EVA MANTELL studio@evamantell.com

EDUCATION
MFA, School of Visual Arts, NYC; BA, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, magna cum laude

SELECTED ART EXHIBITIONS
2018: WRECKstasy, curated by Janna Dyk, Soho20 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Ark/Hive, curated by Martha Willette Lewis, Institute Library of New Haven, CT; Distraction, curated by Jody Erdman, Anne Reid Art Gallery, Princeton Day School, NJ; Temperature Change, curated by Rachel Vera Steinberg, Soho20, Brooklyn, NY
2017: Animal Architects, curated by Donna Payton, Monmouth Museum, NJ; Natura Mathematica, curated by Maddy Rosenberg, Central Booking, NYC; New Works curated by Diana Weymar, NRG, Princeton, NJ
2016: Overflow 2, Paul Mellon Art Center, Choate Rosemary Hall, CT; The Politics of Water, curated by Kate Somers, Bernstein Gallery, Princeton University
2014: Overflow 1, Mt. Airy Contemporary, Philadelphia, PA
2013: Paper Work, curated by Gabriel Romeu and Elise Mannella, Ellarslie Museum, Trenton, NJ; Rock Paper Scissors, curated by Kelly Baum, West Windsor Arts Center, NJ; Wild Designs, curated by Donna Payton, D&R Greenway, Princeton, NJ
2012: The Peekskill Project, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY
2011: float and jumble, curated by Mari D’Alessandro, Visual Arts Center, Summit, NJ; Humble Beginnings, curated by Mary Birmingham, Arts Council of the Morris Area, NJ; An Exchange with Sol Lewitt, curated by Regine Basha, Mass MOCA, North Adams, MA
2010: Fictional Fabric, curated by Ashley Atkins, Johnson and Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ h.w.w. (hi walt whitman), curated by Maria Evans, Arts Council of Princeton, NJ; Cut It Up, curated by Virginia Walsh, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY; Video Projection for Heidi Latsky’s Gimp, ICA Boston, Dublin Dance Festival, Everyman Playhouse, Liverpool, England

TEACHING
2018 – Present: Part-Time Lecturer, Creativity House at Douglass College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
2018 – Present: Instructor, Art As Wellness, Arts Council of Princeton, NJ
2018 to Present: Instructor, The Open Studio, with Eden Autism and West Windsor Art Center, NJ
2014 to 2016: Outreach Program Manager, developer and manager of Arts and Health and Community Education Programming, Arts Council of Princeton, NJ
2010 to 2016: Artist-in-Residence, East Mountain School, Skillman, NJ
2003 to 2016: Lead Artist and Program Manager for ArtsXchange, with Homefront of NJ and McCarter Theatre: Art For Caregivers and Creative Aging at multiple sites including Princeton Hospital, Greenwood House, Brandywine and Stonebridge
2008 to 2010: Lead Artist, Departures, series of curated conversations and tours to artists’ studios, galleries and museums. Arts Council of Princeton, NJ

PUBLICATIONS
2018: Hi Donald, How Are You Doing? slate.com; 2017: Pages from the Frozen Sea, ArtistsAndClimateChange.com; cover image, US 1 Poets Cooperative, Princeton NJ; 2016: Start Fresh catalog, Arts Council of Princeton, NJ; Friday Portfolio Series, School of Visual Arts, NYC; 2014: Designing and Delivering Arts Programs for Older Adult Learners, National Center for Creative Aging Textbook; 2010: Creative Sparks, ArtistOrganizedArt.org; 2008: Puppets, Mortality, Humor and Suffering, ArtistOrganizedArt.org

LECTURES/ LEADERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2018: Artists As Teachers, Arts Council of Princeton, NJ; 2016: The Arts for Healing and the Creative Arts Therapies, Montclair State College, NJ; 2015: The Healing Science of Art, Carrier Clinic, Skillman, NJ; 2014: National Leadership Exchange, Nat’l Center for Creative Aging, Washington, DC; 2013: Art for Caregivers, Alliance for Arts and Healthcare NJ; 2012: From Milk to Mascara, West Windsor Art Center, NJ; 2011: Professional Development Series, Visual Arts Center of NJ; 2008: Art and Literacy, Teachers as Scholars Program at Princeton University; History and Theory of Metavisuality in the Arts, Southeastern College Art Conference, Nashville TN; 2006: Fictive Art, College Art Association, NY, NY

CURATING
2017 to 2019: Pages from the Frozen Sea, with co-curator, Sarah Stengle, including Art Shanties, Minneapolis, MN; Institute Library, New Haven, CT and more; 2016: Start Fresh, with artists Polly Apfelbaum, Lindsay Feuer, Natalie Jeremijenko, Susan Hockaday, Melissa Marks, Scott Wright and the works of over 80 participants from Arts and Health programs, Taplin Gallery, Arts Council of Princeton, NJ; 2015: Windows of the Future, Carrier Clinic, Belle Mead, NJ; 2006 to 2014: Words With Friends, Out of the Ordinary, The Art of the Book, Art and Games, Lost and Found, Birds of Freedom, Recycle-eez, Artswalk, City Sidewalks at the Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton Day School, Princeton University, the D and R Greenway Land Trust

COLLECTIONS
Zimmerli Museum; Book Collections at Walker Art Center, Yale, Brown, Cleveland Art Institute, University of Delaware, Museum of Modern Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art; private collections

RESIDENCIES/GRANTS
2011: Residency, Joya: Arte e Ecologia, Cortijada Los Gazquez, Spain; 2007: Print Fellow, Brodsky Center for Innovative Print and Paper, Rutgers; 2005: Catherine M. Kapoor Artist-in-Residence Award, Arts Council of Princeton, NJ; 1996: Women’s Studio Workshop Production Grant, Rosendale, NY