Sherry Antonini is a writer and interdisciplinary artist. Her art-making practice combines writing with photography, sound, fiber-based materials, and found objects to create pieces for print, performance, and site-specific installation. Her work has been featured in solo and group exhibitions and she has participated in several collaborative performance projects incorporating sound, video, movement, music, and text. These projects have been shown in galleries, museums, and theater spaces across the US, including The Art Institute of Chicago, The Chicago Cultural Center, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Sherry Antonini holds an MFA in Writing and an MFA in Photography. She is an Associate Professor, Adj. at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she has been teaching for over two decades. She currently teaches in the Early College Program, in SAIC’s Department of Liberal Arts, and the Writing Program.