Veronica Cross is a visual artist whose practice includes painting, video/film, photography, and installation. Outside of her individual studio practice, Ms Cross has worked in the realms of Visual and Performing Arts in creator/performer roles, and also as director, curator, arts writer, and special events organizer. To additionally support her studio work and projects, Ms Cross has dealt in antiques and collectibles, a field which directly informs her interest in place, personal-as-political histories, and material culture.
A returning New Orleans resident, Ms Cross’s exhibitions and projects have been based in Louisiana, New York City, New England, and the U.K. Ms Cross attended the School of Visual Arts and SUNY Empire State College in New York City; she received her BA in Art & Entrepreneurial Studies with a minor in Art History from the University of Southern Maine and her MFA in Visual Art from Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Currently, Ms Cross is developing a documentary film on New Orleans St. Joseph altar traditions. She lives in Treme with her family. For more information, please visit https://veronicacross.com or https://vimeo.com/veronicacross