Faculty Achievements 2005-2006

Faculty Achievements 2005-2006
Grants, Awards and Honors | Publications | Exhibitions | Film and Video | Conferences/Invited Talks


David Furman (Art)

  • One Person Exhibitions
    San Angelo Museum of Fine Art, San Angelo, TX, April-June, 2006
    Solomon Dubnick Gallery, Sacramento, CA, October-November, 2005. This was Professor Furman’s Fortieth one-person exhibition.
  • Group Exhibitions
    “The Yixing Effect, Echoes of the Chinese Scholar,” Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT, April-June, 2006
    “At Your Service,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, NM, March-April, 2006
    “Surface Matters,” Eppink Gallery of Art, Emporia State University, Emporia, KS, January-February, 2006
    “California Dreamin’,” Ceramic Research Center, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, February, 2006
    “New Works 2005: Celebrating Recent Gifts to RAM,” Racine Art Museum, Racine, WI, October, 2005-January, 2006
    “Mastery in Clay: 2005,” The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA, October 2005
    “International Exhibition/Teapots,” Yixing Ceramics Museum, Yixing, China, June 2005
    “NCECA 2005 Invitational Teapot Exhibition,” Yixing Ceramics Museum, Yixing, China, June 2005
    “Venice Artwalk, Auction and Benefit,” Venice, CA, May 2005
    “Delightful Teapots,” World Ceramic Livingware Gallery, Yeoju, Korea, April-June 2005
    “Terra Sutra II, An Exhibition of Erotic Art,” Montage Gallery, Baltimore, MD, February-March 2005

Jesse Lerner (Media Studies)
Curatorial project, "El espanto de la modernidad," exhibited at the Centro Fotográfico Manuel Alvarez Bravo in Oaxaca (November 2005-January 2006) and the fototeca de Veracruz (February-April 2006)

Kathryn Miller (Art/Environmental Studies)
Contemporary Desert Photography: The Other Side of Paradise, Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Springs, California. Photography, tumbleweeds and text, December 2005

Professor Miller recently completed a public art project for the Puente hills Landfill Native Habitat Authority that has been under construction for the past year. The Arroyo Pescadero Interpretive Arena is a rammed earth amphitheater that serves as an outdoor classroom. Botany and geology are incorporated in and around the structure as teaching tools for the ranger programs. The arena establishes a port of entry to the wilderness area and was designed and built in collaboration with artist Andreas Hessing.

Dan Ward (Political Studies)
Images from Vietnam, Nichols Gallery, Pitzer, Claremont, CA, December 2005-January 2006. An exhibit of photography compiled from Professor Ward's year in South East Asia. The proceeds of the sale of the pictures in the exhibit were donated to the Mine Action Group for its work in Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam.