Based in Philadelphia, Lee Tusman is an artist and curator who works on social, urban projects that combine unconventional visual arts and internet media. He has been in artist residencies at SFPC, Flux Facotry and Babaycastles in NYC and is currently creative director of The Hacktory, directing a residency dedicated to exploring the intersection of contemporary art with new technology. Lee has worked at the Rose Art Museum in Waltham, MA, the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia, PA, and the Riverside Art Museum in Riverside, CA; he has curated projects for CSU Northridge, UC Riverside, UCLA Design Media Arts, Little Berlin Gallery, Space 1026, Ontario College of Art and Design, F.L.O.W. Fest and the Pew Center For Arts & Heritage. In 2013 he curated and directed the Hidden City Philadelphia Festival, a citywide festival of 10 simultaneous exhibitions and performance series at 9 locations across the city. Lee is a graduate of Brandeis University.