Ken Amarit is an artist, crafter, programmer, and independent video game maker. Ken received his BFA in Film from the University of Colorado, Boulder and will begin his Masters at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program in Fall 2013.

Based in the Vinegar Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, Ken's studio doubles as a food and natural dye garden (or rather, the garden doubles as his studio). His video games are crafted from felted wool then stop motion animated, and his wool comes from local cotswold and border leicester sheep (as well a family of golden retrievers and any other interesting fibers he can get his hands on).

Ken is excited to be working on a new game during his open studios residency. You can learn more at www.ohmy.me.

Current Studio Artists

Amal Khan, Interdisciplinary , Tuesday

Sophia Narrett, Embroidery, Wednesday

Carla Duarte, Interdisciplinary , Thursday

Uta Bekaia, Interdisciplinary and Performance, Friday

WonJung Choi, Sculpture, Saturday

Rodger Stevens, Sculpture, Sunday

Jes Fan, Interdisciplinary, Tuesday–Friday and Sunday