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Kim Alpert

With a background in fine art, world music, and carpentry, Kim Alpert brings an attention to detail and diverse style to her work. With a deep interest in new media and design trends, Kim received her degree in Digital Media from Full Sail University, where she is currently on their Advisory Board and was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 2013.

Kim’s work has been displayed in a variety of settings from underground experimental video showcases to the Modern Wing of the Chicago Art Institute. She was the Film and Video Curator for Chicago’s Around the Coyote Festival through nine festivals. Her work has premiered there, as well as at Facets, The Chicago Art Department, Movieside, Ice Capades, and the 28th annual Frameline Festival. Kim’s installations have been part of many gallery exhibitions and she was featured as part of the first Looptopia with a forty foot tall display on the side of a prominent building in downtown Chicago. Her current focus is video sculpture, which incorporates her visual works and technical knowledge. These new pieces debuted at the Sculpture, Objects, and Functional Art International Exhibition (SOFAexpo) in 2007. She recently had a solo exhibition of a full line of custom screens featuring all new work relating to identity titled re:edit. Kim can also be found performing live video compositions at clubs, galleries, and theaters.

Kim recently founded Make Amazing Inc., a group of creative strategy consultants from across the United States. She continues to be an active member of both the art and advertising community.