Megan Abell


Megan Abell has worked for Airbnb for the last two years doing Government Relations and Community Engagement. She recently took on a new position at Airbnb as California Statewide Organizer, overseeing community affairs for the entire state.


Casey Gollan


Image courtesey of Casey and Victoria

Casey Gollan and Victoria Sobel just received the 2015-2017 Fellowship with The New School's Vera List Center for Art and Politics.

"Victoria Sobel and Casey Gollan's work grapples with incoherence, non-aspiration, and compromise in the face of entropic institutions, systems, and paradigms. During their fellowship, they will explore alternative models of student governance, transparency, and accountability, informed by their ongoing engagement around the controversial introduction of tuition at Cooper Union, their alma mater."
-- Vera List Center for Art and Politics

You can also see the announcement in the Art News article by Hannah Ghorashi.


Julia Glennon


Julia Glennon graduated with a degree in Sustainable Community Development from Prescott College in Arizona then spent a year at The New School in the food studies program. That made her want to keep learning as much as she could about food. She's worked in various food and agriculture-related jobs and started a pop-up restaurant in New Jersey. She was recruited into the graduate program at the University of Arizona and is working towards her MFA in Agricultural Education. She's also working as a research assistant for Dr. Gary Nabhan, the nature writer, food and farming activist.


Audrey Snyder



"The newly commissioned work for Left Coast, titled PROVISIONING, brings together Futurefarmers founder, Amy Franceschini (b. 1970) with Audrey Snyder and Joe Riley. Audrey Snyder first hailed to Futurefarmers in 2006 from Oxbow School in the Napa Valley of California. Audrey has woven in and out of Futurefarmers projects'Soil Kitchen, Soul Sermons and Tree University. Audrey's deep interest in food systems manifests in the palate through hyper local menus and work with small farms. Joe Riley is a sea worthy artist and activist involved in the long struggle for (truly) public education. This triad has assembled for CUNY with an aligned interest in the seafaring journey as a collective departure into the sea of the unknown."


Casey Gollan


Casey Gollan is working at the School for Poetic Computation, an artist run school in New York founded in 2013. A small group of students and faculty work closely to explore the intersections of code, design, hardware and theory - focusing especially on artistic intervention. It's a hybrid of a school, residency and research group.

A School Like No Other