Jeremy Santiago-Horseman is an artist invested in both visual and sonic elements in his practice. Throughout his career, he has exhibited work in galleries and sound venues in New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, and Baltimore. A Maryland native, Santiago-Horseman studied painting at the Schuler School Atelier in Baltimore and received a certificate of Atelier Apprenticeship in 2004. In 2013, he received a B.F.A. from the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts in Connecticut. Santiago- Horseman received his M.F.A degree in Studio Art from Syracuse University, where he worked and studied as a multidisciplinary artist in the schools painting and music. In Syracuse, he was recognized with various scholarships, assistantships and multiple awards, including the Shaffer Award for "Best in Show", Creative Opportunity Grant, and the George J. Vander Sluis Award. During his graduate studies, he was awarded full funding to participate in VPA's Turner Residency at Angel's Gate Cultural Center, Los Angeles. During his residency at Angels Gate Cultural Center in LA, he was included in several gallery exhibitions, including PØST, Sonce Alexander Gallery Mini White Cube, and the Long Beach Arts Council and Museum of Latin American Art. His work is gaining international recognition with his recent inclusion in the International Moscow Biennale for Young Art, an internationally acclaimed venue for contemporary art in Moscow, Russia. His work is in the permanent collections of UCLA School of Ballet, Los Angeles; the Sigmund Balka Collection, New York; and the LeWitt Collection, New York.