Jenn CacciolaJenn Cacciola is a NYC-based artist and educator originally hailing from Port Chester, NY. Her pieces take form in tapestry, sculpture, painting, and installation—sometimes involving audio components. Isolation, aging, vulnerability, and the ways in which all of these factors affect our ability to know one another serve as just a few themes in her work. Jenn received a Bachelor of Science in Visual Arts from SUNY Purchase School of Art + Design. She has exhibited in various New York venues and has been awarded Artist-in-Residence positions at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture and Manassas National Battlefield Park. Her works can be found in the National Parks Foundation’s public collection and in private collections within the United States and Europe. She has most recently joined the governing body of Openings Artist Collective. Jenn is currently an Art Educator with the New-York Historical Society and a Teaching Artist with Wingspan Arts, providing Art programs to students throughout NYC. She has previously taught Art in Brooklyn PreK-8 private schools, and worked as a Teaching Artist for the NARS Foundation. She has also assisted in art forensic and conservation projects for collections at the Hispanic Society of America Museum, PepsiCo Sculpture Garden, and TONDO Art Forensics Lab in Budapest, Hungary.