Ronna Nemitz is a Phoenix-based artist whose work examines memory, notions of time, gesture, and autobiography. She received a BFA (1995) from The University of Wyoming and an MFA (2011) from Arizona State University. While studying art at Arizona State University, she received the prestigious Martin Wong Foundation Painting Award. Her projects include Listen, a sculptural and sound installation in downtown Scottsdale, commissioned by INFLUX and Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. Other projects include Homesickness and Other Endeavors, an installation that renovated the Eric Fischl Gallery into a domestic residence. And, Paper Thin Walls, a projection dominated installation about the intricate relationship of her parent's marriage featured at Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix, AZ. Her most recent work, Amnesia and Other Stories, is an on-going multi-media project that examines life cycles of loss and manipulates photographic portraits to visualize the operation of memory. Nemitz teaches art at Phoenix College and Mesa Community College. Her work has been featured on Artistaday.com and highlike.org.