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Nathanael Andreini

Nathanael Andreini

Five Oaks Museum

Nathanael Andreini is an artist and youth worker with 20 years of deeply collaborative cultural production experience across the arts, education, and nonprofit sectors. As one of the Co-Directors at Five Oaks Museum, his work is grounded in team development, critical pedagogy, and organizational change. From 2001 to 2008, he was co-founding member of Sincerely, John Head, a bicoastal socially engaged curatorial and artist collaborative.

From 2014 to 2016, he founded and co-directed Open Space Performing Arts, a transdisciplinary arts camp for underserved teenagers in South Central Europe. He has exhibited, performed, and curated projects at Museum of Contemporary Art – Metelkova, Bruce High Quality Foundation University, Japan International Cooperation Agency, Singidunum University, Museum of Transitory Art, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, University of Oxford, and Atlanta Contemporary.

He received a BFA from Pacific Northwest College of Art and his MA from Teachers College, Columbia University.

Nathanael Andreini