DiCaprio's work in jewelry and sculpture combines traditional metalsmithing with wood carving techniques.
Matt Bollinger is a painter currently living and working in Brooklyn, New York.
Mark Dion’s spectacular and often fantastical curiosity cabinets, modeled on Wunderkammen of the 16th Century, exalt atypical orderings of objects and specimens.
From Kalpakjan's early sculpture and installations through his seminal computer generated images and videos, he has consistently addressed issues of technology, surveillance, architecture, and social control.
Clark's work has been exhibited in over 300 museums and galleries in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas.
Hatch’s craft is finely honed, her designs are whimsically literal, and her art is pop-culturally on-point.
Besant's recent projects include The 2015 Cerveira International Sculpture Biennial in Portugal, solo exhibitions for Nuit Blanche in Paris, and a feature exhibition for The Edinburgh International Art Festival Scotland 2015.
Rose is a Senior Designer at IDEO.org, she explores and identifies opportunities for empathy and responds to them through the design of products, services, and experiences.
Patrick Nagatani is a professor emeritus in the Department of Art and Art History at the University of New Mexico.
Allison Smith has exhibited her work nationally and internationally since 1995. She has produced over 25 solo exhibitions, installations, performances, and artist-led participatory projects.