Event - 2018-2020 Queens Museum Studio Program

2018-2020 Queens Museum Studio Program

01.25.21, 7:00 pm

Images: Iman Raad in the studio at Queens Museum. Photo: Heryte Tequame; Lachell Workman with independent curator Amanda Abi Khalil in the studio at Queens Museum; The Room of Spirit and Time hosting a public program with guest speaker Harry Burke. Photo: Jeannine Han; Jennifer May Reiland in the studio at Queens Museum. Photo: Jeannine Han.

Join us as we celebrate the conclusion of the QM Studio Program’s 2018-2020 cohort! For this culminating studio visit event, artists tune in on Zoom to share their current work and reflect back on their creative practice at Queens Museum. Learn more about each artist’s work across a number of different mediums including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, installation, technology, textile, performance, video, writing, and social practice.


This event will unfold over two sessions including brief artist presentations and Q & A with Queens Museum staff members and public Q+A from audience members. Presentations will also include recent artists participating in the Social Practice Queens (SPQ) educational platform and MFA program at Queens College.


Session #1: Sunday, January 24, 2-3:30pm
2018-2020 Studio Program: Xin Liu, Jennifer May Reiland, Lachell Workman, Jamerry Kim (SPQ) and Adam Nadel (SPQ)


Session #2: Monday, Jan 25, 7-8pm
2018-2020 Studio Program: Woomin Kim, Iman Raad, The Room of Spirit and Time (Taro Masushio, Xiaofei Mo, Ali Van, Wang Xu and Cici Wu), and Brianna Harlan (SPQ)


For more information on all of the participating artists in the 2018-2020 Studio Program, visit:

For more information on Social Practice Queens visit:

Artist bios can be found here.




The Studio Program at the Queens Museum is made possible in part by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Major funding for the Queens Museum is generously provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, the Booth Ferris Foundation, the Lambent Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the New York Community Trust, the Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, and the TD Charitable Foundation.