AMY HAUFT

ahauft@mac.com 
amyhauft.com

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2017
700,000:1, Gordon Galleries, Old Dominion University, Norfolk VA.
Testsite, Austin TX.

2010
Counter Re-Formation. Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA.

2009
Counter Re-Formation. Richmond Center for Visual Arts, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI.

2006
FOG AREA. Alcott Gallery. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC.

2001
Spray Skirt in a Folding Field. Art Container Project, NYC.

1999
when i say marco, you say polo… Stuyvesant-Fish House, The Cooper Union, NYC.
when i say marco, you say polo… Augustus Saint-Gaudins Foundation Gallery, Cornish, NH.
Working Knowledge: From Kitty Hawk to the Janiculum. American Academy, Rome, Italy.

1998
Period Room. Beaver College Art Gallery, Philadelphia.
Beistegui Roof Garden. Postmasters Hole, NYC.
No More Than Meets The Eye, version 2. Derek Eller Gallery, NYC.

1997
No More Than Meets The Eye. Galeria Wschodnia, £ódz Poland.

1994
Counting To Infinity. Lipton + Owens Co., NYC.

1993
Disaster Plans: New York. Andrea Rosen Gallery, NYC.
Disaster Plans: California. Quint/Krichman Projects, San Diego. 
Whitman Raised. Cadman Plaza Park, NYC (Sponsored by Public Art Fund).

1991
If This Is True… Berland/Hall Gallery, NYC.

1990
A Reasonable Facsimile. Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT.
You Are Here. Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara CA.

1989
The Irony Of Geology. Window, The New Museum, NYC.

1988
“A Descent Into the Maelstrom.” USC Atelier Gallery, Los Angeles.
Ploughing the Sea. BACA Downtown, Brooklyn NY.

1987
Naming Things. P.S.1, Long Island City, NY.
Die Galerie Der Romantiker. Art Awareness, Lexington NY.

1985
Confessions Of The New Germans. Franklin Furnace, NYC.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015
Inquiry: Assembly/Collection/Assortment. Department of Art and Art History Faculty Exhibition.  Always Open Always Closed. Visual Art Center, University of Texas at Austin.    

2013
Department of Art + Art History Faculty Exhibition. The Llano Uplift. Visual Art Center, University of Texas at Austin.

2009
Open ev+A 2007: A Sense of Place. Fog Area/Watermark. Istabraq Hall, Limerick City Hall, Limerick, Ireland. Curated by Klaus Ottman.
From the Archives: 40 Years / 40 Projects. White Columns, NYC. Double X. Step Gallery. Herberger College of the Arts, Arizona State University, Phoenix AZ.
Faculty Exhibition. FAB Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA. 

2003
Folly. 2003 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art. Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, NY.
2001
Drawing Projects - Drawings by Seven Artists. Gallery Joe, Philadelphia. Non-Matriculated Residencies. Temple Gallery, Philadelphia.

1997
What I Did On My Summer Vacation. White Columns, NYC.

1996
Making Sense. Drawn & Quartered. Katonah Museum, Katonah NY. Curated by Patricia Phillips.

1995
Critical Distance. The Unreliable Narrator. Neuberger Museum, SUNY Purchase, NY. Curated by Connie Butler.
Face Forward: Contemporary Self Portraiture. If This Is True… John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan Wisconsin. Curated by Maureen Sherlock.

1994
Free Falling. Berlin Shafir Gallery, NYC.
Passages. Incubator. Sleeth Gallery, West Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon WV. Curated by V.Daniels & N.Fisch.

1993
Construction In Process. The Fumes of Sleep. International Artists Museum, £ódz, Poland.

1992
Outside Possibilities. How True. The Rushmore Festival, Woodbury NY, curated by Bill Arning.

1992
Fall. Amy Lipton Gallery, NYC.

1991
Coast To Coast. If This Is True… Betty Rymer Gallery, School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Curated by Mary Jane Jacob.
Nomos. 8 Lb 7 Oz. Penine Hart Gallery, NYC, curated by Robert Mahoney.

1990
Working In Brooklyn - Installations. You Are Here. Brooklyn Museum. curated by Charlotta Kotik.
On Nature. Incubator. Berland/Hall Gallery, NYC.
Group Drawing Exhibition. Althea Viafora Gallery, NYC.

1988
Tent of Clouds. Outdoor project for ArtPark, Lewiston NY.

1987
A New Generation. Theater of the Eye. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Constructions: Between Sculpture and Architecture. Theater Of Memory and Surveillance. Sculpture Center, NYC.

1986
Amy Hauft and Andy Yoder. The Hall of Fakes and Forgeries. White Columns, NYC.
Domiciles. Pleasure Of Ruins. Hallwalls, Buffalo NY.

1985
New Artists/New Work. Rm W/VW. Marianne Deson Gallery, Chicago.

1984
Selections From The File. The Work Of Art In The Age Of Mechanical Reproduction. Artists Space, NYC.

1983
New Talent Show. The Best Of All Possible Worlds. N.A.M.E. Gallery, Chicago.

CURATORIAL PROJECTS

2012
Suzanne. Artisphere, Arlington VA.

2011
Our Cult’s Classic. Pierogi Boiler, Brooklyn NY (With Gregory Volk).
The Demo Show. Fab Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, 
Richmond VA.

2008
What The Flock?! Johnston Foster, Fab Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth 
University, Richmond VA. (Poster)
Boxing In The Kitchen: Ann Agee. Fab Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth 
University, Richmond VA. (Brochure)

2006
Fixed And Hazardous Objects: Ester Partegas. Fab Gallery, Virginia 
Commonwealth University, Richmond VA. (Brochure)

2005
Relativity: Suntek Chung, James Davis, Jeannine Harkleroad and
Chris Norris. Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University,
Richmond VA. (Catalogue)

GRANTS + AWARDS

2016
Sculpture Space Residency, Utica NY.
6-week residency.

2012 - now
Leslie Waggener Professorship, University of Texas at Austin.
Annual funding for research projects.

2009
Dean’s Research Funding, VCUarts.
Funding for solo exhibition at University of Michigan.

2006
Dean’s Research Funding, VCUarts.
Funding for solo exhibition at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.
Grant-In-Aid-of-Research, Tyler School of Art.
Funding for Neuberger Museum Biennial project.
2001
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Sculpture.
Lily Auchinclaus Foundation.
Funding for Art Container Project.

2000
Summer Research Grant, Tyler School of Art.
Funding for Art Container Project.

98/99
Saint-Gaudins Memorial Fellowship.
A nominated cash grant awarded to one sculptor each year.

1999
Saint-Gaudins Memorial Fellowship.
Funding for solo exhibition at Saint Gaudens Foundation Headquarters 
in New Hampshire and in New York City.

1998
Pew Exhibitions Initiative.
Major grant funding for Period Room, a 72-page color catalog 
and collaborative costs with 6 museums and institutions including: the 
Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Philadelphia Philosophical Society and
the Philadelphia Atheneum.
ArtsLink Grant.
Funding for solo exhibition at Galerie Wscodnia, Poland.

1995
Grant-In-Aid-of-Research, Tyler School of Art.
Funding for solo exhibition at Galerie Wscodnia, Poland.

95/96
Howard Foundation Fellowship, Brown University. 
A fully funded 1-year sabbatical.

1995
New York Foundation for the Arts, Fellowship in Sculpture.
Civitella Ranieri Foundation Fellowship, Umbria Italy.
2-month residency in Umbria Italy.
Grant –In-Aid-of-Research, Tyler School of Art.
Funding for Civitella Ranieri Residency.

BIBLIOGRAPHY - selected

2010
Ryan, Dinah. “Future Anterior: an index to contemporary art’s imminent history; Amy Hauft.” ART PAPERS, May/June 2010: p 51. Print.
Hitchcock, Chris. “Hauft’s Massive Piece a Replica of 17th Century Banquet Table.” KALAMAZOO GAZETTE, 09 September 2009: Web. 5 Jun 2010. http://bit.ly/GSxk0x

2009
Proctor, Roy. “Re-creating a rococo fantasy.” RICHMOND TIMES-
DISPATCH 13 December 2009: n. pag. Web.
http://tinyurl.com/ay4ybqo
Harp, Hilary, Amy Hauft, Elizabeth Chaney, M. Michelle Illuminato and 
Chelsea Lorber. “Shifting Viewpoints/ Shifting Meanings in the Work of 
Four Women Artists : Curator’s Statement, Double X.” FRONTIERS. Vol. 30, No. 1 (2009): 65-87. Print.

2002
Kaufman, Leslie, “College Art Galleries”, October 2002, Volume 21 No.8, SCULPTURE MAGAZINE, pp.50-55.

2001
Hill, Lori, “firstfridayfocus – Gallery Joe”, January 2001, PHILADELPHIA 
WEEKLY.
Rice, Robin, “In The Beginning – Pre-project renderings can be as compelling as the end result”. January 25 – February 1 2001, PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER.
Sozanski, Edward J., “Drawing’s public face”, February 2 2001, 
THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER.

2000
Phillips, Patricia, “Critique and Compliance”, May 2000, SCULPTURE 
MAGAZINE, Volume 19 - No. 4

1999
Csaszar, Tom, “Amy Hauft @ Beaver College Art Gallery”, February 
1999, NEW ART EXAMINER.

1998
Levin, Kim, “CHOICES: Amy Hauft: No More Than Meets the Eye 
(version two)”, January 20 1998, THE VILLAGE VOICE, p. 11.
Johnson, Ken, “ART IN REVIEW: Amy Hauft”, January 23, 1998, THE 
NEW YORK TIMES, p. E32.
Arning, Bill, “ART REVIEWS: Amy Hauft, No More Than Meets The Eye-
version 2”, January 29 – February 5 1998, TIME OUT NEW YORK, p. 45.
Brown, Gerard, “Period Piece”, August 12, 1998, PHILADELPHIA WEEKLY.
Sozanski, Edward J., “Bringing a new dimension to chair caning”, August 28, 1998, THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER.
Rice, Robin, “Relentless Geometry, Caning at Beaver College: It’s a good thing”, October 16 22 1998, PHILADELPHIA CITY PAPER. 
http://archives.citypaper.net/articles/101598/art.shtml
Neff, Eileen, “Amy Hauft at Beaver College Art Gallery”, December 1998, 
ARTFORUM, pp. 133-134..
Koplos, Janet, “Amy Hauft at Derek Eller”, April 1998, ART IN AMERICA 
pp. 116-117.
Riggio, Tod, “Sculptor Blurs Some Barriers in Celebration of Chair 
Caning”, December 1998, WOODSHOP NEWS.

1995
Zimmer, William, “Neuberger’s Anniversary Exhibit Shows the Museum’s
Physical Side”, February 5 1995, THE NEW YORK TIMES, p.WC 16.1994
Volk, Gregory, “My Home Is Your Home”, January 1994, ART + TEXT
p.95.
Myers, Terry R., “Construction in Process - In Depth”, January/February
1994, FLASH ART, p. 58.
Morgan, Robert C., “Doing Art in Poland-Trying Not To Make Sense”,
January 1994, COVER, p.14.
Clines, Francis X., “New York Savors Weekend Stolen From a Distant
Spring,” February 20, 1994, THE NEW YORK TIMES, pp. A1 + 41.
Levin, Kim, “CHOICES: Amy Hauft; Counting to Infinity”, May 10 1994,
THE VILLAGE VOICE.
Surek, Suzy, ed., Construction in Process issue, illustration - FUMES O
SLEEP, July/August/September/ October 1994, Issue #102, NEW
OBSERVATIONS, p. 19.
Phillips, Patricia C., “Amy Hauft/Lipton Owens Co.”, December 1994,
ARTFORUM, pp. 85 86.

1993
Butler, Connie, “Terrible Beauty and the Enormity of Space”,
September 1993, ART + TEXT, pp. 60 - 65.
Raven, Arlene, “What Goes Around,” December 28, 1993, THE VILLAGE
VOICE, p. 59.

1992
NOW TIME, No. 1, 1992, project for pages 53-54.

1991
Mahoney, Robert, “On Nature,” March 1991, ARTS MAGAZINE, p.94.
Martin, Douglas, “Of Ephemera Like Manhattan: The Long View,” March
13 1991, THE NEW YORK TIMES, p. B1.
Avgikos, Jan, “Green Piece,” April 1991, ARTFORUM, p.106-107.
Mahoney, Robert, “Amy Hauft at Berland-Hall”, November/December
1991, FLASH ART, pp.132-133.
Nesbitt, Lois, “Amy Hauft at Berland-Hall”, December 1991, B, p. 102.
Faust, Gretchen, “Amy Hauft @ Berland/Hall,” December 1991, ARTS
MAGAZINE, p.85.

1990
Crowder, Joan, “Time Waits For No One,” January 12 1990, SANTA 
BARBARA NEWS PRESS, pp.22-24.
Woodard, Josef, “Be Here Now,” January 15 1990, THE INDEPENDENT.
Woodard, Josef , “Thinking About Time,” January 25 1990, ARTWEEK, 
p.12.
Iverem, Ester, “Installations with Twists of Their Own,” August 7 1990,
NEW YORK NEWSDAY.
Levin, Kim, “Choices: Working in Brooklyn,” August 28 1990, THE 
VILLAGE VOICE.
Kotik, Charlotta, “Working in Brooklyn - Installations,” September 1990,
ART TODAY video magazine.
Larson, Kay, “Working in Brooklyn - Installations,” October 8 1990, NEW
YORK MAGAZINE, p.68.

1989
Robbins, Jim, “Splendor in the Grass,” May 7 1989, THE BOSTON GLOBE,
pp.B1.
Sozanski, Edward J., “Amy Hauft and Robert Storr at Tyler Gallery,”
September 21, 1989, THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, p.4-D.

1988
Phillips, Patricia C., “Constructions: Between Sculpture and Architecture
at Sculpture Center,” June 1988, ARTFORUM.
Huntington, Richard, “Artpark: Watching Sculptures Take Shape,” July 3
1988, BUFFALO NEWS, pp.G1&G5.
Gardner, Colin, “Hauft Offers Unsettling Look Into the Environmental
Abyss,” December 16 1988, LOS ANGELES HERALD TRIBUNE.

1986
Huntington, Richard, “Four Sculptors Find Strange Things in Our
Everyday Environment - and Even Stranger Building Materials,” April 25
1986, BUFFALO NEWS.
Westerbeck, Colin, “A New Generation From S.A.I.C. at the Museum of
Contemporary Art,” December 1986, ARTFORUM, p. 120.

1984
ARTFORUM, December 1984, Artists’ Pages, “A.More Store,” project for
p. 76.

1983
Artner, Alan, “New Talent Show @ N.A.M.E.,” July 15 1983, CHICAGO
TRIBUNE.

1982
Hanson, Henry, “Up’s Column,” January 1982, CHICAGO MAGAZINE, p.12.

BIBLIOGRAPHY - Catalogues and Brochures

2009
Kistler, Ashley, and Christina Corsiglia. “Amy Hauft: Counter Re-
formation”. Richmond VA: VCUarts Anderson Gallery, 2009. 8. Brochure.

2003
Young, Dede, ed., “Neuberger Museum of Art 2003 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art”, 2003, essay by Dede Young, published by Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase NY. Catalogue.
Shilkoff, Jacqueline, “Neuberger Museum of Art 2003 Biennial Exhibition of Public Art”, 2003, map, published by Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, Purchase NY. Brochure.

1998
Torchia, Richard, ed., “Period Room: Projects by Amy Hauft”, 1998,
essays by Connie Butler, Patricia Phillips and Gregory Volk, published by
Beaver College Art Gallery, Philadelphia.
Sherlock, Maureen, ed., “Face Forward: Contemporary Self-Portraiture”
catalogue, 1998, published by John Michael Kohler Arts Center,
Sheboygan Wisconsion.

1996
Phillips, Patricia., ed., “Making Sense - 5 Installations on Sensations”,
catalogue, 1996, published by the Katonah Museum, Katonah NY.

1995
Butler, Connie, ed., “Critical Distance: Between Art and Architecture”
catalogue, 1995, published by the Neuberger Museum, Purchase NY.

1994
Rodenbeck, J.F., ed., “Passagers”, catalogue, 1994, published by West
Virginia Wesleyan College, Buckhannon West Virginia.

1992
Kane, Mitchell, ed., “Pressure On The Public” catalogue, 1992, published
by the Hirsh Foundation, pp.30-39.

1991
Mahoney, Robert, “Comments on Nomos”, catalogue, 1991, published by
Penine Hart Gallery, NYC NY.
Jacob, Mary Jane, “Coast To Coast” catalogue, 1991, published by the
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL.

1990
Kotik, Charlotta, ed., “Working in Brooklyn - Installations” catalogue,
1990, published by the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn NY.

1988
Taylor, Frederike, ed., “Constructions: Between Sculpture and
Architecture” catalogue, 1988, published by Sculpture Center, NYC.

1987
Warren, Lynne, ed., “A New Generation from S.A.I.C.” catalogue, 1987,
published by The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

1986
Howe, Catherine, ed., “Domiciles” catalogue, 1986, published by
Hallwalls, Buffalo.

1983
Smith, Valerie, ed., “Selections from the Files” catalogue, 1983,
published by Artist Space, NCY NY.

CURATORIAL REVIEWS

2005
Coates, Jason. “In With the New.” STYLE WEEKLY. 20 July, 2005: 33-34.
Humes, Peter. “Theory of Relativity.” RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH (June
26, 2005): H1 + H6.
Lombardi, Dominick D. “Relativity, Anderson Gallery, Richmond VA.” NY
ARTS MAGAZINE. Volume 10. No. 9/10. October/November 2005
Ryan, Dinah. “Reviews | Mid-Atlantic | Richmond.” ARTPAPERS.
(November/December 2005): 52.

AUTHORED PUBLICATIONS

2008
Hauft, Amy, King, Elizabeth and Norr, David. Teresita Fernandez. 1st ed.
Richmond VA: Reynolds Gallery, 2008. Catalogue.
Kistler, Ashley, Nancy Princenthal, and Amy Hauft. Elizabeth King: The
Sizes of Things in the Mind’s Eye. 1st ed. Richmond VA: Visual Arts
Center, 2008. Print.

2007
Hauft, Amy, “Candy Coated People, Peanuts and a Prize”: Ann Agee
Boxing in the Kitchen”, 2007, published by Virginia Commonwealth
University, Richmond VA. Brochure.

2005
Hauft, Amy, Grantham, Tosha, and Moorefield, Amy. Relativity. 1st ed.
Richmond VA: Virginia Commonwealth University, 2005. Catalogue.

COLLECTIONS

Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT. Gift of Eileen Cohen.
Bill Arning, Houston.
Susie and Joe Berland, NYC.
Civitella Ranieri Foundation, Umbertide, Italy.
Yael Danieli, NYC.
Derek Eller, NYC.
Vera List, Greenwich CT.
Elizabeth Merena, NYC.
Patrick Owens, NYC.
Jordan Piemer, Los Angeles.
Richard Schloss, NYC.
Beverly Semmes and Henry Schwartz, NYC.
Richard Torchia, Philadelphia.

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS

2014
University of Southern Illinois Edwardsville, Juror.
Juried and awarded prizes for outdoor sculpture competition, lecture and critques with sculptors.

2013
LandArts of the American West, Field Guest, Marfa Texas
Lecture for architecture and art students for Texas Tech program.

2012
Department of Art + Art History, University of Texas at Austin
Lecture.

2010
VCUarts Anderson Gallery, Richmond VA
Gallery talk for Counter Re-Formation.

2009
University of Michigan, Kalamazoo MI
Gallery talk and class visits with sculptors.

2008
University of Southern Illinois Edwardsville
Artist’s lecture and critiques.

2006
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Hanes Visiting Artist Lecture Series
Lecture and grad critiques.

2005
University of the Arts, Philadelphia.
Lecture and grad critiques.
South Eastern College Art Association, Panel Participant
“Museum Spaces and Curatorial Projects”, Little Rock, Arkansas.
Paper title: “RELATIVITY: four curiously strong equations”

2003
College Art Association, Panel Participant
“Curator as Collaborator”, presentation with curator, Richard Torchia, NYC

93-02
New Museum. Artists’ Advisory Board, NYC

2001
Boston Museum School, Boston
Guest lecture and critiques for graduate students
Princeton University, Princeton NJ
Guest critic for graduate architects
Cranbrook, Bloomfield MI
Guest lecture and critiques for graduate sculptors
Queens College, City University of New York, Flushing NY
Guest lecture for graduate fine arts program

2000
New York University, NYC
Guest critic for graduate sculptors

1999
Rhode Island School of Design, European Honors Program, Rome Italy
Guest critic for semester-end critiques, undergraduate painters and sculptors
American Academy in Rome, Rome Italy
Gallery talk on WORKING KNOWLEDGE exhibition for Italian art students
from Accademia della Belle Arti in Rome.

1998
Beaver College Art Gallery, Philadelphia
“Behind the Velvet Rope”, a conversation between exhibition curator,
Richard Torchia, and myself on the PERIOD ROOM exhibition.
Beaver College Art Gallery, Philadelphia
“More Than Meets the Eye: New Approaches to Installation”, lecture by
Connie Butler, Associate Curator, The Museum of Contemporary Art Los
Angeles on the development of the practice of installation and the
relationship of my work to the practice.
Beaver College Art Gallery, Philadelphia. 
Gallery talk on PERIOD ROOM exhibition.
American Academy in Rome, Rome Italy. 
Guest lecture

1997
New York University, NYC. 
Guest critic for graduate and undergraduate painters and sculptors.

1996
Parsons School of Art, NYC. 
Guest lecture.
Brooklyn Museum, NY. 
Panel discussion on Installation Art, chaired by Curator of 20th Century Art, Charlotta Kotik
Neuberger Museum, S.U.N.Y. Purchase, Purchase, NY.
Gallery talk.
State University of New York, Albany. 
Guest lecture and critiques for graduate sculptors.

1996
Parsons School of Art.
Guest lecture, NYC.

1995
Neuberger Museum, SUNY PURCHASE.
Gallery talk, Purchase, NY.
SUNY Albany.
Guest lecture, Albany NY.
1994
School Of The Visual Arts.
Guest lecture, NYC.
New York University.
Guest MA critiques, NYC.
Wesleyan College, Buckhannon WV.
Guest lecture.

1993
School Of The Visual Arts, NYC.
Guest lecture.
New York University, NYC.
Guest lecture.

1992
The Cooper Union NYC.
Guest lecture.

1991
School Of The Visual Arts NYC.
Guest lecture.

1990
Cal Arts, Los Angeles.
Guest lecture and MFA studio critiques (one week)
Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT.
Gallery talk.

1989
Art Center Of Design, Los Angeles.
Guest lecture.
Otis Art Institute And Parsons School of Design, Los Angeles.
Guest lecture.
University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
Guest lecture.
Cal Arts, Los Angeles.
Guest lecture.

1988
Sarah Lawrence College. Bronxville, NY.
Guest lecture.
Rhode Island School Of Design, Providence RI.
Guest lecture.
State University Of New York At Purchase, Purchase NY.
Guest lecture.

EDUCATION

MFA School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Sculpture, 1983.
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, 1981.
BA University of California Santa Cruz, Fine Art, 1980.

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

12 – now
Leslie Waggener Professor in Sculpture.
Department of Art and Art History. 
College of Fine Arts, University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX.

2004 – 12
Professor and Chair.
Department of Sculpture + Extended Media.
School of the Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA.

2002 – 04
Professor, Sculpture Area. 
Department of Painting Drawing and Sculpture.
Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park PA.

1998 – 99
Associate Professor
Temple Rome Campus, Rome Italy.

1995 – 02
Associate Professor, Sculpture Area.
Department of Painting Drawing and Sculpture.
Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park PA.

1989 – 95
Assistant Professor, Sculpture Area.
Department of Painting Drawing and Sculpture.
Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park PA.

1989
Lecturer, Visual Arts Program.
Princeton University, Princeton NJ.

1988
Visiting Artist.
California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles CA.
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