A low-residency, intensive year round program providing the conceptual, critical, historical, and practical knowledge needed to sustain a successful studio.

David Dempewolf
Senior Lecturer MFA, Columbia University
BFA, University of Pennsylvania
Resident of the Whitney Independent Studio Program
David Dempewolf has earned a certificate in sculpture from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, a BFA from the University of Pennsylvania, an MFA from Columbia University, and has been a resident of the Whitney Independent Studio Program and the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. From 1998-2002 Dempewolf was a primary member of the Basekamp, a collaborative team and exhibition space and is currently the co-founder and co-
director of the Marginal Utility gallery. Dempewolf has collaborated with the pianist/composer Jason Moran (2010 MacArthur fellow) on the touring project ‘In My Mind’, and has shown singular projects in various group shows in venues such as Greene Naftali (NYC), the CAC (Cincinnati), Whitechapel (London), Locks gallery (Philadelphia) and the 2007 Oberhausen and London film festivals.

In 2012, Dempewolf developed the multimedia project ‘Tales from the Diaspora’ with saxophonist/composer Miguel Zenon (2008 MacArthur fellow) that was performed at Zankel (Carnegie) Hall in late 2013.