Department of Art
Danielle Mysliwiec holds a BA from Wesleyan University and an MFA from Hunter College. Mysliwiec’s primary practice is focused on abstract painting. In addition, she co-founded the feminist performance group Brainstormers in 2005. Her solo and collaborative work has been exhibited in public spaces, galleries, and museums including The Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Bronx Museum of Art, Mixed Greens Gallery (NY), Novella Gallery (NY), Transmitter (NY), Vox Populi (PA), Baer Ridgway Exhibitions (San Francisco), Heiner Contemporary and Project 4 (Washington, DC), Rutgers University and Kent State University among others. She has received two full fellowships to the Vermont Studio Center. Her work has been reviewed and sited in publications including The Brooklyn Rail, The Washington Post, ArtNews, Art Fag Ctiy, The San Francisco Examiner, and most recently in critic Ben Davis’s new book 9.5 Theses on Art and Class. She has held teaching positions at Hunter College, The School of Visual Arts, Yale University, and San Francisco State University. She joined the faculty at American University as Assistant Professor of Painting and Drawing in the Fall of 2010.
MFA, Studio art, concentration in painting, Hunter College
BA, Studio art, concentration in painting, Wesleyan University
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