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Raheleh T. Filsoofi

Raheleh Filsoofi is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Texas, South Florida and Iran. Her work synthesizes socio-political statements as a point of departure and further challenges these fundamental arguments by incorporating ancient and contemporary media such as ceramics, poetry, ambient sound and video; aiming for a holistic sensory experience. Her interdisciplinary practices act as interplay between the literal and figurative contexts of border, immigration and intercultural communications. She is an active participant in juried art exhibitions both in Iran and the United States, including the recent solo exhibition ‘Imagined Boundaries’− a multimedia digital installation on border issues, consisting of two separate exhibitions debuted concurrently at Florida Cultural Consortium and Abad art gallery in Tehran (2017); ‘Dual Frequency’ group exhibition at The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida (2017) and...

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Raheleh Filsoofi is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Texas, South Florida and Iran. Her work synthesizes socio-political statements as a point of departure and further challenges these fundamental arguments by incorporating ancient and contemporary media such as ceramics, poetry, ambient sound and video; aiming for a holistic sensory experience. Her interdisciplinary practices act as interplay between the literal and figurative contexts of border, immigration and intercultural communications. She is an active participant in juried art exhibitions both in Iran and the United States, including the recent solo exhibition ‘Imagined Boundaries’− a multimedia digital installation on border issues, consisting of two separate exhibitions debuted concurrently at Florida Cultural Consortium and Abad art gallery in Tehran (2017); ‘Dual Frequency’ group exhibition at The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida (2017) and a Solo Exhibition ‘On Transcending the Inhibited Space’ at O’kane Gallery in Houston (2018). She has been the recipient of various grants and awards such as the prestigious South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists funded in part by the National Endowment for the Art. She is assistant professor of ceramics at University of Texas Rio Grande Valley at the Department of Art. She holds an M.F.A. in Fine Arts from Florida Atlantic University and a B.F.A. in Ceramics from Al-Zahra University in Tehran, Iran.

ARTIST STATEMENT
Racism shapes the very words our politics speak today, and it underlies a broader history of exclusion in the U.S that many Americans overlook. That history also shapes Trump’s tweets and some responses to them, and it raises the question of who gives permission, the right for one to stay or leave.

I am using soil from Chautauqua to create a plate. I dug the clay with my own hands, and I prepared and fired it to serve a meal. There is nothing more genuine, more indigenous than this. But now I feel compelled to ask: “Is this Halal (according to Sharia)? Is this permitted?” Who am I to touch this earth? who am I to shape it in my own way? Do I even have a right to stand on the ground from which this came?

Why am I even asking these questions? Who gets to decide this, anyway? This work is a response to the "Go Back to Your Country"

Artworks

Halal, 2019

Related Categories

21st Century Art / American Art / Art of the 2010s / Blurring Boundaries / Ceramic / Contemporary American Art / Contemporary Iranian Art / Diaspora/Migration / Immigration / Intercultural Communication / Iran / Iranian Art / Learning from Different Cultures / Multidisciplinary Approach / Race Issues / Racial and Ethnic Identity / Sensory Experience / Socio-political Issues / United States

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 2014

    MFA, Ceramics, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • 2018

    Solo Exhibition by Invitation, On Transcending the Inhibited Space, Interactive Multimedia Installation, O’kane Gallery, University of Houston Downtown, Houston, TX.

  • Two-Person Exhibition by Invitation, Asymmetrical Despondency, Interactive Multimedia Installation in That is What She Said, Curated by Sasha Koozel Reibstein, Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Diego, CA.

  • Two-Person Exhibition by Selection, Eternal Dialogue, Mixed Media Installation, Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, Davie, FL.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Group Exhibition, Word Up!, C24 Gallery, New York, NY.

  • Group Exhibition by Invitation, A Symmetrical Despondency, Interactive Multimedia Installation in YOU AM I, Curated by Samuel Johnson and Louisa Vincent, Veronique Wantz Gallery, NCECA, Minneapolis, MN.

  • 2018

    Group Exhibition by Invitation, Ugly Birds, Video, in Collaboration with Artist Sibel Kocabasi, in FREE! in Conjunction with Miami Art Basel, Curated by Anthony Spinello, Brickell City Center (BCC), Miami, FL. (Catalog)

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Education

  • 2014

    MFA, Ceramics, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • 2018

    Solo Exhibition by Invitation, On Transcending the Inhibited Space, Interactive Multimedia Installation, O’kane Gallery, University of Houston Downtown, Houston, TX.

  • Two-Person Exhibition by Invitation, Asymmetrical Despondency, Interactive Multimedia Installation in That is What She Said, Curated by Sasha Koozel Reibstein, Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Diego, CA.

  • Two-Person Exhibition by Selection, Eternal Dialogue, Mixed Media Installation, Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, Davie, FL.

  • 2017

    Solo Exhibition by Invitation, Imagined Boundaries, Interactive Multimedia Installation, Abad Gallery, Tehran, Iran. (Catalog)

  • 2016

    Two Person Exhibition by Invitation, Ugly Birds, Interactive Multimedia Installation, Curated by Nicole Hickey Palm Beach Cultural Council, Lake Worth, FL.

  • 2015

    Artists’ Organized Event, The Ambient Tree, Interactive Installation and Performance, Collaboration with Maria Cerro, Outdoor Event at the Artist’s House, Boca Raton, FL.

  • 2014

    Two-Person Exhibition, by Invitation, Another Birth, Eissey Campus Theatre Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens, FL.

Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2019

    Group Exhibition, Word Up!, C24 Gallery, New York, NY.

  • Group Exhibition by Invitation, A Symmetrical Despondency, Interactive Multimedia Installation in YOU AM I, Curated by Samuel Johnson and Louisa Vincent, Veronique Wantz Gallery, NCECA, Minneapolis, MN.

  • 2018

    Group Exhibition by Invitation, Ugly Birds, Video, in Collaboration with Artist Sibel Kocabasi, in FREE! in Conjunction with Miami Art Basel, Curated by Anthony Spinello, Brickell City Center (BCC), Miami, FL. (Catalog)

  • The Peace Cylinder, Performance in Collaboration with Artist Linda Behar and Musicians Reza Filsoofi and Susana Behar, Rosemary Duffy Larson Gallery, Davie, FL.

  • 2017

    Group Exhibition by Invitation, Imagined Boundaries, Interactive Multimedia Installation, in Dual Frequency, Curated by Laura March, Art and Cultural Center, Hollywood, FL. (Catalog)

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, The Peace Labyrinth, Mixed media Installation, in Collaboration with Linda Behar, in The Art of Protest, Juried by Stephen Fisher, The Imago Foundation for the Arts (IFA), Warren, RI.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, …Still Traveling… Interactive Multimedia Installation, in Frontier The Second International Ceramic Based Exhibition, Curated by Rojhaneh Hosseini, Tehran, Iran. (Catalog)

  • Group Exhibition by Invitation, Diphtheria and Soliloquy: the chant of forbidden women, Interactive Multimedia Installations, and One Thousands and One Pain, Mixed Media Installation, in Under the cloths is skin. Under the skin is sound. And her, Curated by Sara Miller Benichou, Bailey Contemporary Art Center, Pompano Beach, FL.

  • 2016

    Group Exhibition by Invitation, Fragile, “Please Handel with Care”, Interactive Installation in Breakable, Curated by Rojhaneh Hosseini, Contemporary Art Museum of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran.

  • Group Exhibition, by Invitation, Fragile “Please Handel with Care”, Interactive Installation, in International Fajr Art Exhibition, Saba Cultural Institution, Tehran, Iran.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, Whose Blood is Redder?, Performance and Installation, Collaboration with Artist Linda Behar, in “The Nerve”, Performance Art Festival, Curated by Leah Brown, Jen Clay and Peter Symons, FAT Village Art Complex, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

  • Group Exhibition by Invitation, The Peace Labyrinth, Installation, Collaboration with Linda Behar in Cultural Mosaic, Curated by Karla Walter, Palm Beach Garden Gallery, Palm Beach Garden, FL.

  • 2015

    Group Exhibition by Invitation, Fragile, “Please Handel With Care”, Interactive Installation and Performance, in “Breakable”, The First International Ceramic Based Exhibition, Curated by Rojhaneh Hosseini, Niavaran Cultural Center, Tehran, Iran. (Catalog)

  • Performance by Invitation, The Peace Cylinder, Collaboration with Artist Linda Behar and Musician Reza Filsoofi, The Peace Corps Iran Associate Conference, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

  • Group Exhibition, Whose Blood is Redder?, Installation, Collaboration with Linda Behar, in Faculty Annual Exhibition, Schmitt Gallery at FAU, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Group Exhibition by Invitation, Where is Hezar Afsan?, Interactive Multimedia Installation, in Artistically Speaking: Women’s Roles in Contemporary Society, The Exhibition of Selected South Florida Female Artists Curated by Diane Arietta, Cornell Museum, Delray, FL. (Catalog)

  • Group Exhibition by Invitation, The Peace Labyrinth, Installation, Collaboration with Linda Behar, in Collective Dialogue, The group exhibition of Art Salon Curated by Elle Schorr, Armory Art Gallery, West Palm Beach, FL.

  • Group Exhibition by Invitation, What We Carry Mixed Media Installation, in Anar, The Group Exhibition of Iranian Artists of South Florida, Lantana, FL.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, Where is Hezar Afsan?, Multimedia Installation, Existence, Girls Club Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

  • Performance by Invitation, The Peace Cylinder, Collaboration with Artist Linda Behar, Musicians Reza Filsoofi and Shahab Mahidashti, Lantana Library, Lantana, FL.

  • 2014

    Group Exhibition, Storytellers, Prints and The Peace Cylinder Performance in Collaboration with Linda Behar, in Southern Exposure: New Work Now, Palm Beach Cultural Council, Lake Worth, FL.

  • Group Exhibition, Only Sound Remains, Multimedia Installation, in Confluence, Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • 2013

    Group Exhibition, Women’s History Month, Objects of Remembrance Mixed Media Installation, in Our History, Our Strength, S.E. Wimberly Library, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Performance, The Peace Cylinder, Collaboration with Artist Linda Behar, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • 2012

    Group Exhibition by Invitation, What We Carry Mixed Media Installation, in Continuum, Palm Beach Cultural Council, Lake Worth, FL.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, The Circle, Ceramic Sculpture, Women in Visual Art, Armory Art Center, Palm Beach, FL.

  • Performance by Invitation, The Peace Cylinder, Collaboration with Artist Linda Behar, Art Salon, Armory Art Center, Palm Beach, FL.

  • 2011

    Group Exhibition by Selection, The Wall, Ceramic Installation, in “The 60th Ceramic League Members”, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), Juried by Nan Smith, Tampa, FL.

  • 2010

    Open Studio, Ceramic League of Miami, Miami, FL.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, The Basic Elements Cups, Ceramic Vessels, The 10th Annual National Ceramic Cup Show, Juried by Dean Adams, Kent State University School of Arts Galleries, Kent, OH.

  • 2009

    Group Exhibition by Selection, Anahita, Ceramic Sculptures, Deering Estate at Cutler Bay, Miami, FL.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, The Basic Elements Cups, International Ceramic Cup Show, Juried by Patti Warashina, The Clay Studio of Missoula, Missoula, MT.

  • 2006

    Group Exhibition by Selection, Untitled, Ceramic Sculptures, in Salute to Women, Homestead Art Club, Homestead, FL.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, The Basic Elements Cups, Ceramic Vessels, in “The 58th Ceramic League Members”, Juried by Helen Otterson, Swenson Gallery, Miami, FL.

  • 2005

    Group Exhibition by Selection, Untitled, Ceramic Vessels, Swenson Gallery, Miami, FL.

  • 2004

    Group Exhibition by Selection, Florida Craftsmen, St. Petersburg, FL.

  • 2003

    Group Exhibition by Selection, Spring into Art, Lowe Art Museum, Miami, FL.

  • 2001

    Group Exhibition by Selection, Spring into Art, Lowe Art Museum, Miami, FL.

  • 2000

    Group Exhibition of Ceramic Artists by Selection, Golestan Gallery, Tehran, Iran.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, Sabz Gallery, Tehran, Iran.

  • Group Exhibition by Invitation, Katibeh Gallery, Tehran, Iran.

  • Group Exhibition by Selection, “The 7th Biennial Exhibition of Iranian Potters”, Mashhad, Iran.

Commissions

  • 2011

    1001 Persian Tiles, Crocker Mansion, Mahwah, New Jersey, NY.

  • 2010

    David Bromstad Show, HGTV Channel, Miami, FL

Grants/Awards

  • 2019

    “The Outstanding International Female Faculty Award”, University of Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX.

  • Distinguished Iranian-American Woman of the Year Award, In Appreciation for Outstanding Accomplishments and Positive Impact to the South Florida Community, Iranian- American Foundation, Coral Gables Club, Miami, FL.

  • 2018

    Paul Hanna Lecture Award, Texas Association School of Art (TASA), South Texas College, McAllen, TX.

  • Honorarium and Exhibition Financial Support, University of Houston Downtown.

  • College of Fine Arts Dean's Research Grant, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

  • School of Art Grant, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

  • International Museum of Art and Science (IMAS), Financial Support on Curatorial Project FOLD: Art, Practice and Metaphor, McAllen, TX.

  • Visual Arts Gallery, Financial Support on Curatorial Project, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

  • Office of Global Engagement Faculty Research Grant, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

  • Festival of International Book and Arts (FESTIBA), Financial Support on Curatorial Project, Edinburg, TX.

  • 2017

    South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship Award for Visual and Media Artists Regional Juried Application.

  • College of Fine Arts Dean's Research Grant, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

  • Office of Global Engagement Faculty Research Grant, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

  • Certification of Recognition, In Appreciation for the Commendable Service to the Women Faculty Networking, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

  • Certification of Recognition, In Appreciation for the Service to the Iranian Ceramics Organization, Tehran, Iran.

  • 2016

    Dave Bown Projects - 12th Semiannual Competition (Curators: Kathleen Goncharov, Irene Hofmann, Al Miner) Award of Excellence

  • Start-Up Fund, Dean’s Office, College of Fine Art, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

  • Certification of Appreciation, In recognition of teaching excellence at Palm Beach State College, Edward M. Eissey Campus, Palm Beach Garden, FL.

  • 2014

    John McCoy Ceramic Scholarship Award, Department of Visual Arts & Art History, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Esther Saylor Rothenberger Scholarship, Department of Visual Arts & Art History, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Friedland Project Grant, Department of Visual Arts & Art History, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • 2013

    Grants to Support the Academic Development, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • 2012

    Presidential Fellowship Award, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Makan Foundation Grant, Miami, FL.

  • Women in Visual Art Scholarship, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Chastain-Johnston Middle East Grant, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Graduate Diversity Fellowship, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • John McCoy Ceramic Scholarship Award, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Friedland Project Grant, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • 2011

    Presidential Fellowship Award, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Best in Show, The 61st Ceramic League Members’ Exhibition, NCECA, Tampa, FL.

  • 2010

    Selected Artists, “The 1st Annual of Iranian Contemporary Art”, an online competition focused on the younger generation of Iranian Artists.

  • Second Prize, Group Show, Ocean Reef Art League, Key Largo, FL.

  • 2008

    Honorable Mention, “Salute to Women”, Homestead Art Club, Homestead, FL.

  • 2007

    Best in Show, “The 58th Ceramic League Members’ Exhibition”, Miami, FL.

  • 2001

    Honorable Mention, The 7th Biannual Exhibition of Iranian Potters, Tehran, Iran.

  • Second Prize, “Technical Exhibition of Students of Universities”, Tehran Fine Art School, Tehran, Iran.

Collections

  • Abbey Chase Ceramic Collection, Miami, FL.

Lectures/Talks

  • 2019

    Aural Memorabilia, Lecture and Performance in collaboration with Musician Reza Filsoofi, to the Middle Eastern Studies Program at The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.

  • Celebration of Distinguished Iranian-American Woman, Panel Discussion, Iranian-American Foundation, Coral Gables Club, Miami, FL.

  • “Interpersonal Trauma: From Risk to Resilience”, Panel Discussion, In Conference on Interpersonal Violence and Trauma, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX.

  • 2018

    On Transcending the Inh(a/i)bited Space, Paul Hanna Lecture, Texas Association of School of Art, McAllen Convention Center, TX.

  • Current Direction in Iranian Ceramics, 52nd Annual Conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), Pittsburg, PA.

  • The Intersection of Sound, Space, and Solidity, Toward Aesthetics of South Texas Women Artists, Texas A&M University, Kingsville, TX.

  • Create Locally, Promote Internationally, Lecture to the Iranian Ceramic Organization, Iranian Artists Forum, Tehran, Iran.

  • Beyond the Borders, A Report on the Curatorial Project for the Ceramic Based Exhibition in United Stated, Iranian Artist Forum, Tehran, Iran.

  • Artaxis Conversation 2018, Presentation on the Theme Industry, with 47 Artaxis Members in conjunction with the National Clay Week.

  • Celebration of Women Entrepreneurs, Panelist, Women Faculty Networking Program, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX.

  • Neither Here Nor There – Meet Me In The Middle, Panel Chair and Presenter, 3rd International Conference of Border Studied, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX.

  • Art Talk, O’kane Gallery, University of Houston Downtown, Houston, TX.

  • Artist as the Author of the Culture, Interdisciplinary Intellectual and Cultural Event of Middle East, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX.

  • 2017

    In Conversation with Raheleh Filsoofi, Abad Gallery, Tehran, Iran (With Omid Ghajarian and Mohsen Saghafi)

  • Conversation 12 hours back to back live streaming conversation with 24 Artaxis Members from 16 Countries in conjunction with the National Clay Week.

  • Beyond Borders, Report on the Curatorial Exhibition in United States and Japan, Iranian Artists Forum, Tehran, Iran.

  • An Evolving Cultural Narrative, Artist Talk Presented in Professor Jerry Lyles’ BFA Senior Exhibition Class, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX.

  • Conversation Piece, Artist Talk and Conversation with Poet Sharonda Chery, Bailey Contemporary Arts, Pompano Beach, FL.

  • Workshop Clay As Your Canvas, Bailey Contemporary Arts, Pompano Beach, FL.

  • 2016

    An Ear for the Unexpected, Hultquist Center, Chautauqua Art Institution, Chautauqua, NY.

  • Art Talk, Presented to Professor Brian McConnell’s Graduate Seminar, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • An Evolving Cultural Narrative, School of Art, University of Texas Rio Grand Valley, Brownsville, TX.

  • 2015

    Women Potters in Iran, Peace Corps Iran Conference, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.

  • 2014

    Women Potters in Iran: Tradition, Authenticity and Gender, Iranian Studies Conference, Montreal, Canada.

  • Women Potters in Iran: Tradition, Authenticity and Gender, Key Note Speaker, Women Working With Clay Symposium, Hollins University, Roanoke, VA.

  • Women Ceramicists in Iranian Contemporary Art, Women Working With Clay Symposium, Hollins University, Roanoke, VA.

  • Clay as a Record Keeper of Iranian Cultural Heritage, 48nd Annual Conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) Milwaukie, WI.

  • Artist Talk and Demonstration on Clay, Women in Visual Arts, Boca Raton, FL.

  • Artist Talk, Presented to Professor Nazare Feliciano’s Art Appreciation Class, Palm Beach State College, Palm Beach, FL.

  • 2013

    Three Women Potters in Iran: Issues of Art, Craft and Gender, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL.

  • 2012

    Gilan: The Land of Culture and Nature, Iranian Cultural Society, Florida International University, North Miami, FL.

  • The Peace Project, Presentation on the Peace Project in Collaboration with Linda Behar, Art Salon, Armory Art Center, Palm Beach, FL.

  • Workshop Transferring Images on Clay, Ceramic League of Miami, Miami, FL.

  • 2010

    Women Artists in Iran, International Institute for Human Understanding, Alper Jewish Community Center, Miami, FL.

  • Workshop The Art of Firing, Ceramic League of Miami, Miami, FL.

Publications

  • Current Directions in Iranian Ceramics, NCECA Journal 39, March 2018. 194-196.

  • Clay as a Record Keeper of Iranian Cultural Heritage, NCECA Journal 35, March 2014. 122-123.

Bibliography

  • Print Media

  • Molly Glentzer, Art Daybook: Raheleh Filsoofi’s ‘Inh(a/i)bited Space’, Houston Chronicle, August 29, 2018. D21.

  • Nancy Moyer, “Exhibit Combines Unique Disciplines Through Art”, The Monitor, February 26, 2018. 8.

  • Adrianna Jereb, “Filsoofi to tune ‘an ear for the unexpected”, The Chautauquan Daily, July 21, 2017. 11.

  • Mary Jo Aagerstoumn, “Women’s Role in Contemporary Art & Society,” Peer Reviewed Catalogue of the Group Exhibition “Artistically Speaking”, Florida Atlantic University Libraries, Spring 2016. 4, 34, 35, 36.

  • Breakable” Ceramic Based Exhibition, Peer Reviewed Catalogue of the first International Ceramics Exhibition in Iran, Tehran Beautification Organization, December 2015. 48, 49.

  • “Feat of Clay”, LUXE Interior + Design Florida 9, no. 2 (Spring 2011): 154-155.

  • Gertrude Mann, “Raheleh Filsoofi Energizes Clay”, Ocean Reef Press, November 20, 2009. 24.

  • Tish Johnson, “Innovative Artisans”, Home& Design, The Miami Herald, May 2008. 27.

  • Deborah Lend, “Showcase of Iranian Potter”, Coral Gables Gazette, November 4, 2003. 2.

Teaching

  • 2016

    Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, TX. (Ceramics) (2016-Present)

  • 2014

    Adjunct Instructor: The Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, FL. (Taught Foundation Courses in 2D and 3D Design, Color Fundamental, Art Appreciation and Ceramics) (2014-2016)

  • Adjunct Instructor: Palm Beach State College, Eissey Campus, Palm Beach Gardens, FL. (Taught Ceramics and Art Appreciation) (2014-2016)

  • Adjunct Instructor: Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Taught Foundation Courses in 2D Design and Art Appreciation) (2014-2016)

  • Adjunct Instructor: Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Taught Foundation Courses in 2D Design and Art Appreciation) (2014-2015)

  • 2011

    Graduate Teaching Assistant: Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Taught Ceramics and Foundation Courses in 2D Design) (2011-2014)

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant: The Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College, Florida Atlantic University, Jupiter, FL. (Taught Foundation Courses in 2D and 3D Design) (2011-2014)