SOLO / TWO PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2017    Nocturnal Lights, (Two Person Exhibition with Robin Kang), Mathilde Hatzenberger Gallery, Brussels, Belgium (catalog)

2017    Mother, (Two Person Exhibition with Julia Oldham), The Art Gym, Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR (catalog)

2016    Under The Sea, (Solo), Thomas Hunter Project Gallery, Hunter College, New York, NY

2016    Close Encounters, (Two Person Exhibition with Chris Held), Beverly's, New York, NY

2015    Dark Crystal, (Two Person Exhibition with Kevin Curran), Reservoir Art Space, Queens, NY

2014    Lord Have Mercy, (Solo), Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA

2013    Death Valley, (Solo), Airplane Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2013    Blonde Ambition, (Solo), Linfield Gallery, Linfield College, McMinnville, OR

2013    A Horse a Piece, (Two Person Exhibition with Chris Held), Kiehle Art Gallery, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN

2012    The Precious Object, (Solo), Thomas Hunter Project Gallery, Hunter College, New York, NY

2011    Monster, (Solo), Artcite: Artist Run Center for the Contemporary Arts, Windsor, Ontario, Canada

2010    Blindsight, (Solo), Dubhe Carreno Gallery, Chicago, IL

2010    Whale Ocean Disco Party, (Two Person Exhibition with Pam Valfer), Art of This Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

2010    Flora/Fauna, (Two Person Exhibition), Milwaukee Union Art Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

2009    We Believe in Something, (Solo), Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN (catalog)

2009    Eat Your Heart Out, (Two Person Exhibition), Rogue Buddha Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

2008    Must Find Truth, (Solo), Gallery Homeland, Portland, OR

2007    Lost Wisdom, (Solo), Portland Art Center, Portland, OR

2006    Muscle Memory, (Solo), Sugar Gallery, Portland, OR

2004    In Between, (Solo), Eisentrager-Howard Gallery, Lincoln, NE

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2018

Nasty Women NCECA Exhibition, NCECA* Conference, Carnehie, PA (forthcoming) 

2017

Very Far Away From Anywhere Else, AA Collections, Vienna, Austria (forthcoming)

One Night Stand, Curated by Brigitte Mulholland and Ryan Michael Ford, W Hotel, New York, NY (forthcoming)

Vive Benefit, Curated by Rachel Phillps and Anna Ortiz, Honey Ramka, Brooklyn, NY (forthcoming)

Home Is Where The Heart Is, Curated by Andrew Cornell Robinson, Jim Osman & Anna Kustera, Kustera Projects, Brooklyn, NY

Alien God, Bushwick Gallery Petite, Bushwick, NY

Not The End, Mirror Shields Project for Standing Rock, Curated by Aaron Krach & Melinda Wang, Equity Gallery, New York, NY

Psychic Dream Girls, Curated by Rachel Phillips, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, NY

JONALD DUDD: Show Mein, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, NY

Mini Art Fair, with Mathilde Hatzenberger Gallery, Salon Zürcher, New York, NY

Infinite Darkness, The Lodge Gallery, New York, NY

Scofflaws, NCECA* Conference, PNCA Galleries, Portland, OR

Successive Excessive, Curated by Chris Bors and Fred Fleisher, The Parlour Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY

Nasty Women Show, Mathilde Hatzenberger Gallery, Brussels, Belgium

Nurture Art Benefit, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY

Wassaic Winter Benefit, The Invisible Dog, Brooklyn, NY

2016

Selected Works (Oeuvres Choisies), Mathilde Hatzenberger Gallery, Brussels, Belgium (catalog)

Salon Zürcher, 15th Edition of the Mini Fair - 6 Galleries: NYC, Beijing, Brussels, Salon Zürcher, Paris, France

Knife Hits, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Curated by Rachel Phillips, New York, NY

Or Bust, Honey Ramka, Bushwick, NY

Six Years in Six Weeks, Regina Rex, New York, NY

Monsters in America, International Cryptozoology Museum, Portland, ME

The Horror Show, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn, NY (catalog)

The Wassaic Project Winter Benefit, The Invisible Dog, Brooklyn, NY

Present Company's Fire SalePresent Company, Brooklyn, NY

In Our Backyard: Tristate of Mind, Curated by Leslie Ferrin, Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY

Appetite For Destruction, The Wassaic Project, Maxon Mills, Wassaic, NY

UNL Ceramics Alumni Exhibition, Eisentrager Howard Gallery, Lincoln, NE

2015

Miami Beach Gift Shop, Curated by Brian Whiteley, SATELLITE Art Show, Miami, FL

Tropic-Aire Market, Regina Rex, New York, NY

Befana's Secret Booty, Orgy Park, Bushwick, NY

Material Myth, Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, New York, NY

Static Cling 2, BAM, Brooklyn, NY (catalog)

Jonald Dudd, NYC Design Week, Pop Up Exhibition, New York, NY

Neo-Craftivism, The Parlour Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY

Torn and Fired, Curated by Jason Andrew, Outlet, Brooklyn, NY

Haunted Summer, Curated by Keri Oldham, One Mile Gallery, Kingston, NY

Vitreous, R. Jampol Projects, New York, NY

Deep End, The Wassaic Project, Maxon Mills, Wassaic, NY

Magic Object, Curated by Rico Gatson, 99 Cent Plus Gallery, Bushwick, NY

The Elements of Desire, Curated by Stephanie Young (Beautiful Decay), Central Booking, New York, NY

Open Call: The Artist Studio, BRIC, Brooklyn, NY

Introverse, Yashar Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Jay Invitation of Clay 2015, Curated by Jason Andrew, Norte Maar Projects, The Jay House, Jay, NY

 2014  

The Bushwick 500: Drawing Show for Charity, Curated by Chris Harding, English Kills, Bushwick, NY

Steal This, Denny Gallery, New York, NY  

Noir, The Royal, Curated by Jason Clay Lewis, Brooklyn, NY

The Right Amount of Wrong, ISE Cultural Foundation, New York, NY (catalog)

A Clay Bestiary, The Hunterdon Art Museum, Clinton, NJ

Within the Menagerie, Curated by Jill Foote-Hutton, Pritzlaff Building, NCECA* Conference, Milwaukee, WI

Jay Invitation of Clay, Curated by Jason Andrew, Norte Maar Projects, The Jay House, Jay, NY

Roundtable Critique, Curated by Risa Shoup, Shoestring Press, Brooklyn, NY

Show # 21: Top 10 Runners-Up, Curated by Deborah Brown, Field Projects Gallery, New York, NY

2013

Thanks, Curated by Adam Parker-Smith, Lu Magnus Gallery, New York, NY

Transmissions, Airplane Gallery, Brooklyn, NY and Tokyo, Japan

Virtual Shoe Museum Exhibition, Grassi Museum, Leipzig, Germany (catalog)

A Cage Went in Search of a Bird, Curated by Sarah Walko, Radiator Gallery, Long Island City, NY

Portraits of Fern, Curated by Jason Andrew, Nortee Maar, Bushwick, NY

Big Red UNL, Curated by Margaret Bohls, O'Kane Gallery, NCECA* Conference, Houston, TX

Mimesis, Taplin Gallery, Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton, NJ

2012

China Sanbao & Terra International Art Exhibition, Sanbao Ceramic Institute, Jingdezhen, China

Nurture Art Benefit, Charles Bank Gallery, New York, NY

Matter Exhibition, Brooklyn Artist Gym, Brooklyn, NY

Ceramics Now Exhibition, Galateea Gallery, Sponsored by Ceramics Now Magazine, Bucharest, Romania (catalog)

Southern Pacific, Gallery Homeland, Lawndale Art Center, in Portland, OR & Houston, TX (catalog)

A Show of Heads II, Seattle Design Center, NCECA* Conference, Seattle, WA

Natural Macabre, Seattle Design Center, NCECA* Conference, Seattle, WA

2011

Emerging Artist Fellowship and Residency Exhibition, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, Queens, NY (catalog)        

Summer Group Exhibition and Wild Life (two shows), Stolenspace Gallery, London, United Kingdom

Eins Group Exhibition, Tapir Gallery, Berlin, Germany

Three Jerome Artists, Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN

Self-Schema, Heights Waterfront, NCECA* Conference, Tampa, FL

Wild Kingdom, Texas State University Gallery: School of Art & Design, San Marcos, TX

Breaking Boundaries: A Survey of Contemporary Ceramics, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY

2010      

Never Judge Exhibition, Stolenspace Gallery, London, United Kingdom

Corporeal Manifestations, Mutter Museum, NCECA* Conference, Philadelphia, PA (poster)

Reality Gallery: American Slide All, New York Studio Gallery, New York, NY    

A Show of Heads, Cinema Gallery, Catalogue essay by Glen R. Brown, Urbana, IL (catalog)

Earth Matters: NCECA* Invitational, The Galleries at Moore College of Art and Design, Philadelphia, PA (catalog)

2009

International Biennial of Ceramic Art of Aveiro, Museum of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal (catalog)

The Haunted Basement, The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN

NCECA* Clay National Biennial, Art Museum Research Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (catalog)

Beasts & Botanicals, Archer Gallery, Vancouver, WA

Process/Practice/Action, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN   

 

AWARDS (Select)

2017 Artist in Residence (invited), Ceramic Center of Berlin, Berlin, Germany (forthcoming)

2015-2016 Artist in Residence, Hunter College, Ceramic Department, New York, NY

2014 Finalist, In Practice Open Call Exhibition, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY

2014 Artist in Residence and Fellowship, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY

2013 Artist in Residence, Chashama: ChaNorth, Pine Plains, NY

2012 Artist in ResidenceNCECA* International Residency, The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen, China

2011 Emerging Artist Fellowship and Residency, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY

2010 Artist in Residence, Ceramic Center of Berlin, Berlin, Germany

2006 Artist in Residence, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE

2006 Emerging Artist Award, NCECA* Conference, Oregon Convention Center, Portland, OR

2004 Artist in Residence, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR

2003 Artist in Residence, Watershed Center for The Ceramic Arts, Newcastle, ME

 

GRANTS (Select)

2014    Queens Arts Council Grant for Individual Artists (DCA), Queens Council on the Arts, Queens, NY

2013    Emergency Grant, Foundation for Contemporary Arts, New York, NY

2013    Scholarly and Creative Activity GrantState University of New York, Oswego, NY

2012    NCECA International Residency FellowshipThe Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen, China

2012    Strategic Opportunity Stipend, New York Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY

2012    Faculty International Travel Grant, State University of New York, Oswego, NY

2011    Scholarly and Creative Activity Grant, State University of New York, Oswego, NY

2011    Faculty International Travel Grant, International Education and Programs, State University of New York, Oswego, NY

2011    Presidential Scholarship, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, CO

2010    Jerome Ceramics Artist Project Grant, Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN

2009    Exhibition Honorarium, Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA), Minneapolis, MN

2009    Lighton International Artists Exchange Program, Kansas City Artists Coalition, Kansas City, MI

2007    Career Development Grant, Oregon Arts Commission, Salem, OR

2007    Professional Development Grant, Regional Arts & Culture Council, Portland, OR

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY / PRESS (Select)

2017

HUFFINGTON POST, "Nearly 700 "Nasty Women" Artist Have Teamed Up To Protest Trump," by Priscilla Frank, January 4, 2017: LINK 

THE CNNEKT, "Roxanne Jackson, Sculptor + Co-Director of Nasty Women Exhibition," Spotlight Feature, March 3, 2017: LINK

WHITEHOT MAGAZINE, "Occupying Offices: Independent vs. Spring/Break," Top Picks by Paul Laster, March 2017: LINK

NOIR TRIBE, "Dressed for Protest: The Women's March and Beyond," video directed by Amber Moelter, February 8, 2017: (10:20): LINK

HYPERALLERGIC, "Massive Nasty Women Art Show Raises 35K for Planned Parenthood Opening Night," by Jillian Steinhauer, January 13: LINK

THE GUARDIAN, "Nasty Women Art Exhibit Aims at Taking Power Back From Trump," by Anna Furman, January 13, 2017: LINK

THE CREATORS PROJECT, "The Nasty Women Exhibition is Art's Answer to Trump's Nearing Presidency," by Sami Emory, January 2, 2017: LINK

AMY POEHLER'S SMART GIRLS, "Nasty Women Art Goes Worldwide," by Danielle Sepulveres, February 1, 2017: LINK

VICE, "Meet The Nasty Women: Trump is Triggering a New Wave of Feminist Protest Art," by Alex Thompson, January 14, 2017: LINK

THE METRO, "See Inside The Nasty Women Art Exhibition," by Kate Mooney, January 11, 2017: LINK

ARTAXIS, "Nasty Women at the Knockdown Center," by Charlyn Corum, February 16, 2017: LINK

2016

HUFFINGTON POST, "What It Means To Be An Artist In The Time of Trump," by Priscilla Frank, November 17, 2016: LINK

BROKELYN, "Meet The 'Nasty Women' Artists Trying To Topple The Patriarchy Before Trump's Inauguration," by Sam Corbin, November 23: LINK

NY OBSERVER, "Anti-Trump Art Show 'Nasty Women' To Benefit Planned Parenthood," by Alina Cohen, December 30, 2016: LINK

HYPERALLERGIC, "Spring/Break, A Sprawling Alternative Art Fair That Delivers," by Jillian Steinhauer, March 3, 2016: LINK

HYPERALLERGIC, "Best of 2016: Our Top 15 Brooklyn Art Shows," by Benjamin Sutton, December 23, 2016: LINK

GOTHAMIST, "Photos: Spring/Break Kicks Off Armory Arts Week With A Long Line & A Kissing Closet," by Scott Lynch, March 2, 2016: LINK

FIELD PROJECTS, Gallery Blog, April and May 2015: LINK

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL, "Appetite for Destruction' Shows Artists' Scope," by Linda Marston-Reid, September 7, 2016: LINK

2015

SCULPTURE CENTER, Featured Artist on Sculpture Center Curators' Notebook, November 28, 2015: LINK

HYPERALLERGIC, "From the Virtual to the Satanic, a Former Pharmacy Hosts Alternatives to Miami's Mega-Fairs," by Claire Voon, December 4, 2015: LINK

BREAKTHRU RADIO, Art Uncovered with Roxanne Jackson, by Thomas Seely, November 17, 2015: LINK

HUFFINGTON POST, "Gloriously Hideous Sculptures Reveal the True Horror of the Mermaid Myth," by Priscilla Frank, May 27, 2015: LINK

HYPERALLERGIC, "In Bushwick, an Exhibition Tears Down Walls Between Art and Craft," by Benjamin Sutton, June 19, 2015: LINK

NEW YORK TIMES, "Things To Do in Westchester," Westchester County, NY, June 6, 2015: LINK

HYPERALLERGIC, “At Bushwick Open Studios, Sculptors Make a Stand," by Benjamin Sutton, June 7, 2015: LINK

BEAUTIFUL DECAY, “Roxanne Jackson’s Grisly Sculptures of Twisted Redemption,” by Stephanie Young, January 15, 2015: LINK

THE L MAGAZINE, “Neo-Craftivism," by Paul D'Agostino, June 2, 2015: LINK

HYPERALLERGIC, "Your Concise Guide to the 2015 Bushwick Open Studios," by Benjamin Sutton, June 1, 2015: LINK

VELLUM, ArtZine for the Masses, No. 15; Tenth Anniversary Issue, by Stephanie Young, Front Cover image, August 28, 2015

BROOKLYN MAGAZINE, “Enchantments Aplenty: Magic Object," by Paul D'Agostino, July 27, 2015: LINK

WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL, "Material Myth," by Michelle Fuhrer, August 11, 2015: LINK

2014

ARTSLANT, “The Art Gonzo in 2014 - Roxanne Jackson: Best New School Ceramics Art,” by Nadja Sayej, Los Angeles, CA, December 29, 2014: LINK

NEW CERAMICS, "A Clay Bestiary," by Hildreth York, Pg: 56-57, September/October 2014

EYES TOWARDS THE DOVE, “Roxanne Jackson at Airplane Gallery,” by Sarah Walko, January 26, 2014: LINK

ARTIUM OXIDE, "Art of Roxanne Jackson: Transgressing the Boundaries," June 17, 2014

NURTURE ART, "Featured Artist," Artist Registry, New York, NY

500 FIGURES IN CLAY, VOLUME 2, Pg: 51, 221, Lark Books, New York, NY

THE TELESCOPE, “Grotesque Beauty Shapes Ceramic Art," by Jason Kingerman, March 9, 2014: LINK

2013

THE L MAGAZINE, “A Haunted House of Fun,” by Paul D’Agostino, October 23, 2013: LINK

VIRTUAL SHOW MUSEUM EXHIBITION CATALOG, Grassi Museum, Leipzig, Germany

DESIGN SPONGE, "Geo Shakers by Von Tundra," Designed by Roxanne Jackson, January 10, 2013: LINK

2012      

CERAMICS IRELAND MAGAZINE, “Natural Macabre,” Wicklow, Ireland, Issue No. 29, Pg: 18-20, March 2012

NEW CERAMICS - European Ceramics Magazine, “We Believe in Something: Roxanne Jackson,” by Chris Atkins, Pg: 30-32, Höhr-Grenzhausen,

Germany, January 2012

HUMOR IN CRAFT, Edited by Brigitte Martin, Pg : 90, 225, Schiffer Publishing, Atglen, PA

2011    

CERAMICS NOW MAGAZINE, Issue Number 1, Winter, 2011-2012, Featured Artist, [front cover, on-line issue], Pg :18-20, December: LINK

MINNESOTA PUBLIC RADIO NEWS, MPR State of the Arts, “Taking Clay to Extremes,” By Marianne Combs, January 19: LINK

CANADIAN BROADCAST CORPORATION, “Roxanne Jackson: Artist,” CBC evening news, RE: Solo Exhibition Monster,  Artcite Gallery, Windsor, Ontario,

Canada, June 3, 2011

CITY PAGES, Three Jerome Artists: Northern Clay Center,” Review by Jessica Armbruster, Pg : 12, January 12, 2011

CERAMICS NOW MAGAZINE, On-Line Journal, "Artist of the Month," June-July, 2011: LINK

2010      

O.K. PERIODICALS, Issue 5: “The Body”, Pg: 38-40, Publisher: O.K. Parking, Arnhem, The Netherlands, 2010

BEAUTIFUL DECAY, Book 3: “The Underdogs,” Pg: 33, April: 2010

CERAMICS: ART AND PERCEPTION, “Corporeal Manifestations: A Review by Colette Copeland,” Pg: 82-83, No. 82, December 2010: LINK

CITY PAGES, “Artists of the Year: Influential Artists of 2010,” by Emma Berg, December 22, 2010: LINK

CHICAGO TRIBUNE, “Roxanne Jackson at Dubhe Carreno Gallery: You’ll Lose Yourself in Seductiveness,” by Lauren Viera, June 18, 2010: LINK    

PANHANDLER MAGAZINE, “Contemporary Ceramic Artists” (front cover), University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL, November 2010: LINK

CERAMICS MONTHLY, “Roxanne Jackson: We Believe in Something,” by Christopher Atkins (excerpt), Pg: 30-31, December: LINK               

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, “Manic about Ceramics,” by Edward Sozanski, March 28, 2010

STAR TRIBUNE, “Dead Heads,” by Mary Abbe, September 4, 2009: E18, Minneapolis, MN

PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY, “First Friday Picks: Corporeal Manifestations,” March 30, 2010

MUTTER MUSEUM, “No Bones About It!” YouTube video interview, April 2010

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, “Three Venues Showcase the Diversity of Ceramic Artwork,” by Edith Newhall, April 2010

IX BIENNIAL INTERNATIONAL OF CERAMIC ARTISTS, Exhibition Catalog, Museum of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal

NCECA* INVITATIONAL EARTH MATTERS, Exhibition Catalog, essays by Nichole Burisch and Glen R. Brown

2009      

CINEMA GALLERY EXHIBITION CATALOG, “A Show of Heads,” Essay by Glen R. Brown

MINNEAPOLIS INSTITUTE OF ARTS, “Roxanne Jackson: We Believe in Something,” catalog by Chris Atkins, MIA, Minneapolis, MN: LINK

CLAY NATIONAL BIENNIAL EXHIBITION CATALOG, Art Museum Ceramics Research Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (catalog)

QUODLIBETICA: Writing. Arts. Criticism: On-Line Journal, “Savage Edge: Human/Animal in Roxanne Jackson’s Recent Work,” by Patricia

Briggs,November 2009: LINK

TWIN CITIES DAILY PLANET: Local News for Global Citizens, "Soap Factory's Haunted Basement: Behind Scenes," October 17, 2009

CLAY TIMES, "The Gallery Section," September, 2009: 4, Vol. 15, Issue 83

MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL MAGAZINE, “We Believe in Something,” Pg: 167, Minneapolis, MN, August 2009

ARP! Art Review: “The Devouring Mother: An Interview with Roxanne Jackson,” by Megan Rye, September 2009: issue No. 10: 12, Minneapolis, MN

MINN.POST: Arts Arena Journal, “What Lies Beneath: Two New Exhibitions Explore the Intersections of Beauty and the Grotesque,” by

Susannah Schouweiler, August 26, 2009: LINK

2008     

OPENWIDEpdx: On-Line Portland Art Journal, "First Thursday Pick," November 2008

WILLAMETTE WEEK, “Must Find Truth” exhibition review by Richard Speer, November 12th, Portland, OR

 

CURATION AND SPECIAL PROJECTS

2017    NASTY WOMEN Exhibition (the inaugural exhibition), Co-Founder with Jessamyn Fiore, Knockdown Center, Queens, NY

2017    Heather Metal Parking Lot - Part 4, Immersive and collaborative field party, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY (forthcoming)

2016    Heather Metal Parking Lot - Part 3D, Immersive and collaborative field party, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY

2015    Heather Metal Parking Lot - Part ll, Immersive and collaborative field party, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY

2015    Neo-Craftivism, Co-Organized with Rachael Gorchov and Robin Kang, Parlour Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY

2014    Dark Matter, Co-Curated with Sasha Reibstein, Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA (catalog & poster)

2014    Heather Metal Parking Lot, Immersive and collaborative field party, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY

2012    Natural Macabre, Seattle Design Center, NCECA* Conference, Seattle WA

 

VISITING ARTIST / LECTURES

2017    Panelist, Scofflaws Lecture, NCECA* Conference, Portland, OR

2017    Visiting Lecture, Oregon College of Art & Craft, Portland, OR

2017    Artist Talk, The Art Gym, Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR

2016    Visiting Artist and Workshop, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, MA

2016    "Sloppy CraftLecture, The Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY

2016    Artist Lecture, Nassau Community College, Art Department, Long Island, NY

2015    Visiting Artist, Hunter College, Ceramic Department, New York, NY

2015    Artist Lecture and Workshop, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

2015    Visiting Artist, Hartwick College, Art Department, Oneonta, NY

2014    Visiting Artist, Syracuse University, Ceramics Department, Syracuse, NY

2014    Artist Lecture, Slide Session: "It Will Be The Laugh That Buries You," Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY

2014    Visiting Artist and Workshop, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA

2013    Artist Lecture, Airplane Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2013    Artist Lecture, Linfield College, McMinville, OR

2012    Artist Lecture, Hunter College, Ceramic Department, New York, NY

2012    Artist Lecture, The Pottery Workshop Education Center, Jingdezhen, China

2011    Artist Lecture, California College of Art, Oakland, CA

2011    Visiting Artist and Workshop, California State University-Chico, Chico, CA

2011    Artist Lecture, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA  

2010    Visiting Artist, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

2007    Artist Lecture and Workshop, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY

2007    Artist Lecture, Oregon Art Beat, Portland Community College, Portland, OR

2007    Artist Lecture, Portland Art Center, Portland, OR

2006    Artist Lecture, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, Omaha, NE

2006    Artist Lecture and Workshop, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

 

ARTIST REGISTRIES

ARTSY, New York, NY: LINK

ARTSPACE, Curated Artist Site, New York, NY:  LINK

MOMA PS1 Studio Visit, Queens, NY: LINK

Art Axis, An Independent Network of Ceramic Artists: LINK

Nurture Art, Artist Registry, Brooklyn, NY: LINK

BRIC, Artist Registry, Brooklyn, NY: LINK

Brooklyn Arts Council, Artist Registry, Brooklyn, NY: LINK

Access Ceramics, A Contemporary Ceramics Image Resource, Portland, OR: LINK

 

EDUCATION

2004    MFA in Ceramics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE. Graduated with honors.

1996    Bachelor of Science in Botany  / Art Minor, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CAGraduated with honors.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2016-Present Assistant Professor of Ceramics, Suffolk County Community College, Long Island, NY

2011-2015    Assistant Professor of Ceramics, State University of New York, Oswego, NY

2008-2010    Adjunct Faculty, Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Minneapolis, MN

2008-2010    Adjunct Faculty, St Cloud State University, St Cloud, MN

2008-2010    Instructor, Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN

2005-2008    Adjunct Faculty, Portland Community College, Portland, OR

2005-2008    Adjunct Faculty, Oregon College of Art & Craft, Portland, OR

2005              Adjunct FacultyLewis and Clark College, Portland, OR

2002-2004    Teacher of Record, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2015-2016 Visiting Artist/Workshop Instructor, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY

2015    Visiting Artist/Workshop Instructor, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY

2015    Visiting Artist/Workshop Instructor,  Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT

2015    Visiting Artist/Workshop Instructor, The Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY

2015    Juror, Community Arts Network of Oneonta, Oneonta, NY

2014    Teaching Artist, Greater Ridgewood Youth Council, Ridgewood, NY

2012    Fabricator, Freelance, Von Tundra Design, Portland, OR and New York, NY

2010    Artist DemonstrationAmerican Craft Council Conference, Minneapolis, MN   

2007    Character Fabrication, LAIKA and Bent Image Labs; Art Department, Portland, OR

 

 * National Council on the Education for the Ceramic Arts