CV example

Here is an example/exert from my own cum vitae.  Obviously I organized my information in a different way than I suggested on the previous page.  Feel free to adapt these formats to best suit you.  I hope this information is useful.

artist’s name

sculpt.art@creativity.com

555.555.5555

team-art.org

Education

2010     Washington University in St. Louis; Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts; Masters of Fine Arts

2008      Miami University, Oxford, OH; Bachelors of Fine Arts: Studio Sculpture: Arts Management minor

Solo Exhibitions

2009      Manifest Destiny: A Letter to Ely Luther Smith, Kranzberg Art & Architecture Library, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

2008        American Patriotic, Danforth University Center Commons, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

 

Group and Juried Exhibitions

2011          FILM ART/ART FILM, The Diane Kidd Gallery, Tiffin University, Tiffin, OH (invitational artist)

Café Chairs, Pendleton Art Center, Middletown, OH

2010          Time-Sensitive, OSU Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH (gallery lecturer)

Art at the X, Xavier University Art Gallery, Cincinnati, OH (award of excellence)

MFA 2010 Satellite Show, Vernon Studios, St. Louis, MO

MFA 2010 Thesis Exhibition, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, St. Louis, MO

Past Perfect, Present Tense, Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO

The Indecisive Moment, Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO

Honors & Awards

2009      Featured Artist, Myartspace.com; Front-page media window and daily image roster

The Richard Brunel Scholarship, St. Louis, MO; Washington University in St. Louis Tuition Fellowship

Sculpture Equipment Grant, Washington University, St. Louis, MO; HD digital video camera

2008       Sam Fox Graduate Travel Grant, Washington University, St. Louis, MO; American Gun Culture, Alaska

Political Art Installation Grant, Art School Council, Washington University, St. Louis, MO

Student Initiative Fund; Art School Council, Miami University, Oxford, OH; Library Project, Associated Student Government

Shideler Subscription Award, Department of Geology, Miami University, Oxford, OH

2007       Undergraduate Research Grant Award; The Reinvention of Craft, Miami University, Oxford, OH

Jim Killy Art Scholarship, Miami University, Oxford, OH

Walter B. Gross III Scholarship, Miami University, Oxford, OH

 

Teaching Experience

2011          Middletown Arts Center, Artist Instructor (sculpture)

2010-2011 Miami University of Ohio, Part-time Visiting Faculty of Art (Drawing, Sculpture, 3D Design)

2008-2010 Washington University in St. Louis, Graduate Teaching Assistant (Drawing, 3D Design, Sculpture)

2009             Laumeier Sculpture Park, Artist Instructor

2009             Washington University in St. Louis, Technical supervisor and instructional assistant (1000 Arches)

 

Professional Experience

2010              Preparator/Art Handler; Weston Art Gallery; Cincinnati Arts Association; Cincinnati, Ohio

Room Monitor and Projectionist; The 98th Annual Conference; the College Arts Association

MFA Open Studios Coordinator; Washington University in St. Louis

2009-2010      Graduate & Professional Student Outreach Steering Committee; Washington University in St. Louis

2009                 Consignment Artist, Spring; The Contemporary Art Museum Saint Louis; St. Louis, Missouri

Guest Juror, The Risque Prize; Washington University in St. Louis

Publications

“everyday art.” kurz, joshua j. and Jamie Viars. Fragments. Spring 2008

“my art.” Williams, Sophie. Effusions; Art Journal. Spring 2008

“Information Literacy Through Site-Specific Installation: The Library Project.” Young, Sara, and Stacy Brinkman. Art Libraries Society of North America. Sept. 2010

MFA 2010. Mildred Kemper Lane Art Museum. St. Louis: Washington University in St. Louis, 2010

 

Media

“American Patriotic Installation.” Moore, Lucy. Student Life Washington University in St. Louis 5 Dec. 2008

“Artist Talk and Demonstration with at the OSU Urban Arts Space.” Columbus Alive 17 Dec. 2010

“Installation artwork set to highlight violence in media.” Sales, Ben. Student Life Washington University in St. Louis, 3 Dec. 2008

“Tension on the St. Louis riverfront.” Roth, Eddie. STLToday.com 11 Nov. 2008.

“The Art of an Archive.” Welborn, Aaron. Off the Shelf. Spring 2011

 

 

 

 

Technical Skills

Metals processes: Metals casting; investment, cuttlefish, sand, vacuum, gravity, and centrifugal; bronze foundry; hand raise sheet metal; acid etch and sandblast metals; silver soldering; welding: MIG, oxy-acetylene

Wood construction: saws; table, miter, band, scroll; drill press; router; electric screwdriver; nail gun; and carving

Mold making: plaster, silicone, polyurethane, and vulcanized rubber; casting; wax, latex, foam, plaster

Fiber: knitting, crocheting, embroidery, and machine sewing

Ceramics: throwing, hand building, electric clay body mixing, glaze mixing, electric and gas kiln firing; kiln construction

Two-dimensional process: water based medium painting; collage

Printmaking: collagraph, woodcut, pochoir, digital print, monotype, linocut

Photography: digital imaging, commercial, artistic, documentary; large format printing

Computer software: MS Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Bridge, FinalCut Pro, DVDStudio Pro, iMovie, iDVD, Soundbooth; Network Solutions website manager, EmBARK gallery systems; skilled in PC and Macintosh platforms

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