1. Nicole Lavelle lives in California.
2. She works with people, place, paper, language, and landscape.
7. One of her recent projects is PLANT FAMILY.
8. Want to contact her? Try firstname.lastname@example.org
(2017) I'm working on a long, wiggly, experimental essay project about land, family, stewardship, leisure, and the wild of the woods. Look for an iteration in May 2017 in the Graduate Fellows exhibition at the Headlands Center for the Arts.
(2016) I'm a 2016-2017 Graduate Fellow at the Headlands Center for the Arts. The next public Open House is Sunday, October 16, 2016.
(2016) I'll continue my stint as Artist-in-Residence at the Prelinger Library in San Francisco through 2016.
(2016) Sarah Baugh and I will release a publication in Summer 2016 for the interstate.site project. The publication is funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, in conjunction with Epicenter.
(2011-2018) Open Engagement 2017 is in Chicago. I work annually on graphic design and creative direction for the itinerant conference on socially engaged art, with incredible design collaborators Sarah Baugh and Taryn Cowart.
(2016) I had new work in the California College of the Arts MFA Thesis Exhibition: Part 3 at Fused Space in San Francisco from March 23-April 5. I gave a performance lecture at Fused Space on Sunday, April 3. More info about this project here.
(2016) My work was included in Call to Place: The First Five Years of the Frontier Fellowship, coordinated by Epicenter at the Utah Department of Heritage and Arts' Rio Gallery in Salt Lake City. I also contributed an essay to the catalog.
(2015) I presented AUTOLAND project at High Desert Test Sites 2015 in Green River, Utah (October)
Recent Design Clients and Arts Collaborators
IDEO San Francisco, Pier 24 Photography, Open Engagement Conference, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, Intersection for the Arts, Southern Exposure, High Desert Test Sites, Epicenter, California College of the Arts, Polyculture Kombucha...