Corina Larkin
Executive Director

Corina Larkin is a visual artist, writer, and arts administrator. A longtime resident of New York City, she is the former Executive Director of the CUE Foundation, where she organized the CUE Artist Empowerment Awards. Prior to becoming an arts administrator, she worked as a management consultant in the media and telecommunications industries. Ms. Larkin also served as an editor of the ArtSeen section of The Brooklyn Rail. She holds degrees from Cornell University, the University of Pennsylvania and SAIS/Johns Hopkins University, and Purchase College.

Emily Davidson
Program Director

Emily Davidson is the Program Director of Trellis Art Fund. She is an artist and arts professional who lives and works in Brooklyn. Prior to working at Trellis, she spent seven years as a Museum Liaison and Artist Liaison at Canada in Tribeca, and served as Director at Mrs. Gallery in Queens. Davidson’s paintings have been exhibited at venues such as Sarah Brook Gallery, Los Angeles; GERTRUDE in Great Barrington, Massachusetts; Safe Gallery, Marvin Gardens, Orgy Park, all in Brooklyn; Embajada, San Juan, Puerto Rico; Woodmere Museum of Art, Vox Populi, FJORD, Pilot Projects, Crane Arts, all in Philadelphia; and the University Gallery at Richard Stockton College, Galloway, New Jersey. She has contributed interviews to BOMB Magazine and occasionally curates. Alongside her partner, Stuart Lorimer, she ran a gallery in Brooklyn called Bannerette (from 2014–17.) She holds a BFA from the Art Academy of Cincinnati and earned an MFA in painting at Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Philadelphia.

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