Zoë Cohen lives and works in Philadelphia, PA. She received her BA in Fine Arts from Haverford College and her MFA from Brooklyn College. Zoë was a leader of her class of Brooklyn College MFA students who successfully fought the censorship of their MFA Thesis Exhibition by the City of New York. Zoë's work has been exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions in Philadelphia, New York, and Berlin, and is in the permanent collection of The Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art and The Philadelphia Cathedral.
Zoë is an art educator for all ages and is currently a Lecturer at Tyler School of Art at Temple University, and at The University of the Arts. She has also taught at The Philadelphia Museum of Art and has curated exhibitions at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education. Residencies include The Vermont Studio Center, Philadelphia's 40th Street AIR program, and the Artist-in-Residence program at the Philadelphia Cathedral. She has been a Teaching Artist-in-Residence with the National Havurah Committee Institute, at the Appel Farm Arts & Music Center, and with Spiral Q Puppet Theater.