Associate Professor of Art
As a conceptual artist with a longstanding interest in edges, borders, and topographical extremes, Jacinda Russell has examined the impacts of human-accelerated climate change in the polar regions since 2017. She works primarily in the mediums of photography, sculpture, installation, and bookmaking. Her artwork has been exhibited at numerous locations nationally and internationally including the southernmost place on earth, the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station. In 2019 and 2022, she was awarded the DeHaan Artist of Distinction Award through the Arts Council of Indianapolis. Born in Idaho, she received her BFA from Boise State University in Studio Art and her MFA from the University of Arizona.
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