Meet our Artists in Residence!

Are you an artist who loves community? To learn more about the program please contact our Community + Events Manager Kate. Applications for the Winter 2019 AiR season will be open in October.



Bang Luu is a Boston based artist whose work explores the way current social and technological systems apprehend the world. She is investigating the role visual aesthetics play in the translation and understanding of new and existing algorithms for the discovery of patterns, correlations, and outliers. She holds an Bachelor of Fine Arts from College of the Holy Cross. Luu has exhibited her work at galleries and institutions throughout the northeast and nationally including Widener Gallery, Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts, and Iris & B Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts. She was also commission to showcase for the Boston Conventional & Exhibition Center for their 3,000 square feet digital display. She worked with 14x48 nonprofit organization in creating art work for a billboard in Manhattan, New York, to promote awareness for Breast Cancer. Her latest work, Malignant, is selected for Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach.


Justice McDaniel (Justice Eats Trees) is an Allston artist, musician, designer, and excitable puppy-man. He works in mixed media, incorporating elements of cartoon, primitivism, surrealism, and expressionism into paintings, drawings, 3D-printed works, proto-sculptures, and other cobbled together nonsense he insists upon making. In less than 29 human years, he has created well over 500 songs both in his family band Zanois and as part of his daily song project Groove of the Day. Justice loves cats, has several science degrees, and once drank a gallon of Tampico in a day.


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