Lynne Margaret Brown
IDSVA, 2017, PhD in Philosophy of Aesthetics and Art Theory
Columbia University, MA Art and Art Education
Rutgers University - Mason Gross School of Art, BFA in Visual Art
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Lynne is an international artist currently working and living between New York City and Berlin, Germany and Venice, Italy. Raised in Queens, New York she attended the NYC public school system. As a magnet program for dance the experience at Benjamin Cardozo High School had a great impact on the future direction of her work. Lynne received a Bachelor degree in fine arts from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, a Master degree in art and art education from Teachers College Columbia University, and a Master degree in studio art through New York University, which took place in New York City, Venice, Italy and commenced in Berlin, Germany. Post-graduation she obtained a summer certificate through the MFA Program at the Transart Institute, Plymouth University, UK in Berlin, Germany. Lynne is in her final year of a PhD program in the philosophy of aesthetics and art theory at the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts based in Portland, Maine, with program locations and topological studies taking place in Tuscany, Italy, Berlin, Germany, Paris, France, Istanbul, Turkey and New York City.
She has won fellowships in the arts in New York for drawing through the National Gallery Art and Museum School, in Venice, Italy for printmaking and most recently for a film project based in Berlin through the Berlin Collective and kulturspace.
Lynne has held positions as a fine artist, art educator, professor as well as administrator and community worker. At the NYCTS Lynne creates arts based curriculum as well as video and film projects. Lynne covers all events as a photographer and videographer as well as program participant. She has taught art and art education in public schools in New York City as well as Kean College and William Paterson University located in New Jersey.
Her artwork, drawings, mixed media, sculpture, film and video has been exhibited in New York, NY, Venice, Italy, Berlin, Germany and L’Isle D’Abeau France.
After receiving her BFA, Lynne began working as the personal archivist for the New Realist artist Arman at his home and studio in Tribeca, Manhattan. Following this she became the personal assistant to the CEO for Activision games. A year later Lynne returned to school to receive permanent licensing and certification as an art teacher in New York and New Jersey. Lynne has worked as a full time art teacher in the New York City public school system and then as full time and adjunct lecturer and professor of art and art education at both Kean and William Paterson University in New Jersey.
Aside from solely focusing on creating and exhibiting her own art, she is currently employed with a small non-profit organization, NYCTS, involved in community programming within underserved and high risk areas of Brooklyn and Queens, New York. NYCTS focuses upon child/senior pedestrian and community safety programming, empowering and improving lives through the incorporation of projects in the visual arts. Lynne has completed various arts education and community art programs and projects in New York, USA, Berlin, Germany as well as Lyon/L Isle D Abeau, France (please see community projects section for videos and more information).
Observations and interactions upon space, society and politics factor into the formation of my artistic concepts. Object/subject, movement and energy, form and content relationships are of particular interest, how each informs the other to create a conversation and a meaningful salient experience.
My current art practice varies in materials and dimensions based upon concepts and ideas. Large-scale drawings, collage, sculpture, digital drawings, traditional printmaking, film and video. A mixture of techniques and materials are part of the process of creation to realize a concept. Materials span from fine art mediums to photography and video, to the use of found objects and building materials.
LYNNE MARGARET BROWN
Flushing, Queens NY 11364 USA
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Program Facilitator/Artist/Producer, NYCTS
Bayside, NY — 2008-(current)
Non-profit agency dedicated to child/pedestrian travel safety, teaching through health and arts programs.
-Administer health/child safety programs in New York City community centers, schools and hospitals. Provide administrative support to the director. Photography, videotaping live events, website development/upkeep. Create and implement curriculum in accordance with NY state standards.
Artist Residence Coordinator/Fellowship Winner
Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy – 2014
-Awarded fellowship, position of Artist in Residence Coordinator in addition to studio space and solo exhibition in printmaking.
-Managed/coordinated aspects of the visiting guest artists personal and professional needs including local travel, studio, and housing issues.
-Provided orientation sessions, organized events, lead group critiques, technical support, exhibition reviews.
-Curated and produced exhibitions.
Liaison/Artist Volunteer, CityArts
Berlin, Germany/New York, NY — 2013
Through CityArts took part in the creation of a permanent, international peace mosaic mural created by artists, volunteers and school children in Berlin, Germany.
-Encouraged/recruited local and international volunteers to take part in this community based art project. In collaboration with other artists created mosaic peace wall mural.
Program Manager/Art Educator, Free Arts NYC
New York, NY — 2006-2008
Non-profit organization providing arts and social/public safety programming to underserved and at risk youth in New York City.
-Oversaw 15 program sites encompassing 160 volunteers, 15 on-site coordinators and 15 professional facilitators.
-Developed and implemented curriculum in accordance with NY state arts standards.
-Prepared presentations and provided assessment.
-Assigned and trained volunteers, linked them with appropriate activities and opportunities. Debriefed point people on events, coordinated potential volunteers
Instructor/Advisor/Field Supervisor, William Paterson University/Kean University
Wayne, NJ/Union, NJ — 2003-2006
-Full time Instructor, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ. CISE 414, Methods in Creative Arts, graduate course, CIEE 325, Arts and Creativity. CMAT 675, Arts and Creativity, Instructor of CISE 415 Technology in the Classroom. Academic Advisor, William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ Undergraduate advisor for eighty students.
-Adjunct Instructor, Kean University, Union, NJ, Fine Arts Department, 2003-2006 FA2900, Field Experience in Multicultural Art Education Settings. Observations in the K-12, multicultural art classroom. Student Teaching Field Supervisor, Kean University, Art education field supervisor, provided site visits to NJ public schools to observe, assessed student teachers.
Art Teacher, Byram Hills / PS 133, New York City Department of Education
Armonk, NY/Brooklyn, NY — 2001-2003
Personal Assistant to CEO, Activision Inc.
New York, NY 1998-1999
Archivist, Arman Studios
Archivist to New Realist Artist Arman New York Studio
New York, NY 1996-1998
- IDSVA, Ph.D. student 2017
- Transart Institute - summer certificate,
within MFA Program 2013
- New York University, NY, MA Studio
- Columbia University, NY, MA Art / Art
- Rutgers University, NJ, BFA Fine Arts
Microsoft Windows: Word, Excel, Photoshop, SIS, Banner. Some IMovie, Some audio programs. PC and Mac literate. Teaching, Administration, Programming, Liaison, Partnerships, Art, Photographing and Videoing events, Events
Executive Assistant/Office Manager, Company X Media, New York, NY
Assisted Director with all administrative duties, scheduling travel, billing, handled deliveries.
Wenner Media, Rolling Stone Magazine, Production Department
New York, NY
Valiant Comics, New York, NY
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS / RESIDENCIES / ARTIST TALKS
*Solo Exhibition: North To South Berliner Voices, My Corner. Norden Nach Süden, Berliner Stimmen: Meine Ecke (during Berlin Art Week), Art Film/Video Exhibition
Berlin, September 16-18 2016
Dante Alighieri Society
Berlin, April 2016
Artist in Residence
Berlin, Germany, January to June 2016
National Academy Museum
Exhibition: National Academy Studio Abroad Exhibition
New York, NY, October 4th, 2015
Curator: Maurizio Pellegrin
National Academy Museum and Art School
Artist Residency and Scholarship award winner
Venice, Tuscany, Lake Cuomo, Rome, July 2015
Scuola Internazionale di Grafica
Artist in Residence
Venice, Italy, July 2015
Visual Art / Philosophy Residency
Berlin, Germany, Venice, Italy, Istanbul, Turkey, June 2015
AW Asia Gallery
New York, NY 10001 USA
Curator: Rowynn Dumont and Taliesin Thomas
Visual Art / Philosophy Residency
New York, NY, USA, January 2015
Scuola Internazionale di Grafica
*Solo Exhibition, The Republic Book X: A Critique of Judgement.
Venice, Italy, September 2014
Visual Art / Philosophy Residency
Rome, Tuscany, Italy, Paris France, June and July 2014
International Peace Mural/Mosaic
Große Hamburgerstraße 25, Berlin, Septmeber 2013
Permanent Public Exhibition
Visual Arts Residency
Supermarkt, Berlin, Germany, 2013
Winner Summer Visual Arts Studio Residency 2013
Brooklyn, NY, USA, May 2013 – August 2013
Berlin, Germany, August 2012
Curator: David Darts
Exhibition: Art Takes Time Square Project
New York, NY, USA
Curator: Chashama / Artists Wanted 2012
Like the Spice Gallery
Exhibition: Gallery Night, Burma Education
Williamsburg, Brooklyn 2011
Curator: Katie Drantz
Des ateliers gratuits au Centre Social David Douillet
* Solo Exhibition, New York / L’Isle D Abeau
Group Exhibition various locations, L’Isle D Abeau, France
Curator: Benn – Kitchenlab 2011
Coemeterium Campiello San Giovanni Evangelista
San Polo 2454, Venezia, Italia 2011
Curator: Maurizo Pellegrin
Rose Live Music Space
* Solo Exhibition, L. Brown
345 Grand Street, Brooklyn, NY 2011 Curator: Alawa Guerraiche
Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa - Palazzetto Tito
Dorsoduro, Venezia, Italia 2826 2010
Curator: Maurizo Pellegrin, Dr. Gianni Sirch
Various art education exhibitions, curating community and student works 2001-10
MA Senior Thesis Exhibition, Columbia University New York, NY 2001 Curator: Judith Burton, Ph.D.
BFA Senior Thesis Exhibition, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ
Curator: Judith Brodsky
bbk berlin e.V. berufsverband bildender künstler berlin, Berlin Collective, NAEA, InSEA, NYFA, NYSATA, CAA, SECAC
TRAVEL / FOREIGN LANGUAGE
2016-17, Living between Berlin, Germany and New York, NY
2014-17, PhD studies in aesthetic philosophy and art theory with topological studies taking place in in Berlin, Venice, Istanbul, New York City. National Academy arts residency, Venice, Tuscany, Lake Cuomo, Rome, Italy
2014, PhD studies in philosophy and visual arts in Tuscany,Italy 2014, Fellowship in Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy
2014,resided in Berlin, Germany for two months for art research, museum and gallery visits and work visa
2014, Traveled to Lyon, France L’Isle DAbeau
2013, Transart Institute Summer Residency, MFA/Certificate program study in Berlin, Germany 2013, Traveled to Lyon, France L’Isle DAbeau
2013, Traveled to Montpellier, France
2013, Traveled to Berlin, Germany to visit, create artwork, photo project 2013, Traveled to Lepzig, Germany to visit artists residency at Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei
2012, Studied studio art in Berlin, Germany, summer program through New York University study abroad MA Studio Artprogram. 2010 - 2012, studied studio art in Venice, Italy summer program through New York University study abroad MA Studio Art program.
Native English, conversational Spanish, some Italian, some German and French