The Rinehart School of Sculpture regularly invites guest artists, and other professionals to give lectures and interact with students in one on one settings. Visiting guests are engaged in the program on a recurring basis. Students are able to engage with guests several times throughout their stay at Rinehart.
José Luis Blondet is Curator of Special Initiatives at LACMA, where he has organized the exhibitions Not I: Throwing Voices 1500 BCE – 2020. Blondet served as a guest curator for two exhibitions with the collections of the CAPC Museum, Bordeaux, France, REDCAT, Los Angeles, Americas Society, New York. In 2018, Blondet was selected as one of the three curators of the biennial SITElines Santa Fe, New Mexico. He previously held positions at the Dia Art Foundation, New York; Universidad Central de Venezuela; and Museum of Fine Arts, Caracas.
She lives and works in Berlin and Istanbul. In 1993, she participated in the prestigious DAAD International Artist Residency Program in Berlin. Erkmen was Arnold Bode Professor at Kassel Art Academy and taught at Frankfurt Städelschule. Among the international exhibitions Erkmen has participated in are the 2nd, 3rd and 13th Istanbul Biennial; the Turkish pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale; Manifesta 1, Shanghai, Berlin, Gwangju, Sharjah, Limerick, Scape, Sinopale and Çanakkale Biennials; and the Folkestone and Echigo Tsunami Triennials. Erkmen participated in Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017 with a project entitled On Water. In 2020, she is granted the prestigious triennial Ernst Franz Vogelmann Sculpture Award.
Senior Curator at National Gallery Singapore and Singapore Art Museum He curated artist Charles Lim’s work Sea State, representing Singapore at the 2015 Venice Biennale. He received the prestigious 2017 (DAAD) International Scholarship For Artists in Berlin, Germany. Mustafa worked with Mohammad Din Mohammad’s family to curate and catalog the artist’s works stored in their home.
Booker’s works are in more than 40 public collections and exhibited across US, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Booker was included in the 2000 Whitney Biennial and received a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2005. Recent public installation highlights include Millennium Park, Chicago (2016-2018), Garment District Alliance Broadway Plazas, New York, NY (2014), and National Museum of Women in the Arts New York Avenue Sculpture Project, Washington DC (2012).
Based in Brooklyn, he grew up in Atlanta and graduated from Harvard College. He is working on a book about the philanthropic experiment, begun in the 1960s, to integrate elite private schools of the South. Mosi Secret covered the metropolitan section of The New York Times, and was a reporter at ProPublica. His work has won national fellowships awards as New America, the Russell Sage Foundation, the Fund for Investigative Journalism, the Robert B. Silvers Foundation, the Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellowship, and MacDowell.
Artist and professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, MoMA, New York, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, 21er Haus, Vienna, MACBA, Barcelona, the Perez Art Museum, Miami, the 12th Sharjah biennial, the 8th Berlin Biennial, MuHKA, Antwerp, Tensta Konsthall, Spånga, New Museum, New York, and KW Institute of Contemporary Art, Berlin. Books include Book of Facts: A Proposition (2017), Common Elements (2015) and Thirty-three Stories about Reasonable Characters in Familiar Places (2011). She has been named a 2017 DAAD artist in residence.
His practice Barkow Leibinger, founded with his partner Regine Leibinger, is known for Trumpf Campus in Farmington, CT and in Stuttgart, the Biosphere in Potsdam and Fellows Pavilion for the American Academy in Berlin, the TRUTEC Building in Seoul and the Tour Total in Berlin among many others. The materials-based research of the firm has been featured in several exhibitions, including at the Architectural Association in London, the 2008 and 2014 Venice Architecture Biennials, the 2012 Marrakech Biennial, the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial, as well as in a solo exhibition at Berlin's Haus am Waldsee in 2020.
Asad Raza (born in Buffalo, USA) assembles coalitions of living and non-living agents in his practice. Often working on questions of dialogue and community and rejecting disciplinary boundaries, Raza conceives of art as a metabolic, active experience, in which visitors engage in playful exchanges of meaning. Using actions and processes such as soil-making, tennis, and horticulture, his projects create encounters within and beyond the exhibition setting.
Hyunjin Kim is a curator and writer, based in Seoul. She was Artistic Director of Incheon Art Platform 2021, the KADIST Lead Curator for Asia (2018-2020). She worked as the co-curator of the 7th Gwangju Biennale (2008), and Director for Arko Art Center, Seoul (2014-2015). Kim has curated Frequencies of Tradition (Incheon Art Platform, 2021 and Guangdong Times Museum, 2020),
Juan Maidagan studied medicine at the National University of Rosario Medical School (1976 – 82). He engaged in group projects focusing on biodiversity, as seasonal and interannual waterbird surveys in the Laguna Melincue, Santa Fé and behavior and demography in an urban colony of Tadarida Brasiliensis in Rosario. He has held various teaching positions and served as visiting artist at a wide range of art institutions. Juan Maidagan is one half of the art collaborative Zinny-Maidagan.
Baltimore-based independent curator Kristen Hileman spent nearly two decades working as a curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington DC and more recently as the Head of the Contemporary Department at The Baltimore Museum of Art. She also served as the inaugural Curator-in-Residence at The Delaware Contemporary from 2019 to 2021. Her monographic exhibitions have brought new attention to important female artists Anne Truitt, Maren Hassinger, and Jo Smail, and she has realized major commissions with Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley, Sarah Oppenheimer, Tomás Saraceno and others.
He earned his MFA from the Rinehart School of Sculpture at MiCA. He has been a visiting lecturer/artist at institutions such as Coppin State University and Emerson College. Beach is currently the 2021-2022 Bayard Rustin Residency Fellow in New York. He has been a fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown and Skidmore College as well as an artist-in-residence at the Women Housing Coalition in Baltimore, and Pyramid Atlantic Art Center in Silver Spring, to name a few. The middle son of three boys born in Baltimore, Maryland, his artistic focus is Black men in America.
Past guests include: , Jenny Carson, George Ciscle, Ian Bourland, Yuri Stone, Stephanie Barber (Artist in Residence Fall 2021) ,