JENNY RASK

www.jennyrask.com

IG @jjennyraskk

Studio: ATX (Atwater Crossing)

3245 Casitas Ave. Ste. 114

Los Angeles, California 90039


Born 1971, Portland, Oregon 

Lives and works in Los Angeles



EDUCATION

MFA Sculpture Candidate Cal State University of Long Beach Fall 2017 (Graduation 2020)

Art Center College of Design 2016-17 

Weaving Studies at Fumi Omiya Studio, 2010-15

University of Oregon BA (Journalism), 1993 

Université Jean-Moulin-Lyon-III 1987-8



SOLO SHOWS


2018

Make Them Light, solo exhibition, Gatov Gallery, California State Long Beach


2017

Colors of Inanimacy, first solo exhibition, The Lodge, Los Angeles



GROUP SHOWS


2018

Home Improvements, MFA Candidacy Advancement Show, Gatov Gallery, California State Long Beach


2018

Governor’s Island Art Fair, Governor’s Island, New York


2018

All Media 2018, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine


2018

Insights, University Art Museum, California State Long Beach


2017

A Narrow Passage, Noysky Projects, Los Angeles

Inaugural Exhibition, Torres Gutierrez at F-Minus, Los Angeles

Student Gallery, Art Center School of Design, Pasadena


2016

Untitled 1 & 2, Soft Sculptures at Calder Blake, Los Angeles


2015

RTH Pop-up at Hammer Museum, Los Angeles 

Sculptures exhibited as part of L.A.-based artists and creators at the Hammer Store, 

with Rene Holguin of the Los Angeles boutique RTH


Salon Space at Art of Elysium, Los Angeles

Opening night benefit/Shepard Fairey Achievement Ceremony


EXPERIENCE


Thingy 

Principal-Owner 1999-2003

Small design and directing company known for its fresh, edgy branding for cable networks, commercials and print work. ‘Thingy’ was awarded several design awards and written about in various design and style magazines.


MTV 

Creative Director and Designer 1995-1999

Worked on branding the station and re-branding, including MTV awards and various other large projects. Known for cutting-edge work in state-of-the–art motion graphics and for slowing down MTV’s familiar fast-cut, out of control edits, evolving it into a new edgy conceptual format. Award-winning work was profiled in magazines such as The Face, Big and I.D. Magazine.


VH1 

Designer 1993-1995

Proficiency in advanced 3-D and motion graphics