Regin Igloria maintains a multidisciplinary studio practice revolving around teaching and working in arts administration. He has taught a variety of visual arts courses in multiple disciplines for numerous organizations and institutions such as Marwen, Snow City Arts, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Rhode Island School of Design, Illinois State University, and Hyde Park Art Center. In 2010, he founded North Branch Projects, a community bookbinding initiative that allows him to combine his studio practice and teaching to engage new populations, from schools and museums to festivals and private workshops. For 11 years, he managed and directed the residency program at The Ragdale Foundation, where he continues to support the work of other artists as an administrator in various capacities.
His work has been exhibited and collected internationally, including the ANTI Contemporary Art Festival, Out of Site Performance Festival Chicago, Tiger Strikes Asteroid, The Franklin, Zg Gallery, and The Center for Book Arts NYC. He is a recipient of a 3Arts Teaching Artist Award, Propeller Grant, and an Americans for the Arts Fellowship. Residencies include Camargo Foundation, Montello Foundation, Ucross, ACRE, The Wormfarm Institute, and Chicago Art Department. He received his MFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design and his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.