Interview with Antonius Bui for The Coastal Post Blog

I’ve recently come on as a Midwest/Plains Region contributor for The Coastal Post Blog.

Check out the first studio-visit interview with the incredible Antonius Bui!

The Wassaic Project (2/6)

Excited to be able to be involved in this residency as the Education Fellow for the Winter Residency period.

OKC Girls Art School

OKC Girls Art School (9-12/17)

This semester I’m teaching at OKC Girls Art School (founded by Kiona Milirons, after the Tulsa Girls Art School).

RESIDENCY (1/9 – 2/6, 2018)

Residencies invite artists working across media, fields, disciplines, and administrations to create projects that activate Elsewhere’s ‘living’ museum. Residents live and work within the museum for 2-4 weeks creating site-specific, responsive work that explores the museum environment, surplus inventories, cultural histories, social systems, neighborhood communities, and past artworks.

Residents have access to the enormous collection of past projects, textiles, toys, books, consumer technologies, clothes, brik-a-brac, and general thrift for transformation. A curatorial team stewards the creative process and collection use, provides critical feedback, supports artist events, and facilitates connections with Greensboro neighbors and Elsewhere’s national artist network.

Makers and organizers with an interest in participation, performance, reuse, public practice, social engagement, intersectional critique, urban intervention, and experimental living are an excellent fit for this program. Artists working across media (sound, video, installation, performance, conceptual art, painting, social engagement) and fields (researchers, curators, scholars, activists, designers, writers, musicians, puppeteers, gardeners, homesteaders, system-thinkers, game-makers) are encouraged to apply.

Residencies host six artists for any given session. Residencies have a program + living fee. A small number of fellowships are available for curated residency sessions. At times, Elsewhere utilizes a nomination process and recommendations from leaders in our field in an effort to broaden and strengthen our application pool. Collectives and collaborative groups are welcome to apply.

Factory Obscura: SHIFT (11/2017 – 2/2018)

William Larason and I collaborated on a section of SHIFT, Factory Obscura‘s first exhibition.

Check out our Hatch Fund here!