Jill Newman

Jill New­man is a visual artist work­ing both indi­vid­u­ally and col­lab­o­ra­tively in paint­ing, draw­ing, sculp­ture and instal­la­tion. Work­ing with a focus on the his­tor­i­cal and social impli­ca­tions sym­bol­ized through archi­tec­ture, she is invested in expand­ing con­cepts of Paint­ing through the dou­bling of paint­ing as arti­fact or instal­la­tion.  She received her MFA from CalArts and her BS from the Uni­ver­sity of Wisconsin-Madison. Recent exhi­bi­tion venues include the Fel­lows of Con­tem­po­rary Art (FOCA), Los Ange­les, Dumbo Art Cen­ter (DAC), NY, POST, Los Ange­les, Side Street Projects, Pasadena, and Kristi Engle Gallery, Los Ange­les. New­man was awarded a seven-week artist res­i­dency at The Banff Cen­tre, Canada.  She has lec­tured at insti­tu­tions such as Wood­bury Uni­ver­sity, Moor­park Col­lege, and UC-Riverside and mod­er­ated panel dis­cus­sion Painters Beyond Paint­ing at the Man­drake in 2011. She and artist Bari Ziper­stein recently formed Sur­vey West Col­lab­o­ra­tive, which received a grant from the City of Pasadena Depart­ment of Cul­tural Affairs for a pub­lic art instal­la­tion at Side Street Projects, Pasadena. Sur­vey West also curated Site as Sym­bol at the Fel­lows of Con­tem­po­rary Art in Los Ange­les in 2011.  New­man is cur­rently the Vis­it­ing Assis­tant Pro­fes­sor in Paint­ing and Draw­ing at the Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia, Riverside.

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