Meganne Rosen moved back to Springfield, Missouri in 2018 after residing in Oakland, California for two years where she graduated with a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Rosen also completed a Master of Arts (MA) in Studio Art and Theory at Drury University (2011). In Springfield, Meganne teaches Art History I & II, Drawing I, Art & Experience, and Foundation: 2D Design in the Arts and Humanities department at Ozarks Technical Community College. She also teaches in the Art and Design department at Missouri State University, has taught in the Arts Administration program at Drury University, and teaches at the Springfield Art Museum.
Rosen’s recent projects include her solo exhibition Bathymetry at Obelisk Home (March, 2020); her inclusion in the Angad Biannual in St. Louis, MO (January- August, 2020); her solo exhibition Transparency & Toxicity at ArtLink in Fort Wayne, IN (December, 2019); her thesis exhibition at Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco (April, 2018); the publication of “Isoluminance, Racial Trauma, and the Stamina of Perception: Amanda Wallace’s Field | House” for the Wattis Institute of Contemporary Arts and contemtporary.org; her curation and participation in Artifice & Nature, a four person exhibition in San Francisco (November, 2017); and her inclusion in several group exhibitions (2018-2020) in California, Missouri, New York, and Oregon.
Rosen was an artist in residence in 2018 at both LACAWAC in Aerial Lake, Pennsylvania and Byrdcliffe in Woodstock, New York. She was featured in volume twelve of the print edition of Create! Magazine (December, 2018) and in an interview on their website. Meganne is also featured in volume 42 of Studio Visit Magazine.
Upcoming publications of her work may be found in DeLuge Arts & Literary Journal (Fall, 2020) and Bangor Literary Journal (Fall, 2020).