Detail installation view of Marginal
- Settles's collaboration with the Tonsor Evolutionary Biology Laboratory in Creative Capital's On Our Radar
May 6 2013 - Sept. 30 2013
Creative Capital is featuring Settles's project with the Tonsor Lab at University of Pittsburgh as a project to watch. The site features 316 noteworthy artists' projects from across the country that advanced to the second or third round of CC's highly competitive grant application last year. Please get in touch if you would like to support this project!
read about the project →
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- Chimera and External Factors in Six x Ate
Dec. 31 2012 - Jan. 26 2013
See two recent graphite works in this excellent exhibition featuring the artists of the Six x Ate new art dinner series curated by Casey Droege. Visit the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's 937 Gallery on Penn Ave. in downtown Pittsburgh.
read the review in Temporary →
- Artist's talks and events in Pittsburgh, Fall 2012
Sept. 27, 5:30 - Culture Club: Natural History, interactive art discussion series, Carnegie Museum of Art
Oct. 22, 6pm - SIX x ATE: space, an art dinner series curated by Casey Droege, Bar Marco
Nov. 14, 12pm - Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh
- Residency with Tonsor Evolutionary Biology Laboratory funded
April 11, 2012
My collaborative project with the Tonsor Evolutionary Biology Laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh garnered a yearlong Residency Grant with funds from The Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments. The lab and I extend our thanks and excitement for the work ahead!
read the press release →
- Assistant Curator and Essayist, for The Warhol's Factory Direct
The Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA — opening June 23, 2012
I am writing an exhibition essay and acting as Assistant Curator for The Warhol Museum's upcoming exhibition Factory Direct featuring collaborative works between national and international artists and Pittsburgh industries. It's a pleasure to be a part of this work work that naturally extends from my own interdisciplinary studio practice.
read Settles's essay in the the e-catalog →