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Naomi Binzen

10/27/16

Naomi Binzen is living in Willams, Oregon working in organic farming and sustainable living. She still loves photography. She donated and sold a number of images last spring at a benefit for the Legal Defense Fund supporting the ban on GMO seeds in Josephine County where Williams is based.

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Ramona Magsaysay

06/21/16

Ramona Magsaysay has a BFA in Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design and is working in New York focusing on fashion illustration and production assistance work. She most recently was a production/staffing coordinator for the MET Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She also works on some similar fashion assistance work with a few magazines for Vogue and other publications. She is still painting and active in her artistic practice and has shown in a few small galleries in Brooklyn. See Ramona's fashion illustration and current work.

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Marshall Hendrickson

04/19/16

Marshall Henrickson graduated from Vassar and then worked for the Anchor Brewing Company in San Francisco for a few months, continuing his budding interest in craft beer. He then traveled to Bogota, Columbia to learn Spanish and explore the country. He began work at a premiere craft brewery there then the company moved him to Panama where he became a head brewer. He completed an apprenticeship under the craft beer veteran Brad Kraus as well as a 6-month intensive chemistry, microbiology and practical engineering course with the American Brewers Guild to master the theoretical components of beer making. He recently moved to Miami to start a new brewery with friends from Columbia. More to come!

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Nora Rodriguez

03/05/15

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Tom Ungerer, Eat, 1967

Nora Rodriguez wrote the February 6th article Tomi Ungerer: All in One for the Daily Serving. The article is on Tomi Ungerer's current exhibition on view at Drawing Center in New York through March 22. The Daily Serving is an international publication for contemporary art.

"Tomi Ungerer: All in One, now on view at the Drawing Center, is a joyful retrospective of the artist's career as children's-book author, satirical cartoonist, political illustrator, and erotic artist. Sadly it's also incredibly timely. Because though Ungerer was a beloved illustrator, he was also rejected for the explicit imagery in his political and erotic work." - Nora Rodriguez

See more of Nora's work.

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Lisa Teas

03/26/14

Lisa Teas is a member of Island Artist Gallery and was instrumental in founding this artist's cooperative in her home town of Sitka, Alaska. She is busy developing her art, spending time in the wilderness of Southeast Alaska and teaches at Sitka Fine Arts Camp. The camp's mission is to build community in Alaska by providing opportunities in arts, culture and recreation in an inclusive, educational and inspirational environment. You can see her current work at www.lisateas.com.

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Nora Rodriguez

10/03/12

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Nora Rodriguez was a Visiting Artist at Cow House Studios in Ireland this summer. She lived on a working family farm, worked with young people, and made work in a unique environment. To see more of Nora’s work click on the Cowhouse link above.

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Amelia Sechman

04/06/12

Amelia Sechman graduated in May 2011 from California College of the Arts (CCA) with a degree in Photography and started working full time at Fraenkel Gallery in December 2011. For the past few years she worked at TBW Books as the Project Manager/Assistant Editor and interned at Pier 24 Photography. She has also worked as a freelance writer for the online art publication Daily Serving an international publication for contemporary art and is experimenting with curating. She curated her first show called "Are We Not Men?" at Root Division a community arts and education organization in January 2012. The show examined the failures in the relationships and dialogs between humans and computers.

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Clara Dudley

04/06/12

Clara Dudley is a volunteer and site supervisor for the Santa Cruz needle exchange program. She was inspired early on during an Oxbow presentation by Jeff Schoenberg on homeless IDUs in San Francisco and the visibility of his kind of ethnography. It is a movement close to her heart (harm reduction, needle exchange, grassroots disease prevention, drug policy reform, etc). She has been a co-speaker at the National Harm Reduction Conference and is very proud of this program....to quote her "we didn't start it but we carry it on with love." She is also the Chapter Leader for the newly formed Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) chapter at UC Santa Cruz.

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Naomi Binzen

02/29/12

Naomi Binzen graduated from Prescott College last May with a concentration in Cultural and Regional Studies. Her senior project was a series of "BMosiacs" about Monsamto done is seeds. She'll spend three months this summer interning and doing leadership training on an organic fam in Patagonia, Arizona.

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Naomi Binzen

09/14/11

Naomi Binzen - Graduated from Prescott College with a degree in Cultural and Regional Studies and a minor in Arts and Letters. She is currently gardening and exploring all the possibilities life holds.

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