Maddie Hewitt is an interdisciplinary artist working between practices such as performance, video, sculpture, curation, and sound. She earned a BFA in Sculpture from Tyler School of Art. In 2016 she was selected for an artist residency at Artistes en Résidence in Clermont-Ferrand, France, and in 2015 she was an artist in residence at Flux Factory in Long Island City, NY. In addition to being selected for several group exhibitions there, as a Flux Factory resident Hewitt co-curated a group exhibition funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, which was featured in The Creators Project on VICE. She also curated a lecture series highlighting the history of and artwork relating to New York waterways. Hewitt has exhibited her own artwork internationally with most recent venues including: La Cabine (Clermont-Ferrand, France), ACRE TV (Chicago, IL), Flux Factory (Long Island City, NY), Open Space (Baltimore, MD), and Icebox Project Space (Philadelphia, PA). She is a former curatorial member at Little Berlin where her exhibitions were covered by Art F City and the Nicola Midnight St. Claire. Hewitt was Project Manager for Room 21, a site-specific performance funded by the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage and presented by FringeArts and the Barnes Foundation in September 2016. Maddie is currently based in Philadelphia, PA where she works for Ars Nova Workshop and The Artblog, and is an artist member at Vox Populi.