Jeannette Tremblay is an arts educator, administrator, and curator with a background in painting and a budding quiltmaking practice. Her current research focuses on the historical, legal, and cultural constructions of racial whiteness in America and critical interrogations of whiteness in contemporary art. She works as the School and Studio Manager at Hyde Park Art Center and Adjunct Lecturer at the Art Institute of Chicago. Tremblay holds an MA in Art History, Theory, and Criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; an MS Ed in Urban Special Education from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY; and a BA in Fine Arts from Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. Learn more about Jeannette Tremblay’s HATCH exhibitions Topography of Knowing, A History-shaped Hole in the Universe, and A Prophet Is Not A Fortune Teller.