Torey Erin is a multi-disciplinary Minneapolis based curator, writer, and multidisciplinary artist primarily working in sculpture, painting, installation, and moving image. Her work challenges sensory experiences, immersion, and performances of the body. Torey holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Torey is a recipient of the Springboard for the Arts Hinge Artist Residency, Blacklock Sanctuary Fellowship, UMN Art Department Scholarship, DAAD Scholarship, Kutzik Family Scholarship, Art Scholarship Fund, and the Quirt Memorial Fund. Torey has been included in recent group exhibitions at Public Functionary, Q2 Gallery, Rosalux Gallery, Yeah Maybe Project Space, FilmNorth, and has created costume and set/interior design at First Avenue, the Palace Theater, and the Cedar Cultural Center in Minneapolis. Torey’s films have been featured in the Duluth Film Festival, Pleasureland at the Trylon Cinema, and Headwaters Film Festival (Best Experiemental Video award winner). Torey recently received her two first solo exhibitions at Q2 Gallery and Soo Visual Art Center in Minneapolis (2019). Torey been an independent curator and served as a gallery panelist for Twin Cities exhibition spaces at Springboard for the Arts. Torey is the Exhibitions and Artist Programs Manager at Minnesota Center for Book Arts, where she has curated several exhibitions and organizes artist programs, critiques, and artist lectures.