Image Faculty Title Assistant Professor Education MFA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee BA, Grinnell College As an artist and writer, Regan Golden-McNerney's images and essays explore how relationships within nature are constructed and evolve overtime. Golden’s large-scale collages and intricate drawings are inspired by persistent plants thriving in the wild urban prairies and forests found across the Twin Cities. Her artwork has been exhibited in solo and group shows both nationally and internationally, including Gallery 44: Centre for Contemporary Photography in Toronto, Gallery 400 in Chicago, the Cue Foundation in New York City, and the Soo Visual Art Center in Minneapolis. She has received grants and fellowships from the Jerome Foundation, the National Science Foundation, the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and the Core Program at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Recent publications include,“Seeing Plants: Vision and Botany in Contemporary Art” in *MnArtists* and “Collage as a Way of Living” in *March International Journal*.