Through the C3 Visiting Artists Program, the Center for Creative Connections invites local and regional artists from a variety of disciplines to participate in the development and facilitation of educational programs and spaces offered at the Dallas Museum of Art.
xtine burrough makes participatory projects for networked publics. Her recent projects recover feminist texts through mediation and reimagine virtual crowd workers as bodies with agency. xtine is an associate professor in the School of Arts, Technology, and Emerging Communication at the University of Texas at Dallas.
xtine burrough will be hosting an artist talk and drop-in activity related to her Mechanical Olympics project at the August Late Night.
A. Kendra Greene
A. Kendra Greene hung up her white gloves at the Museum of Contemporary Photography to earn an MFA from the University of Iowa—and she has been writing about shipwrecks, exploding negatives, and stolen woodpeckers ever since. She lives in Dallas, where she is finishing an essay collection about museum collections. Currently, Greene is expanding on the Common Thread: Selections of women's wisdom, guidance, counsel, advice, experience, notions, revelations, hard truths, and plain facts booklets based on visitor responses to Starry Crown by John Biggers at the Dallas Museum of Art.
Learn more about Greene's work with the Center for Creative Connections.