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Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow

Teaching Artist

Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chows (she/her) a Jamaican-American interdisciplinary artist whose 

work has been featured internationally at exhibitions, festivals, and venues including; “Jamaican Pulse”, Royal West Academy of England, Bristol, UK (2016), “Jamaica Biennial”, The National Gallery of Jamaica, Kingston, JA (2017), “Guangzhou Live 5: International Performance Art Festival”, China (2014). Solo exhibitions include,  “Junkancooacome”, Five Myles, Brooklyn, NY (2022). She co-authored and performed in, “Living Histories of Sugar in the Caribbean and Scotland: Transnationalisms, Performance and Co-creation”, a project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) presented at The Institute of Jamaica”, Kingston, JA, Beacon Theatre, Greenock, and St. Cecilia’s Hall at Museum of Music Edinburgh, Scotland. 

Her work has garnered a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship Award (2012), Rema Hort Mann Artist-in-Community Engagement Award (2017), Franklin Furnace Fund (2017-18), Culture Push Fellowship for Utopian Practice (2018), and residencies including, NADA/EFA Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop, Wave Hill Winter Workspace (2022), and Triangle Arts (2020-22) where she was one of their first Artist Fellows. Lyn-Kee-Chow was shortlisted for Creative Capital (2022).  Publications include “Patchwork: Essays & Interviews on Caribbean Visual Culture” by Jacqueline Bishop, (2023), The Huffington Post, The Washington Diplomat, Hyperallergic, The Miami Rail, Whitehot Magazine, and Artsy.

She is currently on the faculty at SVA MFA and lives and works in Queens, NY.

Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow

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