Biocultura hosts short-term invited residencies for artists, designers and practitioners. Our residents to date have been:

KB Jones creates paintings, installations and performances. Recent projects include Landscapers, a series of paintings on fabric and shade screen with The National Park Service in the Santa Monica Mountains and Drying Line, an evolving outdoor art installation for the Keap Fourth Community Garden in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Her work has also been presented recently at The Sunview Lunchnet in New York City, High Desert Test Sites, SITE Santa Fe and The Belconnen Art Centre in Australia. KB's mural work featuring students of the Land Arts of the American West can be seen covering Biocultura's patio.

Chip Thomas is a photographer, public artist, activist and physician who has been working between Monument Valley and The Grand Canyon on the Navajo nation since 1987. There, he coordinates the Painted Desert Project – a community building project which manifests as a constellation of murals across the Navajo Nation painted by artists from all over the rez + the world. His large scale photographs highlighting young farmers of the Hopi Permaculture Institute wrap the facade of Biocultura.

Snow Yunxue Fu has exhibited her 3d animation work nationally and internationally, including the Hong Kong Arts Center, ISEA2016 in Hong Kong, Expo Chicago, Hongli Chen Art Museum, Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology in Connecticut, Digital Culture Center in Mexico City, Zhou B Art Center in Chicago, Chicago Artist Coalition, Kunsthalle Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art, MoMA PopRally Screening. Biocultura hosted Snow during her participation in the Santa Fe Currents New Media Festival.

Biocultura hosts a series of LASER talks with presenters working in both art and science. See presenter bios.