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Beth Krebs grew up in Connecticut, lived for nearly a 
decade in New Orleans, and currently lives in Brooklyn, 
New York.  She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from 
the College of William and Mary in Virginia, and a Masters
of Fine Arts from Rutgers University in New Jersey.   Her
installations have been exhibited in galleries and alternative 
spaces in and around Manhattan and New Orleans, including 
the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Bronx Museum of Art, 
Smack Mellon gallery, the Cue Foundation, and the Carroll 
Gallery at Tulane University. She is the recipient of a 
Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA Grant (2004) and the Paul 
Robeson Emerging Artist Award from Rutgers University 
(2004).  She was chosen as a finalist in the Artist in 
the Marketplace (AIM) Program (2005), and has been an 
artist in residence at the Bemis Center in Omaha, Nebraska 
(2005) and at Sculpture Space in Utica, New York (2006).  
She was recently selected to participate in the Aljira 
Emerge Program in Newark, New Jersey, and will be in 
residence at the MacDowell Art Colony this winter.