Instructor of Visual Art, Interlochen Arts Camp
M.F.A., Painting & Drawing, University of Minnesota; B.F.A, Painting, Rhode Island School of Design
Richard Barlow is a visual artist and musician living in Minneapolis. He works as and adjunct professor of art at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, where he teaches drawing and works as a grad student mentor. Over the past year he also worked as a full-time sabbatical replacement instructor at the Rochester Community and Technical College, where he taught drawing and painting. In the past year he had a major solo exhibition at Macalester College and was awarded the Jerome Foundation Emerging Artist Fellowship. In addition, he was recently elected to the Minnesota Artists Exhibition Program panel at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Each year Mr. Barlow co-curates and runs the Heliotrope festival of local underground music in Minneapolis. He also performs and records with his band, Take Acre.