Dianne Hebbert

BRAC Teaching Artist, Print Making, New Education Manager, March 2020

Dianne Hebbert is a Washington Heights based artist and curator. She works primarily in painting, printmaking and installation art. As a Miami native she attended New World School of the Arts before she earned her BFA in Painting and Drawing from Purchase College and her MFA in Printmaking from Brooklyn College. Hebbert is a recipient of the Vermont Studio Center Fellowship and residency, she was selected as a Smack Mellon Hot Pick Artist in 2017 and an Emerging Leader of New York Arts 2016-2017 Fellow. In 2016 she had a solo show at Thomas Hunter Projects, Hunter College, New York. Hebbert has completed residencies at Trestle Art Space, Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts and is currently a Chashama Space to Connect artist. In the fall of 2019 she created an installation at Fordham Plaza in the Bronx for the Department of Transportation and Chashama. 

Hebbert has independently curated exhibitions with a focus on diversity since 2011. She has curated for small galleries in Bushwick Brooklyn, for the Virginia Center for Latin American Art, The College of New Rochelle Mooney Gallery, and most recently for Chashama’s Space to Connect Program. 

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Why I Teach:

As an educator I hope to nurture my students individual gifts and welcome their investigation of their understanding of the text at hand. Art is an excellent way to play and generate new ideas. My job as an instructor is to observe their natural interest and share resources that expand their way of thinking about that topic. I enjoy helping students better understand how they interpret what they see and being able to think critically about material, cultural references and form.  

Teaching virtually has been a new challenge for me. I teach printmaking, an art form normally done in a shop. I learned so much in a short time period. I was reminded what I love about printmaking and speci?cally lithography. Everyone should try kitchen lithography, chemistry is so cool!  


Por Amor, 2020, 15” x 17” in. Gold leaf and flashe paint on plexi


My Protection, 2019, 27 x 33 in. Flashe paint on Mylar

 

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Bronx River Art Center
1087 E. Tremont Ave., Bronx, NY 10460
T (718) 589-5819
info@bronxriverart.org

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Saturday: 12 - 5 PM
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