Nathan Miner is an interdisciplinary artist engineering combinations of photography, printmaking, sculpture, painting, and architecture.
Miner studied printmaking at the Kansas City Art Institute and painting at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago prior to receiving
his BFA in sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design in 1999. Following his degree he studied printmaking at The New School in New York
and architecture at Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles. Over the past decade he has exhibited his inventive
surfaces and mural-scale installations in galleries, alternative art spaces, and universities throughout New York and New England,
including recent installations at Montserrat College of Art and the Museum of Art at University of New Hampshire. His exhibitions
have been reviewed by the Boston Globe and his installations featured in Artpulse and Artscope magazines. He has received fellowships
and grants from the Vermont Studio Center and the St. Botolph Club Foundation. Miner is a Fellow of the St. Botolph Club and is
represented by Rafius Fane Gallery in Boston.
Daniel Alexander Smith is a visual artist based in Boston, MA. He is currently a Fellow at Studio Echelman,
where he works on design and project management for sculpture at city-scale. In 2016, he completed an MFA Fellowship
at Indiana University. In 2015 he founded Paper-Thin, an online virtual reality art archive, which he directed and
curated with collaborator, Cameron Buckley. Daniel's artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally at
venues including the Indianapolis Museum of Art, The University of Richmond Museums, the CICA Museum in Gyeonggi-do,
South Korea, SIGGRAPH, BostonCyberarts, the Festival Internacional de Linguagem Eletronica in SãoPaulo, Brazil,
the Athens Digital Arts Festival in Athens, Greece, as well as universities and galleries across the country.
Recent works include Unfixed Architecture, a large, multi-channel video commission for the Boston Convention
and Exhibition Center Marquee; Four and No Waves, a time based art installation addressing how computers
restructure human perception; and Of Things Which Do Not Appear, a collection of machine-made drawings exploring
representation as technological abstraction.
Steve Hackbarth is co-founder and CTO of Ursa Health, a healthcare innovation company pioneering how delivery systems and health plans learn and continuously improve.
Before joining Ursa Health, Steve was the head of development at xTuple, the World's #1 Open-Source ERP software company, managing a diverse development team that spanned four continents.
Lindsay Yazzolino is a scientist and tactile graphics consultant living in the Boston area.
Undergraduate work in Cognitive Science at Brown University led Lindsay to investigate how blindness
affects the development of brain functions such as language, memory, Braille reading, and spatial reasoning.
As a blind researcher, she seeks to encourage other blind individuals to pursue science careers, as well as
to increase the exchange of knowledge and ideas between the scientific and blind communities.