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Stephen Eakin received a B.F.A. in both Studio Art and Film Studies from University of the Pacific in Stockton, California, and an M.F.A. from the University of Minnesota with an emphasis in Experimental and Media Arts. He returned to Stockton to teach as an Adjunct instructor in the Department of Visual Arts at University of the Pacific, Sacramento State University and American River College in Sacramento. After three years of teaching, he relocated to Brooklyn, New York to continue his work as an artist. Eakin has shown in juried exhibitions such as The International Juried Show at Rogue Space in Chelsea, New York City, Open Door at Rosalux Gallery in Minneapolis, Minnesota, The 4th National Juried Exhibition at Axis Gallery in Sacramento, and The San Joaquin International Film Festival in Stockton. He has exhibited video, film, installation, and sculptural projects in Minneapolis, Reno, Berkeley, Sacramento, Stockton, New York City, Kalamata, Winnipeg, and Texas, and last year completed a two-month residency in Budapest. He recently exhibited at the Wassaic Project Festival in Wassaic, New York, and has upcoming exhibitions at the Thomas Hunter Project Space at Hunter College, New York, and the Invisible Dog in Brooklyn, where he will discuss his work as part of a selected panel.