Liz Atzberger was born in Columbus, Ohio and received her MFA from the Tyler School of Art. She has exhibited in many locations throughout the United States and abroad. She is currently a full time Instructor in the Art Department at Florida Atlantic University and lives in South Florida and Brooklyn.
David Friedman has shown in galleries and alternative spaces in the U.S. and abroad, including P.S. 122, Dieu Donne, the Angel Orensanz Center, the DUMBO Art Center. He is pursuing an MFA at Brooklyn College (Spring 2010), while heading up the art department at a high school in the Bronx.
New York native Jason Kass recently returned from Florence, Italy where he had the opportunity to study true Italian Fresco technique. In 2003, he received a dual-degree BA/BFA from Tufts University and the Museum School, and plans to return to Europe in the fall to pursue a Masters in Research in Creative Practice. Kass also worked for several years in the creative and production end of New York's advertising industry.
Emilie Selden attained her MFA in 2009 from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia during which she received a Travel Fellowship from Royal College of Art in London. Selected group shows include "Where There's Smoke, There's Smoke" Michael Steinberg Gallery, NY, “Broadside Battle” Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA and “Self–Portraits Juried Exhibition” Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey, MI.
Lauren Smith received her B.A. in Visual Arts from Ramapo College of New Jersey in May 2008 with concentrations in Art History and Drawing & Painting. Since graduating she has been incorporating into her work over two years experience in historic preservation architecture. Smith lives and works in Pennington, NJ. She was a 2009 Resident Fellow at Edenfred, in Madison, Wisconsin and an upcoming Artist in Residence at the Vermont Studio Center.
Yea Jin Song is a Korean artist living and working in United States. She is graduating in May 2010 with her MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. She was nominated for Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant in 2010 and received a Hoffberger Fellowship. Selected exhibitions include a show in Venice and an art festival in Florence, Italy juried by Celeste Prize, Irvine Contemporary, DC, and Baltimore Washington International Airport.