Jennifer Dalton Vincent is a Rhode Island-based artist / arts ambassador whose real and unrealized artworks trade heavily in humor and social commentary. She currently serves as Festival Director for the Pawtucket Arts Festival and Executive Director for the Congress for the New Urbanism, New England.
She received her B.A. from Brown University’s Department of Modern Culture and Media, and her thesis project, No Mugging, caused quite a stir on Providence's ABC 6 News, Channel 12 EyeWitness News, and the Providence Journal. Her most recent curatorial project, Setting Out, has been written about in Hyperallergic. Her artwork has been supported by grants and curatorial commissions - most notably, from apexart in NYC - and has been featured at the RISD Museum.
Before graduating from Brown University, she owned and operated the Nat Porter, a restaurant in Warren, Rhode Island dedicated to sustainable food ways.