Hoelscher awarded fellowship in Italy, begins writing column for ‘Burnaway’
Jason Hoelscher, Gallery Director and Assistant Professor in the Statesboro BFSDoArt, was awarded a three-week arts-writing fellowship in northern Italy during May and June of this past summer. Following the fellowship, Hoelscher attended the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts conference at Copenhagen University in Denmark, where he chaired a panel on BioArt and presented a paper on his dissertation research, titled Art as Information Ecology. In July and August, Hoelscher had a solo show of his paintings called Simplexity, with the Los Angeles-based gallery House of Wren. Hoelscher was recently invited to write for the Atlanta-based art journal BURNAWAY, “The Voice of Art in the South,” and his monthly column Theory Decoded debuted on August 1.
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