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Wed, 2022-06-08 15:34 -- Dan Weiss


Conrad Cheung is an artist whose practice couples transdisciplinary, collaborative, and ethnographic processes with wide-ranging artistic methods and media to address various urgencies, including post-truth and related crises of knowledge, the empathic and affective demands of democracy, crises of public space and commons, and most recently, sustainability in the face of multispecies extinction. Cheung’s work spans installation, performance, VR, cyberintervention, and more, and they collaborate regularly with practitioners across creative and academic disciplines.


Tue, 2022-01-11 11:25 -- Liza Pittard

Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture 2016

MFA UT-Austin 2014

Aunspaugh Fellow UVA 2008

BA University of Virginia 2008

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Mon, 2022-01-10 15:10 -- Dan Weiss

Currently the Assistant Professor of Printmaking and Drawing at the University of Virginia, Jackson Taylor was born and raised in rural Kentucky on a large intergenerational cattle and tobacco farm. He holds a BFA in 2D Studio Art from the University of Louisville and received his MFA in Printmaking and Drawing from the University of Iowa in 2021. He is a master of lithography and monotype processes, which he uses to generate multifaceted prints and drawings about growing up in the American South.

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Mon, 2022-01-10 15:03 -- Dan Weiss


Anna Hogg is a teaching artist and filmmaker whose work addresses the relationship between memory and the body archive.

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Wed, 2021-08-04 14:47 -- Dan Weiss


Marisa Williamson is a project-based artist who works in video, image-making, installation and performance around themes of history, race, feminism, and technology. She has produced site-specific works at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello (2013), Storm King Art Center (2016), the Metropolitan Museum of Art (2016), the University of Virginia (2018), and SPACES Cleveland (2019), and by commission from Monument Lab Philadelphia (2017), and the National Park Service (2019).

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Tue, 2020-02-11 11:36 -- Dan Weiss

Henry Skerritt is Assistant Professor in the Department of Art and Curator of Indigenous Arts of Australia at the Kluge-Ruhe Aboriginal Art Collection of the University of Virginia. His research centers on the engagement of Indigenous peoples with the institutions of art, with a particular methodological focus on the role of Indigenous communities in curating their own art histories.


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