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Past Studio event

Inaugural Open Studios

Saturday, April 13, 2024. 1–3pm

Hamiltonian Artists

Join us for Hamiltonian Artists’ first open studios! Meet three of The Studios inaugural residents Mallory Kimmel, Sydney Vernon, and Paloma Vianey, and learn more about their work.

Please note that the studios are only accessible by one flight of stairs.


Mallory Kimmel

Mallory Kimmel is an artist, educator, and writer who makes socially engaged work to address and eradicate exclusionary design practices in the built environment. Kimmel earned her MFA in Interdisciplinary Art from California College of the Arts and a BA in Studio Art and BS in Ecology from Susquehanna University. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally at the Clarvit Courtyard at the University of Maryland; Minnesota Street Projects, San Francisco, CA; and the Cultural Center Semberija, Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina. She has been published by e-flux, the George Washington University Museum and the Textile Museum, and BmoreArt.

Hands-free Spoon, Joint Ventures, performance, 2023.

Sydney Vernon

Sydney Vernon is from Prince George’s County, MD, and is based in Baltimore, MD. She earned her BFA from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, New York, NY, and is represented by Kapp Kapp, New York, NY, with whom she had her first solo show in 2023. She has shown at Galerie LJ (2023), Paris, France; Luce Gallery (2023), Turin, Italy; and Sargent’s Daughters (2022), Los Angeles, CA.

Paloma Vianey

Paloma Vianey is an interdisciplinary artist from Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, and is based in Washington, DC. She earned her BA in Art History from the University of Texas at El Paso and MFA from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. She has received grants from the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation (2023, 2022, 2021), Montreal, Canada, and the National Endowment for Culture and Arts (2020), Mexico City, Mexico. Vianey has been awarded Cornell University’s John Hartell Graduate Award for Art and Architecture (2021), the Municipal Youth Award in Ciudad Juárez (2019), and a scholarship from the Institute for Mexicans Abroad (2018).