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Education:

2002:  -BFA in Ceramics, The University of Washington, Seattle

 

Awards:

2003:  –Artist Trust GAP grant; for “Fashion is Art” project

               -Artist Trust Edge Program and grant; professional development program

2002:  -Mary Gates Memorial Scholar; grant for Land Art Movement research

           -UW School of Art Scholarship

 

Solo Exhibition:

2003:  -“I am my mother, my father , my brother, my lover”, 4Culture Gallery, Seattle

2002:  -“1000 Cranes, 1000 Kisses, 1000 Stitches”, CMA Gallery, Seattle

 

Juried Exhibitions:

2003:  –“Northwest Annual,” Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle.  Curated by Esther Luttikhuizen

             -“Fashion is _ART.”   Bumbershoot Arts Festival, Seattle.  Curated by Thread

2002:  -“Undergraduate Ceramic Exhibition”, CMA Gallery, Seattle                    Best of Show Award

2001:  -“School of Art Open”, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, UW, Seattle

2000:  -“Small 3-D and Works on Paper”, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, UW, Seattle

 

Group Exhibitions:   

2009:  “I Imagined Myself as a Meter Maid”, Featured Object, Bellevue Arts Museum, Bellevue, Wa.

2004:  -“Quiet Revolution”, Consolidated Works, Seattle

           –“Artist Trust Auction”, Consolidated Works, Seattle

           -“Mark My Word”, The Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, Wa.

2003:  –“Ardent Labor”,  Soil Gallery, Seattle

2002:  -“Convenience”, The Pound Gallery, Seattle

             -“Structural Surface and Obsessive Function”, The American                                                                                                                          Institute of Architects Gallery, Seattle

           -“Boys Against Girls, Girls Against Boys”, The Nation Gallery, Seattle

           -“BFA 2002”, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, UW, Seattle

           -“Shoes: the Sole of Humanity”, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wi

2001:  -“Artdrill:  Force, Mass, Volume”, Sand Point Naval Base

 

Bibliography:

-Farr, Sheila. “Quiet Revolution: Reflections of Instinct…” Seattle Times (Washington), Nov. 5, 2004

-Hackett, Regina. “Quiet Revolution Triumphs” The Seattle Post-Intelligencer (Washington), Oct. 27,2004

-Hall, Emily. “Stranger Suggests: Ardent Labor” The Stranger (Washington), July 31, 2003

Hall, Emily.  “Love and Rigorousness” The Stranger (Washington) Vol. 12 No. 50, Aug. 28 – Sept. 3, 2003

Kurtz, Katie.  “Conceptual Art and Quilting are for Pussies”  Art Access (Washington), July 2003

 

Publication:

-Howard, Rhonda Lane.  Fashion is Art, Seattle: THREAD FOR ART, 2003

 

Professional Programs and Experience:

2009: –lecture, Bellevue Arts Museum

              -featured artist, “Handmade Nation; the Rise of DIY, Art, Craft and Design” documentary

2005-present: -Studio assistant for Seattle-based artist Mandy Greer

2002:   -UW Rome Center Visual Arts Program, Rome, Italy, Fall

           -UW Undergraduate Research Symposium participant; Land Art Movement slide lecture and panel discussion

           -“the tree in me and me in the tree”, outdoor installation, The Center for Urban                Horticulture, Seattle

2001:  -Land Art Movement research and lecture; five week national trip researching the 1960’s Land Art Movement; slide lecture given at UW Ceramic and Metal Arts department & fibers department

2000:  -“Claystory”, claymation video, 12 min., Dead Mouses Productions: Paul Margolis and Shawn Landis

 

Teaching Experience:

1999-2000:  Wheel-throwing Instructor, Terry Hall Ceramics Studio, UW, Seattle

1996-1999:  Overnight Camp Counselor, Cloverleaf Ranch, Santa Rosa, Ca.; ages 7-13, ropes course, arts and crafts, archery, horseback riding

"Me in the Tree and the Tree in Me"

"Me in the Tree and the Tree in Me"

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