Courtney Haeick

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Courtney Haeick is from Buffalo, New York and creates work that acts as a mirror of herself by showing the growth, strength, and fragility of an honest self through performative sculptures and videos. Courtney is currently an intern at Grace Exhibition Space and works as an assistant to promoting events and posting on social media for performance art events. In the summer she works as a teaching artist for Young Audiences
of Western New York. While attending graduate school at SUNY New Paltz she was a TA for a Basic Sculpture and Drawing II, and was an Instructor of Record to an Intro to Sculpture course. She has exhibited her work at the The Dorsky Museum of Art, The Burchfield Penney, Idea Garden in Kingston, Project 308 Art
Gallery, Conception Arts in Chicago, Czurles-Nelson Gallery, Bacon Student Art Gallery at Buffalo State, Kenan Center, and Albright Knox Student Art Gallery. Courtney has also been interviewed by Spectrum and 
Buffalo News for her chalk mural art. She has been featured in publications such as WGRZ, Lockport Union-Sun and Journal, and Buffalo Art Wall for her chalk and mural work. Courtney Haeick has received her BFA in

Art Education from Buffalo State College and received her MFA in Sculpture from SUNY New Paltz.