Chemin Hsiao is a visual artist based in Queens and Brooklyn (Chashama Studio Space), New York. Hsiao received his BFA and MFA from the School of Visual Arts. He was a recipient of New Work Grant (2017 & 2019) and ArtSite Public Art Commissioning (2018) from Queens Council on the Arts.
Hsiao has taken part in artist residencies at the Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts in Canada, SU-CASA Residency in New York, and the Cuttyhunk Island Artist Residency in Massachusetts. He is recently selected as one of the ProjectArt resident artists in Windsor Park Library (Queens), and a fellow at the ARTWorks, Inc. program supported by the Jerome Foundation at the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning. He also participated in the 2016 Immigrant Artist Program at the New York Foundation for the Arts.
He has exhibited in solo exhibition at Queens Botanical Garden, and group exhibitions at New York Foundation for the Arts, Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, El Taller Art Center, New York Hall of Science, Abrons Arts Center, E. Tay Gallery, Local Project Art Space, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Taipei Cultural Center, Maggi Peyton Gallery, Society of illustrator Gallery, Gallery Nucleus in the United States, and LiTE-HAUS Galerie and Direktorenhaus Gallery in Berlin, Germany.
Beside his studio practice, Hsiao held painting and printmaking workshops at Queens Botanical Garden. He also taught visual art classes to seniors in SU-CASA artist in residence program at Nan Shan Senior Center in Flushing, and to teenagers at high schools through Abrons Arts Center in NYC.