MN NICE, an advanced certificate program in ceramics, is now accepting applications for our January 2017 start date. Join us for the third year of this innovative program! Check out detailed information on the Northern Clay Center website or our blog.
Join me and fellow ceramic artists for a series of ceramic workshops designed specifically for art educators. With funding from the MN State Arts Board, Northern Clay Center has partnered with art institutions around the state.
I currently have a solo exhibition at The Ceramic Center in Cedar Rapids, IA. Vestiges will run form April 27-June 17th. Please stop by if you’re in the area!
I will be presenting a co-lecture, “Outside the Academy,” with Thomas Orr at 2016 NCECA Conference. We will discuss MN NICE, the Ash Street Project, and new educational models in ceramics.
I wrote an article looking back at the first year of MN NICE in the September issue of Ceramics Monthly. The issue focuses on learning models outside of traditional academia.
Ben Carter of the Red Clay Rambler recently interviewed me, Dustin Yager, and a few students reflecting on the first year of the MN NICE program. Listen to the podast here!
I am currently exhibiting new tile work at the Andersen Horticultural Library at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. More information about this MN State Arts Board project can be found on the website.
This past year, I was awarded a 2015 McKnight Artist Fellowship in Ceramics. I am thrilled to receive this honor and am currently exhibiting work through August 28th from this fellowship year in the Northern Clay Center Gallery.
My work with the collections of the Wangesteen and Andersen Libraries at the University of Minnesota Libraries was recently featured in Continuum. This was a project funded by a Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant I received last year.
Anthony Merino’s review of “Bloom,” an exhibition showcasing my work along with other ceramic artists using floral themes, was recently published in Ceramics: Art & Perception, Issue 96. The exhibition was co-curated by Mallory Wetherell and Rebecca Hutchinson.