Anne Labovitz is an American artist based in St. Paul, Minnesota, whose practice includes painting, drawing, and printmaking as well as experimental film and performative participatory works. Her work considers many themes often returning to the central notion of an enduring interest in people. Working within the portraiture tradition, she employs a process of layering – from multiple images and text to conceptual connections and multiple elements of physicality found in mark-making and materiality. She exhibits nationally and internationally and her work is held in numerous private and public collections.
Megan Arney Johnston is an independent curator, museum specialist, and educator who utilizes socially engaged curatorial practices. Her work centers on fundamental questions about art, its display, and mediation. Arney-Johnston is a noted specialist in social engagement, coining the term Slow Curating in 2011. She will be receiving her PhD in Museology and Curatorial Practice from the University of Ulster, Belfast, Northern Ireland. Curatorial appointments include institutions in Europe and the U.S.A, where she has produced more than 300 exhibitions over her 20-year-career. She has written dozens of exhibition catalog essays and several articles in academic journals in addition to presenting on social practice and radical museology at numerous international conferences.
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