Mike Schuh is an artist and art organizer. He recently co-founded Regards, a contemporary art gallery in Chicago, and has worked in exhibition planning and archiving at Susanne Veilmetter Los Angeles Projects, and the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis. While in St. Louis he was also a co-founder of the exhibition and performance venue fort gondo.compound for the arts. As an artist he has participated in the exhibitions Heavenly Choice at the President's Gallery, Harold Washington College; MASS TECH ERR, at Beverly, St. Louis; The Dead of Winter at PSA Projects, Chicago; Wall Text, at the Logan Center for the Arts, Chicago; Two Histories of the World at William H. Cooper Mfg. and the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago; Occupation at Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago; Interruptions at No 1, Brooklyn, and Broken Umbrellas at Laurel Gitlen Gallery, New York. Mike studied filmmaking at Syracuse University, where he earned his BFA in 2001. He earned his MFA at the University of Chicago in Visual Art in 2009. Mike was also an artist in residence in 2010 at the Banff Art Centre.