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September 13, 2022


The Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University is excited to share the recipients of Wexner Center Artist Residency Awards for the coming year.  
The awards, which are bestowed annually, exemplify the center’s mission: to offer unique experiences across multiple disciplines and to fuel the creative expression behind them. Wex Artist Residency Awards recognize the exceptional talents of individuals in the fields of Film/Video, Learning & Public Practice, Performing Arts, and Visual Arts through significant financial and technical assistance for the creation of new work.  


Visual Arts: Tanya Lukin Linklater 
Lukin Linklater (she/her) is a multidisciplinary Indigenous artist. Her Alutiiq homelands are in the Kodiak archipelago of Alaska, and she now lives in the Nbisiing Anishinaabeg territory in Ontario. Lukin Linklater’s work traces the expansive ways Indigenous knowledges, histories, and structures have been embodied and sustained, and in turn, highlights the complexities of their presence in institutional settings.


Building on her iterative body of work, My mind is with the weather, her Wex residency will support outdoor open rehearsals in Ohio and a new work for camera, which will feature in a solo exhibition at the Wex in 2024, Lukin Linklater’s first in the US.


For a complete list of receipients and more information please see: