August 28, 2010

Model Homes and Habitats, A White Noise Project
 Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest

A contemporary art exhibit focused on wildlife welfare, featuring regional and national contemporary artist designed birdhouses.  “Model Homes and Habitats” will provide a genuine look at how we might better integrate and coexist with animals in the community around us.  
For my birdhouse, Migration Station, I combined artificial roses, leaves, and grass with sewer pipes to make a luxury high-rise that points to nature like a road sign while only offering potential tenets an isolated, plastic habitat.


January 2009 - December 2012

 Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books traveling exhibition arranged by Hui Chu Ying, Associate Professor, University of Akron.

July 2009 - Currently MIMB is showing at The University of Granada, Spain; Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA; South Texas College, McAllen, TX, Ohio University, Athens, OH; and the University of Akron Emily Davis Gallery.

The MIMB book is available at Blurb. My piece A Wonderful Toy is page 16.

A Shoebox Exhibit for Libraries On a Shoestring, Booktryst Blog, July 10, 2010

Hsueh-Ching Lin & You-Hai Chung, Monumental Ideas in Miniature Books catalog, published by the National Taiwan University of Arts, September, 2010


July 9-11, 2010

 Forecastle organizers have commissioned three artists to create pieces for Waterfront Park in Louisville, Kentucky.  “The goal of Forecastle is to establish a cultural entertainment medium ~ Music.Art.Activism® ~ equally showcased in a scenic, outdoor environment. Merging entertainment with education, Forecastle unites the creative and activism communities of the Midwest, while building a new festival model in the United States.”

Elizabeth Kramer, Forecastle Fest Announces Artists to Create New Works, National Public Radio WFPL, Louisville, Kentucky, February 18, 2010, 4:00 pm. WFPL 2010.pdf


June 12, 2010
 Trashed, Curated by Craig Platt, Art Blogger @ Art Bystander

“Trashed seeks to answer the age-old question, what makes it art? We have reached out to artists across the United States and even up into Canada and found a collection of savvy painters, thinkers and craftsman who have happily handed over their trash to us...”