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Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010 • Janice L. Baker •Visual • Eugene,OR

Janice L. Baker

Visual

Location: Eugene , OR

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010

http://www.janicelaverne.blogspot.com.

Janice Baker is a visual artist living and working in Eugene, Oregon. She works part time as a Nurse Educator for a local hospital inpatient mental health unit. She loves to paint seeing it as a challenge and a puzzle. Creating a narrative with art is what she feels she was meant to do in this life. Since 2009, she has been working on xerox transfer paintings using my own drawings and a projector to create 100 small 2- sided paintings that the viewer can arrange as they wish.


   
Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010 • Skye Gilkerson •Visual • Berkley,MI

Skye Gilkerson

Visual

Location: Berkley , MI

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010

http://www.skyegilkerson.com/

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Skye Gilkerson's work in drawing and site-specific installation explores places and objects from everyday life that are often unassuming and easily overlooked. Subtle, yet often labor intensive processes serve to unfold our awareness of our surroundings and destabilize familiar structures. Space, time, light, and language, as well as household dust and the pages of a newspaper all become the materials for this exploration. Skye has been in over 20 shows including Paperworks, juried by Maura Heffman, Exhibition Manager at the Whitney Museum of Art. In 2008, Skye was an artist-in-residence with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and this spring she will be an artist-in-residence at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass, Colorado. Her work is in the Robert F. Pfannebecker Collection, the Bethel University Collection, and numerous personal collections. Skye received her MFA in 2009 from Cranbrook Academy of Art.


   
Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010 • Val D. Phillips •Writing • Gardner,CO

Val D. Phillips

Writing

Location: Gardner , CO

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010

http://www.valphillips.blogspot.com/

Val Phillips lives in Southern Colorado in a small intentional community on seventy-five acres of land. Her community's work centers on teaching sustainable living strategies, supporting peace and social justice efforts, and sharing a non-coercive spiritual practice. Val's short stories have received awards from Glimmer Train, the Women's Art Center of Denver, and the Alamosa County Public Library, as well as scholarships from the Vermont Studio Center and Flight of the Mind women's writing workshops. Her fiction, poetry and essays have appeared in Messages from the Hidden Lake, Fast Forward, The Friend and Friends Journal. She was named one of three featured poets at Denver Poets Day in 2002, and her poem, "Afternoon at Deheishe," was featured on Sam Hamill's Poets Against The War website in 2007. Val is working to complete a collection of short stories inspired by the years she spent living and working in Palestine, and a novel.


   
Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010 • Nadine Stefan •Visual • British Columbia,Canada

Nadine Stefan

Visual

Location: British Columbia , Canada

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010

http://www.nadinestefan.ca/

Nadine Stefan presently lives and works in New Denver, BC. She has been a practicing artist for the past 24 years. She studied at the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary and went on to receive a Bachelor of Fine Arts from University of Calgary. She attended an art residence at the Banff Center in 1989 and has participated in workshops and artist retreats in Alberta and BC. Stefan has actively exhibited her work in public and commercial galleries in British Columbia, Alberta and Quebec and has participated in touring shows in Germany and the Czech republic. Her work is represented in corporate collections, foundations and private collections nationally, in the USA and Europe. Foundations and funding bodies to which Stefan has received grants and scholarships includes the Canada Council, the Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism and the Vancouver Foundation. Nadine has taught college level art classes in design, drawing and mixed media as well as recreational workshops for both adults and children. Her work history also includes working for commercial and civic galleries in various capacities as well as graphic design. Stefan's work combines a variety of media including painting, drawing, wood construction and installation. Nadine presently lives and works in New Denver, British Columbia, Canada.


   
Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 16, 2010 • Stefanie Wortman •Writing • Columbia,MO

Stefanie Wortman

Writing

Location: Columbia , MO

Dates of residence: Jan 5, 2010 - Jan 16, 2010

Stefanie Wortman is a poet originally from Kansas City, Missouri. Her poems have appeared in the Yale Review, New Orleans Review, Smartish Pace, and the online audio archive From the Fishouse. She is currently finishing a PhD at the University of Missouri, where she teaches courses in creative writing, literature, and film.


   
Jan 19, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010 • Suzanne Kehm •Writing • Omaha,NE

Suzanne Kehm

Writing

Location: Omaha , NE

Dates of residence: Jan 19, 2010 - Jan 30, 2010

Awards: Nebraska Residency Award

Suzanne Kehm has a Masters in Fine Arts in Creative Writing and a Masters in Adult and Continuing Education from the University of Nebraska. She was named an Individual Arts Scholar by the Nebraska Arts Council, and has served for three years as editor of the newsletter Many Voices, One Song. She is working on a novel and a collection of essays entitled Seeing Things, Insight in Ordinary Times.


   
Feb 2, 2010 - Feb 13, 2010 • Jen Bergmark •Writing • Los Angeles,CA

Jen Bergmark

Writing

Location: Los Angeles , CA

Dates of residence: Feb 2, 2010 - Feb 13, 2010

Jen Bergmark is a fiction writer who received her MFA from Bennington College. Her work has appeared in Indiana Review, Cream City Review and elsewhere. She is the fiction editor for Newport Review and a fiction reader for Post Road. She is originally from Rhode Island and currently lives with her husband in Los Angeles.


   
Feb 2, 2010 - Feb 17, 2010 • Mary King •Visual • Chicago,IL

Mary King

Visual

Location: Chicago , IL

Dates of residence: Feb 2, 2010 - Feb 17, 2010

http://www.marykingart.com/

Awards: Board of Directors Residency Award

Mary King has been exhibiting professionally for thirty eight years. She has had 4 solo shows in New York and 2 in Chicago. Other solo exhibitions were in Kalamazoo, Ann Arbor, Saugatuck, and Battle Creek, Michigan. Her work has been exhibited in group shows at: The Detroit Institute of Arts, The Butler Art Institute and Albright-Knox Art Gallery. King earned a BFA from The University of Chicago and a MA from Western Michigan University. She studied advanced painting at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. King has been awarded grants by The Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo and by Education For The Arts of Kalamazoo County. She has received two residencies at Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. King's work has been favorably reviewed by The Kalamazoo Gazette, The Ann Arbor News, Detroit News, The Detroit Free Press, The New Art Examiner, The Chicago Reader and The New York Times.


   
Feb 2, 2010 - Mar 13, 2010 • Dora Lisa Rosenbaum •Visual • Bloomington,IN

Dora Lisa Rosenbaum

Visual

Location: Bloomington , IN

Dates of residence: Feb 2, 2010 - Mar 13, 2010

http://www.doralisarosenbaum.com/portfolio.html

Dora Lisa Rosenbaum received her MFA in Printmaking from Indiana University and her BA from Wesleyan University. Her work centers on the everyday, individuals' un-theorized, taken-for-granted experiences and understandings of their worlds. Dora's work has been exhibited across the United States and Italy in both solo and group shows.


   
Feb 2, 2010 - Feb 27, 2010 • Paula Wallace •Visual • Omaha,NE

Paula Wallace

Visual

Location: Omaha , NE

Dates of residence: Feb 2, 2010 - Feb 27, 2010

http://www.hotshopsartcenter.com/artists/100.html

Awards: Nebraska Residency Award

Paula Wallace is a working artist maintaining a studio at the Hot Shops Art Center in Omaha, Nebraska. In addition to fine art, Paula has worked as an illustrator and muralist, curator and arts facilitator. She has been involved in liturgical and public art, interior design and privately commissioned work. Much of her art has its genesis in literature, theatre, music, or the spiritual. As a studio artist, her goals include the refinement of technique and an expansion of thematic material to include visual imagery for both traditional and non-traditional illustration and art in contextual settings. While most of her work is figurative with an emphasis on the human face, her range of styles may be representational to whimsical. Art is the language of her work: to delight in beauty and to share the human experience are aspects of that language. Her work is held in private collections internationally.


   
Feb 2, 2010 - Feb 13, 2010 • Lauren Whalen •Writing • Chicago,IL

Lauren Whalen

Writing

Location: Chicago , IL

Dates of residence: Feb 2, 2010 - Feb 13, 2010

http://unprofessionalcritic.blogspot.com

Lauren Whalen studied theatre and law but was inspired to write two and a half years ago, after a bout with unrequited love and a viewing of the musical Cinderella. Lauren holds a dual B.A. in Theatre and Communication from Loyola University Chicago and a J.D. from Northern Illinois University College of Law. She currently serves as Development Coordinator and Assistant to the Executive Director at Facets Multi-Media, a nonprofit arts organization in Chicago. When not at Facets, Lauren writes reviews for TheFilmYap.com and Facets Features, covers celebrity shenanigans for Examiner.com, and blogs about film, feminism and pop culture on her own site, The Unprofessional Critic.


   
Feb 16, 2010 - Mar 13, 2010 • Tim Bauer •Writing • San Francisco,CA

Tim Bauer

Writing

Location: San Francisco , CA

Dates of residence: Feb 16, 2010 - Mar 13, 2010

http://timbauer.wordpress.com/

Tim Bauer is a San Francisco playwright. His work for the stage includes the full-length plays Exit Wounds (Lark Playwright's Week finalist; PlayLabs semifinalist), Gyroball (Magic Theatre commission), Zombie Town (Sleepwalkers Theatre), and Beyond Words (Aurora Theater Global Age Project finalist); and the one-act plays Hot Spot (National 10-Minute Play Contest finalist), Starting Over (National 10-Minute Play Contest finalist), The Magic Word (Sleepwalkers Theatre) and I'll Be Home For Christmas (Best of PlayGround Festival). He has received full-length play commissions from Magic Theatre and PlayGround, and he has been a two-time finalist for the Humana Festival's Heideman Award, a finalist for the Lark Playwright's Festival and a winner of two PlayGround Emerging Playwright Awards. Tim is a member of the Magic Artists Lab at Magic Theatre, the PlayGround Writers Pool in residence at Berkeley Rep, and the Dramatists Guild.


   
Feb 17, 2010 - Mar 13, 2010 • Mark Barr •Writing • Austin,TX

Mark Barr

Writing

Location: Austin , TX

Dates of residence: Feb 17, 2010 - Mar 13, 2010

Mark Barr was reared in the wilds of Arkansas before moving to Austin, Texas, where he likes to build things and cook. He has received fellowships from Jentel Arts and Blue Mountain Center and his work will appear in spring 2010 in The Austin Anthology: Emerging Writers of Central Texas.


   
Feb 22, 2010 - Mar 5, 2010 • Kyong Mee Choi •Composition • Chicago,IL

Kyong Mee Choi

Composition

Location: Chicago , IL

Dates of residence: Feb 22, 2010 - Mar 5, 2010

http://www.kyongmeechoi.com/Main%20Site/HOME.html

Kyong Mee Choi, composer, organist, painter, and visual artist, has received several prestigious awards including John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship, Robert Helps Prize, Illinois Arts Council Fellowship, ASCAPLUS Awards, the first prize of ASCAP/SEAMUS Award, the second prize at VI Concurso Internacional de Música Eletroacústica de São Paulo, mention for Musique et d'Art Sonore Electroacoustiques de Bourges among others. Her music can be found at CIMESP, SCI, EMS, ICMC, ERM media, SEAMUS, Détonants Voyages. She received a D.M.A. at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a M.M. at Georgia State University and a B.S. in chemistry and science education at Ewha Womans University, and studied Korean literature in a master's program at Seoul National University in South Korea. She is an Assistant Professor of Music Composition at Roosevelt University in Chicago where she teaches composition and electro-acoustic music. She writes for chamber, electro-acoustic, interactive, and multi-media work.


   
Mar 1, 2010 - Mar 26, 2010 • Ji Eun Kim •Visual • Cheyenne,WY

Ji Eun Kim

Visual

Location: Cheyenne , WY

Dates of residence: Mar 1, 2010 - Mar 26, 2010

http://jieunkim25.blogspot.com/search/label/Kimmel%20Harding%20Nelson%20Center%20%28Nebraska%20City%29

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Ji Eun Kim was born in Korea and currently lives in the US. She received a B.F.A and a M.F.A from Seoul National University, and recently received an M.F.A in Painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan. She completed a summer residency at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine, and she was awarded a full fellowship at Vermont Studio Center.
She was awarded an invitational exhibition at Insa Art Space in 2005 which is an internationally well-known alternative space run by Arts Council Korea. She took part in the biennial exhibition, "City_net Asia 2007" which is one of the major art projects in Asia. Her work has been presented in numerous exhibitions, at venues such as Seoul Museum of Art, Alternative Space Pool in Seoul and Daimler Financial and Detroit Artist Market in Michigan. Currently she is working at Clay Paper Scissors Gallery & Studio in Cheyenne, Wyoming.


   
Mar 2, 2010 - Mar 20, 2010 • Jennifer Chang •Writing • Charlottesville,VA

Jennifer Chang

Writing

Location: Charlottesville , VA

Dates of residence: Mar 2, 2010 - Mar 20, 2010

Jennifer Chang is the author of The History of Anonymity, an inaugural selection of the VQR Poetry Series and a finalist for the Shenandoah/Glasgow Prize. She was recently selected as a 2009 New American Poet by the Poetry Society of America. Her poems have appeared in A Public Space, Boston Review, Kenyon Review, New England Review, The New Republic, Poetry Daily, and elsewhere. She has received fellowships and scholarships from Asian American Writers' Workshop, Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, Sewanee Writers' Conference, The MacDowell Colony, and Yaddo. At KHN, she plans to continue work on her second book of poems, Stranger.


   
Mar 16, 2010 - Mar 27, 2010 • Matthew Jensen •Visual • New York City,NY

Matthew Jensen

Visual

Location: New York City , NY

Dates of residence: Mar 16, 2010 - Mar 27, 2010

http://www.jensen-projects.com/

Matthew Jensen (b. 1980) is a conceptual landscape artist based in New York City. He received his MFA from the University of Connecticut and BA from Rice University. Jensen's work is predominantly photo-based and examines the contemporary experience of American landscape. The idea of "nowhere" as both idea and aesthetic is central to each of his varied works. His recent project Nowhere In Manhattan has received wide attention and will continue through the end of 2010.


   
Mar 16, 2010 - Mar 27, 2010 • Jennifer Koiter •Writing • Laramie,WY

Jennifer Koiter

Writing

Location: Laramie , WY

Dates of residence: Mar 16, 2010 - Mar 27, 2010

Jenn Koiter lives in Wyoming, where she works for a cultural nonprofit and teaches Hinduism from time to time. Her poems have appeared in No Tell Motel, Copper Nickel, The Barefoot Muse, and Anti-.


   
Mar 16, 2010 - Mar 27, 2010 • Ted Wheeler •Writing • Omaha,NE

Ted Wheeler

Writing

Location: Omaha , NE

Dates of residence: Mar 16, 2010 - Mar 27, 2010

http://theodore-wheeler.com/

Theodore Wheeler's short fiction has been featured in Best New American Voices 2009, Boulevard (as the prize-winner of their Short Fiction Contest for Emerging Writers), and Flatmancrooked, among other places. A second story is forthcoming from Boulevard in the spring of 2010. A graduate of the MA program at Creighton University, he's been awarded merit scholarships from the Wesleyan Writers Conference, the Key West Literary Seminar, and the Port Townsend Writers Conference, and his collection of short fiction was a Semi-Finalist for the Iowa Short Fiction Award. Wheeler is a Senior Fiction Reader for Prairie Schooner and lives in Omaha with wife Nicole and daughter Madeleine. He is currently at work on a historical novel based around the Omaha Race Riots of 1919 and will continue on the project during his residency at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts.


   
Mar 23, 2010 - Apr 3, 2010 • Timothy Eshing •Composition • Kansas City,MO

Timothy Eshing

Composition

Location: Kansas City , MO

Dates of residence: Mar 23, 2010 - Apr 3, 2010


   
Mar 30, 2010 - Apr 10, 2010 • Mary Bergs •Visual • Minneapolis,MN

Mary Bergs

Visual

Location: Minneapolis , MN

Dates of residence: Mar 30, 2010 - Apr 10, 2010

http://www.marybergs.com/Mary_Bergs.com/Home.html

Mary Bergs is a visual artist who lives and works in Minneapolis, MN. Bergs works in 2D and 3D media, she uses materials from nature and culture to create work that cultivates careful examination and appreciation of beauty found in everyday experience. Bergs completed her BFA degree in 1999 at the University of Minnesota. She also has degrees in psychology and social work. Bergs has shown her work in solo and group exhibitions throughout the Midwest. Her work is included in the juried on-line artist registry of the Drawing Center in New York. She has been the recipient of a MN State Arts Board Career Opportunity Grant and Jerome Foundation Travel Study Grant. Bergs has taught in a variety of educational settings and worked with community groups using art as a means of creating conversation and dialogue. She was a fellow in the Institute for Cultural Community Development, and participant in the Twin Cities Community Cultural Leadership Summit. She has provided Art and Design consultation to Healthcare and arts organizations interested in working in healthcare environments.


   
Mar 30, 2010 - Apr 24, 2010 • Caroline Goyette •Writing • New Orleans,LA

Caroline Goyette

Writing

Location: New Orleans , LA

Dates of residence: Mar 30, 2010 - Apr 24, 2010

Caroline Goyette is a fiction writer and journalist based in New Orleans. She earned her MFA in Fiction from the University of Oregon and her MA in English at Marquette University. Her articles and essays have appeared in BUST, PasteMagazine.com, The Times Picayune, Milwaukee Magazine, and others. She is at work on a collection of short stories.


   
Apr 3, 2010 - May 8, 2010 • Andreanne Fournier •Visual • Montreal Quebec,Canada

Andreanne Fournier

Visual

Location: Montreal Quebec , Canada

Dates of residence: Apr 3, 2010 - May 8, 2010

http://www.andreannefournier.com/english.html

Andreanne Fournier is a visual artist from Montreal, Canada. Her works mix drawings and fragments of video images to turn them into short animations. From flexible bodies inspired by those made out of soap bubbles in children's design and cartoons (0-5 years old), her drawings lead to more ambiguous and complex shapes, closer to adult or more mature images and situations; internal or sexual organs, tension and violence, fear and horror.


   
Apr 3, 2010 - Apr 18, 2010 • Koji Nakano •Composition • Boston,MA

Koji Nakano

Composition

Location: Boston , MA

Dates of residence: Apr 3, 2010 - Apr 18, 2010

http://sites.google.com/site/compositionkojinakano/home

Awards: Jurors Residency Award

Composer Koji Nakano's works reflect the relationship between beauty, form and imperfection through the formality of music. In addition to being the recipient of The American Artists and Museum Professionals in Asia Fellowship from the Asian Cultural Council, Koji is also the first composer to receive the S&R Washington Award Grand Prize from the S&R Foundation, which is awarded annually to the most talented young artist (in the fields of fine arts, music, drama, dance, photography and film), for his/her contributions to U.S.-Japanese relations. Koji received his Ph.D. in composition from the University of California at San Diego, where he studied with Chinary Ung. He is a member of the American Music Center, ASCAP, and currently serves as a Fellow Council member of the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Koji is also a co-founder of The Asian Young Musicians' Connection, which promotes new music by commissioning compositions from emerging Asian composers along side with worldwide professional musicians for its regular concert in Asia and North America.


   
Apr 6, 2010 - May 22, 2010 • Maria Michails •Visual • Bayside,NY

Maria Michails

Visual

Location: Bayside , NY

Dates of residence: Apr 6, 2010 - May 22, 2010

http://www.treiastudios.net/Treia_Studios/Home.html

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Maria Michails is a multi-disciplinary artist whose art practice bridges the sciences, engineering and architecture.  Her human-powered mechanisms are the nucleus of interactive installations that parallel human expenditure with human consumption to address broader ecological and social issues specific to place.  She's a recipient of numerous creative and research grants and her work has been exhibited in Canada, United States, France and Greece.  Recent residency fellowships include Vermont Studio Center, Santa Fe Art Institute and Sculpture Space in Utica, NY.  Ms. Michails has taught foundation studies in art at Arizona State University and the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg.  She earned an MFA from Arizona State University (2008), and a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal (1996).


   
Apr 13, 2010 - Apr 24, 2010 • Zach Bucek •Visual • Athens,GA

Zach Bucek

Visual

Location: Athens , GA

Dates of residence: Apr 13, 2010 - Apr 24, 2010

http://zachbucek.blogspot.com/


   
Apr 24, 2010 - May 4, 2010 • Andrew Gottlieb •Writing • Irvine,CA

Andrew Gottlieb

Writing

Location: Irvine , CA

Dates of residence: Apr 24, 2010 - May 4, 2010

Andrew C. Gottlieb is the winner of the 11th American Fiction prize from New Rivers Press, and his short fiction and poetry has appeared in many journals including the American Literary Review, Beloit Fiction Journal, DIAGRAM, Ecotone, Provincetown Arts, Poets & Writers, and Terrain.org. A chapbook of poems, Halflives, was published in 2005 by New Michigan Press. He's been twice nominated for the Pushcart Prize and has received grants and awards from the Seattle Arts Commission and the Artists Trust Foundation. He's been writer-in-residence at the Montana Artists' Refuge and on Isle Royale National Park, and he has his M.F.A. from the University of Washington and his M.A. from Iowa State University. When he's not writing, he enjoys spending time with his wife and her two children.


   
May 4, 2010 - Jun 5, 2010 • Michael Agresta •Writing • Austin,TX

Michael Agresta

Writing

Location: Austin , TX

Dates of residence: May 4, 2010 - Jun 5, 2010

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award

Michael Agresta has work published or forthcoming in Boston Review, Conjunctions, DIAGRAM, Barrow Street, Painted Bride Quarterly, Cimarron Review, Salt Hill, and others.  His story "DREAMHOMES" won the 2009 Calvino Prize, and he was a runner-up for the 2009 Diagram $5 Innovative Fiction Prize and the 2008 Million Writers Award.  He holds an MFA from the Michener Center for Writers in Austin, Texas, where he now works as a freelance journalist and editor. He's working on a novel about disaster relief and a book of short stories about houses and people.


   
May 10, 2010 - Jun 4, 2010 • Jane Waggoner Deschner •Visual • Billings,MT

Jane Waggoner Deschner

Visual

Location: Billings , MT

Dates of residence: May 10, 2010 - Jun 4, 2010

http://www.janedeschner.com

Jane Waggoner Deschner earned an MFA from Vermont College in 2002. Recently, she has exhibited at Ampersand Gallery, Portland, Oregon, and Lorinda Knight Gallery in Spokane, Washington. For two years, her work traveled throughout Montana and Wyoming on their ArtMobiles.. In September 2009, she joined Montana State University-Bozeman Department of Art's National Advisory Council. In addition to freelancing as a graphic designer, she teaches with the Writer's Voice and at Rocky Mountain College where she is the gallery director. Her work is in the collections of Federal Reserve Banks in Minneapolis, MN, and Helena, MT; University of Montana; Montana State University- Billings Foundation; Yellowstone Public Radio; Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY; Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT; and individuals across the US and in South Korea. Photo by Dave Shumway.


   
May 11, 2010 - Jun 5, 2010 • Jane Waggoner Descher •Visual • Billings,MT

Jane Waggoner Descher

Visual

Location: Billings , MT

Dates of residence: May 11, 2010 - Jun 5, 2010

http://www.janedeschner.com/

Jane Waggoner Deschner earned an MFA from Vermont College in 2002. Recently, she has exhibited at Ampersand Gallery, Portland, Oregon, and Lorinda Knight Gallery in Spokane, Washington. For two years, her work traveled throughout Montana and Wyoming on their ArtMobiles. In September 2009, she joined Montana State University-Bozeman Department of Art's National Advisory Council. In addition to freelancing as a graphic designer, she teaches with the Writer's Voice and at Rocky Mountain College where she is the gallery director. Her work is in the collections of Federal Reserve Banks in Minneapolis, MN, and Helena, MT; University of Montana; Montana State University- Billings Foundation; Yellowstone Public Radio; Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY; Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT; and individuals across the US and in South Korea.


   
May 11, 2010 - May 22, 2010 • Lisa Corine von Koch •Visual • Tempe,AZ

Lisa Corine von Koch

Visual

Location: Tempe , AZ

Dates of residence: May 11, 2010 - May 22, 2010

www.lisacvonkoch.com

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award


   
May 11, 2010 - May 22, 2010 • Laura Madeline Wiseman •Writing • Lincoln,NE

Laura Madeline Wiseman

Writing

Location: Lincoln , NE

Dates of residence: May 11, 2010 - May 22, 2010

http://www.lauramadelinewiseman.com/

Awards: Nebraska Residency Award

Laura Madeline Wiseman is the recipient of the 2009 Academy of American Poets Award from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she is a doctoral candidate and teaches English. Her chapbook My Imaginary (Dancing Girl Press, 2010) was a finalist in four national contests. She is also the author of Ghost Girl, a chapbook forthcoming from Pudding House. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in Feminist Studies, MARGIE, Arts & Letters, and elsewhere. Other awards include the Mari Sandoz Award in fiction, the Will Jumper Award in poetry, and five Pushcart Prize nominations. She holds a BS in English literature and women's studies from Iowa State University and an MA in women's studies from the University of Arizona. She reads and writes reviews for Prairie Schooner.


   
May 25, 2010 - Jun 19, 2010 • Mari LaCure •Visual • Lawrence,KS

Mari LaCure

Visual

Location: Lawrence , KS

Dates of residence: May 25, 2010 - Jun 19, 2010

http://www.marilacure.com/index.php?/root/resume/

Awards: Transitional Artist Residency Award


   
May 25, 2010 - Jun 19, 2010 • Summer Zickefoose •Visual • Boardman,OH

Summer Zickefoose

Visual

Location: Boardman , OH

Dates of residence: May 25, 2010 - Jun 19, 2010

http://summerzickefoose.com/section/80685_Sculpture.html

Summer Zickefoose is an interdisciplinary artist who currently resides in Ohio. She grew up amidst the square miles and cornfields of Iowa. The smells of fresh cut hay, horse manure, and hog pens lodged permanently in her subconscious have, in one way or another, led to artwork that is deeply influenced by Midwestern and rural American culture and landscape. Zickefoose received degrees in both Art History and Studio Art from the University of Iowa in 2000, and in 2004 received a MFA in Multimedia Art and Ceramics from the University of Florida. Her objects, performances, videos, and installations have been exhibited nationally, most notably at the Athens Institute for Contemporary Art in Athens, Georgia and the New Harmony Gallery for Contemporary Art in New Harmony, Indiana. Summer will also be an artist-in-residence at Flaxart Studios in Belfast, Northern Ireland this summer and fall.


   
Jun 8, 2010 - Jun 19, 2010 • Christine Carr •Visual • Roanoke,VA

Christine Carr

Visual

Location: Roanoke , VA

Dates of residence: Jun 8, 2010 - Jun 19, 2010

http://www.christinecarr.com/

Hailing from Portsmouth, Virginia, Christine Carr received degrees from the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, DC and the Tyler School of Art in Elkins Park, PA. Her work has been included in the 4th edition of Exploring Color Photography and in the 3rd edition of Photographic Possibilities, both by Robert Hirsch. She is a two-time recipient of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Fellowship, and has recently lectured on contemporary landscape photography at the Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, VA. She has exhibited in solo shows in Washington, DC, Richmond, VA and Roanoke, VA, and in numerous group shows. Carr is currently teaching photography at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia.


   
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