Maggie-Rose Condit is a multimedia artist residing in Portland, OR. She attended Pacific Northwest College of Art for her Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies. Condit received her BFA in Illustration from the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ, where she was born and raised. Condit’s work contends with the perplexing intersections of girlhood, pop culture, consumerism, body politics, and feminism. Condit utilizes humor to broach these bizarre, yet personal subjects in forms including video, installation, sculpture, and comedic performance.


E.M. Fuller is a multidisciplinary artist and founder of Fuller Rosen Gallery in Portland, OR. Her work investigates the material associations of fabric, with an acute focus on shifting the viewer’s understanding of how fabric functions as a material in everyday life. Currently she is working in performative and activated fabric sculpture and installation with an emphasis in pedestrian choreography, repetition, and gesture. Fuller is a graduate of the Visual Studies Master of Fine Arts program at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, OR.


BriAnna Rosen is an artist and curator based in Portland, OR exploring the poetics of politics and spectacle with installation, video, and publications. Rosen completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Film and Video Production at Pacific University graduating summa cum laude in 2012. Rosen then finished the Master of Fine Arts in Visual Studies program at Pacific Northwest College of Art in 2016 and received the thesis award for A Freestyle Artist: Sociopolitical Art in Five Interventions. Currently, Rosen works as a co-director and curator for Fuller Rosen Gallery.


Rachel Rosenkoetter is a visual artist living in Portland, OR. Born and raised in MO, Brown Smith received a BFA in Painting from Missouri State University and her Master of Fine Art in Visual Studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art. Utilizing painting, collage and installation, her work investigates mysticism and states of being. Revealing symbols and bodies as potent with sacred potential, Brown Smith harnesses physical forms to speak to a metaphysical ecstasy and excess.