Spencer Byrne-Seres is an artist, designer, and arts administrator based in Gainesville, FL. He creates collaborative and socially engaged platforms that build nuance and complicate our understanding of the world around us. Sometimes he can be found teaching sculpture and foundations classes, or leading workshops on art handling, conceptual art, and social practice. These days he is often working on exhibition designs for artists and art spaces through his studio Visitor Projects. Spencer graduated from the Art and Social Practice Program at Portland State University, and until his recent move to Florida, served as the Exhibitions Director at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art. You can email him at [email protected].

Roz Crews is an artist and educator currently living in rural North Florida. She likes making art projects about specific people and places, and thinks about her practice as a service that can be activated in a variety of circumstances including but not limited to: universities and colleges, public schools, commercial and non-commercial galleries, art festivals, and bars.

In addition to multidisciplinary projects, Roz makes drawings and paintings, and has a very full archive of digital photographs documenting the lives of people around her as well as have a 2-D and 3-D archive of objects and ephemera primarily recording art events in Portland, Oregon.

Roz decided to get off social media so I could redirect my scrolling time towards long-form reading and writing; so please add her to your newsletter and sign up for hers here: [email protected]

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