Born in Toronto in 1965, Mike Childs received his BFA from the University of
Guelph, Canada, and an MFA from Florida State University. He is the recipient of several awards including 2006 and 2021 Pollock-Krasner Grants and a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Project Award. At 26 he received an award from FSU to live,
paint, and teach in Florence, Italy. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is represented by David Richard Gallery in New
He has had numerous solo and two person shows and maintains a studio in the south Bronx. Recent shows include The Bronx River Art Center 2021, ChaShaMa 2021, David Richard Gallery 2020, ABC No Rio 2020, Wave Hill 2019, and Robert Henry Contemporary 2018. Upcoming is Streaming at the Stand 4 Gallery in Brooklyn 2021 (co-organized with Melissa Staiger).
Cheryl Prisco is an abstract artist based in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. She was born in
Connecticut but has lived most of her adult life in the South: 16 years in Savannah, Georgia; 11 years in Boone, North Carolina.
Prisco heeded the call to create at the age of 55, after nearly losing her partner; after that incident, the reminder of mortality and transience has motivated her intensity and urgency to create. Now two years into her creative career, Prisco has participated in 15 exhibitions, honors including two artist grants, purchase prize award, best of show award and a public art commission.
Mark Mcleod is an Associate Professor of Art and Design at Middle Tennessee State University with research interests in the fallibility of memory and the use of new technology in the creation of sculptural works. Before moving to MTSU he served for 10 years as the only full time art faculty at Cleveland State Community College where he was awarded 12 grants to support both his own works of art and the self directed international artist residency Accessibility.
Having earned an MFA in Sculpture from Syracuse University, Mark’s most recent work makes use of digital and CNC technologies to create layered sculptural drawings. These works explore the error prone and ever changing nature of memory and its ability to affect how we come to
Mark currently lives near Nashville with his partner Audra-Kelly, 2 kids, and 2 puppies.
Jane Sangerman lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. She has a BFA from the University of New Mexico and an MFA from SUNY Buffalo. She has had one and two person shows in many cities, including New York City and Chicago, and has exhibited nationally and internationally.
In addition to teaching art at Ramapo College, her experience also comprises various visiting artist and guest lecture opportunities including the Parsons School of Design at The American School in Paris, The Glasgow School of Art, The University at Buffalo Anderson Gallery and The University of Northern Arizona.
Jane received Fellowships at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, The Ucross Foundation, and The Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts. In addition, she has received The Jerome Foundation Fellowship and the Illinois Painters Three Award. Her artwork is part of more than 25 public collections including the New York City Public Library and The Brooklyn Museum.
Luca Molnar (b. 1991, Budapest, Hungary) received her MFA from New York University and her BA in Studio Art from Dartmouth College. Recent exhibitions include Conceived (Fresh Squeezed 4) at the Morean Arts Center, St. Petersburg, FL; Faculty Focus at the Hand Art Center, DeLand, FL; The House Made of Sugar with A.I.R. Gallery, NADA House, Governor’s Island, NY; Night Swimming at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery, Boston, MA; and giornata at 80WSE Gallery, NY, NY.
Molnar is an Assistant
Professor of Studio Art at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. She is a painter, most days.