ArtPost360, a program of the Creative Outpost, offers residencies to a diverse range of emerging artists from around the world. ArtPost360 is dedicated to advancing the artistic community in the area by fostering young artists from a variety of disciplines. Based in Little Falls, New York, the artists are surrounded by unique geology, history, work ethic, and inspiring natural beauty. ArtPost360’s future space will be designed to reflect cutting-edge art, instruction and technology, as well as the origins of a beautiful and historic building.
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A Live/Work Space
A live/work space is a building in which each dwelling has extra space (typically 100 to 150 square feet) that the artist can use as a studio. Live/work units normally have consistent design elements, such as high ceilings, large windows, durable surfaces, and wide doorways. These spaces are designed to accommodate and foster a variety of creative processes. Live/work projects also include common spaces such as galleries, meeting rooms, and green spaces that encourage tenant engagement, cooperation, and community involvement.
The Creative Workforce
“When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn’t really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That’s because they were able to connect experiences they’ve had and synthesize new things.”
“Creativity is the act of turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. Creativity involves two processes: thinking, then producing. Innovation is the production or implementation of a creative idea. If you have ideas but don’t act on them, you are imaginative but not creative.”
ArtPost360 Steering Committee
A catalytic project to address live/work development opportunities for the creative workforce that will contribute to a strong, multicultural arts community and growing creative sector.
Lorraine Morales Cox
Associate Professor of Visual Arts
Chair of the Visual Arts Department, Union College
Professor Cox teaches intermediate and advanced courses covering 20th and 21st-century art of Europe and the Americas, many of which contribute to the Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Africana Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, and American Studies programs the last of which she directed from 2008-2014. In addition, she teaches the interdisciplinary “Business of Visual Art and Contemporary Entrepreneurship” course and “Environmentalism and Globalization in Contemporary Art,” a new project-based learning course that is also part of the Environmental Studies Program. She is currently working on an initiative involving the development of visual learning and visual thinking across the curriculum and is researching and implementing new experiential and innovative student-centered learning into her courses and as part of the Faculty Development Program which she has directed since 2014. As co-founder of the Union Coalition on Inclusiveness and Diversity (UCID), Professor Cox actively participates in programs that promote, mentor, support, and retain a diverse community of students and faculty.
Director, Terrains Lab
Principal, Office of Urban Terrains
Yehre Suh is currently the Assistant Professor of Urban Design at Seoul National University, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, and Director of Urban Terrains Lab and the Office of Urban Terrains. She was the Curator of Asian Urbanism at the Asia Culture Center in Gwangju, Korea, and has previously taught at Cornell University, Barnard College/Columbia University, City College of New York, and Pratt Institute. Her research work focuses on the parallel urbanisms of North and South Korea. She is a Registered Architect in New York and New Jersey, USA, and is a LEED AP BD+C accredited professional. She received her B.F.A. and M.F.A. in Industrial Design from Seoul National University in Seoul, Korea, and her Masters in Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
Born in Osaka, 1978. Graduated with a BA in Economics from the University of Tokyo. He wrestled with Excel and PowerPoint in the Sony Ericsson R&D, cost control, and marketing departments for three years before launching Tokyo Art Beat with Paul Baron and Olivier Thereaux in 2004. In 2008, he moved back to NYC, where a decade ago he had come across many important life elements and has now launched New York Art Beat. Kosuke is also a co-founder of 101 Tokyo, a young international art fair in Tokyo happening every April. He thinks that art leveraged by IT, wine, and beer can make the world a better place.
Barbara London is a US curator and writer specializing in new media and sound art. She is best known for founding the video collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and for the leading acquisition of works by Nam June Paik, Laurie Anderson, Bruce Nauman. London is the author of Video Art/The First Fifty Years (Phaidon Press, 2020), which traces the history of video art as it transformed into the broader field of media art.
In 2013, London organized and curated Soundings: A Contemporary Score, an investigative exhibition on contemporary sound art that was presented at MoMA. She edited and wrote the catalog for the exhibition (MoMA, 2013).
London joined MoMA’s staff in 1970. As a young Curatorial Assistant in the Department of Prints and Illustrated Books, she founded the video collection and exhibition programs in the mid-1970s and organized the exhibition Bookworks in 1977.
At MoMA, she organized more than 500 cutting-edge media art exhibitions showcasing the work of pioneering artists active internationally. She also initiated Video Viewpoints (1978–2002), a four-year lecture series in which media artists regularly presented and discussed their work.
In 1997, London pioneered one of the first multimedia museum websites, Stir-Fry.A series of curatorial dispatches from China, the site was among the first publications to map the emerging field of Chinese media art. 
After four decades as curator of media and performance art at MoMA, in 2013 she changed hats to write, curate, and teach at the Yale School of Art. She is a consultant to the Kadist interdisciplinary contemporary arts foundation.
Marcin Ramocki is a Polish-born NY artist working with a variety of computer-centered media. His practice ranges from digital installations and online work to feature-length documentary movies. Thematically, these often revolve around conceptual portraiture, fascination by various social networks, and self-reflective commentary on the contemporary art world. He is best known for his documentary projects ”8 BIT” (2006) and ”Brooklyn DIY” (2009), as well as shorter digital forms like ”Virtual Singer” (2000), ”Torcito Project” (2005), or ”Blogger Skins” (2009). Marcin’s work has been shown at MoMa, Hirshhorn Museum, Pacific Film Archives, Anthology Film Archives, Art Futura, Wexner Center, ZKM, ACME Melbourne, Le Palais de Glace Buenos Aires, and many more. He is a proud member of the online collective spiritsurfers.net and occasionally published texts related to digital media and internet-related art. Marcin teaches New Media art at New Jersey City University and is the faculty coordinator of the IMAP (Masters of Fine Arts in Integrated Media Arts Production).
After working outside of the area for many years, Mark Regan returned to Little Falls with his wife Julie to raise their children and reconnect with family in the majestic rolling hills and rivers of the Mohawk Valley.
Although his career can best be described as an Electrical Consultant in the energy industry, his expertise spans organizational, leadership, and knowledge transfer roles as well.
He worked for the Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Aramco) in Saudi Arabia for nearly 20 years. He worked at the corporate level of the Engineering and Project Management business line on some of the largest hydrocarbon and infrastructure megaprojects in the world. He was one of the key personnel in the development and rollout of the project quality management system used by international engineering, procurement, and construction companies for the execution of high-risk projects with global economic impact.
His career also included working for the US Department of Energy at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. His work included land and space-based high-energy systems at the Q clearance level. One of the initiatives he created was implemented across the DOE complex worldwide. This resulted in Mark receiving a Los Alamos National Laboratory Achievement Award.
He is an author, entrepreneur, father, and mentor. He is internationally recognized as a subject matter expert on engineering standards and grounding and bonding of electrical systems.
Much of his career was spent on professional development and mentoring for engineering and technical leaders of the workforce of tomorrow. He has also consulted for The World Bank, Fortune 100 companies, and international non-profit organizations in leadership, organizational and technical roles.
The most challenging and rewarding ongoing project to date is helping his wife raise two puppies and two amazing kids in the virtual school environment.
As part of giving back to Little Falls, Mark’s vision is to create a vibrant sustainable community. His involvement in the community and ArtPost360 helps foster, inspire and support others to unleash their talent for a local and global impact.
With his years-long dedication to meditative inspiration, it’s not uncommon to find artist Elias Saifan respectfully silent in calm Padmasana channeling energetic influence.
Whether mixing pigments creating exquisitely unique colors to perfection, or with a brush in hand, Elias is moved by his humble monk-like journey which immersed him deeply in the heart of diverse cultural convergence in numerous countries around the world.
Always observing yet participating, learning, and being a curious pupil of a richly textured multicultural world brimming with both subtle and bold nuances. Elias’s art is often his mantra, paying homage to meditation bridging both physical and non-physical dimensions providing us with a transcendental vision of what our world could possibly be.
Within his creative translation taking form upon carefully stretched canvases of varying sizes, Elias exhibits and sells his works around the world in addition to accepting commission pieces.
Elias is an active force in the ‘Artist-in-Residence‘ movement unifying accomplished renowned, multi-faceted artists to cultivate and mentor new talent toward achieving their creative expression.
Eli resides in both Little Falls, NY, and Beirut, Lebanon. His studio gallery is housed within a historic stone building on the Erie Canal.
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