Maria E Seda-Reeder

Annualized Adjunct Instructor

Aronoff Center

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Professional Summary

Writer, curator and contemporary art lecturer Maria Seda-Reeder collages together various forms of labor on behalf of artists, institutions, collectives, and nonprofits. Using language as a bridge for critical discourse, she believes that contemporary art has the potential to both reflect the past and inform the future.
 
She has curated, installed, programed, archived and created didactic materials for exhibitions at the Contemporary Arts Center (Cincinnati, OH), The Weston Art Gallery (Cincinnati, OH), The Lexington Art League (Lexington, KY), KMAC Museum (Louisville, KY), ProArts (Oakland, CA), Salisbury University Art Galleries (Salisbury, MD), Carnegie (Covington, KY), and the Reed Gallery at the University of Cincinnati (Cincinnati, OH).
 
Seda-Reeder covers the work of living artists for such online and print publications as CityBeat, Epicenter Magazine, Cincinnati Art Museum Member Magazine, Acrylic Artist, Pastel Journal, Watercolor Magazine, and Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art.  Her essays have likewise been published in books and artist catalogues such as Still They Persist: Protest Art of the 2017 Women’s Marches, Tracy Featherstone: Fantastical Landscapes, and Cincinnati Five.
 
Lecturing as an annualized adjunct instructor for the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design Architecture Art and Planning, Seda-Reeder also serves as Exhibition Coordinator at Wave Pool Gallery.  She holds a BA in History, MA in Art History, and Certificate in Museum Studies.