Sarah Chan is a video artist from Portland, Oregon. She studied
at the University of Oregon and received a Bachelor of Fine
Arts in Digital Art in 2013. Her work has been exhibited at
the Cinema Pacific’s Fringe Festival, Pure Surface #10 in
Portland, OR, Tropical Lab 9: Island in Singapore, and will be
showing at the upcoming MUX: Asheville Video Art Festival. She
enjoys going on field trips to film omens, visual glitches, and
other strange phenomena.
Brett Thomas is a ceramic artist, sculptor and avid
traveler. While his roots lie in working class America,
increasingly his goal as a sculptor is to understand the meaning
of spirituality in the context of Western Consumerism. Much of
his artwork aims to create folklore out of the void. He also
earned undergraduate art degrees from Alfred University and the
Tyler School of Art.
Angela Willetts hails from the North of England, and has lived in
the San Francisco Bay Area for eighteen years. She received
her bachelor’s degree from Cambridge University, where she
studied English literature and education. Willetts has attended
residencies at Vermont Studio Center, The Post Contemporary, and
will be a Skowhegan Graduate Fellow in the summer of 2016. She
has also received the Robert Arneson Award, Mary Lou Osborn
Award, and a UCD & Humanities Graduate Research Award.