Art Writing and Editorial Fellow
Newcomb Art Museum
Sherae holds a BFA in Technology & Integrated Media with an emphasis in Visual Culture from the Cleveland Institute of Art and an MFA in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. As an artist and writer, Sherae has exhibited work in the U.S and internationally including shows at the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, the Zentralbibliothek Zürich, the National Library of Buenos Aires, and the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart, Germany where she was awarded the prestigious solitude fellowship.
Sherae has presented her writing, drawing, film, and performance work at Kentler International Drawing Space in Brooklyn, New York and Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland in Ohio. In Chicago, her work has been featured at the South Side Community Arts Center, Film Front, Comfort Station, Experimental Sound Studio, Constellation, and the Harold Washington Library.
Sherae is featured along with Clifford Owens on Kamau Amu Patton’s "Second Mind / Alto Age," a limited-edition artwork and recording commissioned by the Pulitzer Arts Foundation, in conjunction with their exhibition, "Terry Adkins: Resounding." She has published poetry in the Oyez Review, Collected, and Homonym Journal. Her first full-length book of poetry—neon neon—is forthcoming from Shinkoyo / Artist Pool. Sherae Rimpsey is an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow and in her work with NAM, Sherae has a dual role as the Mildred Thompson Fellow for Arts Papers.