Female / Born and live in: United States

Colette Copeland is a multi-media visual artist and cultural critic/writer whose work examines issues surrounding gender, death and contemporary culture. Over the past 8 years, her work has been exhibited in 13 solo exhibitions and 54
group exhibitions/festivals spanning 18 countries.
She teaches art and digital media at University of Texas, Richland and Collin Colleges in Dallas, Texas as well as writes for Glasstire, and Ceramics: Art and Perception magazines.

She collaborates with 100x100=900 Project to organize the RICHLAND COLLEGE exhibit at: Richland College, Multimedia Department, Dallas, Texas (it will be shown at a college in an auditorium and in a public gallery area. It will also be open to the public for viewing)

The exhibit going on from 2013-04-15 to 2013-04-19, as described below:

April 15-19, 2013
Hours--it will be shown ongoing throughout the day--9-9pm and also in 30 minute increments before our scheduled lectures on 4/8, 4/17, 4/18, 4/19
It is part of the digital media festival called Hybrid Culture, Hybrid World.

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