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Michelle Angela Ortiz is a visual artist/skilled muralist/community arts educator who uses her art as a vehicle to represent people and communities whose histories are often lost or co-opted.
Simon Levin is a visiting artist, lecturer and kiln builder at The China Academy of the Arts in Hangzhou, where he and his apprentices have been bringing a technology that originated in Asia and has evolved in the incubator of the United States back to Asia.
Korean-born, Sang-Mi Yoo’s print media and installations obscure the distinction between perception and reality, past and present, revealing the contradictions of our fixed ways of seeing everyday life and values.
By considering technology, 90’s underground youth culture, and art history, Walsh works to re-construct an image of abstraction that feels appropriate to his time and place.
Cho has been exhibiting her work extensively in various venues nationally and internationally and is the recipient of numerous awards.
Talcott's work projects explore the role of jewelry as a rhetorical device, and in this capacity, how it functions as an agent in rituals that negotiate social, temporal, and spiritual boundaries.
Meg Mitchell has shown her work in numerous group and solo exhibitions, at venues such as the Atlantic Center for the Arts, Conner Contemporary, the DC Art Center, the Museum of Applied Art (MAK) in Vienna and the International Waldkunst Zentrum in Germany.
Ganch's most recent solo exhibitions include TIED at Richmond Visual Arts Center, Richmond, VA and Land and Sea at Sienna Patti Contemporary.
Gregory Martens shakes off the pressure to conform, tapping into his early joy of drawing, and filling his prints, artists books, and drawings with the absurd, the demonic, the historical, the political, and cool cars.
Josh MacPhee is a designer, artist, archivist, and a founding member of both the Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative and Interference Archive.
The Plug-In Studio (Steve Ciampaglia + Kerry Richardson) is a socially engaged new media art collective that collaborates with adults and youth in diverse Chicago communities.