The White Columns Curated Artist Registry is an online catalog of digital images documenting the work of artists who are not affiliated with a commercial gallery in New York City. Each submission is reviewed by our curatorial staff; in order to be considered for the registry, one must submit work digitally via this website.
Jennifer Schmidt (b. 1975) is a multi-media artist living in Brooklyn, NY, who works with print media, graphic design, and sound to create site-specific installations, video, and performances that question the role of visual iconography and repetitive actions within a given environment. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1999 and Bachelor of Arts degrees in Studio Art and Art History from the University of Delaware in 1997; and is Regular Full-time Faculty within the Print Area and Graduate Program at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Recent exhibitions and screenings include: Institute for Contemporary Art, Boston, MA, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Project Space, New York, NY, Diapason Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY, Sonic Fragments, Princeton University, NJ, International Print Center New York, NY, Volume Gallery, New York, NY, Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA, International Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany, Video Pool, Canada, and the Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA. Recent artist residencies include: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swing Space Residency on Governor's Island, NY; Gowanus Studio Space Printmaking Residency, NY; Nida Art Colony, Lithuania; Homestead AK, Alaska; Brooklyn Community Access Television/Rotunda Gallery, NY; The Banff Centre, Canada; Elsewhere Artist Collaborative, NC; The Experimental Television Center, NY; Frans Masereel Centre, Belgium; Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, VA; Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, DE; and Vermont Studio Center, VT. Jennifer Schmidt is a 2007 fellow in Printmaking/Drawing/Artists' Books from the New York Foundation for the Arts, and is a 2008 grant recipient from the Puffin Foundation.