Anne Foresman is the current international artist-in-residence at Popopstudios. She will be working at Popop for six weeks.
Linda Leslie Brown’s recent work incorporates a variety of practices, including sculpture, installation, painting and video/sound. Her work engages the interdependent relationships between nature, objects and human creative perception.
Pansum Cheng or ‘Pan’ will be working on various artistic creations during his one-month stay as an artist-in-residence at Popopstudios.
Marinah is studying Performance Video Art at Hampshire College.
She is part of a creative video collective in Nassau which plans to do weekly screenings of international experimental work, with the goal of creating at least one substantial piece as a group by the end of the summer.
I am conducting research about library and museum architecture in the Caribbean, first, here in Nassau and then in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.
“I’ve been designing things for a while now, since about 1996. Though my passion lays in graphic design and typography, they by no means have been my only focus. I keep myself busy with public art, exhibitions, digital arts education, arts advocacy, and volunteering around the statewide community,” said Chawne on his website.
During his residency at Popopstudios, Chawne designed a mural to help refurbish the rear entrance and working area of the gallery/studios.
Sarah Deppe was born in Dubuque, Iowa, in 1988 and raised in the much smaller town of Maquoketa, Iowa. Sarah has always had a strong passion for the arts. She has been drawing and painting nearly since birth and eventually became very interested in sculpture. She is currently getting her BFA in sculpture from the University of Northern Iowa. While at UNI, Sarah earned a One-Year Department of Art Scholarship from 2007-2008 and earned a place on the Dean’s List in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts from 2006 – 2010. Since 2007, she has exhibited the Annual Department of Art Juried Student Exhibition at the UNI Gallery.
Bettina Furnee (born in The Hague, Netherlands) has worked independently in England since 1989, developing a site specific and socially engaged art practice. Trained as a lettercutter, public artist and art historian, Bettina Furnée’s work developed through private and public commissions towards a contemporary art practice, which is rooted in notions of site and uses text, sculptural form and light.
Stefan Nitoslawski is a visual artist and a documentary filmmaker based in Montreal, Canada. He has exhibited in Europe and in Canada and his films have been shown worldwide. His interests lie in exploring issues of identity in the context of perceived realities. He works in diverse forms of digital media.