Eliza Newman-Saul is a product designer, researcher and artist based in Seattle, Washington. She is currently enrolled in the Masters of Human Computer Interaction + Design at the University of Washington and will be looking for opportunities in the fall 2018.
I have an MFA in Visual Arts and my artworks have been exhibited at the Witte de With (Rotterdam, NL), Irish Museum of Modern Art (Dublin, IE), W139 (Amsterdam, NL), Artspeak (Vancouver, CA) and in galleries from coast to coast. Selected past residencies include De Ateliers (Amsterdam, NL), Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (Skowhegan, Maine) and Millay Colony (Austerlitz, NY).
I ran a successful business restoring historic houses and managing rental properties. The oldest house I ever bought was a stone house from the 1780s.
WRITER & EDITOR
My writings have appeared in N+1's first pamphlet, Performance Research Journal and a number of poetry magazines. I have edited textbooks, academic articles and gallery notes for European artists.
I worked as a development associate, creating brochures, created websites and launched CRMs for a variety of non-profits.