College for Creative Studies: Art Practice (Fine Arts)

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Jacklyn Brickman

Adjunct Faculty

MFA Art and Technology, The Ohio State University
BFA Fine Arts, College for Creative Studies

jbrickman@collegeforcreativestudies.edu

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Research Interests

Jacklyn Brickman is a visual artist whose work aims to explore the effects of competitive survivorship within natural and cultural ecosystems and the dynamic interrelationship between people and their habitats. Brickman’s work spans installation, sculpture, drawing, and video with a special interest in collaboration and social engagement.

Professional Experience

Brickman's research and projects have been supported financially by the National Academy of Sciences, National Endowment for the Arts, Erb Family Foundation, Popps Packing, Chaire Arts and Sciences, École Polytechnique, The University of California Davis, The Ohio State University, TechHub Project Grants, Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center and Connecting Heritage- Maryland Milestones/ Anacostia Trails Heritage Area, Livable Futures Discovery Theme, Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Theme, The Greater Columbus Arts Council and The Columbus Cultural Arts Center.

Brickman is currently a Lecturer at The Ohio State University and the College for Creative Studies.

Significant publications/presentations/exhibitions

  • Brickman has presented her work and research in International Academic Conferences including I International Conference on Sustainable Art, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain (2020), Useful Fictions Symposium held at École Polytechnique in Palaiseau, France (2019), Byrd Center Symposium on Climate Research (2019), Role/Play: Collaborative Creativity and Creative Collaborations, Sackler Student Fellows Symposium at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC (2018), among many others.

  • Her work has been published in Mapping Meaning, The Journal Issue 4: Life After the Anthropocene (Print / Web, 08/2020) and Emergency Index Volume 9, An Annual Document of Performance Practice (Print 12/2020).

  • Brickman regularly exhibits her work in the United States as well as internationally, including Galerie Hus in Paris, France, Ikattha Collective in Mumbai, India, and Media Nox Gallery in Maribor, Slovenia.

Research Interests

Jacklyn Brickman is a visual artist whose work aims to explore the effects of competitive survivorship within natural and cultural ecosystems and the dynamic interrelationship between people and their habitats. Brickman’s work spans installation, sculpture, drawing, and video with a special interest in collaboration and social engagement.

Professional Experience

Brickman's research and projects have been supported financially by the National Academy of Sciences, National Endowment for the Arts, Erb Family Foundation, Popps Packing, Chaire Arts and Sciences, École Polytechnique, The University of California Davis, The Ohio State University, TechHub Project Grants, Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center and Connecting Heritage- Maryland Milestones/ Anacostia Trails Heritage Area, Livable Futures Discovery Theme, Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Theme, The Greater Columbus Arts Council and The Columbus Cultural Arts Center.

Brickman is currently a Lecturer at The Ohio State University and the College for Creative Studies.

Significant publications/presentations/exhibitions

  • Brickman has presented her work and research in International Academic Conferences including I International Conference on Sustainable Art, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain (2020), Useful Fictions Symposium held at École Polytechnique in Palaiseau, France (2019), Byrd Center Symposium on Climate Research (2019), Role/Play: Collaborative Creativity and Creative Collaborations, Sackler Student Fellows Symposium at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC (2018), among many others.

  • Her work has been published in Mapping Meaning, The Journal Issue 4: Life After the Anthropocene (Print / Web, 08/2020) and Emergency Index Volume 9, An Annual Document of Performance Practice (Print 12/2020).

  • Brickman regularly exhibits her work in the United States as well as internationally, including Galerie Hus in Paris, France, Ikattha Collective in Mumbai, India, and Media Nox Gallery in Maribor, Slovenia.