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The Visiting Artist Program's mission is to educate and cultivate a greater understanding and appreciation of contemporary art and culture by providing opportunities for students and the community to engage in meaningful discourse with regional, national and international artists, designers, art educators, art historians, curators, and critics. 

2018-2019 Lecture Series: 
Aaron Cohick 9/20/18 
Yu Ji 10/11/18
Linda Lopez and Mathew McConnell 11/8/18
David Levi 11/15/18
Tom McCarthy 2/28/19
Surya Vanka 4/5/19

Presented by Southern Illinois University Carbondale's School of Art & Design and funded by the Fine Arts Activity Fee. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise specified.


Tom McCarthy Jewelry

Tom McCarthy

Thursday, February 28th, 2019

Public Lecture: 7 pm
Guyon Auditorium 
Morris Library

Tom McCarthy has been making jewelry for over thirty years. He has an MFA from Southern Illinois University - Carbondale. His work is in numerous private and public collections including the Mint Museum of Craft and Design in Charlotte, NC. McCarthy has often taught at Penland, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts and the Campbell Folk School. He contributed a chapter to the Penland Book of Jewelry, Lark Books. The State of Florida awarded him a Fellowship in the Arts in 2006.


David Levi Sculpture

David Levi

Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Public Lecture: 7 pm
Guyon Auditorium 
Morris Library

American artist and designer David Levi has made sculpture and functional works using glass as his primary medium since 1983. Devotion to unraveling the expressive possibilities of the material has been a constant over a long career in the studio, as well as in service to the art glass industry in design and engineering. Levi gained national recognition for innovative and timely work in the 1980s and 90s, during the peak of the American Studio Glass Movement. He was invited to exhibit at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC, and the American Craft Museum in New York City, as well as earning the American Craft Council Young Americans Award and a National Endowment for the Arts grant. Born 1959
Bilingual childhood split between St. Louis Missouri, and Graz/ Vienna, Austria
BFA 1983 Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri
Kulturarbetare i Glass, Transjo / Kosta, Sweden, Milliken fellowship, 1984 (Jan-Erik Ritzman, Svenne Carlsson)
Co-founder and principal; Ibex Glass Studio 1985 - 
David Levi's work belongs to the permanent collections of museums in Europe, Japan and the United States. He teaches and lectures at glass, crafts and design schools. He maintains a studio in Oakland California.


Linda Lopez Ceramic Art Mathew McConnell Ceramic Art 

Linda Lopez & Mathew McConnell

Thursday, November 11th, 2018

Public Lecture: 7pm
Lawson 161

Linda Nguyen Lopez (b. 1981) received a BFA in ceramics and BA in art education from California State University of Chico. She received a MFA in ceramics from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Lopez has exhibited her work in New Zealand and throughout the United States including Robischon Gallery, Denver; Vertigo Art Space, Denver; The Clay Studio, Philadelphia; Center for Emerging Visual Artists, Philadelphia and the Jane Hartsook Gallery at Greenwich House Pottery in New York, New York. She has been an artist in resident at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia and the Archie Bray Foundation. In 2015, Lopez was included in the Scripps Ceramics Annual curated by Julia Haft-Candel and the State of the Art exhibition at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

Mathew McConnell (b. 1979, Johnstown, PA) holds an MFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a BFA from Valdosta State University in Georgia. He has held numerous solo exhibitions and his works have been included in group exhibitions in China, Australia, New Zealand, and in many venues across the United States. Most recently, at the Jane Hartsook Gallery, NYC. He has been subject of feature-length articles in Ceramics Art and Perception and Ceramics Monthly. In 2012, Mathew was granted an “Emerging Artist” award from the National Council on Education in Ceramic Art. He has also been a resident at the Archie Bray Foundation, where he was awarded the Lilian Fellowship in 2011 and the Sage Scholarship in 2007. In 2010, Mathew served as the Artist in Residence and Guest Lecturer of Contemporary Craft at Unitec in Auckland, New Zealand. He is currently serving as an Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas, where he oversees the ceramics area.


 Yu Ji artwork

Yu Ji

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Public Lecture: 7pm 
Guyon Auditorium 
Morris Library

Professor Yu Ji completed undergraduate study from the Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing, and later earned his MFA degrees in drawing, painting and printmaking from the State University of New York at New Paltz. After attending a figurative workshop in France, and one at University of New Hampshire with scholarships from the La Napoule Art Foundation, Yu Ji took his post-graduate study at New York Studio School as a recipient of the Charles H. Revson fellowship. His work had been influenced by contemporary American figurative artists and New York based formalist painters, and later evolved into his own unique style. He has exhibited drawings and paintings across the country including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Kansas City, Los Angeles, and recently in Beijing, Tianjin, and Guangzhou. In support of his urban studies, Yu Ji received grants from the Utah Arts Council, Illinois Arts Council, Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, and the Alpay Artist Grant of the Palo Verde Art Center in Southern California. 

Currently, Yu Ji is a professor teaching life drawing and painting in the School of Art at California State University, Long Beach. His university tenure also includes teaching at Central Academy of Fine Art in Beijing, Southern Utah University, Eastern Illinois University and recently at Beijing Normal University. 

http://www.yujistudio.net/drawing.html


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Aaron Cohick

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Public Lecture: 7pm 
Guyon Auditorium 
Morris Library


The NewLights Press is publishing-as-artistic practice, and is the imprint under which Aaron Cohick publishes his own work and that of other artists and writers. NewLights Press was founded in May of 2000 in Baltimore, Maryland. Aaron received his BFA in Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2002, and his MFA in Printmaking from Arizona State University in 2007. NewLights has been located in Baltimore, MD, Tempe, AZ, Oakland, CA, and is currently based in Colorado Springs. Aaron is also the Printer of The Press at Colorado College, a letterpress studio and classroom that seeks to create an interdisciplinary space in the liberal arts curriculum. Aaron's work, under both imprints, is held in public and private collections all over the world, including the Library of Congress, the British Library, the National Library of Australia, Yale University, the Letterform Archive, the Newberry Library, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Tate Britain.

www.newlightspress.com 


Patrick Vincent

Patrick Vincent

Thursday, April 26, 2018

Event begins at 7pm until done.

Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
605 Agricultural Drive
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901

Patrick Vincent received his MFA in Printmaking from Arizona State University in 2012 and a BFA in Studio Art and a BA in Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature from the University of Minnesota in 2007. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Printmaking at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, TN. He previously taught at Minnesota State University Moorhead and the Lawrence Art Center. Vincent has recently mounted exhibitions at venues such as Valdosta State University (Valdosta, GA), the Plains Art Museum (Fargo, ND), and the Dayton Visual Arts Center (Dayton, OH). His work has been included in numerous juried exhibitions including the Turner National Print Competition (Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico, CA), Structure Unbound: Interdisciplinary Book Art (Wright State University, Dayton, OH), the 3rd International Artist's Book Competition (Lia Libro de Artista, Jalisco, Guadalajara, Mexico), and the Harnett Biennial of American Prints (Joel & Lila Harnet Museum of Art, University of Richmond, VA).


Sharon Vatsky

Sharon Vatsky

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Event begins at 7pm until done.

Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
605 Agricultural Drive
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901

Sharon Vatsky currently serves as Director of School, Youth and Family Programs at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum where she oversees the planning and facilitation of programs and interpretive materials for students, teachers, and families.

She has conducted workshops for teachers and museum educators in many museums and universities in the US and internationally. Prior to joining the Guggenheim in 2000, she was Curator of Education at the Queens Museum of Art in New York for more than a decade.

Ms. Vatsky has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in arts education, museum education and visual arts at the City University of New York, Teachers College, Columbia University, St. John’s University, Russell Sage College and the State University of New York, Albany. Her new book Museum Gallery Activities: A Handbook will be published by the American Alliance of Museums this summer.

Ms. Vatsky holds graduate degrees in art from the State University of New York at Albany, Hartford Art School and an undergraduate degree from New York University. In 2008 she was the recipient of the Charles Marshal Robertson Award from the School Art League presented annually to an educator “who has made a significant contribution to art education.”


Aaron Draplin shuttle

Aaron Draplin

Friday, April 6, 2018

Event begins at 2pm until done.

Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
605 Agricultural Drive
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901

Aaron Draplin is a designer and founder of Draplin Design Co. (DDC), located in the mighty Pacific Northwest. The DDC has rolled up its sleeves on a number of projects related to print, identity, web development, and illustration. Priding itself on craftsmanship and quality, the DDC has made stuff for Field Notes, Esquire, Nike, Red Wing, Burton Snowboards, Ford Motor Co., Hughes Entertainment, and even the Obama Administration.


cloche jars by aimee howard

Aimee Howard

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Event begins at 7pm until done.

Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
605 Agricultural Drive
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901

Aimee Howard studied metalsmithing at Ball State University receiving her BFA in 2006. After earning her MFA in 2009 from the University of Kansas, she was very fortunate to have the opportunity to teach metals at the University of Louisiana – Lafayette. Aimee now calls Edwardsville, IL home, spending time on personal artistic pursuits and heading the Metalwork program at Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville.

Aimee’s artwork focuses on complex issues relating to advancements in Western medicine. Particularly, the dilemmas produced by the marvels of medical technology juxtaposed with the often intrusive procedures used to sustain and prolong life. Her pieces raise challenging questions about hope, science, and cures. Her work has been exhibited both nationally and internationally at venues including the Brunswick Street Gallery in Fitzroy, Australia, the Gil-gum Research Center in Seoul, Korea, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum in Tokyo, Japan, the Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center in Covington, Kentucky, Kawliga Studios in New Orleans, LA, and First Street Gallery in New York, NY. She also holds a US Design Patent.


Future Retrieval studio space

Future Retrieval (Katie Parker + Guy Michael Davis)

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Event begins at 7pm until done.

Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
605 Agricultural Drive
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901

Founded in 2008, Future Retrieval is the studio collaboration of Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker. The pieces created utilize three-dimensional scanning and digital manufacturing of found forms that are molded and constructed in porcelain, mimicking the history of decorative arts and design. Our process addresses the conceptualization, discovery, and acquisition of form, to make content-loaded sculptures that reference design and are held together by craft. We incorporate an interdisciplinary approach to our work, striving to make influential historic objects relevant to today.

Guy Michael Davis and Katie Parker will do an artist lecture on a Thursday evening and then meet and critique students on Friday. They will act as jurors of a student exhibition on Friday afternoon. The lecture will be free and open to the general university population as will the pop up exhibition and the jurors' comments. The collaborative, multi media approach to art making practiced by Future Retrieval will be a benefit to students and community in a variety of disciplines.


man holding stop sign with bullet holes

Visiting Artist Najee Dorsey

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Event begins at 7:00 p.m. until done.

Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
605 Agricultural Drive
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901

In advancing both his art and entrepreneurship, Najee opened a creative hub in Blytheville, Arkansas with the help of his wife, Seteria (who is also an artist). This creative space functioned as an art gallery, coffee-shop, and used book store during the summer of 2000. Najee used the space as a launchpad for his career as “artrepreneur”-- a title referenced to in a 2012 BlackEnterprise.com article on Dorsey.

In 2005, the Dorseys moved to Atlanta, GA, where Najee became a full-time artist. Focusing solely on his art resulted in a fruitful career. Now, more than 10 years later, his work has been featured in nine museum shows including, Visions of our 44th Collection at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit, MI and Leaving Mississippi: Reflections on Heroes and Folklore at the Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA and the African American Museum in Dallas, TX. Over the years, Dorsey’s changing mediums have resonated with many people, but his consistency in exhibiting imagery rooted in his southern heritage is what Dorsey is known for.

Since becoming a full-time artist in 2005, Najee has become well acquainted with the trials and tribulations of most African American artists: the closed doors in the arts community, the lack of representation in art institutions, and the undervaluation of African American art and its creators by dominant society. Being the proactive individual that he is, Najee founded Black Art In America™ (BAIA) in 2010 as a free online media platform for African American artists, collectors, art enthusiasts, and arts professionals. In the company’s conceptual stages, influencers from BAIA’s audience were surveyed and it became clear that their issues were centered on exposure, appreciation, and access to each other. BAIA™ was founded as a centralized location for profiling the African American artist -- giving members of the network access to the work of African American artists (past and contemporary), and most importantly, opportunities for interchange. Since 2010, the network has become the leading online portal and resource focused on African American art, artists, collectors, industry leaders, and arts enthusiasts. The BAIA™ online network currently has a monthly virtual reach of 750,000 people and growing.

Contact Lonnie Mann III for details: lonniemann3@gmail.com


Sculpture by Joshua Hershman

Visiting Artist Joshua Hershman

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Event begins at 7:00 p.m. until done.

Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
605 Agricultural Drive
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901

Joshua Hershman is an American-born artist dedicated to developing new techniques in glass-working that combine optical physics with the fluidity of glass to make conceptually driven sculpture. By harnessing light through hand-polished lenses, Hershman employs unique methods of casting, coldworking and photography in his boundary-pushing work. Joshua is represented by AiBo Gallery.

Contact Lonnie Mann III for details: lonniemann3@gmail.com


Jill Foote Hutton collage with name

Visiting Artist Shelley Gipson

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Event begins at 7:00 p.m. until done.

Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library
605 Agricultural Drive
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL 62901

Shelley Gipson received her MFA from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth in 1997 and a BFA from Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, TX in 1994. She is currently an Associate Professor of Printmaking at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She previously taught at the University of Maine Presque Isle and the University of North Texas in Denton. Gipson has mounted many solo exhibitions at venues such as Cage Gallery at Otis College of Art & Design (Los Angeles, CA), Bradbury Gallery (Jonesboro, AR), and the Bedford Gallery (Longwood University, Farmville, VA). Her work has been included in numerous juried exhibitions including the 31st Paper in Particular (Columbia College, MO), Parkside National Small Print Exhibition (University of Wisconsin- Parkside), the Guanlan International Print Biennial (Guanlan Mueseum, Shenzhen, China), and the First International Print Biennial at the Istanbul Museum of Graphic Arts in Turkey.

Contact Lonnie Mann III for details: lonniemann3@gmail.com


Jill Foote Hutton collage with nameVisiting Artist Jill Foote-Hutton

October 11, 2017

Public Lecture: 7:00 pm

Guyon Auditorium
Morris Library

Jill Foote-Hutton is the Coordinator of Artist Services and Storytelling at Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, MN. During her artist talk she will share information about grants and residency opportunities for emerging ceramic artists and the alternative educational program founded at NCC in 2014, MN NICE (Minnesota New Institute for Ceramic Education). Her core value as an arts administrator and as a studio artist is to increase creative opportunities of empowerment. She will relate stories of a professional path inextricably intertwined between office and studio, between spreadsheets and human interaction. Join Jill, as the founder of Whistlepig Studio and a member of a nationally recognized clay center, in a conversation about creating personal engagements in public and private spaces for all levels of community.

Free and open to the public.


Jennifer Crescuillo

Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017

Public Lecture: 7:00 pm

Guyon Auditorium
Morris Library

Jennifer Crescuillo is an internationally exhibited artist living and working in Silver Point, Tennessee with her family. She first started working with glass at Bowling Green State University where she completed her Bachelors of Fine Art. She then continued her research at Southern Illinois University Carbondale where she received her Masters of Fine Art in 2010. She operates a contract cold working company with her partner, Andrew Najarian, named High Polish Studio.

Jennifer has been featured in New Glass Review 34 and 36, and she was granted a fellowship at Wheaton Arts at The Creative Glass Center of America in 2014. Jennifer has also worked and taught in many glass studios around the United States such as Pilchuck Glass School, Urban Glass, The Studio of The Corning Museum of Glass, Pittsburgh Glass Center, and the Appalachian Center for Craft.

jennifercrescuillo.com


Masako Onodera

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Public Lecture: 7:00 pm

Guyon Auditorium
Morris Library

Objects exist for decades, centuries or even millennia. Their functions transform over time from utilitarian to symbolic, from direct use by their owners to a ritual, indirect use. Despite their inanimate existence they stipulate a sense of space and time with their tactile and visual sensations. I am attracted to their quiet, flexible but robust presence. Objects are loaded with their stories and functions as well as the trace of hands that have touched them.

Masako Onodera’s work is the means to awake the viewers and wearer of the objects. It aims to make them conscious of their own bodies and the evanescence of time. The art object becomes a theater for the indelible physical and emotional memories of everyday. They are both sensual and peculiar. They suggest an experience of the body that is altered by the tactile and visual characteristics of the article.

Engaging craft as process is an important part of Masako’s work. Because craft and body beautification methods signify an obsession with ideal beauty, a human fantasy only objects are able to embody.

masakoonodera.com


Hannah Higgins

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Public Lecture: 7:00 pm

Guyon Auditorium
Morris Library

Professor Hannah B. Higgins has been teaching at UIC since 1994. Her research and course topics examine twentieth century avant-garde art with a specific interest in Dadaism, Surrealism, Fluxus, Happenings, performance art, food art and early computer art. Her books and articles argue for the humanistic value of multimodal aesthetic experiences.

Higgins is solo author of Fluxus Experience (University of California Press, 2002) and The Grid Book (MIT Press, 2009) and co-editor of with Douglas Kahn of Mainframe Experimentalism: Early Computing and the Foundations of Digital Art (University of California Press, 2012). She has received the UIC University Scholar Award, DAAD, Getty and Philips Collection Fellowships and is co-executor of the Estate of Dick Higgins and the Something Else Press.

artandarthistory.uic.edu/profile/hannah-b-higgins


Kelli Anderson

Friday, April 7, 2017

Public Lecture

Guyon Auditorium
Morris Library

Kelli is an artist/designer and tinkerer who is always experimenting with new means of making images and experiences.

She draws, photographs, cuts, prints, codes, and creates a variety of designed things for herself and others. From interactive paper to layered, experimental websites, everything begins and ends in her studio which houses a 1919 letterpress and an assortment of other benevolent contraptions. Kelli also teaches art history at Pratt every summer.

kellianderson.com


Michelle Grabner

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Public Lecture: 7:00 pm

Guyon Auditorium
Morris Library

Grabner considers herself a conceptual artist, and her work seeks Platonic ideals of orderliness and routine. In her early work, she pursued these principles through her domestic environment and everyday life (crocheted blanket patters, paper towel patterns, etc.) and in her later abstract work through repetitious vocabulary, simple mathematical ordering, the Archimedean spiral, and basic radial compositions. In her most recent work, she has revisited the domestic realm through use of fabric and gingham patterns. She sees this work in relationship to the work of Eleanore Mikus, Anni Albers, and Sheila Hicks. Critic Barry Schwabsky writes that, “Her paintings refer to the traditionally feminine realm of the domestic by way of the metaphorically loaded imagery of fabrics and textiles—not only blankets and curtains but rugs, clothing, and so on. They might therefore be seen as a Pop rereading of the abstractionists' grid, in the tradition of the Dutch artist Daan van Golden's work of the '60s, or as continuing the recovery and reevaluation, in the feminist-inspired Pattern & Decoration art of the '70s, of the “secret language” and “covert imagery” (as Miriam Schapiro and Melissa Meyer put it in 1978) of women's domestic productivity.”

Her work is in the collection of the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Milwaukee Art Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; DaimlerChrysler Collection, Berlin; Musee d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg Mudam Museum, Luxembourg; Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC; and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.

In November 2012 Grabner was chosen to be one of three curators for the 2014 Whitney Biennial in New York.

michellegrabner.com


Previous Visiting Artists from 2016


Rob Swainston

Sept. 15, 2016

Born and raised in rural Pennsylvania, Rob Swainston received a BA in Art and Political Science from Hampshire College, Amherst, and an MFA in Visual Arts from Columbia University. He attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the Marie Walsh Studio Program, and Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center.  He is an alumnus of the Philadelphia art collective Vox Populi, and founder and master printer at Prints of Darkness—a collaborative printshop in NYC. He has had solo shows with Marginal Utility, Philadelphia; Neuwerk Kunsthalle, Konstanz, Germany; David Krut Projects, New York; and BravinLee Programs, New York.  Numerous group exhibitions and public projects include: The Bronx Museum; NYC Parks; Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens; Smack Mellon, Brooklyn; Arlington Arts Center; Provincetown Art Association and Museum; The Queens Museum; Canada Gallery, NYC; and the Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami. His work has been featured in Art in PrintV-magazinePrinteresting, and Art21 blogs. Swainston is Assistant Professor of Art and Design in Printmaking at SUNY Purchase. He lives and works in Brooklyn and Queens, NY.

robswainston.com


Tim Berg & Rebekah Myers

Sept. 26, 2016

Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers are a studio art collaborative based in Claremont, California. Berg and Myers have participated in multiple solo exhibitions including Site Unseen at the American Museum of Ceramic Art in Pomona, CA (2014); Honest to Goodness at Santa Barbara City College, CA (2014); An Embarrassment of Riches at Dean Project Gallery in New York, NY (2013); On the Brink at Dean Project Gallery in New York, NY (2011); and As Luck Would Have It at Nääs Konsthantverk Galleri in Göteborg, Sweden (2009). Over the years Berg and Myers have also participated in numerous group exhibitions in the US, Mexico, South Korea, Qatar and Kuwait. Their work is included in many private and public collections including The Betty Woodman Collection at the University of Colorado and the Biedermann Museum in Germany.

Berg additionally works as an Associate Professor of Art at Pitzer College in Claremont, CA and a freelance curator. He has curated a number of exhibitions including Tannaz Farsi - Crowd Control (2012) and The 67th Scripps Ceramic Annual - Making Fun (2011).

Berg received his MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Alfred, NY in 2003 and BFA magna cum laude from the University of Colorado in Boulder, Boulder, CO in 2000. Myers received her BFA from the University of Colorado in Boulder, Boulder, CO in 2000 and continued her studies in graphic design at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco, CA.

myersbergstudios.com


Safaa Abd El Salam

Sept. 29, 2016

Public Lecture: University Museum

Art Exhibition: “Mosaics, Collages and Paintings”

Sept. 26–Oct. 1, 2016, Vergette Gallery

Sept. 27

Artist Talk
“Conservation and Preservation of Cultural History: Background and Introduction to scientific research”


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