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Krystle Brown — Boston MA

Krystle Brown is a lifelong resident of Massachusetts and has been living in Boston for over a decade. She received her BFA in Painting and Art History at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in 2012, with Academic Honors. In May of 2018, Brown received her MFA at The School of Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, where she received the Montague Travel Grant to conduct research in Northern Ireland March of 2017 and was awarded the Katherine Romero Graduating Student Award. Brown was the co-curator of the Webster Court Project in Newton MA, where she helped to organize over 20 Boston based artists create installations in a vacant Victorian home, complete with collaborative projects with the public. She has also curated two video installation exhibitions at Tufts University and was the curator of the Tufts Master's of Fine Arts First Year Show “defundthisshow". She has been a resident at Stonehouse Residency for the Contemporary Arts in Miramonte California, Lazuli Residency in Corinth Vermont, and Vermont Studio Center in Johnson Vermont. 

 

Maeve D’Arcy — New York NY — 2019 Grove Street Scholar

Maeve D'Arcy is a visual artist from Queens, New York. She graduated in 2013 from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in Londonwith an MA Fine Art. In 2009 she graduated summa cum laude from theCUNY Baccalaureate Program for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studieswith a major in Visual Art and Social Justice Studies. She hasattended many residencies, including Jentel Foundation in Wyoming, theVirginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Vermont Studio Center.Her work as been exhibited in Ireland, England, and New York. She isbased in New York City and her practice is focused on painting, anddrawing.

 

Maria Giancola — New Brunswick NJ

Maria Giancola (b. 1989, New Brunswick, New Jersey) received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2018. She received her BFA from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts in 2011. Giancola attended a residency at the School of Visual Arts in 2017. Her work was included in various publications, and her book Outline was added to the Cranbrook Art Library Collection in 2018. She has exhibited her work at group and solo exhibitions across the US, including a recent group exhibition at Cranbrook Art Museum in 2018. Giancola is currently an art history professor in New Jersey.

 

Bang Guel Han — Brooklyn NY

Bang Geul Han is an interdisciplinary artist working between moving images, performance, text, and code. Born and raised in Seoul, Korea and based in the US since 2003, her work has been shown in venues including The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Queens Museum, A.I.R. Gallery, Cuchifritos Gallery, Essex Flowers in New York City, Galerie Les Territories and Projét Pangée in Montreal, and Centro Internazionale per l’Arte Contemporanea in Rome. Han is a recipient of a number of artist residencies and fellowships including Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) program at the Bronx Museum of the Arts (2016), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Workspace program (2011-2012), MacDowell Colony (2009), and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2007). She is 2017 Peter Benoliel Fellow at the Center For The Emerging Visual Artists in Philadelphia, PA. Han lives in Brooklyn, NY and teaches in the Design and Digital Media program at the College of Staten Island CUNY.

 

Timothy Harding — Fort Worth TX — 77ART Fellow

Texas-based artist Timothy Harding’s work explores the relationship between drawing, painting, and sculpture, through dimensional paintings and sculptural installations. Works have appeared in publications and venues nationally including New American Paintings, the Dallas Art Fair, Dallas Museum of Art, Florida State University Museum of Art, And Gallery (Jackson, MS), and Cris Worley Fine Arts (Dallas, TX). He completed residencies at the Center for Creative Connections at the Dallas Museum of Art, the Vermont Studio Center, and Wassaic Project. Harding received the Kimbrough Fund Grant from the Dallas Museum of Art and Artist Microgrant from the Nasher Sculpture Center, he is currently Assistant Professor of Art at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX.

 

Benjamin Leber — Local Arts Fellow — Rutland VT

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Anna Loucka — New York NY

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Kacie Lyn Martinez — Brooklyn NY

As a participatory fiber artist  / tejedora, facilitator, and organizational designer, Kacie Lyn Martinez (USA) is on a journey to understand how individuals and communities heal, dream, and self-actualize. For over a decade and across five countries, she has built installations and programs that reimagine inclusive, safe, engaged communities. In addition, her personal practice spans fiber, poetry, painting, and printmaking to create a highly personal visual vocabulary and a discursive identity landscape of her underworld. With advanced degrees from Wellesley College and the London School of Economics, she uses her diverse background in intergenerational healing, systems thinking, civic-focused technology, and community organizing to collaboratively envision and weave together new possibilities.

 

Adeline Praud — Nantes France — 2019 Grove Street Scholar

Photographer and film director Adeline Praud uses her work to look deeply into societal failings, but also examines the potential for positive transformation of individuals, social groups and places. In addition to these artistic projects, Praud leads educational projects. Praud desires to mobilize social action through her artistic projects. To this end, she initiated in 2018 the creation of the association L’oeil parlant, which means the Speaking Eyea network of artists, teachers, and cultural mediators trained in the technique of participatory photography. L’oeil parlant is shared tool that uses photography as a vehicle to promote positive social transformations. Adeline Praud is currently working on the project entitled Let's talk second chances, a documentary film and a photo book. She undertook this project in Rutland. Although Praud is based in France.

 

Marcy Rosewater — Brooklyn NY

Marcy Rosewater is a representational painter who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She recieved a MA from New York University and a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has been awarded residencies at the Saltonstall Foundation, the Golden Foundation, Virginia Center for Contemporary Art, Yaddo, and Vermont Studio Center. She is a two-time red dot winner at the Art Student's League. Most recently her work has been exhibited at Studio 10, SRO Gallery and Denise Bibros Fine Art in NYC and the Ely Center of Contemporary Art in New Haven.

 

SLINKO — Maplewood NJ

Born in Ukraine, Slinko is a multidisciplinary artist living in New Jersey, USA. Her artistic practice is rooted in travel and research, and is informed by history and social anthropology. In her work, Slinko investigates the effects and workings of power on society and individuals. She often uses historic narratives, cultural artifacts, and political symbols to reflect her idiosyncratic, and often comically flawed perspective. Slinko works across several disciplines, and incorporates forms ranging from political satire to storyboard drawings, moving image, performance, and fieldwork research. 

Slinko had studied painting at Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts, graphic design at Fashion Institute ofTechnology, and has an MFA in Sculpture and Extended Media from Virginia Commonwealth University. Slinko has been awarded Jacob K. Javits Fellowship, and had been a resident artist at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (Skowhegan, Maine), Sculpture Space (Utica, NY), Henry Street Settlement (New York), Dar al Ma’mûn (Morocco), Bemis Contemporary Art Center (Nebraska), The Marble House Project, (Vermont), RAIR residency (Philadelphia), Guttenberg Arts (New Jersey), The Drawing Center Open Sessions ( New York ). 

 

Elizabeth Schneider — Virginville PA

Elizabeth Schneider received her BFA from the School of Architecture, Art, and Planning at Cornell University and earned her MFA in studio art from the University of South Florida, with a focus in painting and animation.  She is a nationally exhibiting contemporary artist, recently participating in exhibitions in the Philadelphia area, Boston, MA, and film festivals around the country including the [RE] Gen New Media Festival.  Schneider has received numerous grants and awards, such as the Charles Baskerville Painting Award and an Opportunity Grant from the New York Foundation for the Arts. She currently works as an Assistant Professor of Art at Kutztown University, teaching courses in time-based media and animation.

 

Gabrielle Weiss — Queens NY

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Ella Whittemore Hill — Brooklyn NY — 2019 77ART Fellow

Ella Whittemore Hill was born in Burlington, Vermont. She graduated from Bard College in 2018 where she received a BA in studio arts. She studied sculpture and art history in Berlin in 2017. The past year she has been working with Alice Adams studio as an artist assistant. The work she does in printmaking and fiber wall hangings is a continuation of the work she learned from her grandmother, a fiber artist. Her art works at reaching back to memories, how we build stories out of them, and how we alter them over time. She is currently living in Brooklyn, NY.