Suzanne Scott Constantine

Suzanne Scott Constantine is an interdisciplinary artist whose work focuses on social justice and human rights. Through her mixed media, installation and performance art, she explores our broken and fragmented world. Her work calls attention to that brokenness while challenging viewers to discover radical hope. 

Suzanne was a founding member of Arts & Space, Inc, art collaborative in Arlington, VA, from 1995 to 2005. She also was a resident studio artist at the Workhouse Arts Center in Northern Virginia from 2015 to 2018. 

Suzanne also is a widely published writer who has, in a varied career, taught at two universities; worked as a continuity writer in radio and television; freelanced as a journalist, speechwriter, ghostwriter, scriptwriter and book reviewer; co-authored a book on migraine; and co-founded a communications consulting firm. Her solo and collaborative work often includes performance poetry.

Before moving to the Outer Banks in June 2018, Suzanne was a professor at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, where she taught such courses as Art as Social Action and Art of Resistance. She holds an MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College and an MA in English Literature from James Madison University. 

Contact:

Email: suzannescottc@me.com

Website: http://suzannescottconstantine.com

Instagram: @suzannescottc 

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Lynne Scott Constantine

Lynne Scott Constantine is an interdisciplinary artist, writer, and independent scholar. Her media include photography, video, mixed media, installation and performance. Her practice explores the power of chance, the fragility of objects and memories, the mysteries of perception, and the transformative power of creativity in pursuit of social justice. 

Lynne’s work has been shown locally as part of the 41st Annual Frank Stick Memorial Art Show at the Dare County Arts Council as well as in galleries, corporate venues and academic settings in the U.S. and internationally. She was a founding member of Arts & Space, Inc, art collaborative in Arlington, VA, from 1995 to 2005. 

Lynne also is a widely published writer who has, in a varied career, taught at three universities; headed two nonprofits; freelanced as a journalist, speechwriter, ghostwriter, scriptwriter and book reviewer; co-authored a book on migraine; and co-founded a communications consulting firm. Her solo and collaborative work often includes performance poetry.

Before moving to the Outer Banks in June 2018, Lynne was a member of the faculty of the School of Art at George Mason University in Fairfax VA, teaching such courses as “Creative Processes,” “Art as Social Action,” “Visual Perception and the Arts,” “Writing for Artists,” “Film for Visual Artists,” “History of Photography,” and “Critical Theory in the Visual Arts.” She holds an MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College and an MA and MPhil in English Language and Literature from Yale University.

Contact:

Email: lconstan@mac.com

Website: http://lynnescottconstantine.com

Instagram: @lynnescottconstantine