Richard Barlow is an artist, musician, and educator living in Minneapolis. Over the past five years, he has worked as an adjunct professor at MCAD, CVA, St. Cloud State University, and Macalester College, and during the summer he teaches at the Interlochen Center for the Arts in Michigan. Locally his work has been shown at Thomas Barry Fine Arts and Soo Visual Arts Center, among others. And his art multiples have been featured at the Chambers, Manufactory, and at the Walker Art Center's MN Made.
In the past year, Barlow was a featured artist in the Springboard for the Arts Community Supported Art program, and he took part in the juried Great Lakes Drawing Biennial and the Arrowhead Biennial. Most recently, he was a recipient of a Clean City Minneapolis Graffiti Abatement Mural grant. And each year, he organizes and curates the Heliotrope festival of local underground music.