Residency Dates
  • January 2024 – February 2024

Beth Krebs’ work contends with the absurdity and valor of being an embodied, striving creature at this time in history.  Her installations, performance videos, sculptures, and participatory projects poke fun at her own questionable coping mechanisms.  She has exhibited her work at venues including the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, Marin MoCA, Riverside Park (New York City), Station Independent Projects (NYC) Mixed Greens (NYC), The Brooklyn Academy of Music (Brooklyn), Smack Mellon (Brooklyn) the Bronx Museum, and the Museum of Architecture Schwaben (Augsburg, Germany).  She is a recipient of a Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA grant, and has been awarded fellowships at the MacDowell Colony, Recology, the Bemis Center, UCross, and the Joan Mitchell Center. She received her Masters in Fine Arts from Rutgers University. Beth is a member of Real Time and Space, a cooperative artist studio in Oakland where she lives.