MING Studios is an international contemporary art center and residency program.
Our mission is to exhibit, experience and explore contemporary arts and culture.
Our purpose is educational, non-profit, community driven, multicultural, collaborative, participatory, public and relevant.
We provide exhibition space and resources for featured international artists, whom we support through our Artist In Residency Program and encourage to create new work that is influenced by their experience and collaborations at MING Studios.
We also serve our community by hosting innovative programs including workshops and cultural activities, performances, screenings, readings and artist talks .
Jason Morales: Founder
Jason founded MING Studios to introduce international artists to Idaho through an Artist In Residency program, to host art installations and exhibitions that would not otherwise be accessible to Idahoans, and to offer new opportunities for regional artists. Jason also works for Microsoft on the US Education team specializing in data analytics, and he teaches a course as an Adjunct Professor at Boise State University in the College of Business and Economics.
Camilla Dahlin: Development Coordinator
Camilla has always had an interest in contemporary art and is active as an artist in many ways. In 2002 she received her Bachelors Degree in Theater Performance from Oregon State University. Her career turned toward fashion and beauty, eventually taking her to Los Angeles to work with some of the industry’s top editorial creatives. Currently, Camilla has combined her experience in production to continue to work as a visual artist in her studio, on set, in the salon, and at MING.
Kristen Cooper: AIR Program Director
Kristen is a conceptual artist whose work has been exhibited internationally (China, Finland, Thailand, The Netherlands, Germany, Mexico). She has traveled extensively; collaborating with artists and co-curating exhibitions. Kristen received a B.F.A. from the Maryland Institute, College of Art and a M.F.A. from the Dutch Art Institute, in the Netherlands. She currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany.