Christopher Robbins
Since 2005
Works in United States of America


Christopher Robbins grew up in New York City, and has since lived and worked in London, Tokyo, West Africa, Fiji, and Serbia. He built his own hut out of mud and sticks and lived in it in Benin, West Africa, spoke at a United Nations conference about his cross-cultural digital arts and education work in the South Pacific, and has exhibited in the United States, Europe, Fiji and Africa. Awards include the RISD Award of Excellence, SITINGS Installation Commission, the Stein Experiential Art Prize, SXSW Web Award, and residencies/ fellowships at MacDowell Colony, Haystack, Penland, Anderson Ranch, the Kala Art Institute, and the Nebraska Art Farm. He has an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), and currently splits his time between New York and Serbia.
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Work Projects Administration 2010

Sat May 01, 2010 00:00 - Mon Apr 05, 2010

United States of America

We are bringing back the WPA (Work Projects Administration) because the
Government won't. We're opening two pilot WPA offices - one in a rural
hamlet, and one in an urban center - to do government recovery driven by
the neighborhood itself!

More info and to help bring back the WPA: