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Greer Muldowney

Adjunct Faculty

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Greer Muldowney is an artist, photography instructor and independent curator based in Boston, Massachusetts. She received an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Studio Art from Clark University, and an MFA from the Savannah College of Art and Design. She has acted as the Curator for the Desotorow Gallery in Savannah, GA and was the Regional Coordinator for the Flash Forward Festival on behalf of the Magenta Foundation. Muldowney also has served as a member of the Board for the Griffin Museum of Photography, and currently teaches at Boston College, Boston University and Lesley University College of Art and Design.

Her work has been exhibited and published nationally and internationally. She is also the recipient of the 2013 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship and a PDN 30 Photographer to watch for 2014.

Publications

2017 PDN EDU “Snapshot: Star Teacher” by Brienne Walsh Spring Issue 2017.

2015 Slate.com. “The Science-Fiction Feel of New England’s Many Turbines.” by David Rosenberg, October 26.

2015 Boston Globe. “City Kids Brush with Nature.” Review by Cate McQuaid. August 18.

2014 Printer’s Devil Review. “Urban Turbines.” Text and Interview by Joshi Radin, Spring 2014.

Exhibitions

2017 Boston City Hall, Boston, MA “Stare.”

2017 Half Kings Photography Series, New York, New York. “Urban Turbines.”

2017 Photographic Resource Center, Boston, MA. “EXPOSURE.”

2017 Photographic Center Northwest, Seattle, WA. “21st Annual Juried Exhibition.”

2017 Providence Center for Photographic Arts, Providence, RI. “Behind the Lens, Women in Photography.”

2016 Filter Photo, Chicago, IL. “Power and Politics.”

2016 Gallery Kayafas, Boston, Massachusetts. “Urban Turbines.”

2016 Gallery South, Lesley University College of Art and Design, Cambridge, MA. “6,426 per km2.”

2016 iArtColony, Rockport, MA. “ICONS.”

2015 Clark University, SchlitkKamp Gallery, Worcester, Massachusetts. “These Environments.”

2015 Emily Davis Gallery, University of Akron. Akron, Ohio. “Provincial Field Notes.”

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