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New Co-Curatorial Directors, Katelyn Greenberg and Mitch Meyers

983864_10155271037875385_589177124950358606_nKatelyn Greenberg born in Alton, IL. She received a Bachelor of Arts from Illinois College in Jacksonville, IL in 2014 and is currently pursing her Master of Fines Art in Sculpture at Indiana University’s Bloomington campus.

Katelyn’s work has a lot in common with traditional fairytales. They deal with archetypes and involve traditional roles of the good, the bad and the kind helper. These memories of make believe have animals, people and monsters as characters. Strange and magical things happen in these tales; animals speak, trees walk and humans fly. Like in traditional tales these have some shocking and gruesome elements.


“Brother” Mitch Myers was born and raised in the city of Bloomington, he has known no other home except for the one where his heart is. “I really like animals and good music”, he says. This is his last semester as a BFA candidate. When he graduates in the fall he plans to move to Portland, Oregon where he will obtain his pilot’s license and fly hot air balloons while working at a used bookstore on the side to cover the steep cost of his flying lessons.

New Co-Curatorial Directors, Ana Meza and Rose Harding

Ana Meza is an artist born in Barranquilla,Colombia. She received an associate degree in Design Technology from IvyTech Community College 2011 and is currently studying Interior Design and Sculpture at Indiana University in Bloomington. Common themes in her art work include immigration, social identity, political structures, and how these issues can transform a space.

RoseRose Harding was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN. She is based in Bloomington, IN and currently pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Indiana University.

Rose’s work frequently attempts to reconcile disillusionment with the physical body as a symptom of living in a patriarchal society and does so through video work, found object sculpture, and poetic gesture.

New Curatorial Director, Jessica Frelund

Announcing the new Curatorial Director for Your Art Here, Jessica Frelund!

10582950_311037695743950_6597152307518874981_oJessica Frelund was born and raised in New Mexico, traveling to Minnesota for three months out of the year. She attended the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where she received a BFA in sculpture and painting in 2005. She spent the following seven years in California, making, traveling, and working as an Art Handler for the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the University Art Gallery at the University of California San Diego, and numerous other galleries and museums. She now lives and works in Bloomington, Indiana, while pursuing a Masters of Arts in Studio Art & Theory at Drury University, in Springfield, Missouri.

Working in sculpture, video, 2D, and collaboration, she explores her unrest with normative modes of behavior. Investigating the potential of the human organism, us, generative antagonism, and the work of replacing conventional and convenient models, she writes, “Where I modeled, I must now agitate. What I think about is what I am, and somewhere in the middle is what I does.”

Running her hands along the surface of contestable models, Jessica enacts strategies associated with amateurish ethnography and sociology.


Call for Your Art Here Curatorial Committee

Your Art Here (YAH) is seeking qualified and motivated individuals for a newly-created Curatorial Committee which will be responsible for the content and programming related to the mission of YAH. Applicants should be well-versed in the history and current state of visual arts, and be experienced in creating, writing about, or curating art of a pubic, or community-based nature. Both positions are unpaid, and the terms are one-year, renewable, and begin as soon as possible.

Curatorial Director

The Curatorial Director is responsible for curating and contextualizing YAH projects with both the local community and international art world in mind. An ideal candidate would have experience creating, curating, or writing about public art. Duties are as follows:

  • Work with the Assistant Curatorial Director, artists and organizations to curate and install artworks on the three YAH billboards.
  • Develop and execute creative projects in collaboration with the Assistant Curatorial Director.
  • Write curatorial statements and press announcements to contextualize ongoing YAH projects for audiences both local and global, within and outside of the art world.
  • Maintain the Facebook and Twitter pages.
  • Develop a budget and seek funding for YAH projects through grants, donations, art auctions, retail, etc.
  • Hang billboards with assistance of the Assistant Curatorial Director and volunteers.

Assistant Curatorial Director

The Assistant Curatorial Director is responsible at the operational level for YAH projects. An ideal candidate would have various skills including knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite software, and ability to help artists lift and hang billboards. Duties:

  • Work with the Curatorial Director and artists and organizations to curate and install artworks on the three YAH billboards.
  • Develop and execute creative projects in collaboration with the Curatorial Director.
  • Use digital tools (Photoshop, etc.) to represent YAH projects in print and onscreen (the website, social media, etc.)
  • Maintain or work with a volunteer to maintain the website.
  • Assist artists and organizations in preparing images for billboards.
  • Work with artists and organizations to ensure billboards are printed and hung correctly.
  • Hang billboards with assistance of Curatorial Director and volunteers.

To Apply

Please send an email to the following addresses with the following information

  • Subject line: Curatorial Committee
  • A one-paragraph statement
  • Links to related past work
  • Resume
  • Names and contacts for three references

Owen Mundy 
Sophia Travis