Professor Lilian Garcia-Roig was invited to participate in the 2023 Art Omi: Artists Residency from June 22 – July 17! She will join 22 artists and two critics/curators representing 20 countries from around the globe including Kyrgyzstan, Japan, Morocco, Australia, and more. This year’s cohort will spend three weeks on Art Omi’s campus in the historic Hudson River Valley to hone their practice, experiment, collaborate, as well as make connections with fellow artists and visiting critics. Art Omi: Artists Residency nurtures deep creative and professional connections in a vibrant social setting. This summer’s Open Studios is Saturday, July 15 from 1-5pm. Learn more at artomi.org/
Lilian Garcia-Roig, Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor, is a Cuban-born, Texas-raised artist living and working in Tallahassee, Florida, known for her large-scale, on-site landscape paintings. Awards include a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship, Joan Mitchell Foundation Award, Blackwell Prize, State of Florida Individual Artist Fellowship, and a M-AAA/NEA Fellowship. Residencies include Skowhegan, Joan Mitchell Center, MacDowell, and the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba. She has shown across the United States in shows such as Relational Undercurrents and the Florida Prize and has work in the permanent collection of PAMM. See more of Garcia-Roig’s work online at liliangarcia-roig.com.