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Lynne is a creative producer, content writer/editor, academic, project administrator and project manager currently working between Berlin and New York. For over nine years she has worked for the NYCTS as a administrator, event planner, cont...
Lynne is a creative producer, content writer/editor, academic, project administrator and project manager currently working between Berlin and New York. For over nine years she has worked for the NYCTS as a administrator, event planner, content producer and teaching artist working with new immigrants, students and seniors. Lynne provides photo and video coverage for all NYCTS events as well as freelance press coverage. In January of 2016-2017 Lynne was chosen for an artists residency at Kulturspace Berlin where her project focused upon native Berliners and current political themes, concluding with a solo exhibition. In 2015 Lynne was awarded a scholarship through the National Academy Art and Museum School that took place in Lake Como, Venice, Tuscany, Umbria and Rome. In 2014 she won a fellowship from the Internazionale Scuola di Grafica in Venice working as a resident supervisor and printmaker. Following this she embarked on a doctoral degree in aesthetic philosophy studying in Rome, Venice,Tuscany, Berlin, Paris and Istanbul. In 2013 Lynne was a volunteer liaison and artist for CityArts (NY) facilitating an international peace mural at the site of the old Jewish Cemetery in Berlin. Previous positions include; program manager at Free Arts NYC (2007), lecturer, NCATE assistant, journal specialist and student advisor at William Paterson University, lecturer and field supervisor at Kean University (2003 to 2007) and New York City public school Teacher (2001-2003). Lynne has experience in post production working at Company X media and Chinagraph NY and in gaming companies as assistant to the director of Activision Games. She has been greatly influenced by her time as archivist for neo-realist artist Arman in New York city. She holds a BFA, Rutgers University, MA in art, NYU, MA in education/art, Columbia University and MPhil in Aesthetic Philosophy through IDSVA study abroad, doctoral coursework complete. Lynne has exhibited in New York, France, Italy and Germany.
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