Allison Irene Hornak's work weaves between performative action, sculpture, and written and spoken word. She was first exposed to alternative ways of making as one of the young people part of the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum's student docent training program. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Visual Studies from Montserrat College of Art. She has worked administratively within the Department of Performing Arts at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art and for two years as the founder and director of MINE ART! Gallery. She has completed residencies with the Rocky Neck Art Colony and Hartford Art School's Nomad9 program. Allison has received funding and support for recent projects from Artspace in New Haven, CT. Currently she is a Master of Fine Arts candidate at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Awards & Recognitions
- SAIC Dean's Scholarship