The Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies welcomes Joanna Powell to lecture on her work. Powell comes to PNCA as a Visiting Artist for the Low-Res MFA in Visual Studies program’s summer intensive.
Joanna Powell (b.1981,Dallas,TX) received a BFA in ceramics from the University of North Texas(2008) and received an MFA in ceramics from the University of Colorado at Boulder (2012). Powell has exhibited her work throughout the United States including The Archie Bray Foundation, Helena; Showpen Gallery, Denver; and the Center for Contemporary Craft, Pittsburgh, PA. In 2011, she was a LEAP finalist at The Center for Contemporary Craft. Powell was a finalist in the Zanesville Prize for Contemporary Ceramics and received Honorable Mention. From 2013-2015 she was a long term-resident at The Archie Bray Foundation. Recently, she was named a 2015 NCECA Emerging Artist. From 2015-2016 she was an Artist-In- Residence at Kansas State University and taught ceramics. Currently she is a full-time studio artist in Helena, Montana.
—Bio and image provided by artist.
You can find information about Joanna Powell here:
2015 NCECA Emerging Artist – Joanna Powell: http://blog.nceca.net/joanna-powell-emerging-artist
Ceramic Artists Now Article
— Research blog post by Gerardo Vargas, 2016 Low-Res MFA in Visual Studies candidate.
The Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies Program is pleased to welcome Steve Locke to lecture about his work. Locke is a Visiting Artist for Low-Res MFA in Visual Studies, a seminal component of the program’s summer intensive.
STEVE LOCKE (b. 1963, Cleveland, Ohio, USA) is a Boston-based artist, raised in Detroit, Michigan. He received a B.S. in 1984 from Boston University, a B.F.A. in 1997 and an M.F.A. in 2001 from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. He attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2002. He has received grants from The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, The Art Matters Foundation, and the LEF Foundation Contemporary Work Fund Grant. His solo exhibition, there is no one left to blame, was curated by Helen Molesworth for the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston. This show traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit and was on view through July 2014, and coincided with the publication of the artists first monograph by the same title. He is represented by Samsøñ in Boston, MA. He has had solo exhibitions with Mendes Wood in Sao Paulo, Brasil and a solo project at VOLTA 5 in Basel, Switzerland. He has been included in group shows in Boston, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Savannah, Seattle, Sao Paulo and Beijing. His work has been reviewed in ARTFORUM, Art in America, Art New England, JUXTAPOZ, The Boston Globe, and The New Yorker. He writes the blog, artandeverythingafter.com. Mr. Locke is an Associate Professor at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
You can find information about work related to Locke in the following books from our collection:
Wet – N 72 .F45 S36 1997
Headmaster No.2 – TR 674 .H43 2011 vol.2
Learn more about Steve Locke and his work:
Steve Locke’s watercolors at New American Paintings
— research blog post by Richard S Boswell
The Low-Residency MFA in Visual Studies welcomes Shana Moulton to lecture on her work. Moulton comes to PNCA as a Visiting Artist for the Low-Res MFA in Visual Studies program’s summer intensive.
Shana Moulton creates performance and video works that examine bodily and spiritual anxieties and their relationship to popular culture, self-help goods and functionless consumer objects. In her works, Moulton creates surreal narratives about the life of Cynthia, a woman trapped in a mundane life searching for enlightenment. Cynthia engages in pathetic situations that become playful and profound. Using visual and aural displacements to create narrative twists, Moulton reveals the strangeness of reality and an endless labyrinth of associations that can be drawn from the trashiest of media and consumer goods. Through her banal home decorations, Cynthia searches for fulfillment, purpose and salvation. Her struggles with the mundane, the eclectic and the disposable, offer a unique perspective on the relationship between spirituality and consumerism in contemporary society.
—Bio and image provided by artist.
You can find information about Moulton in the following resources from our collection:
Futurist life redux — DVD NX 456.5 .F8 2011
SFMOMA and Portland Green Cultural Projects ; produced by Performa.
The first Futurist film ever made, “Vita Futurista” was created in 1916 by Arnaldo Ginna and other artists. The only known copy of this film is lost. Now, an extraordinary group of contemporary film and video artists create a brand new version for the twenty-first century.
Cartune Xprez — DVD PN 6727 .C374 2008
A collection of fifteen animated short and loop films created by animators from around the world.
J&L Video #1 — DVD N 6498 .V53 J22 2007
Short live action and animated films.
Moving Image — NX 650 .M64 M68 2015
edited by Omar Kholeif.
This anthology examines the expanded field of the moving image in recent art, tracing the genealogies of contemporary moving image work in performance, body art, experimental film, installation, and site-specific art from the 1960s onwards.
Learn more about Shana Moulton and her work
Shana Moulton on Art 21
View her Whispering Pines project on Creative Capital.
Shana Moulton interview with Frieze / The New York-based artist talks about character, the west coast, process and slime.
— Research blog post by Harrison Creech
(NOTE: lecture cancelled)