ART SHAPE MAMMOTH
Art Shape Mammoth exhibitions are curated by our Directors, Staff, and Guest Curators.
Brooklyn-based artist Erin Gleason explores physical, psychological, cultural and mathematical space in her multidisciplinary practice, which includes installation, drawing, printmaking and photography as well as curating, writing and public art commissions. She is the Co-Founder and former Director/Curator of the Crown Heights Film Festival, the Co-Editor/Producer of the publication FIELDWORK and the Founder/Editor of Cultural Fluency, an online forum and interview series that examines the exchange between urbanism and creative practice across disciplines. She was a 2013 Lori Ledis Curatorial Fellow at BRIC, where she curated Cultural Fluency: Engagements with Contemporary Brooklyn. Erin has exhibited and curated in the US and internationally including BRIC Rotunda Gallery (New York), FiveMyles Gallery (New York), Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh with Inverleith House (Scotland), The Pier Art Center (Scotland), and Shetland Museum and Archives (Scotland). She has won commissions for a number of public artworks including the Poetry Paths Initiative in Lancaster, PA and the Arts & Theatres Trust in Scotland. Erin earned her BA in Fine Art and in Imaging Science (an individualized program combining Anthropology, Engineering, Art History and Studio Art) at the University of Pennsylvania, and her MFA from the Art, Space & Nature Programme at Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland. Erin is currently pursuing a PhD in Philosophy, Art Theory and Aesthetics at the Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts.
Anna Hultin is a wife, mother, artist and curator who lives and works in Loveland, Colorado. She graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor in Fine Arts from Colorado State University. After moving to Loveland she cofounded Gallery Nine-Seventy where she directed and curated exhibits until the birth of her son in February 2016. She is currently a working artist who exhibits locally and nationally. Her work focuses on the symbiotic relationship of destruction and rebuilding of elements in nature and man made structures.
Angela M. Mosley, M.Ed.
Chicago native, Angela M. Mosley has been establishing herself in the art and education industry as true, genuine professional. Her direct personality, coupled with an empathetic and selfless demeanor demonstrates incredible commitment to those she serves. Artist, educator, and activist are only some of the titles attributed to her professional resume.
Bringing close to 20 years of experience in the community, Angela has not only been changing the world of youth wherever she goes, she has been touching the lives of countless people and revitalizing communities one person at a time. Her recent Iowa Corridor “Let’s Chat It Up” project through the You Artistry Collaborative has received rave reviews and has even generated regional and national interest among communities such as the state of Virginia's VAFL Not Racist Love Walk and the U.S. State Department. Additionally, she has received international recognition by Armenia delegates in support of their project Promoting Social Change through the Arts.
Angela is bound to attract more fame with her current and future endeavors as she connects with others spearheading similar initiatives in support of humanity through activism and the Arts.
Sheila Rae Neal
Sheila Rae Neal is an educator, artist, holds an MFA, MA, BS, and is a Ph.D. student at the Institute for Doctoral Studies in Visual Arts. Sheila lives in the Albany, NY area. Her primary interest is in aesthetics and the philosophical investigation of experience. She has exhibited art work at the Windsor Whip Work Art Gallery, Fine Art Society of the Southern Tier, Delavan Art Gallery, University of Hartford, and SUNY Cobleskill. Her art has been published in the Press & Sun Bulletin, and The Spartan Daily.