I am mom, a teacher , a student, a mentor and a bad speller.
I am politically incorrect, I like fast cars, I prefer a beaten up Asbury Park to the Hamptons.
I believe we each have a responsibility to be the example for the person next to us , even if it’s at our own expense.video
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Christene Selleck has worked internationally, installing window displays everywhere from Moscow to Hong Kong to South America, as well as designing award winning trade-show booths across the United States. In New York, Christene acted as the Visual Director for the Galleria Mall in White Plains, which included designing and installing large-scale seasonal decor while creating visual branding strategies for dozens of stores throughout the Metropolitan area. Her expertise ranges from the corporate office installations of Live Nation to the original holiday designs and installations featured at Radio City Musical Hall.
Selleck is the creator of Art on the Street, a revolving collective of multiple artists working in an array of media. Art on the Street was a pioneer in trendy Soho when it began in 1990. Born across the street from Leo Castelli and next to Mary Boone, Art on the Street was conceived as a program to bring fine art into the retail exhibition environment, and in so doing, give emerging artists the opportunity to be seen by the masses. Since it’s inception Art on the Street has now developed exhibition opportunities in multiple environments ranging from galleries, public art forums as well as public large scale interactive installations.
Over the two decades, Art on the Street has showcased dozens of painters, sculptors, and illustrators. Program creator Christene Selleck continues to coordinate Art on the Street and has recently installed several public large scale interactive art projects reaching 75,000 viewers at a time.
When not creating visual packages for artists and retailers, Christene is on the Board of Directors for a handful of Children’s Charitable Organizations such as Co- Director of The Police Athletic League and Co-director of Children for Youth Council Services of New Jersey and has created outreach programs coupling disadvantage youth with art and mentoring activities.
Christene currently teaches Exhibition Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) and The Art Institute of New York. She has also taught at The Laboratory Institute of Merchandising. Currently she is a Masters Candidate at New York University s Masters Degree Program in Professional Studies at New York University with the Interactive Telecommunications Program.