Libby Rowe holds a Master of Fine Arts from Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Northern Iowa. Rowe's work addresses issues of identity and belonging. Her photographic series, Dwellings, was exhibited as one of the top ten finalists in the Grand Prix FotoFestixal 2010 in Lodz, Poland. Pieces from her interdisciplinary body of work, Pink, have been exhibitied in Art Prize 2009, the 7th Feminist Research Conference in Utrecht, Netherlands, and the Pool Art Fair in Miami, Florida, Fountain Art Fair,New York City, and at OyG Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. Rowe is interested in breaking from traditional presentation strategies for photographs to engage viewers in a more interactive experience as well as the role of the photographic image in relation to other media. Rowe's photographic series, Inside/Out and the installation (sub)Division were recently exhibited together at United Photo Industries in Brooklyn New York and were exhibited with Like Panes of Glass at Morlan Gallery in Lexington, KY. Rowe is an Associate Professor of Art and Head of the Photography area at University of Texas at San Antonio.