Faculty Achievements 2003-2004

Faculty Achievements 2003-2004
Grants, Awards and Honors | Publications | Exhibitions | Film and Video | Conferences/Invited Talks


David Furman (Art)

One Person Exhibitions:

  • John Elder Gallery, New York, NY, September- October 2004
  • Belger Art Center/UMKC, Kansas City, MO, March-May 2002

Group Exhibitions:

  • “Four Ceramic Sculptors,” Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, CA, July 2004
  • “Venice Art Walk,” Venice, CA, May 2004
  • “Southern California Ceramic Artists,” Riverside Community College Gallery of Art, Riverside, CA, March-April 2004
  • Arizona State University Ceramics Research Center, ASU Art Museum, Ceram-A-Rama Benefit Auction, February 2004
  • “Contemporary American Ceramics,” Katsunari Toyoda Collection, University of Tulsa Museum of Art, Tulsa, OK February-March 2004
  • “Standing Room Only, the 60th Scripps College Ceramics Annual,” Williamson Gallery, Scripps College, Claremont, January-April 2004
  • “A Feast for the Eyes,” Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, CA, December 2003
  • “Not Teapots,” Beame Fine Art Gallery, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, November-December 2003
  • “Mastery in Clay 2003,” The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA, October-November 2003
  • “21st Century Ceramics,” Canzani Center Gallery, Columbus College of Art and Design, Columbus, OH, October-December 2003
  • “2nd World Ceramic Biennale,” Icheon World Ceramic Center, Icheon, Korea, September-October 2003
  • “Planting, Potting and Pruning: Artists and the Cultivated Landscape,” Wustum Museum of Fine Art, Racine, WI, August-November 2003
  • “Subject: Object, OK Harris,” New York, NY, May-July 2003
  • “SOFA/Sculptural Objects Functional Art,” Gallery Materia, the Armory, New York, NY, May-June 2003
  • “Doubletake,” Duxbury Museum, the Museum Complex, Duxbury, MA, May-September 2003
  • “A Year of Art,” Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI, May 2003
  • “American Potters Working in the Realist Tradition,” Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, AR, April-May 2003
  • Venice Art Walk, Venice, CA, 2003
  • “Contemporary American Ceramics 1950-1990,” Ibaraki Prefectural Ceramic Museum, Ibaraki, Japan, March-May 2003
  • “Faculty and Students of the U. of Washington Ceramics Program, 1969-1996,” The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA, April 2003
  • “Trompe L’oeil Sculpture,” Galeria Materia, Scottsdale, AZ, December 2002
  • “The Art of Teapots,” Yingko Ceramics Museum, Taipei, Tiawan, September-December 2002
  • The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, Japan, July-September 2002
  • “Contemporary American Ceramics 1950-1990: A Survey of American Objects and Vessels,” Aichi Ceramic Museum, Achi, Japan, April-June 2002
  • “NCECA Endowments Benefit Auction, Regarding Clay,” Belger Art District, Kansas City, MO, March 2002
  • “Terra Sutra; 21st Century Ceramic Erotica, Incubator Gallery,” Kansas City, MO, March 2002
  • “Ceramic Leaders at ASU,” Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ, March 2002
  • “Clay Body Rhetoric: Ceramic Figure Of Speech,” Beach Museum of Art, Kansas State University, February 2002

Kathryn Miller (Art)
“Mostra Asfalto,” Palazzo della Triennale, Milan, Italy. Photography, artists’ books and mixed media, 2003

“Ecoart=Radical Approaches to Restoring the Earth,” Ecoartspace, Beacon, NY. Photographs and artists’ books, 2003.

“Creative Interventions,” Ecological Design Center, School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. Photography, artists’ books and mixed media, 2003

“Art and Community Landscapes/Area 52,” water clean-up project for the Arroyo Seco, Sycamore Grove Park, Los Angeles. Constructed wetlands to remove pollutants and clean up water quality. Steel dams, limestone and plants. Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, New England Foundation for the Arts and in partnership with the National Park Service Rivers and Trails Conservation Association, 2003.

“Ecovention,” Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH, Mixed media and photography, 2002

“The Function of Art /The Art of Function,” Kellogg Gallery, California State Polytechnic, Pomona, CA, Mixed media, 2002

“Snapshots,” Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Richfield, CT, Photography, 2002

Sheryl F. Miller (Anthropology)
“Weaving the Mayan World: Textile Arts of Highland Guatemala,” Claremont, Fall 2002