Real Time & Space is pleased to present artist talks by our November artist in residence, Courtney Tramposh, and new RTS member, Beth Krebs.  Join us on Monday, November 16th at 7pm!

Courtney Tramposh (b. 1979) received her BFA from the University of Kansas, and her MFA from Hunter College in New York.  In 2003 she attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Design’s summer residency program in Skowhegan, ME.  And in 2007, was awarded a scholarship to further her graduate studies in Venice, Italy.  Her work has been included in exhibitions throughout the US and abroad, in spaces such as Paragraph Gallery, KS, Clementine, Debs and Co., and The Proposition galleries in NYC, the EMerge Art Fair, Washington, DC, and Red Box Studio in Beijing, China.  In 2011, Tramposh curated the exhibition “Anomalistic Urge” at Vaudeville Park, Brooklyn.  And in 2013, was invited to produce a large-scale installation for the Chashama program’s Harlem exhibition space.  Tramposh lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, and regularly works teaching children set-design and acting in conjunction with the Paper Bag Players children’s theater company in NY.

Beth Krebs’ work celebrates the earnest, heroic, and usually botched human efforts at transcendence. She explores this subject, with humor and empathy, by transforming physical spaces and by making sculptural objects and drawings. A graduate of the MFA program at Rutgers University, Beth has exhibited her work in New York and abroad, at venues including Smack Mellon, Mixed Greens, Storefront Ten Eyck, the Cue Foundation, the Elizabeth Foundation Project Space, the Bronx Museum and Real Artways. In 2012, Beth was awarded a grant to fund an installation in Germany. She is the recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA grant, and has been awarded residencies at the MacDowellColony, Jentel, the Virginia Center for Creative Arts and the Bemis Center, and will be at Willapa Bay next March. She will have her second solo show at Station Independent Projects in New York next June.

RTS Talks: Courtney Tramposh and Beth Krebs | 2015 | Uncategorized