Jason Bulluck is a conceptual artist, writer, and teacher living in Washington, DC, and working in both DC and Chicago. His work explores encounters of critical geography, Buddhism and Black, Feminist, and Queer liberatory thought and praxis. Recent projects include sculpture and installation that invite audiences to participate in these discourses through material engagements, digital provocations, performance, and writing.Website
Stephanie Cobb (b. 1992, Bowling Green, Kentucky) received her M.F.A in studio art at LSU College of Art + Design and her B.F.A. in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design. She has focused her professional experience in museums, nonprofit organizations, and teaching experience in the art and science fields. Website
CeCi Cole McInturff
Artist Ceci Cole McInturff works in writing, sculpture, hand-formed paper, narrative installation, and book objects. She holds an MFA in Art and Visual Technology from George Mason University, studied two years in the MA/Art and the Book program of the Corcoran College of Art+Design, is a former executive with the CBS Television Network, and the mother of two sons.
Chris Combs's artworks respond to pressing themes of surveillance, artificial intelligence, and algorithmic failure—and to the viewer, using facial recognition and motion sensing. Chris Combs's sculptures address changes in our built technology environment—changes which often occur before we understand their implications. His artwork makes these macro-scale changes tangible, letting us consider them anew.
Elizabeth Curren is a book artist, watercolor painter, writer and teacher with degrees in literature from Boston College and in art from the Corcoran College of Art + Design; she received her MA from the Corcoran’s Art and the Book Program in 2013.
"Kendra Lee (b. 1987) is known as Kay Lee. She is a muralist, illustrator, and a visual artist. She learns through experiences and trying different approaches to her artwork. She enjoys creating paintings using thick acrylic paints with palette knives and visible brush strokes. A lot of her inspiration is driven from her connection to family and her fascination with animals. The passion behind her work allows her to create appealing and yet emotional pieces. Kay Lee has always been told, she has a story worth sharing, and her artwork is her way of doing that with the world. "
Liz Lescault is an accomplished ceramic artist known for her distinctive vessel forms and her mastery of fiery red and luscious tangerine glazes. Her work has evolved from organic vessel forms into purer sculptural shapes. Her sculptures continue to reflect her mastery and exploration of sensual form in a complex and naturalistic realm and dare the viewer to recognize where their inspiration originated.
Sculptress and Art activist Kirsty Little strives to find honest organic movement in both spheres. Formerly a Circus Aerialist based in the UK for two decades, a sudden move to USA in 2011 left her finding her way into the art world and changing her style of creativity. Her artwork is inspired by motherhood, womankind, and raising the profile of the struggling environment.
Shelley Lowenstein (aka mosklow) is a keen observer of people and places. She has a passion for capturing moments. She focuses on gesture, and delights in exploring the relationships between her figures, how they look, how they stand. Using the interplay of light and shadow, she paints scenes that hit the pause button on the hustle of everyday life.
Becky McFall is a DC artist who specializes in Portraiture, Mixed Media, Mobiles, and Biology-Inspired Art. Her work often uses natural and recycled materials. She challenges herself to work outside her comfort zone, experimenting with combining materials as well as exploring three-dimensional space. She aims for her art to be thought provoking, especially as she delves into the unseen wonders within the natural world, working from microscopic photography and biology texts.
Gloria Vasquez has realized many of her life goals by utilizing resources at her disposal in unexpected ways. Texan, Catholic, Mexican, matriarchal and mathematical are a few of the influences that define her character.
David Mordini is co-founder and director of Otis Street Arts Project. He creates social commentary through object-based installation art. The artist is inspired by punk, dark humor, camp and posthumanism.