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Current Residents

Lee Arnold

Lee Arnold

Lee Arnold was born in London in 1972 and lives in Brooklyn. In his work he examines systems of natural phenomena using a variety of forms, including photography, animation, collage, drawing and sound. His diverse practice engages with perceptions of time, memory, and...

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Millee tibbs

Millee tibbs

Millee Tibbs is a visual artist interested in photography’s ubiquity and the tension between its truth-value and inherent manipulation of reality. Her artistic practice is rooted in several lines of inquiry: an interest in the material properties of the photographic...

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Forest Kelley

Forest Kelley

Forest Kelley is an Assistant Professor of Photography at the University of Kentucky. He received an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.  His work aims to develop agency where it has been eroded, whether it is in depicting the early history of AIDS in...

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Juilia Rigby

Juilia Rigby

Julia Rigby is an artist who thinks about climate change and ecological relationships. She received her MFA in Studio Art at the University of California, Davis. She was a recipient of the Mary Lou Osborn Award, the Fay Nelson Award and Phi Kappa Phi honors at UC...

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Cai Emmons

Cai Emmons

Cai Emmons is the author of seven books of fiction: the novels His MOTHER’S SON (winner of the Oregon Book Award), THE STYLIST, WEATHER WOMAN, and SINKING ISLANDS, as well as the forthcoming titles UNLEASHED (Sept.6,2022) and LIVID (Sept. 27, 2022). Her collection of...

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Rebeca Douglass

Rebeca Douglass

Rebeca Douglass is a Pacific Northwest native who in thirty years as a Californian has learned to love the dry lands of the West. When she’s not hiking and adventuring, she writes: the Ninja Librarian books of tall tales for children, a series of “cozy” murder...

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Miriam Gershow

Miriam Gershow

Miriam Gershow is an author of The Local News: A Novel. She is the recipient of a Fiction Fellowship from the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing, as well as an Oregon Literary Fellowship. Her stories appear in The Georgia Review, Quarterly West, Black Warrior...

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