Zoë Cohen is a multi-disciplinary visual artist. She received her BA in Fine Arts from Haverford College and her MFA from Brooklyn College. Zoë's work has been exhibited in a variety of exhibition spaces including The National Museum of American Jewish History, The GoggleWorks, The Arlington Art Center, The Abington Art Center, Flux Factory, The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, The Painted Bride Art Center, and Arttransponder (Berlin), and is in the permanent collection of The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, The Philadelphia Cathedral, and the Museum of Art and Peace. Zoë has taught as an Adjunct Professor at Tyler School of Art at Temple University, Moore College of Art and The University of the Arts. Her Studio Residencies include The Vermont Studio Center, Philadelphia's 40th Street AIR program, and the Artist-in-Residence program at the Philadelphia Cathedral. Zoë's studio practice is currently complemented by her work as a labor union organizer for Higher Education faculty and staff.