April 2022 - Meet the Artists, Creekside Arts in Bloom, Art Show

Seven international visual, literary and performing artists are coming for our three-week  Spring Artist in Residence program , starting May 15th.  You have met four. This month you will meet three more.

Mohamed Harb

Born in 1979, Mohamed Harb holds a BA in fine art, (major in decoration) from Al Najah University, Nablus, 2001. He is a member of the Palestinian Association for Fine Artists. In 2007, Mohamed was nominated by Palestine TV for a course in preparation and directing programs at the Institute of Egyptian Radio and TV, Cairo. He also holds a silver medal from the Fifth European-Arab Festival of photography, Germany (2008). He was granted funding from major institutions on numerous occasions for various projects. Instagram: @mohamedharb_art

Hayden Casey

Hayden Casey is a writer, musician, and MFA candidate at Arizona State University. His fiction has appeared in Witness and Bat City Review. His music is available at haydencasey.bandcamp.com

Brittany Bradley

Brittany R. Bradley is an award-winning alternative process photographer and an established museum and gallery professional. Her work has been featured in group exhibits at the Center for Photographic Art, the San Francisco Arts Commission, Photos De Femmes, the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts, and the Seattle Erotic Arts Festival. As a museum collections registrar, Bradley has worked with the collections of renowned photographers including Andrew J. Russell, Dorothea Lange, Anne Brigman, and Joanne Leonard. She studied photography with Nigel Poor and Douglas Dertinger at Sacramento State University, and she holds a B.A. in Photography. She studied the wet- plate collodion process with France Scully Osterman in Rochester, New York, and with David Emitt Adams and Claire A. Warden in Benabbio, Italy. Bradley uses a mobile darkroom to bring collodion photography to the public via demonstrations and artist talks.

Brittany’s Website

First Annual Creekside Arts in Bloom

2pm Art, Wine, Pizza
Music by Good Company

3pm Introduction to Creekside Arts Collective
More music by Good Company

3:40pm The Duck Variations by David Mamet
Music by the Fusilli Brothers

4:30 Poetry by Ian Jewett

Wine by North Story Wines, cider by Wrangletown Cider Co.

By invitation only. Please email  info@creeksidearts.org for more information.


Creekside Arts is  designed and created to bring together artistic residencies, workshops and performances. Our goal is to create an environment in which creative artists and audiences interact in a positive and structured way to learn from and inform each other and then bring that learning into the larger Humboldt community. To that end Creekside Arts is committed to equity and welcomes people from diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences.