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Danielle Julian Norton, associate professor, at Columbus College of Art & Design in Fine Arts and teaches sculpture and senior thesis. Danielle is a visual artist working in multimedia installations, as well as video, sculpture, and photography. She has received an Ohio Arts Council creativity grant and Greater Columbus Arts Council Germany exchange grant. Her residencies include Headlands Center for the Arts, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, and Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Her work has been exhibited nationally, including at Cleveland MOCA, Cynthia Reeves Gallery, and Columbus Museum of Art, and has been reviewed in the Boston Globe and Sculpture magazine. BFA in fine arts, CCAD, 1999; MFA in sculpture, University of Notre Dame, 2002.

"The Dresden residency is a chance to see other ways of artistic working, thinking, living, and reinvention of personal practice. An invaluable chance to travel and experience different cultures, make new connections, and push oneself outside of comfort zone."

Jerry Birchfield; art; photography; contemporary art; MOCA, Cleveland; Constant As The Sun;