Alyssa Brubaker is Exhibitions Manager at the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts at the University of Chicago where she supports the curator in planning exhibitions and programming, and is currently the Visual Arts Curator at Elastic Arts, Chicago. Prior to joining the team at the Logan, Brubaker was the Membership Program & Education Coordinator at the International Sculpture Center (ISC) where she led two award programs that recognized outstanding students and educators making an impact in the realm of contemporary sculpture, as well as helped to inaugurate the ISC's first International Sculpture Day. In addition to her role at the Logan Center, Brubaker is a Graphic Designer working with local art non-profits, and enjoys spearheading curatorial projects in her free time. Recent projects include Design is a Verb at the Evanston Art Center and what do rituals do? at Expo Chicago. Brubaker has a B.F.A in Sculpture from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
Shop and Gallery Manager
Marcus is the Shop and Gallery Manager where he assists the exhibitions team with prepping the gallery, coordinating shipping and installing exhibitions in the Logan Center Gallery.
Marcus Warren graduated with a BFA in Sculpture in 2006 from The University of Illinois Champaign Urbana. He worked for seven years as a professional picture framer, and one year as a Gallery assistant at the Roy Boyd art Gallery in Chicago IL. Marcus is a sculpture artist whose work deals with themes of race and pop culture, and consists of a variety of mediums including photography, wood work, and painting. He has had work in the shows ConglomerNation at the Springer Cultural Center in Champaign IL, and Other Heroes at Jackson State University.