Kevin Brophy

Kevin Brophy is a visual artist, writer, and educator interested in dialogical power structures—rhetorical, visual, and social–with a focus on everyday language and non-dominant narratives. She holds a BA in Studio Art and Creative Writing from University of South Florida, and an MFA in Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University where she was a Regina and Marlin Miller fellow. She has held residencies across the US and Europe; has been awarded grants and titles including a Frank-Ratchye Art@the Frontier microgrant, Media Arts Fellow at Kala Art Institute and an NEA Southern Constellation Fellow at Elsewhere Museum; and has exhibited at Arsenal Contemporary, Montreal; MoCA, Cleveland; CMoA and Miller ICA, Pittsburgh; Charlotte Street Foundation, Kansas City. She has held academic Artist-in-Residence positions at the University of Kansas and Penn State University. Most recently she was an Assistant Professor and Gallery Coordinator for the Freyberger Gallery at Penn State Berks.

SIGGRAPH Digital Arts Community Roles:
  • SPARKS Presenter