Hayley Bain's Resume
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Location: New York, New York, USA
University: School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Major: Fine Art

Hayley Bain's Resume

Hayley Mackenzie Bain
New York, New York

August 2017- Currently Attending
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
September 2013- June 2017
Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, Astoria, Queens

-Works well with children
-Experience working with fine art materials especially watercolors, gouache, and silk screen printing
-Comfortable with public speaking

● Excellence in English Language (2016/2017 School year)
● Dedalus Foundation Art History Research Project Scholarship, May 2017

May 2016 - PRESENT
Mobile Print Power, Immigrant Movement International Corona- Mobile Print Power
- After completing my internship I continued to be a member of this collective
- As a part of Mobile Print Power I have contributed to the exhibition Soñamos Sentirnos Libres which was shown in both Interference Archive and Maine College of Art
- Mobile Print Power currently has four public art pieces installed in Flushing-Meadows Corona Park
January 2016 - April 2016
Mobile Print Power, Immigrant Movement International Corona - Queens Teens Intern
- My internship with this activist screen printing collective was an extended branch of my involvement with the teen program at the Queens Museum
- During the course of this internship I gained knowledge of screen printing processes, social activism, community organizing and public engagement with the arts.
July 2015- January 2016
Queens Museum, Flushing-Meadows Corona Park - Sunday Family Workshop Facilitator
- Responsibilities for this job included planning art based activities for kids and parents to complete together, setting up the space for the workshop and engaging young children with the exhibitions in the Queens Museum
June 2018-August 2018
Creatively Wild, 98 Water Street Brooklyn, NY -Stop Motion Animation Workshop Leader, Counselor
- Responsibilities for this job included instructing young students how to create stop motion animations and assisting with the process.
July 2018- August 2018
Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls - Counselor
-Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls is the New York City chapter of arts and activist organization
that seeks to educate young women, trans and non-binary children about social justice and
self-confidence through the vehicle of music instruction and workshops. My role as a counselor at this week long program included being responsible for the wellbeing of campers, facilitating
workshops and aiding in accomplishing the overall mission of the program.
September 2018- December 2018
Sullivan Galley, 33 S. State St., 7th floor -Programs Assistant
-My responsibilities for this job included preparing the gallery for programming such as artists talks and classes, assisting guests with wayfinding and welcoming guests to the gallery.

● Silvia Juliana Mantilla Ortiz, Program Manager Global Action Project
● Patrick Rowe, Bronx Museum Director of Education

Gallery assistant, Artist, Printmaker