Rachelle Dang

Visiting Adjunct Professor (Fall 2023)

Rachelle Dang (b. Honolulu, HI) is a Brooklyn-based artist and educator. Dang’s public art commissions include Lighthouse Works, Fishers Island (2023) and Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City (2019-20). She has exhibited her work at Nino Mier Gallery, Glassell Park (2023); Cornell University, Ithaca (2022); Someday, New York (2021 & 2022); Casey Kaplan, New York (2021); Fergus McCaffrey, St. Barth and New York (2021 & 2019); A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn (2020); Smack Mellon, Brooklyn (2019-2020); Haverford College Art Galleries, Philadelphia (2019); Hawai`i Pacific University, Kaneohe (2013) and the Honolulu Museum of Art (2011 Biennial). Her artist residencies and fellowships include Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace (2022-23); Museum of Arts and Design (Fellowship 2022); Yaddo (2021); the Smack Mellon Artist Studio Program (2019-2020); Shandaken: Storm King Art Center (2018); and Cooper Union (2018). Dang received her MFA from Hunter College and her BA from Wellesley College. She is Critic at Yale School of Art and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Hunter College.

Rachelle Dang artwork