Upcoming Artists in Residence
APRIL - JUNE 2019
Alexander Hernandez is a San Francisco based artist who explores gender, immigration, and cultural assimilation. As a self-identified Queer artist coming from an immigrant background, Hernandez references those experiences through his work using needlework, DIY craft, and traditional techniques. Hernandez received his MFA in Studio Practice from the California College of the Arts and a BFA in Painting and Drawing from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design.
July - September 2019
Amber Imrie is a visual artist who uses her memories and experience growing up in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest of Arkansas to create works that reflect on her childhood. Imrie incorporates, installation, photography, soft sculpture and other fiber techniques to address themes of socio-economic class, family structures, domesticity, and the human condition. Amber received a BA in Studio Art from the University of California at Berkeley. She received her MFA from Stanford University.
OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2019
Tricia Royal is a Bay Area based printmaker, surface designer, and fiber artist. Her work attempts to honor the traditions of quiltmaking while providing a contemporary perspective through the use of traditional and improvisational piecing methods. Royal’s work was recently displayed at QuiltCon. She holds an AAS in Fashion Design from Parsons the New School for Design and a BA in Art History from the University of North Florida.