Ginsberg Family Artist-in-Residence Program
The Ginsberg Family Artist-in-Residence Program was established in 2003 with a gift from Stuart Ginsberg’82 and his wife, Lisa, in order to bring distinguished artists to campus to teach, conduct workshops, and perform or exhibit works.
An interdisciplinary artist who examines global movement, the cultural and material legacies of colonialism and its human consequences.
Artist focused on installation and photography work and professor of art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Teacher in the Department of Contemporary Practices at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Artist whose works have been shown recently in solo gallery exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, and Copenhagen and are in private and public collections worldwide.
Artist who has participated in numerous exhibitions and was an Artist-in-Residence at Franconia Sculpture Park in St. Paul, Minn.
Widely known for her paintings of jelly doughnuts. She has had over 20 solo shows in museums and galleries on the East Coast
Artist whose work has appeared in many individual and group exhibitions at galleries and museums including Washington D.C.’s Corcoran Gallery of Art and Chicago’s Hyde Park Arts Center.
Conceptual artist who is known for creating intricately handcrafted objects that reflect his passion for music, popular culture, science, war, and American history.
Russian-born painter and performance artist and one of the founders of the Sots Art movement (soviet Pop/Conceptual art) and a pioneer of multi-stylistic post-modernism.
Comic book and public artist who teaches painting and drawing at Rice University in Houston, Texas.