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.