Marcy B. Freedman

Video and performance art, digital collage, and more

Studio #203, 1006 Brown Street, Peekskill, NY




Marcy B. Freedman      Marcy B. Freedman is an artist and art historian who lives and works in Westchester County, NY.   She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley, her first master’s degree (in Renaissance studies) from the University of Michigan, and her second master’s degree (in Modern Art) from Princeton University. Freedman has been an instructor of art and art history at Pace University, Marymount Manhattan College, Fordham University, and Westchester Community College.   She taught abroad, working for the European Division of the University of Maryland in Belgium, Spain, and Greece.  She has utilized her background in art history by writing, curating, and lecturing in various public venues. As a visual artist, Freedman has explored a variety of artistic media – from painting, photography, and small sculpture to digital collage, video, and performance art.  Her works have been shown in more than 350 exhibitions around the country.  She has presented solo performances in Manhattan, Peekskill, Garrison, Beacon, New Paltz, Katonah, Croton-on-Hudson, Tarrytown, North Salem, Rye Brook, Staten Island, Yonkers, and Woodstock, New York, as well as Columbus, Ohio and Austin, Texas. Collaboration is an important part of Marcy’s artistic life.  She has worked on dozens of video projects with Gene Panczenko.  She is a founding member of EYE, a group of artists who present live, improvisational painting performances. For four years, she was part of The Cathouse Associates, creating and exhibiting collaborative drawings, collages, and small sculptures. She has performed with dancers and musicians in live, multi-media spectacles. Most recently, Freedman joined forces with two other artists to form In_Question.  This group creates large public installations, curates exhibitions, and stages various events in order to provoke thought, encourage conversation, and inspire action in response to the current social and political situation in the United States.