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Visiting Artists

Our current and upcoming visiting artist programs are listed below. If you are looking for information about a previous visiting artist, see the archive. If you don't see what you're looking for, feel free to email


Robin Lasser

Robin Lasser is a Professor of Art at San Jose´ State University. She produces photographs, videos, site-specific installations, and public art dealing with environmental issues and social justice. Lasser often works in a collaborative mode with other artists, writers, students, public agencies, community organizations, and international coalitions to produce public art and promote public dialogue. Lasser is a 2019 Eureka Fellow, award by the Fleishhacker Foundation.

Lasser exhibits her work nationally and internationally. Recent exhibitions include installations at museums such as: Asian Art Museum in San Francisco, CA; San Jos. Museum of Art, CA; National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore, India; the Museum of Goa, India; Exploratorium Observatory Gallery in San Francisco, CA; Kohler Museum of Art, Sheboygan, Wisconsin; Metenkov House—Museum of Photography in Yekaterinburg, Russia; Recoleta Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and The Caixa Cultural in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Lasser also participates in international biennials such as ZERO1: Global Festival of Art on the Edge in San Jose, California; Nuit Blanche Toronto, Canada; and the Pingyao International Photography Festival, China. Earlier national and international exhibitions include: Aronson Galleries–Parsons School of Design in New York City; Wave Hill Glyndor Gallery in the Bronx, New York City; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA; De Young Museum in San Francisco, CA; Osaka World Trade Center Museum in Japan; and the Academy of Film in Prague, Czech Republic.

Lasser is currently the US project lead and participating artist in a cross-cultural art exchanges between Russia, Iran, India, Japan, and the U.S. | |

Marguerite Perret

Marguerite Perret conducts arts-based research through a social issue engaged studio practice that examines the promise, complications and sometimes contradictory narratives inherent at the interstices of art, science, healthcare and personal experience. She has collaborated with artists and researchers internationally with projects sited in Europe, South America and throughout the U.S.

Perret is a full professor of art at Washburn University where she teaches foundation design, digital imaging and contemporary art theory as well as cross disciplinary, special topic courses blending art, science and ecology, such as Endless Forms: Darwin’s Legacies, an upper division graduate level course examining the influence of the theory of Natural Selection in the arts and humanities.