Jeremy Couillard

As a visual artist Jeremy Couillard has exhibited at Zabludowicz Collection (London, U.K.), Phillips Auction House (co-commissioned by daata editions) (New York, NY), Denny Dimin Gallery (New York, NY), yours, mine & ours gallery (New York, NY), Lincoln Center (New York, NY), Louis B. James (New York, NY), Zhulong Gallery (Dallas, TX), Flux Factory (Queens, NY), and has screened his work at the New Museum and Rhizome (New York, NY), Salon 94 (New York, NY), the Brooklyn Academy of Music (Brooklyn, NY), and the Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh, PA). He received his MFA from Columbia University and his BA from Michigan State University. Couillard’s work has been featured or reviewed in Artforum, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Hyperallergic, Frieze Magazine, Art in America, VICE’s The Creators Project, The Washington Post, FAD, artnet news, ARTNews, the Huffington Post, and the Observer. Couillard’s work is in important collections including the Zabludowicz Collection. (Portrait by Willa Köerner.)

Chris Parrello

Composer and guitarist Chris Parrello has been fortunate to collaborate on his music with members of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Kneebody, Grizzly Bear, M83, Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings, Robert Glasper Experiment, Wordless Music Orchestra, Brooklyn Rider, and The Knights. Chris has been awarded grants/residencies by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, the Con Edison Exploring the Metropolis program, Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts, and the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild. He has performed at Carnegie Hall, The Kimmel Center, and The Blue Note, his music has premiered at National Sawdust, The DiMenna Center, The Bass, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and he has been commissioned to compose for MoMA and Storm King Art Center. He holds a B.M. from Oberlin Conservatory and an M.A. from the City College of New York. (Portrait by @weirdhours)

Becca Keating

Becca Keating has over a decade of experience in the media arts non-profit sector as a programmer, fundraiser and producer. She currently serves as Director of Development at Museum of the Moving Image. Previously, she held positions at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, ArtCenter College of Design, and Sundance Institute. Throughout her career she has programmed experimental media works as an independent curator with organizations such as Los Angeles Film Forum and Museum of the Moving Image in New York.

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