Jeanne Jo is an artist and filmmaker whose work has been widely exhibited both nationally and internationally. She received an MFA in Digital+Media from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2008, where she was a President’s Scholar and recipient of many awards, including a Graduate Award of Excellence. Her BFA is from the University of Nevada, Reno, where she minored in Art History and screamed in a hardcore band. She has taught at RISD, Brown University, Emerson College, and Hostos Community College in New York City. In 2009, she co-founded a Brooklyn gallery called Tompkins Projects.
Two iMAP students will be presenting their work at the College Art Association’s annual conference in Los Angeles this year, Jeanne Jo and Micha Cárdenas, with the Electronic Disturbance Theater 2.0.
Jeanne Jo will present at the Third Annual New Media Caucus Showcase, held at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art.
Jeanne Jo is included in an exhibition at the Picaflor Studio in Atlanta, GA, called Boom! Art as a Result of Bubble and Bust Culture
Jeanne Jo is included in TRAMPOLIM, organized by Jorge Rojas at Galeria Homero Massena in Vitória, Brasil on January 12 – 14, 2011
Jeanne Jo’s curatorial initiative The Wrong Side of Reno: Three Decades of Punk and Hardcore Music in the Biggest Little City is on display