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current: December 2018 

TORREY BECKHAM

is a Dallas -born, Brooklyn -based artist who has worked as a musician for most of his life.  In high school he picked up knitting to pass time, and continued to do so on and off over the next years. Two years ago, he began teaching himself how to weave and is now working and experimenting in this medium that fully engages his entire being.

STELLA BERKOFSKY

is a photographer and consultant raised between London and Los Angeles, now based in Paris. With a background in design and art direction, she approaches projects from the perspective of each person involved in creating a body of work, resulting in many long lasting collaborations between designers, brands and magazines. She is involved in organizing and teaching annual photography and textiles workshops in Rajasthan, India and is in the process of developing a range of printed textiles from her grandmother’s 1960’s design archives.

NYDA KWASOWSKY

is a free lance dance artist based out of Toronto, Ontario. She has worked for companies including Opera Atelier, Cadence Progressive Contemporary Ballet, Ballet Creole, and Kemi Dance Projects amongst many others. Previous to her move back to Toronto she was dancing in Montreal and with Citie Ballet in Edmonton, AB. She has a background of classical technique from studies at The National Ballet School of Canad and her curiosity to connect humanity lies at the core of the work she is drawn to and the exploration and creative processes she develops choreographically. She allows ambiguity to be present in both her interior and exterior realms, having studied and worked with a large scope of movement languages leading to an interest in trauma informed practices. Her personal practice is informed by her bi-racial identity and experiences as an undefined melting pot. She practices and is interested in a state of the undefined where vulnerability, humanity, mystery, conflict, difficulty and process exist. 

JAMIE FELDMAR

is a writer, editor and author based in New York City. She has worked as the Managing Editor of Serious Eats and Senior Editor of Tasting Table, and is the co-author of four cookbooks, including the IACP and James Beard Award-winning "Taste & Technique: Recipes to Elevate Your Home Cooking" (Ten Speed Press) with chef Naomi Pomeroy of Beast in Portland, OR. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Saveur, Lucky Peach and more. She is a frequent audio guest and correspondent on The Lonely Hour, Prince Street Podcast and various Heritage Radio Network productions and will be working on a personal project exploring the most universal and most challenging of human experiences: change.

January 2019

MARIANA GARIBAY RAEKE

grew up in Guadalajara, Mexico and moved to the Bay Area after high school, developing a career as a printmaker and graphic designer and later receiving a BFA from California College of the Arts in Painting followed by an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Yale School of Art.  Now in Brooklyn, she is co-editor of Asteroids and Asterisms, a digital publication of conversations with artists on the nature of making and matter, and was a founding member of Group < > (2015-2017), a collective focused on supporting and promoting the work of Latin-American women artists in New York.  Her recent initiative “We Are What We Do,” is aimed at creating community, dialogue and action in support of human rights and their first event will focus on raising funds to support immigration advocacy.

CHARLIE RUBIN

is a NY based photographer. Born in the Bronx, he was the recipient of the Foam Talent award from the Foam Museum in Amsterdam in 2013; and in 2014 published Strange Paradise, a book of his photographs and collages which explores American anxiety and lethargy. In 2015, he held his first solo exhibition, "Intervention," at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles and has had additional exhibitions at PCNW in Seattle, Rosfoto in St. Petersburg, Design Center Shanghai and Foley Gallery in New York City. His photographs have appeared in The New York Times, The New Yorker, W, Vice, Cultured and Bloomberg Businessweek. His work can also be seen in collections at the MoMA library, the Henry Art Museum in Seattle and Haverford College.

DIANE GARCIA

is a Mexican American artist and chef, growing up in Chicago and Montreal to Mexican parents. She attended culinary school and as of recently worked at the restaurant located in the New York MoMA. With a deep love for design and sculpture, she uses the techniques she learned with her hands while cooking to influence her ceramic work. She works with clay in her home studio and is currently finishing her Bachelor Degree in Ceramics in Montreal. In Oaxaca, she will be researching the Mexican American experience - exploring where her American identity begins and where her Mexican identity ends through clay sculpture and the creation of objects she grew up with such as "jarras" and ceramic plates.

ANTHONY SULLIVAN

Anthony Sullivan’s work explores the perception of color and space and the cognitive, environmental, and cultural conditions that affect perception. He draws inspiration from nature, ecology, the idea of the umwelt, phenomenology, evolution, neuroscience, and the intersection of modern sciences with eastern thought. Born outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1980,  Sullivan grew up in greater Philadelphia and later in Birmingham, Alabama, where he received a Visual Arts degree from the Alabama School of Fine Arts. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University, and a Master of Architecture from Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He has participated in exhibitions at the Birmingham Public Library, the Alabama School of Fine Arts, Auburn University, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London with Farshid Moussavi Architecture. Sullivan currently lives and works in New York.

AMBER DREW

is an advocate for physical & mental healt and access to care, assisting clients diagnosed with and affected by chronic medical and mental health ailments to gain self-efficacy and stability. With twelve years of experience in clinical psychology, medical case management, and behavioral health interventions, Amber’s areas of focus include improving communication around disease-related education, behavior change strategies and psycho-support. Amber currently runs a collective, LifeCycle Biking, creating programming focused on emotional health and community building through cycling for women, people of color, LGBTQIA+ and low income communities.

SARA ELISE

spends a lot of her thought space contemplating pleasure, pain, healing, and growth- and how inextricably those concepts are linked.  With deep interest in BDSM, ritualization, relationship dynamics, and personal development of awareness and wellness, she promotes the use of food as a tool for self-care and healing. She is the owner of Harvest & Revel- a collaboratively-run, women-led, full service catering company based in Brooklyn that focuses on using organic, seasonal, locally sourced ingredients to create elegant culinary experiences.  

February 2019

GARANCE FRANKE - RUTA

was born in the South of France, growing up in San Cristobal de las Casas in Chiapas, Mexico; New York City; and Santa Fe, New Mexico.  She was previously editor in chief of Yahoo Politics and Washington editor of Yahoo News, a senior editor and columnist at The Atlantic, national online politics editor at The Washington Post, and a senior editor at The American Prospect magazine. She has been awarded an October 2018 residency at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center in Bellagio, Italy, was in 2006 a fellow at the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy Schoo., and taught in Georgetown's Master of Professional Studies in Journalism program. She  is currently working on her first book, a memoir about AIDS, activism and coming of age in America in the late 1980s.

COLLEEN HERMAN

is an independent artist living in New York City exploring themes of ritual and space. As a Creative Director and Designer, she consults for various companies on branding and design projects. In 2014 she launched Tenfold New York, a range of luxury homewares manufactured all over the globe exclusively for The Line. She paints in Tribeca, teaches yoga in Nolita and resides in the East Village.  

JOHANNA CASTILLO

(b. 1995, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – la isla) integrates practices of collaborative performances, textile craft, sculptures, inclusive workshops and discourses around safe space in response to concerns on human connections, social constructs, colonization, human rights and natural resources devastation. Realizing that a safe space is not entitled to a constraint territory nor the premises behind cultural hierarchy, but a state that we wake up to when we recognize each others as humans, she been exploring ways of creating safe spaces by constructing integrative looms for anyone to feel capable and welcome to weave and add their own energy through fabric scraps, as a way of giving more emphasis to all the makers that collaboratively build on the pieces.

MILA BROOMBERG

is a designer based in Montreal. Her work involves creating human environments that are lived and documented, working in cinema, set design and architecture. She is the editor of a magazine called Échelles, that provides a platform for queer and marginalized voices in architecture and design.  She is currently exploring low-cost, lightweight design interventions (i.e. string lights, repurposed objects as seating) as tools for “Placemaking”’, activating public space, specifically non-places that are either dangerous or unused. 

SARAH BENGLE

is a designer based in Montreal with a background in Art History who builds rational, speculative and vernacular environments through the production of cinema, exhibition and publication. Her work deals with urban and social territories in which she produces rational analyzes of existing and fictional proposals, a dialectic in which one feeds the other. She is looking to develop a fragmented and soft cartography of the city of Oaxaca to reveal its occupied, empty, and safe places to in preparation for urban interventions (active, passive or preservative).

LISA NEBENZAHL

is a Minneapolis-based photographic artist working with alternative processes; platinum printing, cyanotype, photo constructions and multiple-pass printing. Her photographic work ponders universal themes of fragility and resilience, loss and persistence and the passage of time, employing shadow, light, and manipulation as metaphors for what is fleeting and ultimately mysterious. Working with the ephemeral natural world of plants and flowers, and the imprints made by their tenuous presence, her work is an affirmation of the beauty of change and a reminder of the temporal condition. She has recently received two Minnesota State Arts Board fellowships.

March 2019

BRUNO ALBIZZATI

is a visual artist from Paris represented by Galerie La Forest Divonne in Paris and Brussels, and Shuebbe Inc. in Düsseldorf.  He specializes in Printed Images, exploring various technique such as silkscreen or etching along with drawing and painting. His  work has been included in multiple collective exhibitions including Centre Pompidou (2009) and Maison de l’Architecture (2013) and in collaboration with various notable galleries and curators.  His residency work will explore urban patterns in Oaxaca, revolving around sense of contextualization, an exploration of specific territory, both as a physical and a mental space, and the urge to create pieces nourished by an environment and its experience.

BRADY HAMMES

 is a writer living in Los Angeles. His debut novel "The Bygones" will be published by Random House in 2019. His short stories have appeared in Michigan Quarterly Review, Guernica, The Rattling Wall, Beecher's, and Forty Stories: New Writing from Harper Perennial.  He is currently working on his second novel. 

ABBYE CHURCHILL

is an artist, curator and writer. Her visual work has been exhibited internationally at galleries in New York, Paris, and Chicago. She has organized exhibitions in conjunction with MoMA, NADA Miami, and Phaidon Press among others. Her writing has appeared in publications such as The New York Times, Vogue, Food + Wine, Conde Nast and W and she co-authored her first book, A Wilder Life in 2016. She was the founder and co-director of the artist-run gallery space and bookstore Public Access in Chicago, IL and is currently the creative director of Gazebo Projects. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.

AMY KIM KEELER

is a fiber/mixed media artist living and working in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is also a Nurse Practitioner working in high-risk obstetrics. Her work considers materials that are often considered "trash" once they've served their singular purpose: bubble wrap, cardboard, etc and is concerned with our culture of disposability, instant gratification, mass production, and waste.

MAYA ROSE

is a Portland, OR & Tucson, AZ based shop/gallery owner, writer, artist, and cook. Her practice includes poetry/narrative, clothing, embroidery, soft sculpture, and baking. She owns and operates LOWELL, an ever-evolving concept store/gallery founded in 2011, with a focus on handcrafted, unusual, one-of-a-kind artist made objects and installations, ranging from antique to contemporary. The current iteration of LOWELL resists the confines of retail, prioritizing in-person/tactile experiences and gathering information.

April 2019

CHLOE KHERAGHAN

was born and raised on the island of Guam in the Pacific, until attending NYU’s theatre program with an emphasis in choreography. Since then she has danced, choreographed and taught yoga and currently owns a studio in New York. She has choreographed a range of self produced and co-created pieces for theater, music videos, films, and performance art at an array of NYC spaces. She will be working on a new dance theatre piece using a mix of dramaturgical research, movement vocabulary generation, and setting choreography on her body.

VINCENZO ANGILERI

was born on an island and is now based in Barcelona. His work moves freely between narrative, design, editorial, artist books, and performance. He plays with words and languages, juxtaposes images and seeks meaning through stories. He entwined his classical studies with an education in graphic and editorial design, communication, visual arts, movie and screenwriting. He is currently Partner and Narrative Strategist at Folch Studio, editor for the magazines Odiseo and Eldorado Experience, teacher in the Master of Publishing Projects and Master of Graphic Design at ELISAVA design school in Barcelona.

NADINE GOEPFERT

is a Berlin- based multidisciplinary designer offering creative direction, design and consultancy on textiles and materials for interior, product, art and fashion. She investigates contemporary culture to create intelligent concepts and material innovations for clients from various fields.   Her collections and art installations examine the function and conventional use of materials to develop new design perspectives. Her internationally exhibited research projects question the relation between garments, individual and society to reveal unconscious patterns of behavior in the everyday use of textiles. She studied textile design at Berlin School of Art Weissensee and at the Rietveld Academy Amsterdam

TILL WIEDECK

is a creative director, designer and founder of the multidisciplinary creative studio HelloMe, based on Berlin. HelloMe develops concepts, art direction, graphic design and visual experiences for various  protagonists in fashion, arts, culture and business. The studio works closely with partners from all fields to develop extraordinary work and interdisciplinary cross-media formats – creating progressive forms of communication and new gestures at the intersection of contemporary arts and culture. Recent commissions include the creative direction and visual identity of Volksbühne Berlin (in collaboration with Manuel Bürger), the rebranding of and ongoing art direction for Warp Records, collaborations with fashion brands COS and Nike, multiple publications designed for Sternberg Press, as well as the art direction and design of several exhibitions and identities for various international cultural institutions.

ANA RITA ANTONIO

was born in Leiria, Portugal. She lives and works between Bergen (NO) and Lisbon (PT). After completing her degree in Painting, António moved to Norway where she graduated from a master degree in Visual Arts at Kunstakademiet, Bergen. She studied Chinese Painting in Hong Kong School of Arts and at the Design Lab department at the Rieteveld Academie in Amsterdam. She is the board leader of Isotop artist collective, was a co-founder and cultural agent of the curatorial project Ramsalt, Bergen and has exhibited regularly since 2006 in Norway and abroad. She has worked as a lecturer and guest teacher in several school and universities in Norway and abroad. Her work is represented in various private collections, as well as in MUDAM (The Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art), Luxembourg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SOPHIE MOLLART

is writer and photographer with a background in filmmaking and visual art, recently completing her first novel originating from a video project in the holy city of Varanasi and the desert of Rajasthan. Her writing is featured in many arts journals and, as an arts journalist, she has interviewed writers and filmmakers such as Wim Wenders, Marina Abramovic and Andrea Arnold.  Born in the U.K, she has lived in Paris, Brooklyn, Berlin, and Indonesia.

LOTTE VAN RAALTE

is a Amsterdam - based photographer.  After finishing a degree in fashion photography from the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague she has been traveling internationally, exploring humans through the photographic lens. She has also taught drawing and painting in India as well as photography in the townships of Capetown and at a refugee center in Holland. For the past three years she has been working with an agency in Amsterdam on various commercial work. 

FLANNERY KLETTE-KOLTON

is a NY based chef and the cofounder of the culinary creative company bigLITTLE Get Together with Lauren Gerrie, creating private dinners, brand experiences, private chef opportunities, pop ups, and styling. She is currently executive chef for a hotel & travel brand as well as guest contributor for Counter Service Magazine.

LAUREN GERRIE

is a chef, dancer and artist. She is the cofounder of bigLITTLE Get Together with Flannery Klette-Kolton, a partner and pastry consultant at Cervo's restaurant, a food writer for Paper Magazine, Domino Magazine + more and when not cooking she co-teaches an all levels adult dance class called MOVES. She is preparing for a month long restaurant pop-up in Geneva prior to her residency along with other freelance chef work.   

QUIQUE CABANILLAS

is a NY based Puerto Rican photographer, designer and musician studying indigenous music through both photography and sound. 

TURIYA GROSS

was born in Mexico City and raised in Colima Mexico.  She has been living and working as a potter in upstate NY for the past seven years in the at a craft community called The Rochester Folk Art Guild, before which she attended Parsons School of Design in NYC.  Her pottery is functional, and transmits the work that has been passed on to her. 

BRISA GONZALEZ

is vocalist, songwriting collaborator and percussionist of Sávila as well as video installation creator, costume and set design enthusiast. She holds a degree in international politics and Latin American studies with a focus on international indigenous rights advocacy, working for organization Cultural Survival and as a social worker in Mexico and with Native Youth in the Pacific Northwest. Her background in independent music as the vocalist of all-woman identifying queer band Swan Island took her around the United States and she has studied theater/clown at the Ecole Phillippe Gaulier and with Giovanni Fiusetti after which she travelled by train as a performer with the 200 year old Ringling Brothers Circus for two years. 

FABIOLA REYNA

is guitarist, songwriting collaborator, looping and effect pedal magician and experimental synth artist of Sávila.  She is also the Creator, Editor and Chief of She Shreds Magazine the world’s only magazine dedicated to female guitarists-advancing women’s place in music and culture through this publication as well as curating female-fronted showcases and acting as a consultant with larger brands in an effort to help reshape their existing norms and expectations of women in the music industry. She is also a part of latinx female dj collective Noche Libre highlighting different styles of music by artists from all over Latin America and creates as a solo artist and under the name Reyna Tropical.

SAMANTHA HOISEN

is a social worker and sexual health educator living and working in Manhattan. During the day she teaches sex education, developing educational programming designed to deepen commitment to service, diversity, equity, and inclusion through girl's leadership programs, service learning experiences, and cultural events.  She is also a painter and her work in Oaxaca used this medium to explore the meaning of intimacy and the implications of this concept on how young people conceptualize sexual experiences and human connection.  

SUMMER DUNSMORE

Summer Dunsmore is a storyteller, documentarian, and recent graduate of the MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts program at Duke University.  She explores dialogues between decolonizing language, femalx/queer embodiment, and the natural world through multimedia installation, documenting movement research and composing new written work.  

HANNAH JACOBS

is a Bay Area native, who has lived in New York the last 5 years as a baker, cook and caterer.  Previous to her work in the kitchen she worked in early childhood education for many years, specifically Headstart.  While she still loves teaching, working in food refines what she most appreciates about working in schools and education: getting to know different children, families, and through those relationships getting to know different cultures and communities.

TALI PETSCHEK

has been bouncing between the art world and the food world for the past 10 years, recently discovering they co-exist.  Born in Cambridge MA and currently based in New York by way of Oakland, Tali is an observer and a listener, and cooking has always provided, in some subtle way, a form of sculpture -- fine arts training was bridged with cooking by training as a butcher, sculpting meat.  Tali is currently working on with Hannah Jacobs on a food pop up, babydudes, as well as a number of arts education and accessibility projects at MoMa and elsewhere.  

MARISSA NAVAL

is a Mexican architect with a focus on traditional wood architecture.  After studying at the ITESM Chihuahua and finishing her graduate degree in architecture at Columbia University, she has spent the past four years working at the IM Pei office in New York as well as teaching as an adjunct professor in Monterrey.   She is also a painter.  

DEIDRE PEARCE

is a Canberra, Australia based artist working with ephemeral installations, collage, performance and wearable objects. She is in the first year of a PhD speculating on the relationship between my digital and physical presences and what might happen if the body’s physiology has agency in digital environments. Prior to her visual arts practice, she was a biological chemist with research interests in tracking complex information systems inside cells, and ways of integrating prosthetics with the human body. Through her work with residents Alison Moeller and Kate McCambridge, she is exploring how water-based metaphors might be used to create systems in which expressions of consciousness, the physical body and digital engagement may merge.  

KATE MCCAMBRIDGE

is an artist working across installation, performance and photography, recently completing her MA at the Royal College of Art and MSc at Imperial College.  Her work moves between gallery, stage and public space and draws from such diverse areas as archeology, choreography, cognitive psychology and typology.  Along with residents Alison Moeller and Deidre Pierce, she will be further developing their previous body of work in a new environment enabling a new set of interactions and images. 

ALISON MOELLER

is a graphic designer and art director based in Oakland, California exploring wellness and the healing power of plants while shaping the interaction between word and image to design forms of communication. Along with residents Kate McCambridge and Deidre Pierce, she will be further developing their previous body of work in a new environment enabling a new set of interactions and images. 

KATIE RICE

is a prose writer currently in the University of Virginia’s MFA program.  She has worked in the marketing departments of Random House and Knopf and is currently at work on an essay/collage/translation piece called “Translating Lorca" through the combined exploration of Federico García Lorca’s poem “Ciudad sin sueño,” a 1968 Playboy magazine, the Mexican game Lotería, and personal experience. 

JESSE COHEN

is an artist based in New Mexico. Her work is an investigation of art's alchemical capacity to transmute obstacles into talismans, new forms, and medicine.  She is the co-founder of the Canaries Collective, a network of cis women, trans and non-binary people living and working  with autoimmune conditions and other chronic illnesses.

KATIE BARRY

is an artist born and raised in the Midwest and Hong Kong, whose interests include color psychology, geometry, light and shadow, global and local architecture, and human interaction with the land.  Inspired by her research into color theory and basic brain science, she plans to create a body of work inspired by the landscape of Oaxaca. 

HAYDEE ANTUNANO

Haydee Zelideth is a New York City based costume designer working in theater, opera, film and TV.  She will be researching weaving as a living expression of cultural memory, and a way of preserving and confirming one’s existence in the world as well as exploring her own cultural heritage. 

LIZA LACROIX

Liza Lacroix is a Montreal born artist based in New York City.  She has exhibited internationally in both solo and group shows and is also the co-founder of NUT, an all-women's annual art publication.

HELEN QUINN

is a printmaker, prop stylist, and adjunct faculty at Parsons/The New School in New York City, with degrees from Rhode Island School of Design (textiles) and Cranbrook Academy of Art (fiber). She will be looking at the Zapotec sculptures from Monte Albán, using their head dresses, ear plugs, feathers, etc. as elements in a series of drawings and silkscreens of hybrid beings like chimeras and cyborgs.

ZIPPORAH THOMPSON

 is a visual artist and sculptor based in Atlanta, Georgia who explores ritual and alchemical transformations through the unknown and through universals, including the natural world, catastrophe, chaos, and the cosmos. She has been granted a Research and Development award to attend this residency from Idea Capital in Atlanta, GA, working on a project which fuses the research of traditional Zapotec weaving methods and Zapotec black pottery traditions of Oaxaca, Mexico.

MCINTYRE PARKER

is the founder of off-space Pied-à-terre,through which he has organized group exhibitions, solo exhibitions and reading series as well as publishing collections of writings, interviews and catalogues . He has been commissioned to make a new 16mm film and will be documenting the landscape and sense of place in specific regions of Mexico. 

HADLEY JENSEN

is a doctoral candidate at Bard Graduate Center in New York, with a background in Design History & Material Culture. She is investigating the documentation of craft through various modes and media of representation, with special reference to Navajo weavers and the ‘photography of making.’

MJ DAINES

is a weaver and researcher, working through ideas on Anni Albers practice and her legacy as an educator. MJ's work takes the form of research/creation -  it includes written components but also informes her future weaving and dyeing work, exploring questions about how or what we can communicate through textiles today. 

AMANDINE CHEVEAU

was born in Paris and studied art history in La Sorbonne as well as Fashion Design at Esmod and Graphic Design at LISAA. After working as a graphic designer,  she began the flower design company ANATOMIE last year.   She will be working on a collaboration with Norwegian photographer Ingrid Pop to explore flowers as objects and experiment with ways to preserve their beauty, stopping their process of decay by attempting to turn them into sculptures.

LESLIE KOCH

Leslie Koch was the founding President of the Trust for Governors Island. Under her leadership Governors Island was transformed from an obsolete military base into a dynamic public space focused on extraordinary, inclusive design and a unique, open approach to cultural programming.  Previously she was the founding CEO of the Fund for Public Schools, an educational non profit in New York City and an executive at Microsoft.   She is now an independent advisor working on public & private partnerships.

MIMI RYAN

is the San Francisco born, Bali -based founder of Menyan Projects, making natural and plant based products.  

SARAH BENJAMIN & SUMMER SINGLETARY

are chefs, artists and herbalists as well as the co-founders of the Kosmic Kitchen, teaching elemental theory and kitchen herbalism.  They will be studying how folk herbal traditions are interwoven into life in Oaxaca through medicine making, food and ritual as well as the role of women as healers, cooks and stewards of the family.  The are currently in the process of writing their first book.

DANNY NEWBERG

is a chef and founder of JOINT VENTURE,  an alternative approach to serving food by creating unique experiences among the communities we engage with.  

ANNA DUNN

is an editor, food and crime fiction writer, and Bartender-at-Large. She is the co-author of Dinner at the Long Table and the Saltie Cookbook as well as the founding editor of Diner Journal, an independent food, art and literature magazine since its inception in 2006.

HARRIS BAUER

is an artist and writer based in Brooklyn, NY. She has worked with non-profit, writer-run presses and organizations such as Ugly Duckling Presse and Wendy's Subway as an editor and programming assistant. For the last four years she has organized site specific installations featuring new work by artists in both Los Angeles and New York. She joined Joint Venture as the managing director in November of 2016.

RACHEL ABRAHAMS

is a freelance dancer also working with Yoga, Pilates, and Thai Massage.  She, along with collaborator and banjo player Jim Kivlen are exploring a project deconstructing memories to reconstruct these stories through music and movement.

JIM  KIVLEN

is a playwright, musician, and performer based in New York. He, along with collaborator and dancer Rachel Abrahams, are exploring a project deconstructing memories to reconstruct these stories through music movement.

COLLIER MEYERSON

 is a fellow and contributor at the Nation Institute, where she reports on race and politics, and an investigative fellow at Reveal at the Center for Investigative Reporting. She received an Emmy for work on MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes and won the National Association of Black Journalists’ 2016 award for commentary. Her work has appeared in the New Yorker, Glamour Magazine, and New York Magazine among others. Collier lives in Brooklyn.

BRIDGET HAMADAY

is a NY based attorney and photographer, spending her days practicing public criminal defense and immigration law in the Bronx, and her nights/weekends devoted to documentary and fine art photography.

ELENA SCHILDER

is a novelist and essayist based in Brooklyn, NY. 

AMANNY AHMAD

is an artist, chef, forager, ikebana enthusiast, writer, food activist and traveler based in new york city. born in utah to palestinian immigrants, ahmad spent her early life traveling back-and-forth between the southwest and her family’s village in the west bank, where her interest in foraging began. since then she has studied culinary traditions and wild food ways in italy, mexico, palestine, and north america in an effort to record and help preserve indigenous culinary traditions and methods of survival. 

DANIELA JACOBS

is a designer and founder of ARC objects, a body of work that seeks to encourage mindfulness and individual creative expression. From jewelry to home objects, it is a collection that explores and experiments with wearable and functional sculpture.  She works and lives in New York City, as well as Mallorca, Spain. 

BRIAN BUTTERFIELD

 is a New York based architect and the design manager for exhibitions at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Met Breuer. Before life at the Met he taught courses on architecture, furniture design, and fabrication and was the Director of the Yale Architecture Gallery. He grew up in Iowa and resides in Brooklyn New York.

EMILY ANDERSON

is a Los Angeles based nurse and writer whose writing explores health, illness, and care. 

SONIA GRANT

 is a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Chicago. Her research examines the cultural politics of oil & gas development in northwestern New Mexico. She holds a Masters in Geography from the University of Toronto. She is collaborating with artist Rebecca Mir Grady on STRATA, a project that responds to climate change across geological, hydrological, and atmospheric mediums. 

REBECCA MIR GRADY

is an artist, jewelry designer and writer living and working in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Born in Alaska and raised in Maine, her creative sensibility is steeped in saltwater and mountains. Her work is focused on the perplexing character of interactions with the natural world, and the subsequent ramifications. Grady holds an MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

KELLY FRAMEL

is a classically trained artist and painter who has been working as a creative director in New York for the past 12 years and has now returned to making her own artwork. 

JESSICA NIELLO

is an Oakland based painter and Ceramist currently studying at Pratt in NY.  Her work has been shown at the Berkeley Art Museum, various galleries in San Francisco, Oakland, France and Japan. 

VICTORIA ALEXANDER

is an Australian author and photographer of four books - The Bathers Pavilion Cookbook, One, Colour and Real.  She is the founder of  The Russell Hotel (Sydney's first small boutique hotel in The Rocks) The Bathers Pavilion (a restaurant and cafe overlooking Balmoral's beach) and The Film Business (a commercial production company).  She has been a fashion editor for Vogue, Cosmopolitan and freelance stylist. 

CECILIA RENARD

is a photographer from Menorca, Spain currently working on a documentation of Oaxacan Mezcaleras.    

KIM SWIFT

is a designer and Creative Director in New York and LA, creating narrative environments, immersive art installations and cultural happenings. She is currently working on a sculptural project inspired by the cultural landscape of Oaxaca.

DEBORAH NEEDLEMAN

is an editor and writer studying, researching and thinking about ways of living and the importance of materials in culture. She is the former editor-in -chief of  T: The New York Times Style Magazine and WSJ Magazine.

DORA MEDRANO

is a Cuban born, US based artist, designer and film-maker.  She is the co-founder of  Carbo Films, a production company creating national and international advertising campaigns for countless multinational brands and specializing on the US Hispanic market.

NAVEEN NAQVI

 is a Vancouver- based photographer whose work explores issues of movement, belonging, loss and the impermanence of things. She was born in Karachi, Pakistan and grew up in Saudi Arabia .  A solo exhibition of her series 'There, There' was part of Vancouver's Capture Photo Festival last spring. She is also a writer and poet and has worked in broadcast journalism at NBC News and as an anchor and reporter at DawnNews in Dehli. 

DIWA TAMARONG

is the founder of New York's Rockaway - based Arts in Parts, a program creating diverse and unique learning experiences for kids led by artists, educators, and creatives -- empowering young minds through, creativity, critical thinking and curiosity for the natural world. She makes work and lead workshops relating to food education and human's relationship to nature. 

ALEX BAKER

has been investigating water through the lens of baking. The past year she has been working at a wood-fired bread bakery in Maine and studying the intersection between swimming, food, writing and community.  She grew up in the Haight-Ashbury of San Francisco. 

PATTY COTTRELL

is the author of the novel Sorry to Disrupt the Peace (McSweeney’s). She is a poet. She was born in South Korea and lives in Los Angeles.

SARAH GERARD

is a writer and collage artist. She is the author of the essay collection Sunshine State and the novel Binary Star. Her short stories, essays, interviews, and criticism have appeared in The New York Times, Granta, Vice, The Baffler, and other journals, as well as anthologies. She teaches writing in New York City.

ABRA BOERO

is a designer and the founder of Off Season NYC, a women's collection designed in NYC and inspired by Rockaway beach.  She was born and raised in New York City and lives year-round in Rockaway Beach.

KIMBERLY CHOU TSUN AN

is a writer and co-director of Food Book Fair, an event set at the intersection of food culture and food systems.  She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

SIMONE BODMER-TURNER    

is a Brooklyn based ceramic artist studying ancient forms and techniques from cultures with deep roots in hand built pottery.  

LIZ ROBB 

 is an artist whose practice focuses on soft sculpture.  Based in San Francisco, she works sculpturally to create textured surfaces & forms with natural materials such as wool, cotton, jute, & indigo. 

ANDREA GENTL

is one half of theinternationally acclaimed photography team of Gentl and Hyers, with her husband and long time collaborator Martin Hyers.

ROANNE ADAMS

is the Creative Director and Founder of the New York based creative studio, RoAndCo and recently launched publication, Romance Journal. 

CARA MARIE PIAZZA

is a natural dyer and textile designer living and producing her work in New York. She is committed to sustainable and ethical production, sourcing ethical and sustainable fabrics and creating unique editions exclusive to the environments in which they are sold. 

ERIN CONSIDINE

 is a natural dyer, jeweler and fiber artist working in Brooklyn, New York.  Her namesake accessories line, Erin Considine, is inherently multidisciplinary, bridging the worlds of fiber, natural dye and metalsmithing.  

DEVRA FOX

is a New York based multi-disciplinary artist whose work explores themes of identity, growth and deterioration, permanence and temporality. She works in textile, sculpture, installation and print. 

MOLLY PRENTISS 

is a Brooklyn based writer, the author of the novel Tuesday Nights in 1980, and the founder of The Blue School, a progressive, creative writing school in Brooklyn.  

CHELSEA HEFFNER

is a painter, printmaker, textile artist, and teacher.  She is the founder of Wildcraft Studio School in White Salem, Washington and Portland, Oregon, a creative center offering workshops in traditional skills, studio arts, plant medicine, and sustainable practices. 

CLAIRE TYPALDOS

is a designer and visual artist based in Philadelphia, PA.  She works in several mediums, including printmaking, ceramics, painting, and sculpture, as well graphic identity and floral work.  Her interest in plants and flowers motivates both her art and design.  

HALLIE BREWER

is an Austin based artist and designer.  She is the founder of Studio B, a collection of hand-printed textiles. 

CLAUDIA MARTINEZ

is a London based artist and researcher currently completing an MFA in Materials, Anthropology, and Design at University College London.  

CINDY DANIEL

is the founder of Healdsburg SHED in Healdsburg, CA, a cafe, housewares and garden store, food market, and modern community grange with the mission to promote and celebrate good farming, good cooking, and good eating. 

NAOMI S CLARK 

is a painter and designer.  She is the co-founder of Fort Makers, a Brooklyn based artist collective.   

LEE DESROSIERS

is the chef of Achilles Heel in Brooklyn, NY.  

REBECCA MIR GRADY 

is an artist and writer based in Chicago.  Her work is primarily concerned with the perplexing character of interactions with nature. She is currently researching a book about the end of the world.

ROB MATTHEWS

is a designer and current Art Director at Partners and Spade.  

CHI NGUYEN 

is an interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She uses durational performance, textile, painting, and writing as platforms to reflect on contemporary issues dealing with feminism, war resolutions, globalization, and the search for one’s identity. 

LAUREN SNYDER

is the owner of The Primary Essentials in Brooklyn and is currently working on her own line of home goods.  

MIRANDA BENNET

is an Austin, TX based designer, natural dye artist and the founder of Miranda Bennet Studio.  

MAUREEN CANTARA

is a New York based painter.  

JULIA DIFEO

is a working artist, designer and fine arts teacher. 

ANNE DANA

is a New York based attorney.  

VERONICA DI FONZO

is a New York based designer merging traditional techniques with modern aesthetics.  

RENATA FULLER

is a Brooklyn based travel, food and lifestyle photographer.  Her residency work studies light and shadow in Oaxaca.   

LAURA AVIVA

is the founder of  l’aviva home collective , a New York based home ware-studio collaborating with leaders in the artisan design industry to create authentic, of-a-place interiors around the world.

GABRIELLE GREENBURG

is the founder of Zephyr Projects in upstate New York, representing select emerging artists, showcasing both their work and artistic process. 

ANNA GALLEN  

Anna Gallen is finishing her Master’s thesis on Mexican textiles, the role they play in the international design world, and their potential for subverting imperial relationships.  

KATHY GEISEL  

is a UX/UI Designer with a background in Psychology Research and Graphic Design.

CAROLINE Z HURLEY 

is a painter and textile designer.  She is the founder of Caroline Z Hurley, a home-ware company based in New York.  

LEIF HEDENDAL

is a San-Francisco based chef.  

TODD HEIM

is a Brooklyn-based designer.  He is the founder / producer of Todd Heim Projects, a small textile studio creating textiles for the beach and home, focusing on fine materials, simple design and quality construction. 

FORREST LEWINGER 

is an artist and the ceramicist behind Workaday Handmade.  

BENEDICTE LUX

is a Norwegian born, NY based artist working in fashion, textiles and photography. 

MICHAEL MALLETE 

is a Brooklyn based photographer.  His research and work focuses on exploring unseen perspectives of the everyday.   

AIMEE MCLAUGHLIN 

is Brooklyn based textile artist, photographer, and ceramicist.  She is a former artist-in- residence at the Textile Art Center.   

KARINA MANARIN

is a Phoenix-based designer and fiber artist, whose work focuses on natural dyes, installations, and organic materials. 

JON MEYER

is a Brooklyn-based brand strategist at Sylvain Labs and a former chef.  

DACIA PEARSON 

is a Brooklyn based photographer, whose work combines editorial portraiture and candid photojournalism. 

SARAH RYHANEN 

is a floral designer, stylist, and writer.  She is the founder of Saipua, The Little Flower School, and World's End Farm

GRACE ROBINSON-LEO

is a designer and Creative Director.  

SHAINA ROBBINS

is a chef and educator currently teaching at Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn. 

CAROLINA SANTOS-NEVES 

is partner and Chef de Cuisine of New York restaurants  Colonia Verde and Comodo.  

SAMANTHA MARGHERITA

is a LA based designer and cofounder of the clothing brand Day Space Night. 

AUDREY SNYDER

is an artist with a particular interest in ethnobotany.  Her artwork proposes a continuity between the human body and the land.  

GEMMA INGALLS

is a LA based photographer, and author of "In Full Flower". 

MARIA JOSE MADERO

is a Oaxaca based fashion designer. 

ORIANA KOREN

a Los Angeles based editorial photographer focusing on food and portraiture

SHIRA SCHWARZ

is a Brooklyn based painter and textile artist. 

ELISABETH TIMPONE

is a Brooklyn based artist, illustrator, and printmaker whose current work explores the use and symbolism of altars, both personally and culturally. 

PETER TREIBER

is a artist and builder working out of the Invisible Dog Art Center in Brooklyn. 

OLAIYA LAND

is a Seattle based photographer. 

SARA ELIASON

is a Houston based artist and designer that specializes in color work and education as well as architectural design.

JEN SALL

is a LA based producer.

MARGO SIVIN

is a NY based food photographer.

LEAH PELLEGRINI

is a New York based writer, photographer, illustrator, and creative communications consultant.  She is the creator of The Core Stories.  

 

 

 

 
 

 

arts & lectures, etc  

ARTS & LECTURES OCTOBER 2018

Devon Bella

Virginia Macdonald

Nicole Heim

Marie Castiglione

Sara Gates

Leslie Cohen

ARTS & LECTURES JULY 2018

Dianne Dillingham

Kate Phillips

En Wong

Adam Partridge

Susan Hable

Rebekka Seale

Thao Nguyen

ARTS & LECTURES APRIL 2018

Veronica Pesantes

Judith Metz

Christie Young

Tracy Morgan

Alexandra Thom

LA COMIDA / JOINT VENTURE & ANNA DUNN, MARCH 2018

Colombe jacobsen

Missy Flynn

Katy Moore

Jim Henkens

Becky Waddell

ARTS & LECTURES FEBRUARY 2018

Barrie Cohen

Ilona Klaver

Emily Dezentje

Isa Belg

Jeanne Lurvey

Caroline Wilder

Jenny James

Beda Calhoun

Traci Morris

Maggie McClure Zavolinsky

GENTL & HYERS, JANUARY 2018

Victoria Alexander

Nicole beck

Janet O'Grady

LaVonne Carlson

Julie Mazur-Denison

Loretta Mutti-Chrichton

Linda Campos

ARTS & LECTURES OCTOBER 2017

David Canedo Rivas

Morgan Ione Yeager

Dora Medrano

Deborah Needleman

Leah Pellegrini

RESIDENCIA AZUL, MOLLY PRENTISS, MARCH 2017

NIki Bakshani

Cori Barrett

Leah Pellegrini

Monica Nelson

Pete Treiber

RESIDENCIA DE LA TELA WITH SUCURRO, FEBRUARY 2017

Erica Weiner

Rinne Allen

Melanie Falick

Tessa Watson

Kristin Harris

Elissa Osterland

GENTL & HYERS, JANUARY 2017

Ren Fuller

Clare Yazbeck

Deborah Williamson

Nancy Jo Iacoi

Kirsten Towfiq

Tami Seymour

Dietland Wolf

Elina Frumerman x

Olaiya Land

Francois Backejau

Mikael Karlsson Lundgren

Trent Lanz

Lee Desrosiers 

RESIDENCIA BOTANICA WITH SAIPUA & NAHVAE FROST DECEMBER 2016

Jodie Lustgarten

Janessa Walter

Kate Asire

Lisa Skeen

Katie Vontz

Hailey Kahn

Leslie Dupre

Jennifer Behr

Luisa Sanchez

Jennell Lehmen

Heather Waraksa