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Visiting Artist

Anne West

Anne West is an educator, writer, and independent curator with a lifelong interest in creativity. Her research focuses on phenomenology and interpretive human studies, including poetics and mapping. With a Ph.D. in Arts and Media Studies from the University of Toronto, she is Senior Critic, Division of Graduate Studies, at Rhode Island School of Design. West is a Fellow of Syracuse University. Her interpretive projects have been featured on C.B.C. Radio, in catalogue essays for museums and galleries in Canada and the United States, in art journals, as well as through initiatives with numerous art schools, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, The Big Picture Company, and Fetzer Institute.

Visiting artist at Arts Letters & Numbers Summer Workshop 2013.

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Bryan Wilson

Bryan McGovern Wilson is an interdisciplinary artist whose projects address the themes of the time, ecology, the body, and ritual. Bryan received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2009 and is the recipient of the 2014 Borowsky Prize in Glass, has served as Artist in Residence in the Everglades through the National Parks Service and is currently a Fellow at The Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University. He lives and works in New York City.

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Rebecca Woodmass

Rebecca is the Founder of Quill Creative, and the Co-Director of the Montreal chapter of Lesbians Who Tech. She is a classical singer, full-stack, self-taught web developer and designer, writer and activist. She believes that "cultural production and self-expression can and should be used to build new alternatives to the current dominant ideologies of patriarchy, capitalism, and white supremacy." 

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Photo by Zelé Angelides

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