Hannah Perrine Mode is an Oakland-based artist and designer. She is currently pursuing an MFA in Studio Art at Mills College.
She has lived, worked, and studied in Prague, Italy, Peru, Iceland, Hawaii, New York City, and Oakland, and has participated in artist residencies with Gullkistan in Iceland and the Brooklyn CSA+D. Hannah will be the first artist to participate in newly founded JIRP Artist Residency in Alaska in the summer of 2017. Her work has been shown at venues throughout Brooklyn and the Bay Area.
Hannah spearheads a variety of social projects, including co-curating and organizing RELAY (an exhibition of local emerging women artists at CTRL+SHFT Collective), co-hosting Club Motte (a monthly storytelling event in Berlin, London, NYC, and the Bay Area), volunteering with Education Outside to paint murals in local elementary school gardens, and leading an ongoing collaborative sketch swap project. She has been doing a “drawing-a-day” since May 2013.
She is always on the lookout for compelling projects, people, and places. For inquiries, shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.