room 3

into consumption

Keith Buswell | Siena, Orvieto, Pisa (right)

Keith Buswell graduated with a BFA in art University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He works with various printmaking processes such as screen-printing, intaglio and mono printing and dabbles in drawing and multimedia. Originally from Council Bluffs, Iowa, he currently lives in Lincoln with his husband Brad and his dog Max.

Maria Coletsis | Intermission (left)

Maria Coletsis works with issues concerned with identity and sexuality. Since receiving her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, she has exhibited her artwork in galleries internationally. She continues to investigate and photograph subculture subject matter and is currently introducing elements from nature to explore human nature.

Emma Finegan | My Wife Was Embalmed in a Supervalu

Emma Finegan is a Dublin based theatre maker from Kildare. Most recently she co-wrote and performed in the one-woman show “When I was young I never talked to Clouds;” this show is now in development with Dublin Fringe. In 2019, she directed and co-devised “The Epiphany of Eileen O’Keefe,” which was performed at Electric Picnic, and she performed in “Green Skies: A Double Rhythm,” a site-specific piece supported by Creative Ireland. She is currently co-developing a piece of documentary theatre for the Riverbank’s Momentum Award. 

Keith Buswell | Siena, Orvieto, Pisa (right)

Keith Buswell graduated with a BFA in art University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He works with various printmaking processes such as screen-printing, intaglio and mono printing and dabbles in drawing and multimedia. Originally from Council Bluffs, Iowa, he currently lives in Lincoln with his husband Brad and his dog Max.

Maria Coletsis | Intermission (left)

Maria Coletsis works with issues concerned with identity and sexuality. Since receiving her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, she has exhibited her artwork in galleries internationally. She continues to investigate and photograph subculture subject matter and is currently introducing elements from nature to explore human nature.

Emma Finegan | My Wife Was Embalmed in a Supervalu

Emma Finegan is a Dublin based theatre maker from Kildare. Most recently she co-wrote and performed in the one-woman show “When I was young I never talked to Clouds;” this show is now in development with Dublin Fringe. In 2019, she directed and co-devised “The Epiphany of Eileen O’Keefe,” which was performed at Electric Picnic, and she performed in “Green Skies: A Double Rhythm,” a site-specific piece supported by Creative Ireland. She is currently co-developing a piece of documentary theatre for the Riverbank’s Momentum Award. 

Micah Haykowsky |

Josephine the Gentle Giant

Micah Haykowsky is a multimedia artist from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. They received their MFA from the Art Academy of Trondheim, Norway in 2019. Their work stimulates a deep questioning of relationships to bodies, intimacy, and objects of desire in a world mediated by technology.

Joanna Prazmo | Panic Buying

Joanna’s work is inspired by art, philosophy, everyday life stories and everyday objects. Her creative process involves experimental making techniques and a transition of materials such as silicone rubber, resin, plastic and found objects into textures and garments.