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Shasta Krueger
shastakrueger@gmail.com
 


Education


Bachelor of Arts
. Willamette University, Salem, OR May 2008
Major: Studio Art & Biology

 

Honors/Awards:          Hewlett Faculty/Student Collaborative Research Grant,

Willamette University, 2007

Joy Lorraine Hayhurst Award, Willamette University, 2008

 

Senior Thesis:            “Manipulation and Coevolution” in Studio Art, ceramic

sculpture

Abroad Experience:     Resident Artist at Guldagergaard International Ceramic

Research Center, Skaelskor Denmark, July-August 2007

Language Skills:          Intermediate German

Relevant Courses:        Advanced Ceramic Vessel Construction

Figure Drawing
Advanced Ceramic Surface Techniques           

Etching                       

20th Century Art History                                   

Advanced Ceramic Sculpture

 

Proficiencies 

Ceramics

Hand building, wheel throwing, clay mixing, glaze calculation, studio maintenance, kiln loading, soda firing, wood firing, electric firing, packing work to ship

 

Other Media    

Printmaking, framing, matting, wood working, painting, gallery setup, Microsoft Office Suit, photoshop, book binding, mixed media, soldering, small metals, glass fusing, drawing, coordination of a group exhibition

 

Experiences

2011               

Campus Liaison, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June to August

 

Educational Assistant Coordinator, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, May to August

 

Assistant Kitchen Manager, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, March to August

 

Studio Intern, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, January to March

 

2010               

Kitchen Intern, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, June to December

 

2009/2010

Resident Artist, Cub Creek Foundation, Appomattox, Virginia,         October to present

 

2009

Work Study, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, September to October

 

2008               

Work Study, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, May through August

 

2007               

Resident Artist and Assistant to Professor Heidi Preuss Grew, Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, Skælskør Denmark, July

 

2006           

Intern with Professor Heidi Preuss Grew, Salem, OR, Sept. 2006 to May 2008
Duties: packing and receiving shipped ceramic works, research, preliminary model development, glaze test firings, digitizing slides

 

Studio Assistant, Willamette University, Salem, OR, January 2006 to May 2008
Duties: glaze mixing and straining, clay mixing, loading and firing kilns, answering questions of peers, general studio clean up in wheel, hand-building, glaze and kiln spaces 


Exhibitions

2011

"Emerging Arrowmont: Behind the Scenes", Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, July 2011

 

“Arrowmont Staff Exhibition”, Arromwont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, March 2011

 

2010

“Batten:  Recent Works of Shasta Krueger and Dana Cowley”, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, September through October

"In the Begining", Chroma Projects Art Laboratory, Charlottesville, Virginia, March to May

2009               

“Cub Creek Open House”, Cub Creek Foundation, Appomattox, Virginia, November

 

2008               

“Art and Art History Senior Show”, Hallie Ford Museum of Art, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, May

 

“Ceramic Sculpture: Heads”, Willamette University Student Art Gallery, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, March

 

2007              

Work in Porcelain”, Willamette University Art Department Showcase, Salem, Oregon, Solo Exhibition, September 2007 through March 2008

 

“Collaborative Relations”, Apple House Gallery, Skælskør, Denmark, Group Exhibition, August


“Junior Review”, Willamette University Student Art Gallery, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, April

 

“Advanced Media and Design Final Projects”, Willamette University Student Art Gallery, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, April

 

“Paper Sculptures”, Willamette University Student Art Gallery, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, March

 

2006               

 “Second Annual Bistro Art Gallery”, Willamette University Bistro, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, December

 

“6”, The Pottery School: Grand Central Building, Seattle, Washington, Group Exhibition, August

 

2005               

“First Annual Bistro Art Gallery”, Willamette University Bistro, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, December

 

“Ceramic Surface Techniques Final Show”, Willamette University Hatfield Library, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, April

 

2004               

“Selected Works”, Eaton Hall Willamette University College of Liberal Arts Dean’s office, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, December

“Ceramics Show”, Willamette University Hatfield Library, Salem, Oregon, Group Exhibition, November

 

Permanent Collections
 

“Collaborative #2”, Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, Skælskør Denmark, July 2007

Workshops Attended

Fong Choo, Bill Van Gilder, Suze Lindsay, April Flanders, Jerilyn Virden

 

Visiting Artist Lectures Attended

Tom Rohr, Jonathan Brown, Karl Knudsen, Ben Stout, Bryce Brisco, Natalie Tornatore

 

Conferences Attended

NCECA 2011 Tampa, Florida

NCECA 2010 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

NCECA 2009 Pheonix, Arizona

NCECA 2008 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

NCECA 2006 Portland, Oregon

Oregon Potters Association 2005 and 2006 Portland, Oregon

 

Volunteer

Annual Bistro Art Gallery, Willamette University Bistro            Winter of 2006/2007

A student run evening event providing students across campus, and in all media, an opportunity to share their work.

 

Seattle Center Art Academy in Seattle, WA                               July to August 2006

A two week teaching experience with middle school kids. The students work at Pottery Northwest gaining exposure to hand building and wheel throwing techniques.

 

Wulapaloosa Art Festival on Willamette Campus              Spring of 2005/06/07/08

One day event of art and music on campus each spring; I participate in throwing pottery with members of the campus and residential community, including students and adults.

 

 

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