Marguerite Van Cook

Marguerite Van Cook toured with The Clash with her punk band The Innocents, then came to NYC where she opened the noted installation gallery Ground Zero. Her own work is in many public collections, including MOMA, the Whitney Museum and Harvard. She won the Van Rensselear poetry prize while at Columbia University, where she was […]

Brittany M. Powell

Brittany Moira Powell was born in Naples, Italy. Since then, she has lived in many parts of the country, including New Orleans and the Washington, DC area, thanks to her military father and accommodating mother. She moved to the San Francisco Bay Area to study photography at California College of the Arts, and graduated in […]

Abdul Mazid

Abdul Mazid is an American artist based in Los Angeles, California. Working across a wide range of media, Mazid incorporates – sculpture, drawing, video, installation, and painting –to explore the underlying complexities of identity and intersectionality as determined by micro and macro economic systems. A first generation American of Syrian and Mexican decent, Mazid draws […]

James Romberger

James Romberger is a fine artist and  cartoonist who lives and works in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. In the mid-1980s, he was co-founder of the seminal East Village installation gallery Ground Zero. Romberger’s pastel drawings are in many private and public collections  including the Metropolitan Museum of Art.   “Post  York”, his multimedia graphic novel/flexidisc collaboration […]

Margaret Crimmins

Margaret Crimmins is a NYC based sound designer/editor working primarily in historical, social and political documentaries.  Some of the films she has worked on include; This is Home-A Refugee Story, Letters from Baghdad, Hot Girls Wanted, How to Dance in Ohio,  Into the Amazon, Back on Board, American promise, The New Black, Soul Food Junkies, Semper […]

Refik Anadol

Born in Istanbul in 1985, Refik Anadol lives and works in Los Angeles. He holds an MFA degree from the UCLA Department of Design Media Arts, as well an MFA in Visual Communication Design from Istanbul Bilgi University. He is a media artist and director working in the fields of live audio/visual performance and immersive […]

Alice Dalton Brown

Alice Dalton Brown was raised in Ithaca, New York, studied at L’Académie Julien, Paris; Cornell University, New York; and received a BA degree from Oberlin College, Ohio. She has had over twenty solo exhibitions in New York City, in addition to several nationally and internationally. In 2018, February – April, The Butler Institute of American […]

Odili Donald Odita

Odili Donald Odita is an abstract painter whose work explores color both in the figurative historical context and in the sociopolitical sense. In recent years, Odita has been commissioned to paint several large-scale wall installations including The United States Mission to the United Nations in New York (2011), the Savannah College of Art and Design […]

Emily Schuck

Emily Schuck is an editor-in-chief of Foothill Poetry. She is a PhD student in English at Claremont Graduate University and teaches writing at University of La Verne.   Directed by students at Claremont Graduate University, Foothill Poetry is an annual print and online poetry journal that features the work of poets enrolled in graduate programs around […]

Molly Zuckerman Hartung

I grew up in Olympia, Washington, attending punk shows and making fanzines since high school. My community was activist, engaged, and mostly working and lower middle class. Only after I moved away for the last time, at age 30, to attend graduate school in Chicago, did I begin to comprehend the utopian dimensions of Riot […]