2018 SEASON ARTISTS
Meet Our 2018 Season Artists
Matthew Williams is a performance artist and writer from Baltimore, MD. His work engages masculinity, intimacy, solitude, and the visceral experiences of being in the body. His writing can be found in Potluck Magazine, Witchcraft Magazine, Hyrsteria Zine, and his self published project: "It Was Only Romantic In Retrospect". As a performer he has worked with Baltimore based groups such as The Move Move Collaborative, Alex D’Agostino/Noelle Tolbert, and Laure Drogoul. His solo work has been featured at the Transmodern Festival and LabBodies
Noa Heyne and Guests
Noa Heyne is an interdisciplinary artist, working primarily in interactive sculpture and animation. Heyne has studied in Jerusalem in the Master Class of painter Israel Hershberg, and in New York in the New York Studio School. She earned her MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in 2017. Heyne has won a number of awards, including the LCU Foundation Award, the MICA LAB award, the Amalie Rosthschild Award and the Leslie King Hammond Award. Her work has been shown in Israel and the U.S, and is in private collections in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, London, Baltimore and New York. She currently lives in Baltimore and teaches at MICA.
Sidney Pink is an intermedia artist focused on dance, drawing, and sound. Pink lived in Japan between 2004-2008. His early work was influenced by manga, Japanese film. Pink is the Co-founder of AKIMBO, a festival of site-specific dance and movement art in Baltimore, MD. Pink has studied dance with Ryuzo Fukuhara, Liz Lerman, Naoko Maeshiba, and performed in two dance films by Susan & John Mann. Pink has exhibited and/or performed in New York, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Amsterdam, Tokyo, and Berlin. His work has appeared in various publications including Fine Line Magazine, Japan's Artcollector, and the New York Times Magazine. Sidney Pink lives and works in Baltimore, MD. He teaches drawing, arts entrepreneurship, and creativity at Towson University.
Sarah Smith is a dance artist and interdisciplinary educator with an affinity for collaborative creative processes and a fascination with the intersection between mathematics and choreography. Sarah has studied dance at Goucher College and UMBC and earned a MFA in Dance from The George Washington University in 2015.
Tolbert D’Agostino Dance is a collaboration between Baltimore based artists Noelle Tolbert and Alexander D’Agostino. Noelle and Alex have been working together since 2012 creating, investigating, establishing a language movement that oscillates from dance,performance art, and raw movement. . They have presented their work in Baltimore, NYC, Pittsburgh and beyond. They have been featured in the Transmodern Festival, Artscape, Labbodies Borders/Barricades/Boundaries: Performance art review , been commissioned for the Baltimore Museum of Art 100 year anniversary Gala, and most recently at the Brooklyn International Performance Art Festival in July of 2017.