Eileen Cubbage is a MFA graduate of MICA’s Hoffberger School of Painting and obtained a BFA in illustration with concentration in ceramics at Syracuse University. Her recent work is photographs of soft fabric, plaster, and mixed media sculptures. Interested in probing the complexities of personal psychological narrative and coding of social relationships & connectivity, she is beginning to work with sound to offer her traditional media new avenues. Eileen has received Awards of Excellence in Illustration from the Connecticut Art Directors Club, the New England AP News Executives Association, and the New York City Society of Professional Journalists. She has received fellowships from Syracuse University, the New York Studio School, MICA, Sumasil Foundation for Women’s Advancement, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and I-Park Artist Colony. A 2008 nominee for New Insight Art Chicago, Eileen will travel to Iceland in 2011 for independent research and residency. She currently lives in NYC and teaches drawing and sculpture at Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia.