Uncommon Artist Residency Talk with Colleen McCubbin Stepanic

Mar 08 | FRI | 12:00PM - 1:00PM


Painting/Drawing/Printmaking Studio, 3rd Floor

Colleen McCubbin Stepanic is an artist who was born in Newport News, Virginia and grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, Cleveland and Washington DC. Her transient childhood instilled a lifelong love of travel and exploration which heavily influences her artistic practice. She earned a BFA from the University of Dayton and an MFA from the Tyler School of Art. McCubbin Stepanic has been the recipient of many grants and awards and has successfully completed numerous artist residencies including the Joan Mitchell Center, the Millay Colony, and the Vermont Studio Center all of which were completed in 2016. She was also a Ballinglen Fellowship Artist in 2017.

McCubbin Stepanic’s work has been featured in exhibitions in New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Buffalo, and Bangor, Maine. She has been included in exhibitions at The LaGrange Art Museum (Georgia), The Susquehanna Museum of Art (Pennsylvania), The Woodmere Art Museum(Pennsylvania), and the Toledo Museum of Art (Ohio) as well as a solo exhibition at the Zillman Art Museum in Bangor, Maine. Her work has been shown repeatedly in many states including, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois, Georgia, Arizona, Tennessee, Ohio, Washington D.C. and New York. She has had 15 solo exhibitions of her work since 2003 and has participated in art projects in Budapest, Hungary and Batoufam, Cameroon.

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Each Artist In Residence will receive 1-2 weeks of complimentary accommodations at The Anvil Hotel in downtown Jackson, a cash stipend and dining credits at Glorietta Trattoria, the hotel’s onsite Italian restaurant. In exchange, we ask each artist to offer an artist talk and/or demonstration that is open to the public. Artists have access to nearby shared studio spaces for ceramics, printmaking, photography, and more at the Art Association of Jackson Hole.