ALLISON HOPE SMITH (b. 1991) is an artist and arts administrator, specializing in exhibitions, project management, and social media. She is a double alumnus of Kent State University, holding a B.F.A. (2014) and M.F.A. (2018) in studio art with a concentration in textiles. In addition to being the Project Manager for FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, Smith also manages Transformer Station, a contemporary art museum in Ohio City, coordinating exhibitions, managing the collection, serving as an artist liaison, and developing social media content. Smith previously served as the Graduate Assistant to the Director of the Kent State University School of Art Collection & Galleries, as an art instructor at 4Cats Arts Studio and the Artful Living & Learning Program, and as a Museum Assistant at the Massillon Museum.
Industrial Jacquard, 2018.
Industrial Jacquard, 2017.
Digital Jacquard, 3D glasses, 2017.
Digital jacquard, 2018.
Ice Dyed Garment, 100% Cotton
Ice dyed with MX Fiber Reactive Dyes. Design collaboration with ShadowKat studio, Columbus, OH.
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