Emma Craig


Emma Craig received a single subject art credential and is teaching darkroom photography and graphic design in Northern California.


Stewart Uoo


Curtains, installation detail

Stewart Uoo's exhibition Curtains opened at the 47 Canal street gallery January 16 and is on view until February 14, 2016.

"In Curtains, Stewart Uoo cannibalizes casual menswear, from sweats, fleece, fatigues and polos, in order to string up the male form as window decor. These curtains, which revisit an earlier body of work, hang on flocked plasma-cut steel finial capped hardware derived from window treatments commonly found in department store displays as well as form the decorative applique of men's trousers, embroider, ornaments from metal fencing, and design elements from contemporary painting." - Read full press release at 47 Canal

Uoo was Oxbow's OS31 (Fall 2014) Alumni Visiting Artist Lecturer. See more of his work at 47 Canal gallery.


Joe Klemens


Joe Klemens is writing poetry under the name Joseph Mulholland. His poetry as been published in Grist and other print journals. One day he hopes to publish a full-length collection of his writing.


Stewart Uoo



Stewart Uoo and Jana Euler's exhibit "Outside Inside Sensibility" organized by the curator Jay Sanders was at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York in August 2013. "Stewart Uoo and Jana Euler are emblematic of an emerging group of artists whose work interrogates how the social, technological, cultural forces at work today shape the contemporary "self." In this exhibition, Uoo's dystopic cyborg-mannequims are justaposed with Euler's mitilayered figurative painting within an environment designed by Uoo. Seen together, the works suggest new ways of thinking about comtemporary portraiture." - Whitney Museum


Amanda Profitt


Amanda Profitt is living in Santa Cruz and attending UC Santa Cruz with a major in Feminist Studies and minor in History of Art and Visual Culture. She's currently working as an education intern at The Museum of Art & History at the McPherson Center. The program works with elementary school students; setting up art and/or history projects to go along with their tour of the museum.

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