Nora Byrne is an artist who was born and raised in New Hampshire, on a dirt road next to a river. Currently she lives and works in Istanbul, developing sustainable ways to create and inspire critical reflection on place and urban environments.
She received her MA in visual arts and visual communication design from Sabanci University in Istanbul Turkey, an MA in Museum and Gallery Practice from the University College London in Doha Qatar and a BA in Art History from the College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio.
Her work has been shown internationally at venues such as Nadas Istanbul and Sabanci Gallery in Istanbul Turkey; and Engine in Biddeford, Maine; among others.
Former projects include contributing and editing for Revels Magazine, an online pop culture publication formed and staffed by College of Wooster graduates, and Model Ingenuities, a critical reflection on my own experiences in the art world as a figure model.
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