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Open your mind to one-of-a-kind, experimental, studio-based projects and artist exhibitions in the Lightbox Studio. Specifically for artists, designers, writers, and cultural producers, Lightbox Studio allows artists to exhibit works in progress, explore ideas that are in the middle stages of development, and generate dialogue with their audiences about their work, through an artist-in-residence format. Residencies in this location run on one- to three-month intervals.

Located on the main level of Arts Commons, beside the Martha Cohen Theatre.


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My practice encompasses a variety of mediums, from traditional fine art and illustration to textiles, embroidery, and traditional craft. 

I draw inspiration from a variety of sources including nature, mythology, science, and my own personal experiences as a Queer person of the Ukrainian diaspora. My work often explores themes of identity, environmentalism, the value of beauty and the intersection of art and science. I am interested in the ways in which identity relates to nature, history, and culture. 

Currently, my focus is on the Slavic folk art of pysanky. Through this medium, I am reconnecting with my cultural heritage while also using it as a means of self-exploration and personal growth. This allows me to explore the intersections of my Ukrainian diaspora identity with other parts of my identity and connect with my ancestors. 

Exhibiting Artists

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