Courtney Egan is represented by Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans.















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M.F.A 1993 Fine Art, Maryland Institute College of Art (Graduate Art Award)
B.A. 1988 Art, Millsaps College (magna cum laude)

Exhibitions and Screenings

NOLA NOW Part II, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans LA. Curator: Don Marshall
Lost and Found: Louisiana's Landscapes Revisited, Acadiana Center for the Arts, Lafayette, LA. Curator: Brian Guidry
Zen Dixie, group show in private residence, Atlanta, GA. Curator: John Otte
Uniquely Louisiana, Louisiana State University Museum of Art, Baton Rouge, LA. Curator: Natalie Mault
Louisiana Contemporary Annual Juried Competition, Ogden Museum of Art, New Orleans LA. Juror: Rene Paul Barilleaux

The World According to New Orleans, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa TX. Curator: Dan Cameron
Constant Abrasive Irritation Produces the Pearl: A Disease of the Oyster! - Lenny Bruce, The Pearl, P.2 Satellite Site, New Orleans, LA. Curator: John Otte

Field Recordings, solo show, Heriard-Cimino Gallery, New Orleans, LA
Hurricane Season shorts program, ISSUE Project Room, Brooklyn, NY

Land Marks, the Vestiges Project, Opal Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Frontier Preachers, group show at the Soap Factory, Minneapolis MN. Curator: Jayme McLellan
Score and Script, group show of video work, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, LA. Curator: Claire Tancons

Deep Water Markers: Franklin Avenue, an AORTA project, New Orleans, LA
*Sound of Silence, Antenna, New Orleans LA
Way Down South in New Orleans, Civilian Art Projects, group show, Washington DC, Austin TX, and New Orleans LA
Futurity, Heriard-Cimino Gallery, New Orleans
Now, it was, Galerie Lafyette, Lafayette LA
Black Maria Film and Video Festival, Director’s Choice Orphans Film Symposium

New Media, New Art, Carroll Gallery, Tulane University, New Orleans
National Museum of Women in the Arts Film Festival, Washington D.C.
MadCat Women’s International Film Festival
Deep Water Dates, site-specific installation with Art in Action, New Orleans
New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival

*Inductive, Loyola University, Diboll Gallery, New Orleans
Therefore I Live, screening, Eyedrum, Atlanta, GA
The Vestiges Project, installation of Waterfall, collaboration with Ann Schwab, Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans

Syracuse International Film and Video Festival
Mad Cat International Women’s Film Festival
New York Underground Film Festival
The 43rd Ann Arbor Film Festival Tour

Grants, Awards, Fellowships, Residencies

LDOA grant to attend Creative Capital workshop

Career Advancement grant, Louisiana Division of the Arts
Mini Grant, Louisiana Cultural Economy Foundation
Fellow, Flaherty Film Seminar
Director’s Choice 3rd Prize, Black Maria Film and Video Festival

Santa Fe Art Institute Visual Arts Residency
Pollack-Krasner stipend in association with the Santa Fe Art Institute

Judge, Ann Arbor Film Festival

Isabella Liddell Award, The Ann Arbor Film Festival

Arts Teachers Fellowship, Surdna Foundation
Pittsburgh Filmmakers Artist’s Residency

Media Arts Fellowship, Louisiana Division of the Arts
40 Under 40, The Gambit Weekly
Award for Excellence in Media Arts Education, New Orleans Video Access Center

Related Professional Work

Faculty, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Media Arts Department
Artist lectures, presentations at Loyola University and Tulane University

Member, Press Street literary and visual arts collective

Curator, Keep On Keepin’ On, New Orleans Human Rights Film Festival 2008
Video artist, Flight, original theatre production by Jeff Becker, Artspot Productions and Mondo Bizarro

Outside Assessor, Fine Arts Department, Loyola University New Orleans
Co-creator, New Orleans contemporary visual arts blog, Artswamp

Co-curator, New Orleans Parallax, Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, NY Curator, Back and Forth, short works from New Orleans filmmakers spanning 1985-2007, for the New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival 2007

Curator, Below Sea Level Stories: Short Works from the Sinking City of New Orleans, for the New Orleans Human Rights Film Festival 2006
Juror’s Presentation, Ann Arbor Film Festival