Lynda Monick-Isenberg is a visual artist and educator on equal terms exhibiting her artwork in group and solo exhibitions locally and nationally.
Her work is included in private and public collections including the Minnesota History Center, Minneapolis Institute of Art, and Weisman Art Museum. Her most recent artwork is rooted in the principles of social justice and environmentalism, raising questions of equity and opportunities to address change.
Monick-Isenberg has developed curriculum and taught at the University of Minnesota, Hamline University, College of Visual Arts, and MCAD. She has worked as an arts integration education consultant, peer coach, and teaching artist across many section of her community with a variety of arts organizations including Perpich Center for Arts Education, suburban public and charter schools, Mia, Weisman Art Museum, and Walker Art Center, in addition to many community organizations in Minnesota and beyond. An original WARM member, founding member of Form+Content Gallery, and board member of the Rimon Jewish Arts Council, she currently co-directs the Drawing Project, an urban roving community arts experience, co-facilitates the Jewish Arts Lab, and actively participates in the arts community in the Twin Cities. She is proud to call MCAD her academic home.