Patrick Costello was the 2011-2012 New City Artist-in-Residence at The Haven. Patrick is a visual artist and performer whose work incorporates printmaking, installation, gardening, and theater. He has spent the last few years collaborating with friends and artists on projects all over the country.
Patrick has apprenticed with the Bread and Puppet Theater in Vermont, the Virginia Arts of the Book Center in Virginia, and the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Pennsylvania. He received an Aunspaugh Fellowship from the University of Virginia, where he graduated with a degree in Studio Art. Patrick also co-founded C’ville Foodscapes, a worker-owned small business that designs, installs, and maintains vegetable gardens for folks in Charlottesville, Virginia. His visual art has been shown internationally, including at Space 1026 in Philadelphia, Trance Pop Gallery in Kyoto, and Booklyn Art Gallery in Brooklyn. Patrick is currently in the MFA program at Hunter College in New York.
After a season of weekly portrait drawing workshops, Patrick facilitated an identity mural created by Haven guests for their dining room.
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