Erik L. Peterson is a public artist, sculptor, and museum educator
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FIELD/WORK Residency 2017-2018
Hương Ngô is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator.
Alexandra Antoine is an interdisciplinary artist whose work addresses the themes of identity and culture through the use of typography, line and portraiture.
Allen Moore is a Chicago based Educator, Curator, Painter, and Experimental Sound Artist.
Allison (Hales) Ellingson is an artist based in Chicago working primarily with textiles and the social fabric.
Beth Bradfish (composer and sound artist) explores contemporary acoustic and electronic sounds.
Charle Luckett is a writer, stargazer, and community volunteer.
Connie Noyes’ interdisciplinary art practice examines social constructions and assigned values of idealized beauty and value.
Denise Hoover is an artist discovering that making art is a silent conversation on many levels, an awareness of internal and external nuances that prompt her to create.
Fontaine Capel is a Chicago-based interdisciplinary artist, curator, educator, and facilitator.
J. Slater (artist name Onyx) builds light installations as a means of public and communal gathering as well as a set to experiment with their performance works.
Through her work, Chicago-based artist Lindsey Dorr-Niro aims to make art a practice of critical consciousness, calling viewers deeper into themselves and relation with the world.
Luis Mejico is a multidisciplinary artist and independent curator.
Using performance, video and sculptural installations, Matthew Nicholas' work focuses on the relationships between identities, iconography and the social complexities that have shaped American culture.
Monica Rezman is an artist working with textiles, paint and embroidery to create a series of paintings and sculptures that speak about her collective experience.
Monica Trinidad is a queer, Latinx artist & organizer born and raised on the southeast side of Chicago.
Nora uses choreography, words, and melody to delineate and unspool patterns of contemporary existence-often those that govern gender, popular culture, and relationship dynamics--and point to possibilities for queer reimagining.
Orkideh Torabi make paintings that lampoon patriarchal societies, depicting men as absurd clown-like figures, drawing attention to the personal, political and social issues facing women.
Sandra Bridges is primarily an oil painter. Sandra is known for creating emotionally charged paintings—be it her ability to capture the energy of a jazz performance or the strength of character on a subjects face.
Santina Amato is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice incorporates video, sculpture, installation, painting and photography.
Simon Pyle’s work deals with preservation and loss in the digital age. His aesthetic is influenced by imaging technologies: the shape of LCD pixels, the compression of a jpeg file, or a low-resolution image used for computer-vision and facial recognition. With an intermedia approach, his work draws on the fundamental units and idioms of technology.
Sukjoon Lee is a Chicago-based kinetic sculpture artist.
Susan Dwyer is an artist interested in making sculpture that elicits tactile curiosity.
Tracie’s work considers the ecological address, the vulnerability and stability of ecosystems, the process of ecology, and the communication of scientific findings.
Udita Upadhyaya is an interdisciplinary artist who uses her body as a primary material for making.
Her work spans live art, devised theatre, performative photographs, sculpture, installation, video, writing, text, and fiber arts.
Yewen's art practice spans sculpture, ceramics, papermaking, video, painting, and drawing.
Bianca Marks is founder of Marks on Canvas, a Chicago-based boutique agency that specializes in strategic creative content, marketing media, project management and public relations for clients engaged in the arts.
Caroline Stearns is the Director of THE MISSION, a contemporary art gallery located in West Town that represents artists from the United States and Latin America.
Cortney Lederer is an independent curator and art consultant with sixteen years of experience managing an array of artistic programming for organizations and businesses.
Dana Bassett is the Development Director for ACRE (Artists’ Cooperative Residency and Exhibitions).
Emanuel Aguilar is a co-founder and director of PATRON Gallery.
Felicia Holman is a co-founder of both the Art Leaders of Color Network ('ALCN') and Honey Pot Performance (‘HPP’), and she is also Communication Director at Chicago's venerable Links Hall.
J. Gibran Villalobos is an administrator, curator, and art historian.
Jason Pallas is an artist, archivist, curator, and educator primarily concerned with projects at the intersection of the personal, the popular, and the political.
Julia Fischbach is a co-founder and director of PATRON Gallery.
Kalena Chevalier currently serves as the Program Director for the Cultural Grants Program at the City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.
Kate Schutta is an artist, educator, and Director of Career and Professional Experience (CAPX) at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Kate Sierzputowski is a freelance writer and curator based in Chicago.
Lee Anderson is the founder of Starkweather, designer, creative strategist and fashion advocate.
Marci Walker is the Legal Director at Lawyers for the Creative Arts.
Mark Jeffery is a Chicago based performance/installation artist, curator and educator at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Nikki Patin is the Community Arts Engagement Manager for Arts + Public Life at the University of Chicago.
Patrice N. Perkins is the founder of Creative Genius Law®.
Patti Gilford is an art advisor and the founder of Patti Gilford Fine Arts (*PGFA*).
Lauded as a 2017 Artadia Awardee, artist-scholar Rashayla Marie Brown (RMB) manages a living studio practice across an extensive list of cultural production modes, including photography, performance, writing, drawing, installation, and video art.
Rebecca Parker is the Program Director at Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists’ Residency.
Sarah Lombardi is a financial consultant and owner of My Healthy Financial Solution.
Sonnenzimmer is the collective work of artists Nick Butcher and Nadine Nakanishi. Their collaborative practice was established in 2006 in Chicago, Illinois. Initially recognized for their idiosyncratic commissioned screen-printed posters, their practice has since morphed into a interdisciplinary toolshed spanning multiple platforms, including exhibitions, publishing, performance, graphic design, and exhibition design.
Teresa Silva is the Director of Exhibitions & Residencies with the Chicago Artists Coalition.