Ariel Baron-Robbins is an interdisciplinary artist who works with Digital Media and Drawing. She is the founder and director of Loop Art Critique, an experimental residency program in partnership with The MUD Foundation. She has an MFA in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of South Florida and has taught Drawing and Digital Art throughout South Florida for over a decade. Throughout this time, she has exhibited her artwork. She has also organized and participated in multiple panels at national and international art conferences. These include "Square Peg, Round Hole" at the FATE Conference, a panel about teaching digital media and “Interdisciplinary Collaboration in the University Arts Department” at the ATINER Conference in Athens, Greece.
She currently lives in Miami, Florida and New York City.