John Anderson

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John Anderson is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Michigan. Previously he was the program coordinator for visual communication in the Department of Art at Prince George’s Community College in Largo, MD, just outside of the D.C./Capital Beltway. He has also taught at American University, The George Washington University, George Mason University, and The Corcoran College of Art and Design. His work has exhibited throughout the United States, and has been awarded several grants from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Previously, he has written arts coverage and criticism for DCist, Washington City Paper, The Washington Times, and Art in America, among others. His primary focus for ISC will include topics on the use of technology, performance, and interaction, with keen interest on the use of digital fabrication and modeling.

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  1. Interesting article about Yuri, he gave me his studio on Conn Ave when he left DC, I exhibited him with Allan Bridge in 1971 in the same space. Plumb bobs. We celebrated our wedding at his home in VA in 1973. There are some great stories from his memorial at the Corcoran by artists who knew him at Beverly Court.

  2. Hello John,
    I lived with Yuri Scwebler on Columbia Street in Washington D.C. from around the time of his exhibitions at the Fraser Stable gallery and the Musee De Georges Pompidou. I very much appreciate your research on Yuri’s life and work. If you are interested in knowing a little more about him during that period, please feel free to reach out to me:
    Trisha Ferrand

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