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Bill Gusky is a multidisciplinary visual artist and a writer of short stories, novellas, screenplays, and other fictions. He has exhibited throughout the United States, and his artwork is featured in many private collections. His writing has appeared in Dark Matter Magazine, Feathertale Journal, in award-winning educational and entertainment software released under license from Mattel, Warner Bros, and Universal, and in promotions for public broadcasting organizations APT, PBS, and NPR. Additionally he has written by request for exhibitions and artist catalogs.

Gusky completed his BFA at Pratt Institute while assisting in the studios of artist Marcia Hafif and artist/explorer Reid Stowe. Gusky’s MFA was earned at Massachusetts College of Art and Design where he consulted with artists Thomas Nozkowski, Polly Apfelbaum, and Louise Fishman.

Among numerous distinctions Gusky was a finalist in the J.F. Powers Prize for Short Fiction and the Barry Hannah Prize in Fiction. He served as visiting artist at the International Workshop and Presentation on Contemporary Experimental Art at the University of Kalyani. He was awarded a St. Botolph Club Foundation Emerging Artist Grant. He served as artist-in-residence at the Museum of Lower Shaker Village in Enfield, New Hampshire. He served on a panel of distinguished art blog writers held at Agni Gallery in Chelsea. And he has performed in art video.

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