Confluence Project Lantern Paddle
To see images from the Confluence Project Lantern Paddle, in partnership with the Vermont Performance Lab and the CT River Conservancy, please visit http://www.ariveroflight.org/project/the-confluence-project-moonlit-lantern-paddle/
Winooski HS, Creativity Capstone Class
In the Spring of 2018, students completing the Creativity Capstone Class at Winooski Hight School, VT participated in the Community Engagement Lab’s Vermont Creative Schools Initiative, under the guidance of theater and art teachers, Heather Win and Jessica Bruce. Beginning with a design thinking process at Generator, VT, we explored the essential question: “How do […]
Geode: Installation at Champlain College
In September 2017, I worked with freshman students at Champlain College, VT, in collaboration with the Peace Paper Project, to create lantern structures for a visual light installation in the Champlain College Art Gallery. After making their hand-made paper from items of clothing, letters, paper fragments and natural materials, students created 3D structures from willow, […]
Artist-in-Residence at Champlain College MakerLab & Solo Exhibition at CCM Gallery
For the duration of 2016 spring semester, I was artist-in-residence at the Champlain College MakerLab. The 15-week residency culminated with a solo-exhibition–Peripheral Vision opened at the CCM Art Gallery in October 2016. While exploring the line between between permanence and the ephemeral, I have been experimenting with cutting-edge 3D-printer technology and created a body of […]
Kent Museum, Calais, VT.
In the beautiful and historically preserved Kent Musuem, in the heart of Calais, VT, I was invited to create an interactive drawing installation on the day preceding the opening of the exhibition Full Circle. It was a wonderful experience to be working with over 20 participants. Over the course of 6 hours, we completed a 6ft […]
Morehead State University, Kentucky.
In October 2011, I was invited to Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky, to perform and coordinate a participatory Rangoli drawing.The finished design was 5ft x 5ft in size, took over 15lbs of rice in 10 colors and utilized the help of 18 participants over 6 hours.Many thanks to Jennifer Reis, Gallery Director of MSU and […]
Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
On the weekend of 2nd and 3rd April 2011, I was invited to the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA to perform a Rangoli, as part of Sensational India!, a weekend of creative activities celebrating the arts and culture of India.Two separate designs were provided for children interested in participating in rangoli making. The Rangoli design […]