August, 2009

Giovanna Cecchetti, Joseph Kim, Sujin Lee, Bruce Snider, Kirsten Stolle, Jen-Kuang Chang

Giovanna Cecchetti

Paterson, NJ – Giovanna was born in Suffern, New York. Cecchetti initially studied art at SUNY Rockland under Edgar and David Levy, whose influence brought her to NYC to study with Larry Rivers and Elaine deKooning at Parsons School of Design in 1973. She received an MFA from William Paterson University where she presently teaches contemporary color theory and 2-D design as an adjunct professor.  In 2006, Cecchetti received a fellowship from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts. She is also a 2003 recipient of the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper Residency Fellowship, as well as… more »

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Jen-Kuang Chang

Lincoln, NE – Jen-Kuang, a native of Taiwan, is working on the acoustic composition, electro-acoustic, and audiovisual as expressive agents.  Mr. Chang is the recipient of the Music Omi International Musicians Residency Award and the CLIC Foundation Digital Art International Contest Award.  His “Chakra” was named the Second Prize winner of the JIMS “Stadtpfeifer” International Composition Contest for Improvised Chamber Music in Salzburg and was selected for the SCI Journal of Music Scores.  His works have been selected for inclusion in the Spark Festival, Florida Electroacoustic Music Festival, SCI National Conference, SCI Student National Conference, NACUSA National Conference, the Summer… more »

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Joesph Kim

San Francisco, CA –  “A little about me: I was born and raised in San Francisco, in whose summer Mark Twain said he spent the \”coldest winter.\”  Except now it\’s starting to get very hot in the summers.  Global warming, eek!  I moved around some after high school, spent a year in Hawaii and a several years in San Diego.  In 2000, I took my first stab at screenwriting when I enrolled in a one-year online program offered by UCLA.  Quite an eye-opening experience.  But several unproductive years went by when I got mired in the daily grind — work,… more »

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Sujin Lee

Sunnyside, NY – Sujin holds a BFA and an MFA in Studio Art and an MA in Performance Studies.  She was awarded with the Emerge fellowship program at Aljira: A Center for Contemporary Art, Artist in the Marketplace fellowship at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Sidney Kahn Summer Institute residency at The Kitchen, and Jack Goodman Award for Art and Technology at New York University.  Lee’s works were presented at The Soap Factory, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Maryland Institute College of Art, Dixon Place, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Movement Research at the Judson Church and many other venues, nationally… more »

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Bruce Snider

San Francisco, CA – Bruce is the author of The Year We Studied Women, winner of the Felix Pollak Prize in poetry from the University of Wisconsin Press. Originally from Indiana, he lived for several years in Austin, Texas, where he was a James A. Michener Fellow in poetry and playwriting at the University of Texas Michener Center for Writers.  His poetry and non-fiction have appeared in the American Poetry Review, Southern Review, PN Review, Ploughshares and Prairie Schooner. A former Wallace Stegner Fellow and Jones Lecturer in Poetry at Stanford University, he lives in San Francisco.

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Kirsten Stolle

San Francisco, CA – Kirsten was born in Newton, MA and received her BA from Framingham State College in 1989. She also completed studies at Kensington College, London, England and Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA.  Stolle’s work is included in the permanent collection of the Crocker Museum of Art, Sacramento, CA and the Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN as well several corporate collections. Select solo exhibitions include Butters Gallery, Portland, OR; Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA; Julie Nester Gallery, Park City, UT and Markel Fine Arts, NYC. Stolle has also been included in New American Paintings (2005)  and Eleven… more »

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