hannah mishin

Portfolio and Blog of artist and technologist Hannah Mishin.  


2014: MPS: New York University, Interactive Telecommunications   Program: Interactive Media, Tisch School of the Arts.

2005: BFA: Pratt Institute: Major: Studio Painting, Minor: Art   History. Graduated with Honors.


Fabrication: Hand and Power Tools, Digital Fabrication Tools,   Comprehensive Material Applications. including: CNC Mill and Router,   machinist lathe, milling machine, MIG/TIG welder, planer, hand-     tools, table saw, 3D printing. Tool calibration, set-up, and   maintenance.

Electronics: Circuit Design and Components Assembly, Arduino,     Sensors. including: Analog circuitry, motors, soldering, Arduino to   circuits, sensors and other platforms.

Software: Image, Sound and Film, 3D CAD Modeling and Drafting,   Circuit Design. including: Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, After   Effects, Ableton Live, Arduino, Processing, Rhinoceros, SolidWorks,   Eagle, Aspire, Fusion 360 CAD/CAM.

Media: Drawing and Drafting, Photography, Sound, Video, Sculpture,   Printmaking. including: Digital and darkroom photography, field   sample sound, multi-channel sound, video, stop motion animation,   structural and aesthetic  sculpture, intaglio, silkscreen,   holography.


2015: Hang Together, Pratt Institute Libraries, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2014: Death By Art, Death By Audio. Brooklyn, N.Y.

2014: How You See: An Interactive Museum Exhibition about Human   Vision. Exhibited with: World Science Festival - Innovation Square   Arcade, Brooklyn, N.Y. and Google Geek Street Fair, New York, N.Y.

2014: Weird Science, Kunsthalle Projects. Brooklyn, N.Y.

2014: Ωhm Wrestling: An Interactive Exhibit about energy. Exhibited   with: World Maker Faire, Queens, N.Y.                         Awarded: Three First Place Editor’s Choice Awards and Two   Second Place Educator’s Choice Awards.

2014: The Invitational, Kunsthalle Projects. Brooklyn, N.Y.

2011: Curate NYC, Three Group Shows, Juror Selected: The Museum of   Art and Design, Bronx River Arts Center, Brooklyn Arts Council:   Online Exhibitions.

2011: Layer Current, Like the Spice Gallery, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2011: Can’t Hear the Revolution, Kunsthalle, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2010: New Works, Smile Art Gallery, Brooklyn, N.Y.

2009: The Exquisite Corpse, Rutgers University, Paul Robeson   Galleries, Newark, N.J.

2007: Playing with Fire, Texas Firehouse, Long Island City, Queens,   N.Y.

2007: Paintings, Andre Zarre Gallery, Solo Show, New York, N.Y.


2017: Team Glass: Cyborg Futures: Cyborg Foundation: A group project   about the creation of a new human sense.


2017: Creating Communities Through Technology: Art Ed-Tech Pre-   conference, Teachers College Columbia University: New York, N.Y. -   Panel Member.

2015: STEAM Day, Mitchell Community College: Statesville, N.C. -   Presenter.

2014: The Digital Museum, The City College of New York: New York,   N.Y. - Guest Lecturer.

2014: Decoding Digital, Pratt Institute Library: Brooklyn, N.Y. -   Panel Member.

2011: Layer Current, Like the Spice Gallery: Brooklyn, N.Y. - Artist   Talk.


2017: Science Sandbox at New Lab: Cohorts II and III, Simons   Foundation: Brooklyn, N.Y.

2015: Solid Conference: Hardware, Software & the Internet of Things:   O’Reilly: San Francisco, C.A.


2016: Signal Culture: Toolmaker in Residence, Owego, N.Y.

2015: Holocenter: Center for Holographics Arts: Holography Workshop,   Ohio State University: Columbus, O.H.


2015: Blink Cam on Anything For The Shot: Daily Planet - Discovery   Channel Canada: Aired October 6th - 4:15.

2012: Smithsonian Magazine, Editor’s Selection. July 31st.

2011: Popescu, C. Being Specific: Limits of Contextualising     (Architectural) History. The Journal of Architecture, Volume 16   (Number 6), pp. 821-853.

2005: The Renascent: Painting, Volume I, The State of Art. pp. 34, 35.


2015: Staff Development Fund: Parsons School of Design - Awarded   Grant for furthering Research and Development.

2015: On Our Radar: Creative Capital - Finalist for the Creative   Capital Grant in the Emerging Fields Category.


Office of the President: Mitchell Community College.


2018: Survival Research Labs: Event support and fabrication assist.

2014-2015: Leadership Statesville Community Makerspace: Assisted with   budget, tool and resource acquisition, programming support, and led   workshops for community members.

2013-2015: Madagascar Institute: Art-Jet-Engine Technician and event   assistant.

2012: WENDY / HWKN - MoMA PS1: Fabrication assistant for     architectural installation.

2012: Triangle Arts Residency: Fabricator for artist installation.

2011: Arts in Bushwick: Community Liaison between AIB and Bushwick   Community Leaders for open studios event.

2008-2011: Swimming Cities: Art handling, lighting and event support   for fundraising benefits for art project.


New York State:  Class B Mobile Laser Operator License. (issued 2018)

2014-2018: Open Source Hardware Association Member.

2017: HTEC - Haas Technical Training for Arts Education.

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