Rachel is a storyteller and maker based in Brooklyn, NY. She works in a broad spectrum of techniques to create objects that appear to have been discovered in her mythical world. Her current body of work revolves around the concept of a scientific research team called the Ancient Truth Investigators that seeks to unravel the mysteries of our Human history. Rachel holds a B.F.A. in Crafts/Material Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. She was a 2017 resident artist at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC as a part of the Artists’ Studios Program, and the recipient of a 2016 CGCA Flexible Fellowship at Wheaton Arts. She has shown her artwork in various galleries and museums including The Brooklyn Metal Works Gallery, The Bullseye Gallery New York, Quirk Gallery in Richmond, VA, The Racine Art Museum in Racine, WA, The Society of Contemporary Craft in Pittsburgh, PA, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Norfolk, VA and The Museum of Contemporary Craft in Portland.
Events with Rachel Rader
Episode 2: Online Platforms for Artists with Rachel
This episode, our Art Center Program Manager Rachel Rader shares her advice for artists looking to online platforms for selling or showing their work.Learn More
Episode 3: Social Media, Gallery Representation, and Pricing with Rachel
This episode, our Art Center Program Manager Rachel Rader continues to share her advice for artists looking to use online platforms. Here, Rachel talks about growing your Instagram audience, gallery representation, and demystifying pricing.Learn More