Sergio Soave CV
Associate Executive Dean for Space and Infrastructure
Professor, Department of Art
College of Arts and Sciences c. 614.535.8027
The Ohio State University email: email@example.com
114F University Hall web: sergiosoave.com
Columbus, OH 43210
Serving as a department chair for 19 years, in art departments located within two public, flagship, research universities, my administrative experiences have included all aspects of providing effective leadership including serving as academic officer for the unit; crafting strategies for new faculty and staff positions, overseeing hiring and personnel actions, including recruitment, promotion, tenure, retention, and evaluations for faculty and staff; formulating faculty policies and governance documents; undertaking self-studies for successful reaccreditation and comprehensive program review; crafting and implementing effective strategic planning; developing new curricula and their supporting structures; preparing, allocating, and making specific decisions and recommendations about resources and budgets; serving as the principle representative of the department to the university, community and the profession; supervising the planning and use of facilities; overseeing three major renovation and building projects; and active participation in fundraising activities, developing case studies and meeting capital campaign goals.
Administrative Appointments and Accomplishments
2016- Associate Executive Dean for Space and Infrastructure, College of Arts and Sciences
The Ohio State University. Columbus, OH
Provide guidance to the executive dean and the divisional deans regarding the effective and efficient use of space across the college for research and teaching. Works with department chairs, center directors and ASC offices to assess space needs, including developing a broader cooperation between chairs and the college on space utilization.
Oversee strategic planning and logistics for three major projects: the renovations of Oxley/Pomerene (Data Analytics); the development of the Materials Corridor (in collaboration with Engineering); and the new Arts District. (Music, Theatre, Dance, Art, History of Art, Art Education and Public Policy)
Negotiate shared space between units; assist with capital planning; represent the college to and coordinate with the office of Facilities Operation and Development and of Physical Planning and Real Estate; provide guidance to college leadership regarding infrastructure issues; and work closely with the college staff who assist with space management and provide oversight to the OSHA coordinators.
2005- 2012 Chair, Department of Art. The Ohio State University. Columbus, OH
Rankings, Graduate and Undergraduate Programs, and Curriculum:
Increased the national reputation of the graduate program to rankings of 18th overall and 4th among public institutions in US News and World Reports; a move up from #28 ten years prior.
Increased selectivity and diversity of the graduate applicant pool; increased the number of University Graduate Fellowship Awards.
Developed, resourced and implemented a new 3-year MFA curriculum designed to encourage interdisciplinary work and collaborative graduate study.
Oversaw a complete curriculum conversion from quarters to semesters for the undergraduate, graduate and general education courses. Included in this process was creating and vetting new courses, reorganizing course content, developing new curricular maps, resourcing new advising and teaching assignments, mapping class schedules and facilities usage, and integrating programmatic requirements. This was accomplished with minimal impact on student retention, matriculation and department productivity.
Completed an external program review and developed Strategic Goals based on this assessment. Targets have been met including: stabilizing funding sources; revisions to the curriculum and programmatic structures; upgrades to facilities; integration of technology; managing enrollments; reevaluating teaching assignments for faculty, lecturers and graduate teaching associates.
Guided a programmatic self-study and successful reaccreditation review by NASAD.
Expanded the faculty in the areas of photography, art and technology, and created a new position in moving image production to support new interdisciplinary research and learning.
Developed, gained university and state approval, and implemented a comprehensive program fee and course materials fees for the department. This fee structure has provided secure and sustained funding for key operational functions common to the core of studio teaching, such as the project shop and galleries. Funds are also available to maintain safe working environments and the means to provide new materials and methodologies within the disciplines.
Renovation and Building Projects tied to Curriculum:
Advocated for the physical plant needs of the program leading to a $14+ million renovation creating new facilities for the printmaking, photography and digital technology programs, a new sculpture studio addition, complete HVAC replacements, open public critique spaces, new windows, and the creation of specialized classrooms, semi-private and private spaces for the graduate students and faculty research. Throughout the process I developed creative solutions that support our teaching and research missions as well as those of the university master plan.
Contributed expertise and served on the leadership team in the creation of the OSU Urban Arts Space (UAS), a 10,000 square foot arts space located within the historic Lazarus landmark in the downtown core. Served on the planning committees that worked with the architects, university administration, faculty and community leaders to develop the design and mission. Served on the Advisory Board that established programming, staffing, and funding models.
Development and Grants:
Secured funding for the establishment of The Living Culture Initiative, an interdisciplinary and exploratory structure that embraces interdisciplinary practices that are flexible, open, and most importantly, sustainable through emphasizing acting locally and working in collaboration.
Secured research grants and funding to establish a 3-dimensional digital lab that includes CNC Milling, rapid prototyping and laser cutting capabilities; upgraded all computing facilities; embedded new technologies within “traditional studios”; and expanded digital photography and video.
Crafted and presented funding proposals to major donors, alumni, foundations and corporations during the OSU Capital Campaign; involved in setting goals and needs, “friend-raising”, donor visits, and researching and engaging prospective donors. During the early “quiet” stages, doubled funding for scholarships, secured donor support to upgrade several studio facilities, and received special grants and gifts that are funding student exhibitions, catalogues, and professional development.
Secured a grant ($60,000) from The Emily Tremaine Hall Foundation’s Marketplace Empowerment for Artists Program, to develop content and curriculum for professional practice courses for OSU Students. This funding has been directed towards faculty/alumni exhibitions, visiting artists and curators, and the new three-year MFA exhibition catalogue.
With all of these increased funding streams, the department is engaging alumni with students, providing access for our students to work with the following: artists working at the highest levels, experts in small businesses, and regional and national arts agencies. These new resources provide an opportunity for the BFA and MFA students to develop an understanding of basic business practices and tools for beginning their creative careers and becoming independent entrepreneurs.
International Exhibition Advisor and Collaborations:
Formed a unique collaborative research team that engages faculty, staff and students in the Arts, Humanities, and Engineering colleges, in partnership with the Wexner Center for the Arts, one such project reimagined internationally acclaimed artist Chris Burden’s work When Robots Rule: The Two Minute Airplane Factory. Wit the sudden passing of Chris Burden, the project is now transitioning to a sponsored research project, with Burden’s Studio investing funding for space, staffing and student internship opportunities. “When Robots Rule: The Two-Minute Airplane Factory is a factory that robotically assembles small stick-and-tissue rubber-band-powered airplanes. After being assembled and built, the model airplanes, with their rubber bands pre- wound, are launched off the production line every two minutes. ... In a microcosm, this is the dream and the promise of the Industrial Age.” (Burden, 1998)
Served as exhibition advisor in developing the concept of Pull Left, an exhibition of contemporary Chinese Art that debuted at the OSU Urban Arts Space July – October 2014, and is touring the United State with recent showings to Hillstrom Museum in Minnesota and the Trout Gallery in Pennsylvania. Curated by Tang Xi, Su Wenxiang and Chaoboa Xu of Taikang Art Collections in Beijing, China with assistance from Li Chao of the Jingdezghen Institute. The show features the work of 28 young Chinese artists exhibiting together for the first time. A full-color catalogue that includes an introduction I co-authored accompanies the project. Part of my involvement in this project included travel to Beijing to conduct studio visits and selections, developing budgets and logistics, raising the required funds through corporate giving, state and agency grants, and research funds. This project was the first in a series of future curatorial collaborations currently under development.
I serve as a faculty advisor and assisted in coordination of the upcoming exhibition Open This End featuring works from the Blake Byrne Collection and the Skylark Foundation. I have met several times with the donor Blake Byrne, his Executive Director, Barbara Schwan, his family foundation, The Skylark Foundation, and the exhibition curator Joeseph R. Wolin in New York, Los Angeles, Durham, NC and Columbus over the past three years. This exhibition is being featured this fall at the OSU Urban Arts Space and tours to Nasher Museum at Duke University, Wallach Gallery at Columbia University, and Hoffman Gallery at Lewis and Clark College.
1997-2005 Chair, Division of Art. West Virginia University. Morgantown, WV
Rankings, Graduate and Undergraduate Programs, and Curriculum:
Strengthened the curriculum, examined and prioritized experiences to increase programmatic competitiveness and productivity. Developments included new studio concentrations that engaged technologies, creating hybrids between new media and traditional creative processes, and the creation of a photography concentration.
Implemented a 3-year MFA curriculum and restructured resources in support of this change. This and other improvements resulted in that MFA program being ranked 61st by US News and World Report, the highest (and first time) ranking for that institution.
Established unique international exchange programs in China, Mexico and Italy. These international initiatives are based on sustainable models that generated opportunities for institutional partnerships while broadening diversity and professional development, and fostered new lines of inquiry that mutually benefit the academic programs and missions of all the participating institutions. Accomplishing these goals required management of resources and developing new revenue streams across multiple international institutions.
Renovation and Building Projects tied to Curriculum:
Identified donors and secured funding to renovate and name the Paul and Laura Mesaros Galleries which became the forerunner to the new Art Museum at WVU opening Fall 2015.
Development and Grants:
Successful fundraising efforts including encouraging participation from interested donors, engaging students and faculty in donor relations, creating effective case studies, establishing priorities for a capital campaign, identified new donors, and secured asks.
Prepared grants for foundations, corporations and organizations.
Secured over $5.5 million in gifts for the Division of Art during WVU’s Capital Campaign, transforming the mission and scope of that program.
Service on university committees are focused on those in support of academic standards, international programs, electronic library resources, faculty and chair development, research and teaching; all significant aspects of promoting a vital university community.
Chaired the OSU University Campus Arts and Memorials Committee and the Percent for Art Program. In this position I crafted and received state approval for a new “zone plan” for public art on campus. This new approach enables OSU to fully integrate public art commissions and selections within the master plan. Funds can now be “pooled” into larger projects and be integrated with the architectural and landscape master plan. By successfully gaining permission from the Ohio Arts Council and the state, OSU embarked on a more ambitious public art program including commissioned projects by Dan Graham, Bill and Mary Buchen, Jim Isenmann, Ann Hamilton, and others. In the coming year, this committee will direct over $2.5 million toward public art projects on campus within this integrated framework.
Served on the OSU College of Arts and Sciences Strategic Planning subcommittee charged with developing new approaches to development and fundraising.
Served on the Board of the National Council of Arts Administrators, an organization I have been an active member of since 1996. In November of 2012 OSU hosted the NCAA annual conference and I served as Conference Organizer. In that role I was responsible for coordinating programming, events and logistic for over 120 guests that included deans, directors and arts administrators from across the US and Canada.
Served on two College Art Association sub-committees: Review of the CAA Standards for the BA and BFA Degrees in Studio Art and Reviewing the CAA Standards for Retention and Tenure of Visual Arts Faculty. The work of these subcommittees led to revisions to the CAA Policies and Standards for these important issues.
Served as the National Association of School of Art and Design (NASAD) representative for both OSU and WVU and represented these institutions at national meetings. I have also served on working groups that discuss policy and goals relative to accreditation of arts programs.
In 1996, I served as a host of the Southern Graphics Council International Conference at WVU, bringing 800+ artists, critics, educators and students to Morgantown, from Canada, China, England, Brazil, Iceland, and Mexico and throughout the United States, for the largest gathering of printmaking professionals. Following this conference, I served as President of the Southern Graphics International Council for a two-year term that expanded the organizations membership, programming and reach internationally.
Additional Committees and Working Groups for Ohio State
2014 Working Group- Developing Review Processes for Divisional Deans, OSU College of Arts and v Sciences
2011 Search Committee for Curator for Arts Initiative/OSU Urban Arts Space
2011- 2012 Jesse Owens Celebration Planning Committee- Sculpture Sub-Committee
2009-2012 College of Arts and Sciences Town and Gown Advisory Committee for the Arts
2009-2013 Member, Arts Committee for Project One, OSU New James Hospital
2006-2013 Chair, OSU Campus Arts and Memorials Committee
2008-2015 Advisory Committee, The Ohio State University, Urban Arts Space
Exhibition and Programming Community Committee, The Ohio State University, Urban Arts Space
2009 Dean’s Representative. Chair’s Search, English Department, College of Arts and
2007 Chair, Search Committee for Position of Manager, OSU Urban Arts Space
University Committees for WVU:
2002-2005 College of Creative Arts Partnership Council
WVU Italian Studies Committee
2002 Administrative Evaluation Committee-Director of International Programs 2000-2001 Associate and Assistant Deans Council, West Virginia University
2001 University Vision 2020: Morgantown Arts Advocacy Committee,
Morgantown Camber of Commerce
1997-2005 West Virginia University Geo International Grants Selection Committee
West Virginia University International Programs Council
West Virginia University Chairs Advisory Committee
1996 Division of Art Electronic Initiative Committee, West Virginia University
West Virginia University Faculty Research and Travel Grants Committee 1995-1996 Division of Art Promotional and Tenure Committee, West Virginia
Division of Art Electronic Initiative Committee, West Virginia University
College of Creative Arts World Wide Web Committee, West Virginia
1994 West Virginia University Faculty Research and Travel Grants Committee
Division of Art Alumni Executive Board, West Virginia University
Division of Art, Faculty Search Committee (2-D Artist) College of Creative 1993 Arts Faculty Research and Travel Grants Committee
Division of Art, Faculty Search Committee (2-D Artist)
1990-93 Division of Art, Promotional and Tenure Committee, West Virginia
University Division of Art, Electronic Initiative Committee, West Virginia
Division of Art, Curator/Gallery Director Search Committee
Division of Art, Faculty Search Committee (3-D Artist)
1988-1993 Division of Art Studio Faculty Search Committee (2-D Artist)
Division of Art, Foundations Curriculum Committee
Division of Art, Exhibitions Committee
Division of Art, Visiting Artist Committee
Division of Art, Coordinator of West Virginia University Art Galleries
Service to the Profession
National Council of Arts Administrators (NCAA):
2012-14 Conference Planning Committee, National Council of Arts Administrators.
Served as advisor to the 2013 conference in Richmond and the 2014 meeting in Nashville.
Membership Committee, National Council of Arts Administrators
2012 Conference Host, the National Council of Arts Administrators. Columbus, OH
Attended by 120+ arts administrators.
2010 -2014 Member- Board of Directors, The National Council of Arts Administrators
College Art Association (CAA):
2011 Member-CAA Sub- Committees: Review of the CAA Standards for the BA
and BFA Degrees in Studio Art Member-CAA Sub- Committees Review of the CAA Standards for
Retention and Tenure of Visual Arts Faculty
Southern Graphics Council:
1998 Presided over Annual Conference of the Southern Graphics Council,
Athens, OH 1997
Presided over Annual Conference of the Southern Graphics Council,
1996-98 President, Southern Graphic Council
1996 Conference Co-Host. 24th Annual Southern Graphics Council Conference,
West Virginia University
2011 External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Craig Dongoski, Georgia State University
External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Anita Jung, University of Iowa
External Evaluator, Program Review for the Art Department, University of Oregon-
2009 External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Russ Revock, Cleveland State University
External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Amy Vigilante, University of Florida
2008 External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Mark Hosford, Vanderbilt University
External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Lonnie Graham, Pennsylvania State University
2007 External Reviewer. Promotion files for: Kay M. Pick Zivkovich,
Southern Illinois University
2006 External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Helen O’Leary, Pennsylvania State University
2004 External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Robert Lazuka, Ohio University
2002 External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Adele Henderson, SUNY Buffalo
2001 External Reviewer. Promotion file for: Patricia Gillen, Carnegie Mellon
External Reviewer. Promotion and Tenure file for: Pam Longobardi,
Georgia State University
Academic Appointments, Education, Research and Creative Activity
2005- present Professor with Tenure. Department of Art. The Ohio State University.
2001-2005 Professor with Tenure. Division of Art. West Virginia University.
2002-2004 Graduate Advisor. Division of Art. West Virginia University.
2000-2001 Special Assistant to the Dean for Research. College of Creative Arts. West Virginia University.
1995-2001 Associate Professor with Tenure. Division of Art. West Virginia University.
1989-1995 Assistant Professor. Tenure Track. Division of Art. West Virginia University.
1988-1989 Visiting Assistant Professor. Division of Art. West Virginia University.
1988 Instructor. Continuing Education Program. Printmaking. St. Clair College.
1987 Instructor. Arts Discovery Program. Printmaking. University of Windsor.
1987 Master of Fine Art. West Virginia University. Morgantown, WV
1984 Bachelor of Fine Art. University of Windsor. Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Throughout my academic career, I have maintained a consistent program of creative activity at the national and international levels. These creative activities have, while rooted in my training in printmaking, expanded into new areas; exploring collaborations, developing new tools, methods and materials, and engaging new technologies that have changed my creative processes and extended my vocabulary and the definitions of my studio practice.
Last year I mounted a solo exhibition at the ShangDong Contemporary Art Museum in Nanjing, China. This project, in tandem with my role in facilitating Pull Left, a curated travelling exhibition featuring the work of contemporary artists in Beijing, have rekindled my collaborative efforts I established in China over 15 years ago. There are future exhibitions and curatorial projects in the planning stages for 2016 and beyond.
2016 Carta, E.R. Gallery, Rice University, Houston, TX
2014 Recent Works. ShangDong Contemporary Art Museum, Nanjing, China
2006 The Holy Name Society, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
2005 Recent Works. Birke Art Gallery, Marshall University, Huntington, WV
2003 Carnivale. Diego Rivera Museum of Art, Guanajuato, Mexico
1999 Carnival of Fun. Painted Creek Center for the Arts, Rochester, MI
1998 Carnival of Fun. University of Delaware, Newark, DE
1997 New Attractions at the Carnival of Fun. Innovations Gallery, WVHTC,
Selections from the Carnival of Fun. Grandview Gallery, Morgantown, WV
Carnival of Fun. Main Gallery, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
1995 A Chorus of Stones. Rockville Arts Place, Rockville, MD
1994 Recent Works. Hanes Art Center, The University of North Carolina.
Chapel Hill, NC
The New Allegories. West Virginia State College, Institute, WV
1993 Recent Prints. West Liberty State College, West Liberty, WV
1992 Structures, Allegories and Relationships. Davis and Elkins College, Elkins, WV
Printworks. Hoyt Institute of Fine Art, New Castle, PA
1991 Structures, Allegories and Relationships. Monongalia Arts Center,
Crossroads. Near Northwest Arts Council, Chicago, IL
1990 Autocratic Architecture. West Virginia University Art Galleries,
Structures and Allegories. Great George Gallery, Charlottetown. PEI, Canada
1988 Recent Works. West Virginia University Art Galleries, Morgantown, WV
1987 Aluminum Anniversary. Common Ground Gallery, Windsor, Ontario
Group Exhibitions (curated and invitational)
2016 Across the Pond- Dresden-Columbus, City Center Gallery, Columbus, OH
Print Matters/Printing Matters, Mid American Printmaking Conference, Lexington, KY
Wish You Were Here. Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH
2015 Across the Pond - Über den Teich - Columbus und Dresden. Galerie 2. Stock, Rathaus, Dr.-Külz-Ring 19. Dresden, Germany
2014 The First Nanjing International Printmaking Invitational. ShangDong Contemporary Art Museum, Nanjing, China
Images and Illustrations. Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute Libraries and Galleries,
Traces + Gestures (touring exhibition)
Richmond Center for Visual Art, Western Michigan University,
Renaissance Hall Gallery, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND
2013 Traces + Gestures (touring exhibition)
Fine Arts Center Gallery, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL
Proyecto ‘Ace, Dialogo Space/Central Hall, Buenos Aires, Argentina
King Family Exhibition Space, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO
Greymatter Gallery, Milwaukee, WI
2012 Inosculation. OSU Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH
Niemandsland: All Dies und Nichts (No Man’s Land: All This and Nothing). geh8 Kunstraum und Ateliers E.V. Dresden, Germany
2011 Down on Towne. OSU Urban Arts Space, Columbus OH
IMPACT—Immigration Projects: Art, Culture, Traditions. Swing Space Gallery,
2010 From the Muddy Banks of the Monongahela. Glenville State Art Gallery, WV
2009 Matrix: Contemporary Printmaking. Florida State University Art Museum,
From the Muddy Banks of the Monongahela. West Virginia University
2008 Works on Paper. Callen McJunkin Gallery. Charleston, WV
Exploring Dreams: Works from the Collection. Arizona State University Art
Museum, Tempe, AZ
2007 Thoughts on Color. Hopkins Hall, Columbus, OH
2006 Intrinsic. Hopkins Hall Gallery. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH OSU Ink: Prints by the Ohio State Printmaking Department. Kuhn Fine Arts
Gallery; The Ohio State University at Marion; Marion, OH
2005 Faculty Exhibition. Hopkins Hall Gallery. The Ohio State University, ,
Impressions. McMaster Gallery, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
Work by New Faculty. Hopkins Gallery, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Inkjet. Foreland Street Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
War Room. Foreland Street Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
2004 AIR Resident Artists Projects. Foreland Street Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
Tools as Art. Avampato Discovery Museum, Charlestown, WV
2003 Appalachian Corridors. Avampato Discovery Museum, Charlestown, WV
Do Don’t/Can Can’t. School of Fine Art, Rhodes University/University of
Cape Town, South Africa
Doppelganger: Faculty Exhibition. Mesaros Art Gallery, Morgantown, WV
2001 Bite Me: A Mordacious Visual Rumination. Southern Graphics Council
Conference, New Orleans, LA
Doppelganger: Faculty Exhibition. Stifel Fine Art Center, Wheeling, WV
Spread the Word. Museum in the Community, Hurricane, WV
Mini Print International University of Western England, Bristol, England
Photographs by Artists. Artists Image Resource, Pittsburgh, PA
Up Against the Wall. Sunrise Museum. Charleston, WV
Ponte Futuro. Girifalco Fortress, Cortona, Italy
Saints and Sinners. Palazzo Cassali, Cortona, Italy and Corcoran Gallery of Art,
Appalachia Interface. Robert C. Byrd Federal Courthouse, Charleston, WV
The Homeostatic Print Portfolio. University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MI
University of Wisconsin-Lacrosse
University of South Florida, Tampa, FL
Spirit and Spirituality. Seton Hill College, Greensburg, PA
1999 Digital Press: Artists Exploring New Technologies. Philadelphia Print Center,
Digital Press: Artists Exploring New Technologies. York College, York, PA
Fabled Impressions. Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
The West Virginia Juried Exhibition. The Cultural Center, Charleston, WV
1998 Colorprint USA. Birke Art Gallery, Marshall University, Huntington, WV
Black and White: WVU Faculty Show. Mesaros Gallery, Morgantown, WV
Colorprint USA. Mesaros Galleries, Morgantown, WV (also at 50 other
Galleries and museums across the US in simultaneous openings)
Pittsburgh Biennial. Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA
Selections from the Pittsburgh Biennial. Clarion University, Clarion, PA WV
Art Educators. Davison Gallery, Tamarack, Beckley, WV
Contemporary Prints. Penelec Gallery, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA
Stone Soup. Mid America Print Conference, Cincinnati, OH
The Best of West Virginia. The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV
Czech/American Exchange Project. Kennedy Museum of Fine Art, Athens, OH
Symbols and Symbolism. Davison Gallery, Tamarack, Beckley, WV
WVU Faculty Plate Show. Stifel Art Center, Wheeling, WV WVU
Faculty Plate Show. The Sunrise Museum Downtown, Charleston, WV
1997 The 9th International Print Biennial. Varna, Bulgaria
Print Panorama: Nostalgia for the Future. Nova Scotia College of Art, Halifax, NS
The West Virginia Juried Exhibition. The Cultural Center, Charleston, WV
Consortium Prints. Missouri Western State College, St. Joseph, MO
Epicenter. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
Epicenter. Alderson-Broaddus College, Phillipi, WV
American Print Survey. Highland Community College, Highland, KS
1996 West Virginia Arts and Crafts Fellowship Exhibition. The Cultural Center,
Presses and Pulled V. Georgia State College, Mildgeville, GA
Epicenter. Appalachian Gallery, Morgantown, WV
Remote State: Holler to Holler. Monongalia Art Center, Morgantown, WV
National Works on Paper. The University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX
1995 Los Angeles Print Society International. Laband Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Faculty Exhibition. The Mesaros Galleries, West Virginia University,
The Cimmaron National Works on Paper. Oklahoma State University,
The Art of Healing. Valencia College, Orlando, FL
1994 National Works on Paper. The University of Texas at Tyler, Tyler, TX
Mostra. Palazzo Vagnotti, Cortona, Italy
Print Types. Chadron State College, Chadron, NE Print Types. Central College,
Tattooed Corpse Portfolio. West Virginia University Art Gallery,
Morgantown, WV 1993
The University of Dallas National Print Invitational.
Haggar University Gallery, Dallas TX
Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, TX
East Texas State University, Commerce, TX
Texas A&M University, Corpus Christi, TX
Warehouse Living Arts Center, Corsicana, TX
Texas Women’s University, Denton, TX
The West Virginia Juried Exhibition. The Cultural Center, Charleston, WV
The Medicine Show. Buckham Gallery, Flint, MI
The Mediated Image. Stifel Fine Art Center, Wheeling, WV
The Mediated Image. Accent Gallery, Morgantown, WV
Lithographs from West Virginia University. Concord College, Athens, WV
Pulling Prints/Talking Together. Maryland Institute, College of Art,
New Media. Marlboro Art Gallery, Prince George's College, Largo, MD
Selections from the Collection. Extension Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Southern Graphics Council Print Exhibition.
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
University of North Alabama, Florence, AL
Montgomery College, Rockville, MD
West Virginia Allied Artists Juried Exhibition. Sunrise Museum, Charleston,
WV Three Rivers Arts Festival. Point State Park, Pittsburgh, PA
Prints International 1992. Silvermine Galleries, New Canaan, CT
Positive/Negative VIII National Juried Exhibition. Slocumb Galleries,
Johnson City, TN
Tattooed Corpse Portfolio. Bradley University, Peoria, IL
Selections from the Collection. Extension Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Faculty Exhibition. Stifel Fine Arts Center, Wheeling, WV
1991 Florida Printmakers' Society 5th National Exhibition. Thomas Gallery,
Three Rivers Arts Festival. Point State Park, Pittsburgh, PA
Boston Printmakers Society 43rd Exhibition. The DeCordova Museum,
I-79 Connection, WVU Faculty Exhibition. Sunrise Art Museum, Charleston, WV
WV Impressions: Printmaking in the Mountain State. Sunrise Museum,
1990 Exhibition 280. Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV
Faculty Exhibition. West Virginia University Art Galleries, Morgantown, WV
A Retrospective of the Printmaking Department. University of Windsor,
1989 Look 89. Sarnia Public Art Gallery, Sarnia, Ontario
Crosscurrents 1989. Stifel Arts Center, Wheeling, WV
Fall Selections. The Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario
Faculty Exchange Exhibition. Lebel Gallery, Windsor, Ontario
Chitoutami Exchange Exhibition. Atelier d’Estampe Sagami, Chitoutami,
1988 50th Upper Ohio Valley Show. Stifel Arts Center, Wheeling, WV
Great White North. Staten Island Art Institute, New York, NY
Annual Members Exhibition. Windsor Printmakers Forum Gallery, Windsor, Ontario
Up Against the Wall. Sunrise Art Museum, Charleston, WV
Awards and Grants
2014 The Ohio Arts Council Grants. Co-author in support of the Pull Left exhibition at the OSU Urban Arts Space.
2011 Greater Columbus Arts Council Grant. Co-author in support of Time and Place, an
OSU Urban Arts Space printmaking exhibition featuring works by artists
from Ohio and Germany
2010 The Emily Tremaine Hall Foundation’s Marketplace Empowerment for Artists
2009 College of Arts and Humanities Research Enhancement Grant. Funding to explore CNC Milling Technologies in Printmaking.
2003 West Virginia University Research Corporation Grant.
2000 New WVU Printmaking Outstanding Research Award. College of Creative Arts,
West Virginia University.
1998 Outstanding Research Award. College of Creative Arts, West Virginia University.
1997 West Virginia Arts and Crafts Fellowship. The West Virginia Commission
on the Arts.
Senate Research Grant. West Virginia University. Funding for Artist Residency
at the Frans Masereel Centrum in Kasterlee, Belgium.
1996 Senate Research Grant. West Virginia University. Funding for Artist Residency
in Cortona, Italy
University of Dallas Printmaking Invitational Purchase Award.
1992 WVU Radiological Consultants Association Summer Fellowship.
WVU Arts and Humanities Creative Research Grant.
1991 Senate Research Grant. West Virginia University. Funding for Artist Residency at
the Peacock Printmakers in Aberdeen, Scotland
1989 Canada Council Explorations Grant.
1985-1987 Arlene G. and Louise Stone Swiger Doctoral Teaching
2015 Attendee, The Southern Graphics International Conference, Knoxville, TN
2104 Guest Lecturer, The Nanjing University for the Arts, Nanjing, China
Panel Presentation: When Robots Rule, Alliance for the Arts in Research
Universities, Ames, IA
Exhibition Coordinator. Pull Left: Contemporary Chinese Art. OSU Urban Arts
Space (touring the US through 2016)
2013 Guest Lecturer, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Juror, Hamblet Student Scholarship Exhibition. Vanderbilt University,
Panel Presentation: Failing is Hard. The College Art Association Conference,
New York, NY
Attendee, The Southern Graphics International Conference, New Orleans, LA
2012 Panel Moderator: Hot Problems: Cool Solutions. The College Art Association
Conference. Los Angeles, CA
Panel Moderator. Ignite Session. The National Council of Arts Administrators
Annual Conference. Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, GA
2011 Attendee, The College Art Association Conference, New York, NY
2010 Member, Board of Directors, The National Council of Arts Administrators
Exhibition Organizer. State of the MFA, Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH
Attendee, The College Art Association Conference, Chicago, IL
2009 Attendee, The College Art Association Conference, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Exhibition Curator. What Time Is This Place. OSU Urban Arts Space,
Attendee, The College Art Association Conference, Dallas, TX
2007 Juror, Annual Student Art Exhibition. Bradley University, Peoria, IL
2006 Guest Lecturer, Indiana University-Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA
2005 Guest Lecturer, Marshall University, Huntington, WV
Guest Lecturer, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Contemporary American Printmakers. Robert Malone and Zuo Yingxue, Editors. Jilin Fine Arts Publishing House. Represented by color reproductions and bibliography.
Printmaking. A Primary Form of Expression. Eldon L. Cunningham, Editor. University Press of Colorado. Represented by one chapter and four reproductions.
Public and Corporate Collections
The Butler Museum of American Art Ohio University
University of Dallas Bradley University
The Royal Museum of Antwerpen University of Windsor
Centrum Frans Masereel University of South Florida
Corcoran Museum and School of Art University of Georgia
Print Council of Canada Texas Tech University
Arizona State University Museum Western Michigan University
Artist Image Resource, Pittsburgh, PA West Virginia University
Southern Graphics Archives ShangDong Contemporary Art Museum
The Print Consortium Jingdezhen Ceramics Institute Art Collections
Windsor Printmakers' Forum Shanghai Visual Art College Fine Art Museum
Hillsun Art Funds Casino Windsor