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Monday, September 28
Rachel de Cuba is an interdisciplinary artist working between traditional craft practices and digital media apparatuses. Her current body of work focuses on translation, structures, and storytelling in migratory communities.
In 2019 she was invited to create work for the New Orleans Film Festival with support from the Andy Warhol Foundation. Her curatorial practice led her to be a curator in residence for Black Vulture Projects in Paoli, Ind., focusing on contemporary art in rural spaces. In 2019 Rachel was invited to be the first artist in residence in Nashville, IN through the Grunwald Art Gallery with financial support from Indiana University Center for Rural Engagement. She is currently a member of Tiger Strikes Asteroid Greenville, the Provost Pathways Fellow in Art at Clemson University, and lives in Anderson, South Carolina.
Join Rachel for a virtual conversation to hear about her experiences as an artist and what advice she has to share.
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