"Harland Trophy Wall" - Harland Boys & Girls Club

This door was inspired by Kamal S. and created by Justin Rabideau. Learn more and vote for this door below. Go back to the gallery to view others.

Harland Trophy Wall

Title:
Harland Trophy Wall

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Artist: Justin Rabideau

Justin Rabideau was born in West Chazy, New York, a rural town in the Northern region of the state.  He attended The State University of New York at Plattsburgh, where he received a BFA in Sculpture and Printmaking in 2002.  While in Plattsburgh, Justin participated in many exhibitions and received the Jane Prescott Rowlson Award for achievement in the arts.  Justin participated as an Artist Intern at Franconia Sculpture Park in Shafer, Minnesota in 2001, as well as, an Artist in Residence at Sea Side Sculpture Park in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 2002.  From 2003-2006 Justin lived in Athens, Georgia to pursue his MFA degree with a concentration in Sculpture.  During his time in Georgia, Justin had an active role in the artist community, participating in exhibitions which included; Fresh Assortment, curated by Michael Lucero, The First Annual Artist Symposium in Navidad, Chile, exhibiting at the Fay Gold Gallery, as well as, completing a commissioned sculpture located in Athens, Greece.  Upon completion of his degree in 2006, Justin moved to Syracuse, New York where he was the Preparator at the Everson Museum of Art, as well as, an Adjunct Instructor at Cazenovia College and Pratt Munson Williams Proctor.  In 2008, he moved to West Palm Beach, Florida where he worked as the Preparator at the Flagler Museum and as an Adjunct Instructor at Palm Beach State College. In May of 2011, Justin relocated to Atlanta to work as the Production Manager at Chisel 3D, a design and sculpture company.  Currently Justin is an exhibiting artist with Dashboard Co-op and an Artist in Studio Resident with The Creatives Project. Recent exhibits include: a site specific installation for Ground Floor, Waste Not a two artist exhibit at Barbara Archer Gallery and What Remains, Remembers a solo exhibit at Palm Beach State College.

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Kamal S.

Inspiration:
Kamal S.

Kamal is 11 years old and a member of the John H. Harland Club.  His favorite Club activity is Intel Computer Clubhouse because he gets to learn about technology and digital arts; he also loves to draw.  When he grows up, he wants to be an artist and game creator.  For him, the best part of BGCMA is that he has friends who like the same things that he does.