Works on LPP
Brindalyn Webster earned an MFA in Social Practice at California College of the Arts in 2009. Upon being awarded the Center Student Grant, she traveled to Colombia to collaborate on a songwriting project with a group of women in an eco-village called Nashira. Later that year, she was awarded a fellowship at the Skowhegan School of Art.
In 2010 she began Independent Study at Valand School of Fine Art, where she researched and created works based in Gothenburg, Sweden. During that time, she organized an exhibition between graduate students and Gothenburg's City Museum and wrote a play, Mass Ventriloquism, which was performed inside of the Malm Whale at Gothenburg's Natural History Museum. The script was published in the April 2010 issue of Shifter. In October of 2011, Webster was an artist in residence at The Wassaic Project in upstate New York, where she was awarded the Wassaic Fellowship.