Art Juror: Maddy Rosenberg
artist, curator, owner/director of
Central Booking gallery,
Brooklyn [DUMBO], NYC
Maddy is an American artist who divides her time between Brooklyn and Europe. She has an active exhibition and freelance curatorial career and in 2009 opened Central Booking. She received a BFA from Cornell University and her MFA from Bard College. Her artwork includes oil painting, drawing, printmaking, installation, and artist books. She taught at Marymount Manhattan College and also at the Manhattan Graphics Center for more than ten years. Her profile appears in Who’s Who in American Women, 2000 Artists and Designers of the Twentieth Century, and the Dictionary of National Biography. Articles and reviews have been included in: Printmaking Today, Art and Métiers du Livre, Artists Books Reviews, Haberarts, Umbrella, Art Review, Arlis UK, NYArts International Edition, Salzburger Nachrichten, and New York Magazine, as well as on BBC Radio Bristol, England.
Science Juror: Patrick Hamilton
Director, Environmental Sciences and
at the Science Museum of Minnesota
In his quarter-century with the museum, Pat has developed numerous environmental exhibits and projects. These include Water: H2O = Life, a 7,000 square-foot traveling exhibit; Big Back Yard, the museum's 1.75-acre outdoor science park; and Science House, the solar-powered, zero-emissions building in the Big Back Yard that serves as the headquarters for the museum's Teacher Resource Center. His other projects include the Mississippi River Web Museum Consortium; the Mississippi River Gallery; Watershed Science; The Three Rivers Initiative; Wind Power; Green Street; the Environmental Exhibits Collaborative; H2O Minnesota; and the River Eye Boat Program.
Pat is currently heading up the Future Earth Initiative, an NSF-supported set of exhibits and programs that explores the implications of human impact on the Earth. He is also a PI with the National Center for Earth-Surface Dynamics and a fellow of the University of Minnesota's Institute of the Environment.
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