Elizabeth Mackie is an interdisciplinary artist working in photography, video, sound, textiles, and installation. Her accomplishments include fellowships from Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation; two from New Jersey State Council on the Arts, The Center for New Media, Frankfurt, Germany, and NJ Institute of Technology. She received grants from Geraldine R Dodge Foundation; National Science Foundation; and Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Residencies include Visual Studies Workshop, Washington and Jefferson College, and six from Women’s Studio Workshop. Elizabeth’s independent video productions have been screened internationally, broadcast nationally and purchased by WHYY, Philadelphia. She was selected to be a panelist for the 2012 International Sculpture Conference, Art-Science Panel in Chicago; Artist Symposium: Rutgers-Camden Center For The Arts; and The 21st annual New Jersey Book Arts Symposium, Rutgers University
Elizabeth exhibited her work in institutions throughout the United States and abroad, including Australia, Bulgaria, England, Canada, Austria, Poland, Spain, France, Italy, Republic of Cyprus, Germany, Chile and Brazil. During 2016-2019, she was participated in three traveling international exhibitions. In 2016-2018 she exhibited work in Space Invaders, Stedman Gallery, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, Camden, NJ; Paper Pulse, Finesse Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria; Navigating Elements, 2018 Arts Annual Fine Art Exhibition, New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Rowan University Art Galler; Paperscapes, Philadelphia Art Alliance; 22nd Fiber Arts International, Pittsburgh; Artship Olympia, Philadelphia and Between the Threads, Rowan University. Recent exhibitions include: Museum of Paper and Watermark, Fabriano, Italy; Personal Histories, Redland Museum, Australia; Accessorize-The Person & The Place, 2015 NJ Arts Annual; Caucus Exhibition, Society for Photographic Education, New Orleans, LA and Orlando, FL; Warp and Woof, Solo, Nexxt Gallery, NJ; Catagenesis, Globe Dye Works, Philadelphia; Global Warming at the Ice Houses, Crane Art Center, Philadelphia; Women’s Work, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY and Sculptural and Artist Books, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia. In 2014, she was published in Paper Art, 261 International Artists, Germany and 500 Paper Objects, Lark/Sterling publishers.
Elizabeth received an MFA and BFA from University of Maryland and a BS in Mathematics from Salisbury University. She is a Professor at The College of New Jersey and has taught in London, Cuba, and Frankfurt, Germany.