The White Page Collective
Alanah Luger-Guillaume is a visual artist and Co-Founder of The White Page, a collectively run gallery; studio; and residency program. Alanah attended Alfred University School of Art and Design and graduated in 2010 with a BFA and New York State K-12 Visual Art Teaching Certification. She has maintained an active studio practice concentrated in painting, and has participated in exhibitions at galleries such as Yeah Maybe and TuckUnder Projects of Minneapolis as well as The Front in New Orleans, LA and The Cohen Gallery in Alfred, NY.
Kate Sheldon is a Co-Founder of The White Page. Kate attended Alfred University School of Art and Design and graduated with a BFA and New York State K-12 Visual Art Teaching Certification. She has worked with the Access Program Department of the Art Gallery New South Wales in Sydney, Australia as well as on the install team for the Sydney Biennale. She has participated in exhibitions at The Cohen Gallery in Alfred, NY, and TuckUnder Projects and Yeah Maybe of Minneapolis.
Rebecca Spangenthal is a Co-Founder of The White Page. She attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, where she received her BFA in 2012. Alongside gallery work, she continues to develop her individual studio practices- making clothing, music and sculpture. She has exhibited in galleries including: The Front, New Orleans LA; A.P.E. Ltd., Northampton MA; Yeah Maybe, Minneapolis MN and The Family Business Gallery, NYC.