Rachel Rossin ’05

Multimedia Artist

Rachel Rossin graduated from The King’s Academy in 2005. She studied graphic design and art history at Florida State University,  where she also founded The Greenhouse Project to benefit Uganda’s Greenhouse Orphanage. She is a multimedia artist who works in oil painting, installation, and digital programming (CAD and virtual reality). Rossin is a virtual reality fellow in residence at New Inc., New Museum’s art incubator. Recent solo exhibits of her work have been held at Elliott Levenglick Gallery, New York; Signal, Brooklyn; Spring/Break Art Show, New York; Schoolhouse Projects with Ideas City, New York; and the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens, Jacksonville, Florida. Her virtual reality work was reviewed in the New York Times.