Lecture | Wednesday, October 5th at 12pm
Location | the Depot, 814 West Broad St
BIO | Lauren Fensterstock explores the history of nature in her elaborate installations and sculptures. Her work has been the subject of major solo exhibitions at Drexel University, The John Michael Kohler Art Center, and The Bowdoin College Museum of Art; and will be the subject of an upcoming solo project at MOCA Jacksonville in 2017. Fensterstock is represented by Claire Oliver Gallery in New York.
Outside the studio, Lauren has taught, lectured, and critiqued around the country most recently at the Rhode Island School of Design. She previously served as Academic Program Director of the Interdisciplinary MFA in Studio Arts at Maine College of Art and as Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art. Her curatorial projects and published writings have been featured internationally. Lauren holds degrees from the Parsons School of Design (BFA 1997) and SUNY New Paltz (MFA 2000).