OCAC Studio Visit – Alison McNulty
August 18 @ 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Thursday, August 18th 2022
Alison McNulty is an interdisciplinary artist and educator based in the Hudson Valley, NY. Her sculptures, interactive projects, architectural interventions, site-responsive indoor and outdoor installations, and works on paper have been shown at museums, galleries, conferences, and alternative spaces throughout the US and in Europe. Recent exhibitions include Fridman Gallery, Beacon, NY, WAAM, Woodstock, NY, a solo exhibition at BAU Gallery, Beacon, NY, and group exhibitions at the International Museum of Contemporary Sculpture, Santo Tirso, Portugal, Art Lot, Brooklyn, Samuel Dorsky Museum, SUNY New Paltz, NY, Wilderstein 5th Outdoor Sculpture Biennial, Rhinebeck, NY; Terrain Biennial Newburgh, NY, Dusklit Interactive Art Festival, Sugar Loaf, NY; and Highbrook Studios Sculpture Garden, Pelham, NY. She has attended residencies at Atlantic Center for the Arts and Stoneleaf Retreat, and created House Project, a self-made residency in an abandoned house. McNulty has taught at Whitman College, University of Florida, and Brooklyn College and currently teaches part-time at Parsons School of Design and Marist College, and serves as a member of the Services to Artists Committee of CAA. Born in Bristol, Indiana, McNulty earned her BFA from Washington University in St. Louis, and received the Alumni Fellowship from the University of Florida, where she completed her MFA.
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