Talk with artist and educator Kyle Peets will explore ways to create community and critique dominant narratives through participation, ritual, humor, poetry and mischief.
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Kyle Peets (b. 1984, Utah) is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator who has exhibited his work nationally and abroad. He has had solo exhibitions at Platte Forum gallery (Denver, CO) the Ana Mendieta gallery (Iowa City, IA), and the Retzlaff gallery (Ashland, Or). Various group exhibitions and portfolio exchanges include Character Profile at Root Division gallery (San Francisco, CA), GET’CHA HEAD IN THE GAME at The Naughton Gallery at Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland, Art Is Our Last Hope at The Phoenix Art Museum (Phoenix, AZ), and Art Shanty on the frozen White Bear Lake (Minneapolis, MN). His video, You, was shown at the 2015 Southern Colorado Film Festival (Alamosa, CO). His work was published in the periodical SPRTS by Endless Editions (New York, NY), archived in the Watson Library Special Collections, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and MoMA, Manhattan, Artists’ Books. His poetry has been published by various literary journals such as Interrupture, NOÖ, and Stolen Island. Kyle received an artist in residence Richardson-Spica fellowship for the spring of 2017 and 2018 at Interlochen (Interlochen, MI), SIF fellowship, and Wilhelm and Jane Bodine fellowship from University of Iowa. He received his MFA in Printmaking and Sculpture from the University of Iowa as well as a graduate certificate in book arts from the Iowa Center For The Book.