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March 01-04, 2018

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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Melissa Borman

Melissa
Borman

SPE Member since 2012
Member Chapter: Midwest

Melissa Borman

SPE member since 2012
Untitled 1 from A Piece of Dust in the Great Sea of Matter
Archival Pigment Print

Melissa Borman

SPE member since 2012
Untitled 2 from A Piece of Dust in the Great Sea of Matter
Archival Pigment Print

Melissa Borman

SPE member since 2012
Untitled 3 from A Piece of Dust in the Great Sea of Matter
Archival Pigment Print

Melissa Borman

SPE member since 2012
Untitled 4 from A Piece of Dust in the Great Sea of Matter
Archival Pigment Print

Melissa Borman

SPE member since 2012
Untitled 5 from A Piece of Dust in the Great Sea of Matter
Archival Pigment Print

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Melissa Borman is a Minneapolis-based installation artist and photographer with a background in film studies. She has exhibited nationally and internationally at venues including the Regional Cultural Center, County Donegal, Ireland, Filter Space, Chicago, IL, Griffin Museum, Lafayette City Center, Boston, MA, University of New Orleans St. Claude Gallery, New Orleans, LA, and RedLine, Denver, CO. She is a recipient of a Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Grant and her multi-media installation What to do When Lost in the Woods was awarded the Rochester Art Center’s Emerging Artist Award.

Melissa is a fulltime faculty member in Art and Gender Studies at Century College in White Bear Lake, MN. She also team-teaches an interdisciplinary, summer program at the Burren College of Art in County Clare, Ireland. Melissa holds a BA in Art and Film Studies from the University of Nebraska and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.

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