brooklyn, NY ) is a photographer and filmmaker working across many genres to explore and document a new aesthetic of Blackness. In 2018, he made history as the first Black photographer to shoot a cover of American Vogue for Beyoncé’s appearance in the September issue. The following year, a portrait from this series was acquired by The Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery for its permanent collection. In 2019 Mitchell held his first solo exhibition, I Can Make You Feel Good, at Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam where he showed new photographic and video works including his film Idyllic Space. An iteration of the show traveled to the International Center of Photography in New York in 2020. Mitchell published an eponymous monograph with Prestel Random House in conjunction with the exhibition, further exploring his take on a Black visual utopia. In 2020 Mitchell was announced as the recipient of the Gordon Parks Fellowship, which will support a new project that reflects and draws inspiration from Parks’ central themes of representation and social justice. Mitchell’s fellowship will culminate in an exhibition of the new works at the Gordon Parks Foundation Gallery in Pleasantville, NY. Mitchell has lectured at a number of institutions on the politics of image-making including Harvard University, Paris Photo and the International Center of Photography (ICP).
Matthew has been an Artist In Residence at Arrowmont, the Archie Bray Foundation and Red Lodge Clay Center, and holds an MFA from the University of Washington. Matthew’s work has been featured in Art in America, Art LTD, Clay Times, Ceramics Monthly and Maake Magazine. In 2013 he was selected as an Emerging Artist by Ceramics Monthly.
Meleko Mokgosi was born in Francistown, Botswana, and lives and works in Wellesley, MA, and is an Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies at the Yale School of Art, and Director of the Interdisciplinary Art and Theory Program. He received his MFA from the University of California Los Angeles. He participated in the Rauschenberg Residency at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Captiva, FL and the Artist in Residence Program at the Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY.
Julie Moon is a Toronto-based ceramic artist. She graduated from OCAD University in Toronto in 2005 and received her MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2010. Julie has exhibited widely across Canada and the U.S. and participated in numerous artist residency programs, including one at Anderson Ranch Arts Center.
Nyeema Morgan is an interdisciplinary artist based in Chicago, IL. Her works include large-scale drawings, sculptures and printed matter. Nyeema’s works have been exhibited nationally and internationally. She earned her MFA from the California College of the Arts and her BFA from the Cooper Union School of Art.
Born in 1947, in Holualoa on the Island of Hawaii, Hiroki Morinoue received his BFA degree from the California College of Arts and Crafts (now CCA) in 1973. Traveling to Japan in 1976 through 1982, he studied sumi brush painting with Koh Ito Sensei and Japanese woodblock printmaking, Mokuhanga with Takashi Okubo Sensei. Hiroki and Setsuko Morinoue established Studio 7 Fine Arts Gallery in November 1979, as the first and now longest standing contemporary art gallery in Hawaii. A humble space in a small village with a charmed history, the gallery holds an open-ended mission: to create and promote Contemporary Art. For Hiroki the landscape of Hawaii, its light, rocks, skies, and water has deeply influenced his work alongside the aesthetic of Japanese arts, crafts and landscaped gardens, which is prevalent in his work. In all of Morinoue’s work there is a compelling sense of place, curiosity and dialogue between the art and its viewer. He is a patient observer of nature, the rhythms of the ocean shoreline, the fluidity of lava flows, patterns of light on water, using symbols as suggestive messages and patterns from nature. He transcends these observations in various mediums, including watercolor, oil, acrylic and mix media paintings, monotypes, sculptures, photography, ceramics and Mokuhanga (Japanese woodblock prints). Hiroki Morinoue has shown widely in the United States and Japan. He has completed several major public art commissions, including projects at the Honolulu Public Library, and for the Hawaii Convention Center in 1996-97 where he executed a 90 foot mural titled Mauka, Makai. His work can also be viewed at Pahoa High School Library and First Hawaiian Bank. Morinoue’s work is represented in the collections of The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, The Honolulu Academy of Arts, The Hawaii State Foundation for Culture and the Arts, Neiman-Marcus in Honolulu & Chicago, Verizon Hawaii, Achenbach Foundation of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, The National Parks, Maryland, Ueno No Mori Museum, Tokyo, the Davis Museum at Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA. and many private commissions and collections.
Althea Murphy-Price received an MFA from Purdue University and an MFA from the Tyler School of Art. She has exhibited nationally as well as internationally in Spain, China, Japan, Italy and Sweden. Her work is included in the public collections of the Huntsville Museum of Art, Knoxville Museum of Art, and the Bernard A. Zukerman Museum of Art.
Nathan Murray is a socially engaged artist and educator living in Lincoln, Nebraska. Nathan received his MFA from University of Florida. He has been an artist in residence at the Lux Center for the Arts in Nebraska. He exhibits work nationally and has been widely published in magazines, books and online.
Yoonmi Nam received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Her work considers cross-cultural experience and a sense of transience through prints, drawings, sculptures and installations. Yoonmi is a professor of art at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS.
Mark Newport’s work uses textiles, performance, print and photography to reveal the vulnerability inherent in traditional western ideals of masculinity. His work has been recognized by awards from the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation and the Creative Capital Foundation. Mark is represented by the Simone DeSousa Gallery in Detroit.
Jolie Ngo is a Vietnamese American artist based in Philadelphia, PA. She holds a BFA in ceramics from Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the NYSCC at Alfred University. Utilizing a clay 3-D printer, she creates bright cyborgian design objects that acknowledge early ceramic traditions while smiling towards the future.
Richard Notkin is a studio artist whose work is in over 75 museum collections throughout North America, Europe and Asia. He has taught workshops and been an artist-in-residence at over 350 schools and arts organizations worldwide. Among his awards are three National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist Grants, and Visual Arts Fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, Tiffany Foundation, and United States Artists Foundation. He is a Fellow of the American Craft Council and an Honorary Member of NCECA.
Reginald O’Neal (L.E.O.) began painting in 2012, soon after meeting his mentor, Alejandro Dorda. In 2014, he traveled to Europe to complete murals in Austria, Norway, and Spain and exhibit in a show alongside Dorda in Berlin, Germany. L.E.O. focuses on canvas work, residencies, and murals that embody his community surroundings, experiences, and beliefs.
Malgorzata Oakes lives and works in New York. She teaches at Marist College and the State University of New York, New Paltz. Maggie obtained her PhD and MFA in printmaking at the Academy of Art & Design in Wroclaw, Poland. She actively travels to share her research focused on innovative, sustainable printmaking processes.
Sue Oehme is the owner and director of Oehme Graphics in Steamboat Springs, CO. Her career, spanning more than three decades, includes printing with major American artists in New York, as well as directing the former Riverhouse Editions for 14 years. Her work is represented in Denver by SPACE Gallery.
Catherine Opie is an artist working with photography, film, collage and ceramics. Her work has been exhibited extensively throughout the United States, Europe and Japan, including a mid-career survey at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. Catherine was a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2019, The Smithsonian’s Archives of American Art Medal in 2016 and a United States Artists Fellowship in 2006. She received a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts, and is currently a professor of photography at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Virgil Ortiz is one of the most avant-garde artists of his time. Through his exploration with clay and various media–graphics, fashion, film and video–Virgil fuses historic events with sci-fi and fantasy, yielding imagery that is both provocative and futuristic. He exhibits in museum collections around the world. His work centers on preserving traditional Cochiti culture and art forms.
Tina Ortman has been upholstering furniture for over 26 years. The craft combines her love of furniture design, sewing, restoration and learning. The techniques she finds that solve an element in one piece create the learning opportunity she applies to her next job, making upholstery an ever-expanding skill. She recently expanded her practice to the challenges of applying upholstery to metal frames.
Keun Ho Peter Park
Keun Ho Peter Park is an international artist, woodworker, and instrument maker who teaches at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA. He holds a BFA in painting from South Korea’s Kookmin University and an MFA in woodworking and furniture design from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Shana and Robert ParkeHarrison
Shana and Robert ParkeHarrison explore the triangular relationship of humans, technology and nature. They combine sculpture, painting, set design, performance, photography and implied narrative to create constructed, dreamlike images. Their works are currently included in Festival La Gacilly/Baden Photo, Baden, Austria. Past exhibitions include Mediations Biennale, Poznan, Poland, Lille 3000, Lille, France, and Wall at WAM, Worcester, MA.
Allison Parrish is a computer programmer, poet, educator and game designer. She is an Assistant Arts Professor at the New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program.
Samantha Pasapane is a sculptor who uses foundry methods, metal fabrication, concrete, and mold making in her work. She received her MFA from Rhode Island School of Design. Samantha has taught foundry and metal fabrication at RISD, Pratt, SUNY Purchase, and currently works at Williams College.
Yana Payusova was born in 1979 in Leningrad, USSR. She received an MFA in Interdisciplinary Media Arts Practices from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Yana’s paintings and sculptures blend the styles and symbols of folk art, Russian icons, graphic poster art, illustration and comics, and reflect both her cultural heritage and her training in traditional Russian realist painting. She exhibits both nationally and internationally including recent venues at the Northern Clay Center, Howard Yezerski Gallery, and Tucson Museum of Art. Yana was an Artist-in-Residence at the Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark in 2021. She has two upcoming solo exhibitions at Conduit Gallery in Dallas, TX and Epperson Gallery in Davis, CA.
JJ Peet earned his MFA from Yale University School of Art. He is currently a lecturer in sculpture at Columbia University and a ceramics teacher at the 92nd Street Y. His work has been featured in Artforum, Art in America, Bomb, Frieze, Modern Painters, The New Yorker, and TimeOut, among numerous other publications, and has been the subject of solo exhibitions in the US and France.
Lauren Peterson received her MFA from Georgia State University. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is part of the permanent collection of the High Museum of Art, Goya Contemporary, and the International Printing Museum.
Judy Pfaff creates work that spans disciplines and eschews definition, and is often cited as a pioneer of installation-art. She has received many awards including the International Sculpture Center’s Lifetime Achievement Award (2014), the MacArthur Foundation Award (2004), and the Guggenheim Fellowship (1983). Judy lives and works in Tivoli, New York.
Ryan Pfluger is a queer artist originally from Flushing, Queens who now resides in Los Angeles. He received his MFA in Photo, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts New York City.
Donna Polseno received degrees from the Kansas City Art Institute and Rhode Island School of Design and is a studio artist living in the mountains of Virginia, where she makes both figurative sculpture and functional pottery. She is the recipient of two NEA Artist Grants and has taught and exhibited nationally and internationally in places such as China, Turkey and Italy. She is the creator/director of the “Women Working With Clay” Symposium.
Vanessa Porras is a printmaking artist and an art educator. She specializes in relief printing including woodcuts and linocuts. Her artistic practice also includes mixed media and visual journaling. Her body of work explores themes of femininity, nature, and the psyche. As an educator, Vanessa has worked for various organizations and institutions throughout the Roaring Fork Valley including, the Aspen Art Museum, VOICES, The Art Base, Rosybelle Mobile Maker Bus and Valley Settlement Project, among others. Vanessa is a gallery committee member of Carbondale Arts R2 Gallery and recently co-curated the exhibition, “Identidad y Libertad”. She is a board member for the local newspaper, The Sopris Sun, where she writes a monthly column titled, “Al No Artista”, for the Spanish Insert, El Sol del Valle. Vanessa is a bilingual and bicultural artist who is passionate about mental health advocacy, cultural equity and art education as a means to create bridges between the Latino and Anglo communities. Her purpose is to make art and creativity accessible to those who feel it is out of reach. Vanessa obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art from Colorado Mesa University in 2018.
Michael Puryear has been a designer and furniture maker for over 40 years. His work has been exhibited at the Museum of Art & Design and the Mint Museum, among others, and is in the collections of the Newark Museum and the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture. He lives and works in the Catskills of New York.
Simonette Quamina received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. She is the recipient of the 2017 Salem Art Works fellowship, the 2017-2018 Provincetown Fine Art Works Center residency and is a studio recipient of the Elizabeth Foundation of the Art Studio program in New York City.
Christina Quarles received an MFA from Yale University in 2016 and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture. Her paintings will be the subject of forthcoming exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and X Museum, Beijing, among others. Christina is represented by Regen Projects and Pilar Corrias.
Zakriya Rabani received his MFA from the University of South Florida. He was a resident at Franconia Sculpture Park in Shafer, MN and has exhibited work nationally in galleries, competitions and public art spaces. He was ArtFields 2019 Best Installation/Performance Winner.
Professor Ronald Rael is the Eva Li Memorial Chair in Architecture in the Department of Architecture in the College of Environmental Design, and is also a member of the art faculty in the Department of Art Practice at the University of California Berkeley. His past leadership roles have included serving as Department Chair, Director of the Masters of Architecture, and Director of the Masters of Advanced Architectural Design programs. He is distiguished as being both a Bakar and Hellman Fellow, and directs the printFARM Laboratory (print Facility for Architecture, Research and Materials). His research interests connect indigenous and traditional material practices to contemporary technologies and issues and he is considered to be a design activist, author, and thought leader within the topics of additive manufacturing, borderwall studies, and earthen architecture. The London Design Museum awarded his creative practice, Rael San Fratello, (with architect Virginia San Fratello), the Beazley Award in 2021 for the design of the year, one of the most prestigious awards in design internationally. In 2014 his practice was named an Emerging Voice by The Architectural League of New York—one of the most coveted awards in North American architecture. In 2016 Rael San Fratello was also awarded the Digital Practice Award of Excellence by the The Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA). Rael earned his Master of Architecture degree at Columbia University in the City of New York, where he was the recipient of the William Kinne Memorial Fellowship. Previous academic and professional appointments include positions at the Southern California Institute for Architecture (SCI_arc), Clemson University, the University of Arizona, and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam. His work has been published widely, including the New York Times, Wired, MARK, Domus, Metropolis Magazine, PRAXIS, Thresholds, Log, Public Art Review, and recognized by several institutions including La Biennale di Venezia, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, LACMA, Storefront for Art and Architecture, the Center for Fine Arts, Netherlands, For Freedoms, the YBCA 100, and included in the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, The London Design Museum, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the FRAC Centre, and the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya.
Padma Rajendran lives and works in New York and teaches at the State University of New York at Purchase, Parsons School of Design and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has taught workshops at Byrdcliffe Artist Residency, Textile Art Center, Habitat for Artists and the Neuberger Museum. She received her MFA in Printmaking at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Ryan Rasmussen is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator whose work spans practices in sculpture, installation, kinetic/electronic works, and video. Ryan currently resides in North Carolina where he is Assistant Professor of Intermedia at Elon University. Ryan’s work has been shown in places such as New York, Chicago, Doha, Seoul, Minsk, and Istanbul.
Lynda Ray has worked with encaustic since 1986 and has been teaching workshops since 2007. Her work investigates the pairing of paint and patterns expressing the passage of time. She holds a degree from Massachusetts College of Art and studied with Agnes Martin at Skowhegan School of Art.
Carl Reed is a sculptor and professor emeritus at Colorado College. His sculpture ranges from gallery-scaled pieces to large, site-specific public projects. He is particularly interested in the expressive capacity of materials, and often combines stone, wood, metal, and concrete. His work has been exhibited nationally and in Sweden.
Brad Reed Nelson
Brad Reed Nelson received his MFA in sculpture from Arizona State University. He founded Board By Design, a functional design company in Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley. Brad was included in the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, and his work has been featured in many publications, such as Woodworker’s Journal, American Craft, Dwell, Los Angeles Times, and Elle Decor.
Richard Renaldi received a BFA in photography from New York University. He is represented by Benrubi Gallery in New York and Robert Morat Galerie in Berlin. Five monographs of his work have been published, including Richard Renaldi: Figure and Ground (Aperture, 2006); Fall River Boys (Charles Lane Press, 2009); Touching Strangers (Aperture, 2014); Manhattan Sunday (Aperture, 2016); I Want Your Love (Super Labo, 2018). In 2018 he was a visiting professor at Harvard University and in 2019 served as Wolf Chair at The Cooper Union. He was the recipient of a 2015 fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
K Rhynus Cesark
K Rhynus Cesark received her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. She is the Director of the Visual Arts Program at Colorado Mountain College, where she serves as the Assistant Professor of Art. K is a fellowship recipient from the Colorado Creative Industries. She exhibits her work nationally.
Ellie Richards is an artist from Penland, NC. Her work explores improvisation and play through both furniture and sculpture and is widely exhibited, including the Mint Museum, the Center for Craft, Sculptural Objects Functional Art and Design Fair in Chicago and the Society of Contemporary Craft. Following an MFA from Arizona State University, Ellie was an Artist-in-Residence at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Peters Valley School of Craft, the Appalachian Center for Craft and the Vermont Studio Center.
Holly Roberts has exhibited nationally and internationally and published three monographs of her work, including Holly Roberts, Holly Roberts: Works 1989-1999 and Holly Roberts: Works 2000-2009.
Kelsie Rudolph received her MFA from Montana State University and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has completed residencies at the Archie Bray Foundation, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Tainan National University of the Arts, Red Lodge Clay Center, and at the China Academy of Art in Hangzhou, China. She is currently a long-term resident at the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, MT.
Through sculpture, drawing and site interventions New York City-based artist, Gabriela Salazar, investigates the relationship between our assumptions and ideals for the built environment and its simultaneous, imperfect and intangible realities. She has shown at Storm King Art Center, The Drawing Center, The Queens Museum, and El Museo del Barrio, among other venues.
Andrea Santos received her MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Recent exhibitions include The Patton-Malott Gallery at Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Transmitter, and Super Dutchess. Awards include residencies at The Studios at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art and the Studio Apprenticeship program at The Fabric Workshop and Museum. Andrea lives and works in Los Angeles.
Ralph Scala maintains a studio in Santa Fe, NM, where he produces paintings, sculpture, and functional ceramics. From 2000 to 2016, Ralph consecutively served as studio director at Lillstreet Studios, Santa Fe Clay, and Anderson Ranch Arts Center. He received a BA in painting and sculpture from Evergreen State College. His work can be found in private collections in the US, Mexico, and Japan.
Jason Schneider is a studio furniture maker who works with traditional woodworking processes in nontraditional materials. He received an MFA in Furniture Design from San Diego State University. He is the former studio coordinator of furniture design and woodworking at Anderson Ranch. Currently, Jason is an assistant professor of woodworking and furniture design at Northern Michigan University.
Betsy Schneider is a photographer and filmmaker who explores and documents transformations of individuals and families over time and place. She is a 2011 Guggenheim Fellow and her recent work, To Be Thirteen, is a book by Radius and a major museum exhibition. Betsy is the founder and coordinator of the ASU Online BFA in Digital Photography and a Faculty Affiliate at Emerson College. She lives in the Boston area and has recently taught in person at Harvard, MassArt and Hampshire College.
Adrien Segal is an artist based in Oakland, CA. Drawing from landscape, science, history, emotion, and perception, her interdisciplinary work bridges the gap between scientific rationality and the emotional nature of human experience. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is featured in several books and journals. She has been awarded Artist Residencies across the US, Canada, and Europe, and was the US-UK Fulbright Scholar at the University of Dundee.
Emma Senft is an artist and furniture maker working in wood. Emma has been a studio fellow at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, an Artist-in-Residence at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and has exhibited at galleries across the U.S. and Canada. She is currently pursuing her MFA at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Ellen Shankin is a studio potter in Virginia. She exhibits her work nationally, with pieces in the collections of numerous museums, and her work appears in many periodicals and books of ceramic art. She has taught more than 50 workshops in the US and Italy.
Vitus Shell is a mixed-media collage painter born in Monroe, LA, where he lives and works. His work is geared toward the black experience, giving agency to people from this community through powerful images deconstructing, sampling, and remixing identity, civil rights, and contemporary black culture. He received a BFA from Memphis College of Art in Tennessee and an MFA from the University of Mississippi.
Accra Shepp is a New York–based artist and writer. His images have been exhibited worldwide and are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and other institutions. His writing has appeared in The New York Times and the New York Review of Books as well as the artist book Atlas (in the collection of the Whitney Museum and the New York Public Library), and Windbook, an artist-book installation at the National Library of Luxembourg. The installation, which explored ethnicity and national identity, was a year-long project where the book was outside exposed to the elements with only the wind to turn its pages. He is currently working on a photo-based project titled “The Covid Journals.”
Melanie Sherman received her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2014 and has traveled across Europe and Asia to explore a variety of ceramic overglaze and cold-finishing techniques. She has been a resident artist at the International Ceramics Studio in Kecskemét, Hungary where she studied with renowned Latvian ceramic artist, Ilona Romule, and deepened her love for detailed china painting and luster application.
Esther Shimazu is a studio artist from Hawaii. She received her Masters degree from the University of Massachusetts. Esther received a Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation Purchase award in 2001, and an Individual Artist Fellowship award from the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts.
Hyeyoung Shin received her MFA from the University at Buffalo, two BFAs in Printmaking and Painting in South Korea, and currently teaches at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. Hyeyoung exhibits nationally and internationally, including the National Museum of Women in the Art, Washington, D.C., the Weatherspoon Museum, Greensboro, NC, and more.
Leslie Shows is a Los Angeles-based artist whose mixed-media works incorporate assemblage, painting, drawing, glass and sculptural relief. Her work has been exhibited at institutions including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Berkeley Art Museum, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art.
Mike Shum is a filmmaker who specializes in cinematography and journalism. Shum’s work explores the ways in which we perceive and define home within contexts of historical and cultural struggle. Most recently, Shum was the writer-director and producer on the Frontline/PBS post-election special collaboration, American Voices. The broadcast film is an excerpt of a long-term project following people in the United States as they live through the COVID-19 Pandemic. In addition to these collaborations, Shum works with renowned media organizations like BBC, Al Jazeera Witness, Time Magazine, and National Geographic.
Shahzia Sikander is widely celebrated for subverting pre-modern and classical Central and South-Asian miniature painting traditions into dialog with contemporary international art practices and launching the form known today as “neo-miniature”. Recipient of the MacArthur grant, Shahzia’s early work is touring at the Morgan Library, the Rhode Island School of Design Museum and Museum of Fine Arts Houston in 2021-2022.
Arthur Simms is a professor of art and director of the art department at CUNY, LaGuardia in NYC. His numerous awards include the Rome Prize, Guggenheim, Tiffany, Creative Capital, Joan Mitchell, Pollock-Krasner, and American Academy of Arts and Letters. Exhibiting nationally and internationally, he represented Jamaica in the 49th Venice Biennial.
Katie Smith teaches art at Basalt Elementary School, where she served through ArtistYear, an AmeriCorps program that ensures all students have the opportunity to reap the social-emotional and academic benefits associated with arts learning. Prior to that, as a gallery assistant in Spokane, WA, Katie created an arts curriculum to encourage engagement with each exhibition. In addition to being a local art teacher, Katie is a Colorado native whose multimedia work explores mental health, connection with nature, and women’s rights.
Chris Staley is a Distinguished Professor of Art at Penn State University, and was selected to be the Penn State Laureate in 2012. He was awarded the Universities Milton Eisenhower Distinguished Teaching Award and in 2021 received an NCECA Excellence in Teaching Award. His work is in numerous collections including The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He is currently writing a book, Teaching: Art & Life, about what he learned during 42 years of teaching.
Becky Suss is a painter living and working in Philadelphia. She is represented by Jack Shainman Gallery and Fleisher Ollman Gallery. Recent exhibition venues include the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia, Oakland University Art Gallery, The Fralin Museum of Art, and the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.
Hannah Sutton Stoll
Hannah Stoll is an artist based at SAW Studio for Arts and Works in Carbondale, CO. She works primarily in oil painting, making forays into printmaking and multimedia. Portraiture, human spaces, and natural beauty are her most frequent subjects. In 2020, Stoll received a BA in Organismal Biology and Ecology from Colorado College and moved to the Roaring Fork Valley shortly thereafter. She continues to use concepts and inspiration from her scientific study in her artwork. Patterns found in nature, whether visual or ecological, fascinate her in how they complement and inform the human condition. Stoll’s work returns again and again to these themes and to the unprecedented contemporary ways we feel about our world and ourselves. She has exhibited work in Denver and at several local galleries and art centers.
Jeremy Swanson received his MFA from the University of Illinois. He photographs for the Aspen Skiing Company to capture images that tell the story of Aspen and Snowmass. His work has been published in National Geographic, Outside, Travel & Leisure, and Ski Magazine.
Mark Tan is an artist based in Richmond, VA. His work incorporates both analog and digital fabrication processes to create sculptural objects and visual landscapes by manipulating statistical data. Mark received his MFA in Furniture Design from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Jomo Tariku is an Ethiopian American artist and industrial designer at the forefront of the new frontier known as modern African design. In 2017, he founded his acclaimed namesake furniture collection that has been featured in Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, Interior Design and more. Jomo is constantly exploring ways to convey harmony, heritage and humanity through his craft.
Rashod Taylor received a BA in Fine Art from Murray State University. He is a fine art photographer whose work addresses themes of family, culture, legacy, and the Black experience.
Maggie Taylor is a creator of lovely things who lives in Gainesville, FL. Her work has been exhibited and collected internationally and appears in four published books, including an edition of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and an Adobe Photoshop Masterclass book titled Maggie Taylor’s Landscape of Dreams.
Shoko Teruyama grew up in Mishima, Japan. She earned a BA in education and taught elementary school before coming to the United States to study art at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln in 1997. Shoko received her MFA in ceramics in the fall of 2005 from Wichita State University. She finished a three-year residency at the Penland School of Crafts in 2008 and is now a studio artist in Alfred, NY.
Bryan Keith Thomas
Bryan Keith Thomas received the “White House Honor” for work with the Art in Embassies Program. His work has been exhibited at Art Basel Miami; Meridian Gallery, San Francisco; the Joyce Gordon Gallery, Oakland; Gallery Guichard, Chicago; ArtJaz Gallery, Philadelphia; E&S Gallery, Louisville;the American embassy in Dakar, Senegal; and Du Sable Museum, Chicago. Keith is associate professor within the painting and drawing and critical ethnic studies departments at the California College of the Arts.
Sam Ticknor is an artist who works across traditional and emerging media. She studied art and computer science at Carnegie Mellon University and is currently pursuing her MFA in studio art at New York University. While working as a creative technologist, Sam developed award-winning, illustrated digital projects for museums, including the Carnegie Museum of Art and Natural History, the Andy Warhol Museum, and The Nordic Museum. Sam enjoys teaching and has taught creative coding and animation at schools, camps and universities in Aspen, Pittsburgh, and New York City.
Benjamin Timpson received his MFA from Indiana University and is currently an assistant professor of Photography at Arizona State University. Benjamin is a Yale-Smithsonian Poynter Fellow.
Sarah Tortora lives and works in New York City. She received an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and attended residencies at Skowhegan, the MacDowell Colony, and Ox-Bow School of Art. Her work has been on view at Camayuhs (Atlanta), Tiger Strikes Asteroid (New York and Los Angeles), and Ulterior Gallery (New York).
Anna Tsouhlarakis works in sculpture, installation, video and performance. She graduated from Dartmouth College and then Yale University. She has participated in various art residencies and exhibited nationally and internationally. Anna is Greek and Creek, and an enrolled member of the Navajo Nation.
Lan Tuazon is an associate professor of Sculpture at School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is currently working on Future Fossils, a durational and documentary sculpture about the scale of the human footprint of consumption. Her solo exhibitions include the Brooklyn Museum and Storefront of Art and Architecture in New York, Visual Arts Center at the University of Texas in Austin, and Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago.
John M. Valadez
John M. Valadez has been making significant artwork for over 45 years in the Southern California region. His work has come to define an iconography of Chicano experience in the city, using both the changing dynamics and reconstructing a mythical allegory that speaks to a unique vision. This has been done through numerous federal and state mural commissions throughout California,Texas, and France. Mr. Valadez had a 35 year retrospective at The San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art in La Jolla in 2012 that was critically acclaimed. He was given a six week residency in Bordeaux, France in the spring of 2014 in celebration of the 50th anniversary Los Angeles/Bordeaux sister city art exchange. John was honored with the Vincent and Mary Price Legacy Award from the Vincent Price Art Museum in 2017 along with a distant Joan Mitchell fellowship award. Mr. Valadez was included in the traveling exhibition Building Bridges in Time of Walls throughout Mexico 2018-2020, and will be included in Traitor, Survivor, Icon: La Malinche and the Conquest of Mexico, traveling through Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas 2022-2023.
Stefanie Victor’s work has been included in exhibitions at MoMA PS1, Klaus Von Nichtssagend, Participant, Inc, and the Drawing Center, New York. Recent exhibitions of her work have taken place at Capital, San Francisco, CA, and Adams and Ollman, Portland, OR.
Norwood Viviano heads the sculpture program at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, MI, where he teaches foundry and 3-D printing courses. He received his MFA in sculpture from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Norwood has been awarded residencies at Kohler Co., Tacoma Museum of Glass and the Corning Museum of Glass.
Christine Tien Wang
Christine Tien Wang received her MFA in painting from UCLA. Solo exhibition venues include Night Gallery Galerie Nagel Draxler, Cologne and Berlin. She is in the collection of Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Groeninghe Art Collection in Belgium. Wang is associate professor of painting and drawing at California College of Art in San Francisco.
Alex & Rebecca Norris Webb
Together and apart, photographers and creative partners Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb have authored 21 books, including their collaborative books, Violet Isle, Slant Rhymes, Brooklyn, and Waves. Magnum photographer Alex Webb is best known for his color photographs from Latin America and the Caribbean, including his survey book of 30 years of color photography, The Suffering of Light. Originally a poet, Rebecca often interweaves text and images in her nine books, most notably with her books, My Dakota and Night Calls.
Shoshanna Weinberger was born in Kingston, Jamaica, and received her MFA from Yale School of Art in 2003. Residing in Newark, NJ, since 2006, her work references her Caribbean-American experience. Her awards include a 2014 Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters and Sculptors Grant and a 2022 Fall Residency at McColl Center.
Wendy White has exhibited extensively, including the LA County Museum of Art; M Woods in Beijing, China; Museum of Fine Arts in Gifu, Japan; Bemis Center in Omaha, NE; Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art; and Kunstverein Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz in Berlin. She has received a fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts and is included in Phaidon’s anthology, Vitamin P2: New Perspectives in Painting.
Larry White’s art career spans nearly 55 years. Although primarily known as a skilled craftsman working with Sam Maloof and the Maloof Foundation, he is also renowned as a versatile artist working and exhibiting in other disciplines, including ceramic sculpture, mixed media, drawing and painting. Larry has taught in the art department of two California universities.
Melissa Wilkinson received her MFA from Southern Illinois University. She has shown in various galleries nationally and internationally including South Korea and Canada, and her work is among private collections in the US and abroad. She exhibits currently at Houska Gallery in Saint Louis and OnCenter Gallery in Provincetown, MA.
Rhonda Willers is a visual artist, writer, researcher, podcast host, and author of Terra Sigillata: Contemporary Techniques. She focuses on fragility, space, and subtle strength as she works with repetitive forms and markings to elicit thoughts of memories, spiritual spaces, and rituals. Rhonda engages in the ceramics community as President of the Board of Directors for NCECA.
Dr. Deborah Willis
Deborah Willis is a professor and Chair of the Department of Photography and Imaging at New York University and director of NYU’s Center for Black Visual Culture. She teaches courses on photography and imaging, iconicity, and cultural histories visualizing the black body, women, and gender. Her research examines photography’s multifaceted histories, visual culture, photographic history of slavery and emancipation, contemporary women photographers, and beauty.
Letha Wilson was raised in Colorado, and is currently based in Craryville and Brooklyn, NY. She earned her MFA from Hunter College and attended Skowhegan. She is represented by Higher Pictures Generation in New York and GRIMM Gallery in Amsterdam and New York. She has recently shown work at MASS MoCA and DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.
Jen Wroblewski is an artist, professor, and curator who is the recipient of many fellowships and awards, including the NYFA in printmaking/book arts/drawing, an Aldrich Radius fellowship, and the A.I.R. Gallery fellowship. Her work and projects have been discussed in The New York Times, Hartford Courant, The Brooklyn Rail, New Jersey Star-Ledger, and many other publications.
Derick Wycherly (Chippewa Cree) is an artist and collaborative printmaker from Montana. Derick received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2011, then worked at the esteemed print workshop, Harlan & Weaver, in New York until 2019. Derick is an Ed-Grs fellow and MFA candidate in Printmaking 2022 at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Jinsik Yoo is a figurative ceramic sculptor and painter from Daejeon, South Korea. He received his MFA at the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University. He then moved to Brooklyn, NY, to work for Simone Leigh as a fabrication assistant. He is a current resident at the Clay Studio in Philadelphia.
Gwendolyn Yoppolo transforms perception by creating ceramic objects and multisensory food events. She earned an MFA from Penn State, an MA from Columbia University, and a BA in Sociology from Haverford College. A passionate educator, writer and researcher as well as a maker, Gwendolyn is currently Associate Professor of Ceramics at Kutztown University.