EMILY GREENBERG

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EDUCATION

2020 (expected) The Ohio State University, MFA Creative Writing - Fiction

2014 Cornell University, BA English, summa cum laude and Phi beta kappa with distinction in all subjects. Creative writing & literature, media, and film

Cornell University, BFA Fine Arts. Digital media & print media

 

SOLO ART EXHIBITIONS AND PUBLIC INSTALLATIONS

2015 "Public Privacy Hotline," Somerville, MA. Semi-permanent public installation.

2013 "Talking Heads: a Thesis Show," Experimental Gallery, Ithaca, NY. Dec. 16 - 20.

 

GROUP ART EXHIBITIONS AND SCREENINGS

2017 "Nasty Women," Marshall Arts Center, Memphis, TN. Feb. 10 - 19.

"Nasty Women," The Knockdown Center, Queens, NY. Curators: Jessamyn Fiore & Roxanne Jackson. Jan. 12 - 15, 2017.

2016 "Social Justice: It Happens to One, It Happens to All," St. Mary's College Museum of Art, Moraga, CA. Curators: Karen Gutfreund and Sherri Cornett. Juror: Sandra Fluke. Sept. 18 - Dec. 11.

"Of the People," Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY. June 18 - Jul. 31. Curator: Erin Donnelly.

"My Nights Are More Beautiful Than Your Days," AC Institute, New York, NY. Online exhibition: April 15 - ongoing. Physical exhibition: April 29. Curator: Osman Can Yerebakan.

"I Breathe With You," Augusta Savage Gallery, Amherst, MA. March 22 - May 6.

"Open (C)all: Up for Debate," BRIC Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Feb. 4 - 28.

"Hands Up Don't Shoot - HER," Intermedia Arts, Minneapolis, MN. Curator: Roderic Southall. Jurors: Hawona Sullivan Janzen, Leola Johnson, and Jann Cather-Weaver. Jan. 28 - Apr. 16.

"What's Right, What's Left: Democracy in America," Phoenix Gallery, New York, NY. Curators: Karen Gutfreund and Sherri Cornett. Juror: Kathy Battista. Jan. 6 - 30.

2015 "I Can't Breathe," ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL. Jurors: Romi Crawford and Mary Patten. Nov. 25 - Dec. 19.

"Exercising Authority: Race and the American Legal System," Wiseman Gallery, Grants Pass, OR. Nov. 3 - Dec. 9.

"Short Shorts 2015 Video Festival: Somebody Else's Problem," Whitespace Gallery, Atlanta, GA. Curator: Rachel Reese. Aug. 13.

"Friday Night Film Series," Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY. Jan. 23.

"RESPOND," Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY. Jurors: Esteban del Valle, Molly Dillworth, Oasa DuVerney, Ira Eduardovna, Steffani Jemison, and Dread Scott. Jan. 17 - Feb. 22.

2014 "The 2014 FL3TCH3R Exhibit: Socially and Politically Engaged Art," the Reece Museum, Johnson City, TN. Juror: Elliot Earls. Oct. 15 - Dec. 3.

"Greenpoint Open Studios Group Show," Java Studios Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Oct. 3 - 12.

"Positive Negative 29: Pages," the Slocumb Galleries, Johnson City, TN. Juror: Buzz Spector. Feb. 17 - Mar. 14.

2013 "Me Trying to (Dis)appear," Olive Tjaden Gallery, Ithaca, NY. Apr. 8 - 12.

"Association, Vol. 5: Exhibition," East Sibley Hall, Ithaca, NY. Mar. 31 - Apr. 13.

"Once Removed: a collaboration of art and tech," Olive Tjaden Gallery, Ithaca, NY. Feb. 18 - 22.

2012 "Scholars: A Cornell in Rome Exhibition," Olive Tjaden Gallery, Ithaca, NY. Sept. 24 - Oct. 5.

"Cornell in Rome Final Exhibition," Palazzo Lazzaroni, Rome, Italy. May 10.

"Wi-Fi Art," Circolo Degli Artisti, Rome, Italy. Apr. 1.

2011 "The David R. Bean Prize Exhibition," Olive Tjaden Gallery, Ithaca, NY. Oct. 31 - Nov. 4.

"Distorted by Pressure," Olive Tjaden Gallery, Ithaca, NY

2010 "First Year Student Exhibition," Olive Tjaden Hall, Ithaca, NY

 

PUBLISHED CREATIVE WRITING

2017 "Shooter: Five Flashes," The Potomac, Issue 19.

"Shooter: Six Stories" Unlikely Stories.

2016 "Newton's Laws of Motion," gwgbrooklyn.com, reprint.

"Newton's Laws of Motion," A Bad Penny Review, Issue 6.2.

"Shooter," Matter: A Journal of Political Poetry and Commentary, Issue 15.

2015 "Fire," The Copperfield Review, Vol. 14, No. 4

2013 "Newton's First Law," Rainy Day Literary Magazine, Vol. XXXXI, No. 2

"Geology Lessons," Kitsch Magazine, Vol. 11, No. 2

2012 "Dirty Odds," Kitsch Magazine,Vol. 11, No. 1

"Our House Named After an English Pub," Ink Magazine, Fall 2012

"The Great Salt Lake," Ink Magazine, Fall 2012

2011 "Mistakes," Ink Magazine, Spring 2012

 

PUBLISHED CURATORIAL ESSAYS

2014 "Art Into Music," BRIC Arts exhibition catalogue (contributor)

2013 "Housewarming: Notions of Home from the Center of the Universe," BRIC Arts exhibition catalogue (co-author)

 

PUBLISHED JOURNALISM AND ART CRITICISM

2013 - 2014 ArtSlant

2014 - 2015 Greenpointers

2010 The Commercial Appeal

2009 - 2013 The Cornell Daily Sun

 

AWARDS & GRANTS

2017 Distinguished University Fellowship, The Ohio State University

2015 Phone Art Box Project Grant, The Somerville Arts Council

2014 The Distinguished Achievement Award, Department of Art, Cornell University

The M.H. Abrams Thesis Prize, Department of English, Cornell University

2012 The Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholarship, Cornell University

The Pauline and Irving Tanner Dean's Scholars Summer Project Grant, Cornell University

2011 The David R. Bean Prize in Fine Arts, Department of Art, Cornell University

2009 The Pauline and Irving Tanner Dean's Scholarship, Cornell University

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2016 Dreifus, Erika. "Meet Our Assistant Editor," figtreebooks.net. 30 Aug. 2016.

"If This Art Could Vote - Public Privacy Hotline by Emily Greenberg," huffingtonpost.com. 4 Aug. 2016.

"The Trial (Rachel Jeantel)," Social Justice: It Happens to One, It Happens to All. New York: Gutfreund Cornett Art, 2016. Print.

"Social Justice: It Happens to One, It Happens to All, Online Gallery," gutfreundcornettart.com. 2016.

"I Breathe with You: Part II," Exhibition catalogue. Umass.edu. 2016.

Gauss, Daniel. "Democracy in America?" Wall Street International. 3 Feb. 2016.

"Phoenix Gallery - What's Right, What's Left: Democracy in America," nycgalleryopenings.com. 7 Jan. 2016. Video.

"What's Right, What's Left: Democracy in America, Online Gallery," gutfreundcornettart.com.

"Metadata Hotline" and "The Trial (Benghazi)," What's Right, What's Left: Democracy in America. New York: Gutfreund Cornett Art, 2016. Print.

2015 "Public Privacy Hotline," somervilleartscouncil.org.

Gillespie, Michael. "Bear Witness: Contemporary Art and Civil Rights America," (Un)Civil Mediations: A Civil Rights and Visual Culture Symposium

Washington University in St. Louis, 24 April 2015.

2013 Aloi, Daniel. "Art, archaeology highlight student humanities research," The Cornell Chronicle, 18 April 2013.

Berkowitz, Kenny."Undergrad Emily Greenberg Finds Satisfaction and Synergy in Pursuit of Dual Degrees," AAP Newsletter, Winter 2013

"House of Cards," Association, Vol. 5 (artist project)

2012 "Art Students Win Bean Prize for Study in Rome," AAP Newsletter, Fall 2012

2011 "Three art students win Bean Prize and study in Rome," aap.cornell.edu, Dec. 7, 2011

 

PRESENTATIONS & READINGS

2017 "Local Organic Reading Series: Spring," WORD Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY. May 6, 2017.

2016 "The Loaded Canon Reading Series," Brooklyn Oenology, Brooklyn, NY. Aug. 25.

"Local Organic Reading Series: Summer," WORD Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY. Aug. 13.

2015 "Local Organic Reading Series: Summer," WORD Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY. May 21.

"Local Organic Reading Series: Spring," WORD Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY. July 25.

2014 "Teju Cole: a Twitter Introduction," Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Apr. 10. Presentation.

2013 "Trustee-Council Weekend Arts Showcase," Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. Oct. 25. (fiction reading)

"Narrative Aross Media," Undergraduate Humanities Showcase, The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca, NY. Apr. 16. Presentation.

 

EDITORIAL AND PUBLISHING EXPERIENCE

8/2017 - present, Reader, The Journal and the Charles B. Wheeler Poetry Prize, Columbus, OH

5/2016 - present, Lead Distribution Associate, Second Skin Books, Brooklyn, NY

10/2015 - 5/2017, Assistant Editor, Fig Tree Books, Bedford, NY

10/2014 - 10/2015, Editorial and Publishing Assistant, Fig Tree Books, Bedford, NY

2/2014 - 10/2015, Editorial Assistant, Routledge, New York, NY

 

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