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Annalisa Barron is an interdisciplinary artist. In this interview, she talks about how gutting an apartment led her to become an art major; how she acquires the skills she needs for particular types of art making; the artist as entrepreneur; her work as an adjunct professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology; and more. Find her current work at https://instagram.com/annalisa.barron and her past work at http://annalisabarron.com/.
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