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corrine m yonce

corrine m yonce

Corrine Yonce is an artist, fair & affordable housing advocate, and documentarian.  Yonce often combines visual art with ethnographic media, including audio interviews, house-hold objects, and photographs. Her story-centered figurative paintings and installations dig into the concepts of home and housing from a community and personal perspective. She is the founder of the Voices of Home project, a seven year partnership with the Vermont Affordable Housing Coalition and housing providers across the state where she interviewed residents about “home” and co-created art installations and portraits. Corrine Yonce is currently completing her MFA at the Maryland Institute College of Arts as a Leslie King Hammond fellow and Alfred T Granger scholar. Yonce is currently a Generator Makerspace resident to produce works for the public art series, “Longing is Just Our Word for Knowing.” She lives and works in Winooski, Vermont and teaches tenant skills and Fair Housing workshops with the Fair Housing Project of CVOEO. 

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