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Rebecca Zanolla is an emerging artist whose work explores the connections between abandoned mediums of communication, labor, craft, and objecthood. She was born and raised in Queens, New York, now living in Philadelphia, and is set to graduate with a BFA in Fibers and Materials Studies from Tyler School of Art and Architecture in May 2021. From 2015 to 2017, she was a volunteer in the Education Program at the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum. During this time she also participated in a number of pre-college art programs at Cooper Union, Pratt Institute, and MoMA. From 2017 to 2019, Zanolla was a gallery assistant at Jeffery Stark and Geary Contemporary and a studio intern at Studio Yooj and Wildflower and Co. Her work has been exhibited at The Plastics Club, Stella Elkins Gallery, and The Nook at Tyler School of Art. She is currently a Diamond Peer Teacher with Temple University and is working towards a solo thesis show.


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2020: Diamond Peer Teaching Program at Temple

      UniversityBioethics Class
      Wildflower and Co. Studio Intern

2019: Triangle Arts Association, Curator and Art Handler

      for "Waiting Room"
      Sudio Yooj, Studio Intern
      Geary Contemporary, Gallery Intern and Monitor
      Exhibition, "The Nook", Tyler School of Art

      and Architecture

      Tyler School of Art and Architecture

      Printmaking Department Student Helper

2018: Juried Exhibition, Philadelphia Plastics Club
      Juried Exhibition, "Freshman Exhibition", Stella

      Elkins Gallery
      Jeffery Stark Gallery, Gallery Intern and Monitor

2017: Museum of Modern Art Cross Museum Collective

2016: Cooper Union Outreach PreCollege Program, Winter

2015: Guggenheim Teen Volunteer Program, Education
      Department (2015-2017)
      Pratt Institute Pre-College Program, Illustration


      Cooper Union Outreach PreCollege Program, Spring

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