Timothy Belknap
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Co-Curator

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Timothy Belknap is a Philadelphia artist and curator and co-director of Icebox Project Space. Timothy received a BA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MFA in sculpture from Tyler School of Art. He has curated and collaborated with over 100 artists, and his own work has recently been exhibited in both Philadelphia and New York City, garnering coverage in ArtNews, Title Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer and WHYY, among others. In 2018, Belknap received a Center Project grant to present Killjoy’s Kastle, a large-scale, interactive performance in the form of a haunted house created by the collaborative artistic team of Allyson Mitchell and Deirdre Logue.

Logan
Cryer

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Co-Curator

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Logan Cryer is a curator based in Philadelphia with a penchant for local art histories. They are an alum of Moore College of Art & Design, where they acquired a BFA in Fine Arts and minored in Curatorial Studies. Logan attended Headlong Performance Institute in the Fall of 2017 and has orbited experimental performance and dance spaces ever since. They are the Co-curator of Icebox Project Space, with whom they have lead projects such as Killjoy’s Kastle: A Lesbian Feminist Haunted House and The Kinematic Workshop series. Since 2020, Logan has been a part of Television, a service that provides low cost technology rentals to curators, activists, and organizers in Philadelphia. In 2021, Logan launched SNAIL Gallery, an online curatorial experiment. Logan is a regular contributor to Artblog and one of the hosts for Artblog Radio. Their past work includes arts administrative roles with Leeway Foundation, Amber Art and Design and Moore College of Art & Design. In addition to art and culture work, Logan works as a tax preparer with the group, Philly Tax Prep for Artists, who provide accessible tax prep and consultations to artists and independent contractors.

Previous Curators

Ryan
McCartney

Curator

Ryan McCartney is a Philadelphia artist and curator and co-director of the Icebox Project Space. Ryan received a BFA from the Cooper Union and an MFA in painting from Tyler School of Art. Ryan has worked in all manner of exhibition production and execution in galleries, museums and institutions.  Ryan has pushed the Icebox to reach new communities and audiences through a focus on critically inclusive curation and personal outreach, while ensuring that the Icebox continues to expand the scope of its operations, both in concept and in content.