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Regin Igloria

Visual Artist
2011 3Arts Awards /  2017 The Camargo Foundation Fellow /  2015 Hyde Park Art Center Fellow
Teaching Arts

Regin Igloria is a multidisciplinary artist and educator based in Chicago. His drawings, artists’ books, sculptures, and performances portray the human condition as it relates to the natural environment and inhabited spaces. He has several years of arts administration and teaching experience and founded North Branch Projects, an organization that builds connections through the book arts. Igloria has taught at places such as Marwen, Rhode Island School of Design, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Snow City Arts, and Carthage College. He is a recipient of a 2011 3Arts Award, as well as local, national, and international grants and support through artist residencies, and has exhibited internationally. He received his MFA from Rhode Island School of Design.

Featured Artworks

  •  Regin Igloria artwork Everything's Coming Up Must Come Down 2015
  •  Regin Igloria artwork ANTI 10k Run Write Run 2010
  •  Regin Igloria artwork Wel/Come Back 2015
  •  Regin Igloria artwork At The End Of The Day 2015
  •  Regin Igloria artwork Suspended
  •  Regin Igloria artwork Cargo Box 2015
  •  Regin Igloria artwork Desert Desertion
  •  Regin Igloria artwork Sushi Grass on Sagebrush

Regin Igloria has crowd-funded a project with 3AP

    • $3,345 raised of $2,400 goal
    • 0 Days 0:00:00 LEFT
      • 3Arts matched
      • 139% funded

    North Branch Projects ia a community bookbinding space in Albany Park. With this campaign, I am raising funds to offer scholarships that will bring the fun and educational benefits of this art form to neighborhood schools. 

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  • Everything Moves With Me

    • $7,145 raised of $4,500 goal
    • 0 Days 0:00:00 LEFT
      • 3Arts matched
      • 159% funded

    I am creating a series of interactive, mobile sculptures that considers the notion of movement on many levels, from a broad scale like immigration to the ways one makes it from here to there on a daily basis. The objects …

    Read more about Everything Moves With Me