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Bronwyn Roe is a painter and video artist. Her work has been featured in the Tribeca Cinemas 2008 New York Arab & South Asian Film Festival, the 400th Anniversary of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences at the Vatican, the Pollock Krasner House, and the Montauk Lighthouse. She lives and works in NYC.


Exhibitions:


2017, Group Exhibition, Inside Voice, Transformation, Gallery MC, New York, NY

2014, Panel Presentation, Here is No Insects, Pollock-Krasner House, East Hampton, NY
- Collaborative experimental video project was presented by Maria Maciak at the Pollock-Krasner House alongside the work of Laurie Anderson as part of the “Unmasking the Muse: Inspiration in the Arts” Panel

2014, Group Exhibition, Head in Hand, Ross Art Gallery, East Hampton, NY

2010, Video Installation, Coffee Time, Whitewash Studio, Amagansett, NY

2008, Video Screening, Departed for Damascus, Tribeca Cinemas 2008 New York Arab & South Asian Film Festival, NY

2005, Video Installation, Jacob’s Ladder, Montauk Lighthouse, NY

2003, Video Screening, Butterflies of the Soul, Vatican, Vatican City, Rome, Italy

Residencies:

August, 2019, Edward F. Albee Foundation Residency, Montauk, NY

Professional Experience:


2014-2019, Producer of Art and Artifacts Education for Ross Learning Systems, Ross Institute, New York, NY

Education:

2022, MA in Art History, Hunter College, New York, NY