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Artist Name, Date of creation

2011 Biennial

“Tidal Forces: The Next Wave” Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida
Opening Reception: Mar 31, 2011

The Tampa Museum of Art will host the 2011 NCECA Biennial from January 29, 2011 to April 24, 2011. This exhibition will be held in conjunction with the 45th annual NCECA Conference in Tampa/St. Petersburg, Florida, March 30 – April 2, 2011.

2013 Biennial Participating Artists
Christopher Adams Lesley Baker Chris Berti
Brian Boldon Andy Brayman Jeremy Brooks
Bob Bruch Sam Chung Autumn Cipala
James Coquia Josh Deweese Magdolene Dykstra
Léopold Foulem Edith Garcia Mark Gordon
Jason Green Shane Harris Trey Hill
Sin-Ying Ho Jared Janovec Nicholas Kripal
Laura Kukkee Clay Leonard David Linger
Jeffrey Mongrain Lindsay Oesterritter Steven Olszewski
Tara Polansky Adam Posnak Carla Potter
Kate Roberts Jesse Ross Brad Schwieger
Virginia Scotchie Jose Sierra David Smith
Jinsoo Song Shawn Spangler Kala Stein
Steven Thurston Charles Timm-Ballard Shalene Valenzuela
Monica Van Den Dool Adam Welch Blake Williams

JURORS:

Glen R Brown - a professor of modern and contemporary art history at Kansas State University »
Glen R. Brown is a professor of modern and contemporary art history at Kansas State University and a member of the International Academy of Ceramics. His 500 Ceramic Sculptures was published in 2009, and more than 40 of his essays have appeared in books and exhibition catalogs. In addition, he has authored over 300 articles and reviews for magazines such as Ceramics: Art and Perception; Sculpture; Ceramics Monthly; Ceramics Technical; American Ceramics; American Craft; Cerámica; New Ceramics, Ceramic Review; Kerameiki Techni; and World Sculpture News.
Julia Galloway'sutilitarian pottery has been exhibited across the United States and Canada »
Julia Galloway was born and raised in New England. Her utilitarian pottery has been exhibited across the United States and Canada and she has demonstrated at the NCECA and the Utilitarian Clay Conferences. Her work can be found in the collations of The Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA, Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Museum, Washington, DC, The Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV, Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, MT , The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and The Woodman Collection: The University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. She earned her undergraduate degree from New York State School of Ceramics at Alfred University and Graduate degree at the University of Colorado in Boulder. For nine years Galloway taught at the School for American Crafts at RIT and recently she moved to Missoula where she is a Professor of Ceramics and Director of the School of Art at the University of Montana.
Arthur Gonzalez is an internationally exhibiting artist with over thirty-five one-person shows in the last twenty-five years »
Arthur Gonzalez is an internationally exhibiting artist with over thirty-five one-person shows in the last twenty-five years, including seven in Manhattan, New York. He has received many awards including the Virginia Groot Foundation twice and is an unprecedented four-time recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Fellowship within a ten-year period. He is a Professor of Art at the California College of the Arts (formerly CCAC) where he was chair of the ceramics program from 1995-2006. Gonzalez has been an artist-in-residence in many places including University of Georgia, Athens, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Penland School of Craft, North Carolina, University of Akron in Ohio, Tainan National University in Taiwan, and Pilchuck Glass School in Washington.

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