Sidney Mullis lives and works in State College, PA. Her work has been exhibited in a number of locations including Berlin, Germany and Tokyo, Japan. She has had solo shows at the Leslie Lohman Museum (NYC), Neon Heater, Bucknell University, Future Tenant Gallery (Pittsburgh), Lock Haven University, University of Mary Washington, and more. Group exhibitions include Trestle Gallery (NYC), Galleri Urbane (Dallas), pehrspace (LA), Area 405 (Baltimore), and Woman Made Gallery (Chicago). Sidney Mullis is the recipient of the MASS MoCA residency, Ox-Bow MFA Residency, and a Creative Achievement Award from Penn State University. Sidney Mullis is represented by Galleri Urbane (Dallas, TX).
Mullis currently teaches Advanced Sculpture and 3D Foundations at Penn State conveying the impact objects have in space and assisting students to navigate this within their own work. She is the program coordinator of the John M. Anderson Endowed Lecture Series (Penn State’s visiting artist program) and assists with communications for the School of Visual Arts.
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