Emily Moorhead-Wallace is an art and artist advocate in Chicago, Illinois. She earned a BFA in Studio Sculpture from Miami University of Ohio and a MFA in Interdisciplinary Fine Arts from Washington University in St. Louis. Moorhead-Wallace and her husband, J. Taylor Wallace, combine construction experience and design expertise in rehabilitating their turn-of-the-century brick home on Chicago’s Southside. Moorhead-Wallace’s work is exhibited nationally, predominately showing in the central U.S. She has been a featured instructor at various institutions including Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and the Sanskriti Museum Residency in Delhi, India among many others. She has been an artist in residence at The Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, Virginia, FugScreens in Chicago, Illinois, and the Springer School & Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. Additionally, Moorhead-Wallace served for 5 years on the Board of Directors of Chicago Sculpture International, a non-profit organization devoted to championing sculptors and the creation of sculpture.

Upcoming Projects:
Pollinator support public sculpture project, Collaboration with Janet Austin, Evanston Arts Council Cultural Fund Program, Evanston, Illinois, Sept 2019-April 2020
 
 Recent creative projects include:
Stationary Effort series, VAE Raleigh, The Cube Gallery, Raleigh, North Carolina
Panelist: Public Art Practices, 6th Biennial Western Cast Iron Art Conference, Granite City, Illinois
UnFunction, Alice F. and Harris K. Weston Gallery, Cincinnati Arts Association, Cincinnati, Ohio
 
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