Artist: Brad Schwieger
Brad Schwieger, OHIO
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Brad Schwieger has been teaching at Ohio University since 1990 and is presently a Professor of Art and Ceramics Area Chairman. Prior to that he was an Associate Professor at Vincennes University in Indiana (1985-1990). Brad received his Master of Fine Arts degree from Utah State University in 1983 and his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Iowa in 1981. Brad has shown his ceramics nationally and internationally. His work has been included in more than 400 exhibitions through out the U.S.A., Japan, Korea, Taiwan, England, Germany, Czech Republic and Spain.
2012 Resident Artists Exhibition: Archie Bray Foundation, NCECA, 18 Hands Gallery, Houston, TX.
Collective Energy, 20 Years of Workshop Artists at Lone Star College-North Harris,
NCECA, Houston, TX.
Solo Exhibition, River Gallery, Chattanooga, TN.
Utilitarian Clay VI: Celebrate The Object, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, TN.
Pots at Rest, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA.
Inspired by Japan, Yu Yu Gallery, Setouchi City, Okayama, Japan.
Archie Bray Foundation, Workshop Presenter, July Resident Artist,
Visiting Artist Exhibition, Helena, MT.
Solo Exhibition, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, MT.
NCECA 2011 Biennial, Tampa Museum of Art, Tampa, FL.
Alchemy, From Dust to Form, Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, FL.
Gallery Expo, NCECA, represented by Red Lodge Clay Center, Tampa, FL.
6x6, Ceramics Invitational, New Hampshire Institute of Art, Manchester, NH.
Encore, Baltimore Clay Works, Baltimore, MD.
"Illumination" Bard College at Simon's Rock; Great Barrington, MA.
"Strictly Functional: Then and Now" NCECA; Philadelphia, PA.
"Cub Creek Foundation" Coe College; Cedar Rapids, IA.
"Ohio/Michigan Game" Pewabic Pottery; Detroit, MI.
"Mug Shots" Mudfire Clayworks and Gallery; Decatur, GA.
"Standing on the Shoulder of Giants" Georgia State University; Columbus, GA.
"Utah State University, Distinguished Alumni Exhibition" Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art; Logan, UT.
"Teapots" University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire; Eau Claire, WI.
"Dichotomy" Ball State University; Muncie, IN.
"Snow" Rive Gauche Art Gallery, NCECA; Scottsdale, AZ.
"Abstraction" Santa Fe Clay; Santa Fe, NM.
"Birth of a Notion" Quirk Gallery; Richmond, VA.
20/20 Vision, Alaska State Museum, National Invitational, Juneau, Alaska.
Cut, Red Lodge Clay Center, Loft Gallery, Red Lodge, Montana.
Paper and Clay, Shy Rabbit Gallery, Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
Small Favors III, The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
“Southern Exposure: Atmospheric Pots and the Penland Connection”, The Rye Arts Center, Rye, New York.
Table of Elements, NCECA, Manchester Craftsman Guild, Pittsburgh, PA.
Solo Exhibition, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, Illinois.
INFUSION 10x10, Craft Alliance, St. Louis, Missouri.
NCECA Clay National 2007, Purchase Award, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville, Kentucky.
National Invitational Exhibition, Workshop Presenter, Lawrence Art Center, Lawrence, Kansas.
Mezinarodni International Museum of Ceramics, Symposium/Exhibition, Bechyne, Czech Republic.
New Constructions, Solo Exhibition, Charlie Cummings Clay Studio and Gallery, Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The Art of the Teapot, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Two Person Exhibition, Brad Schwieger/Robert Moore, St. Petersburg Clay Company, St. Petersburg, Florida.
Solo Exhibition, AKAR Gallery, Iowa City, Iowa.
Cross Cultural Exchange, Japan/USA, Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Diverse Domain: Contemporary North American Ceramic Art, Taipei County Yingge Ceramics Museum, Taiwan.
Brad has been a resident artist at the Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, Montana, 2009. International Ceramics Symposium, Bechyne, Czech Republic, 2006. Seto Ceramic and Glass Center, Seto, Japan, 2005 and 2001. Watershed Center for Ceramics in New Castle, Maine, 2003 and 1997. Gallery Estudi, Poble Espanyol, Barcelona, Spain, 2002. The Archie Bray Foundation for Ceramic Arts, Helena, Montana, 1998, 2012. Kunstlerhaus 188, Halle, Germany, 1999. Burg Giebichenstein, School for Art and Design, Halle, Germany, 1996. Jiesia International Porcelain Symposium, Kaunus, Lithuania, 1994. Romhild International Ceramics Symposium, Romhild, Germany, 1993.
His gallery affiliations include: Society for Contemporary Crafts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, AKAR Gallery, Iowa City, Iowa, Red Star Studios, Kansas City, Missouri, Signature Shop and Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, Red Lodge Clay Center, Red Lodge, Montana, Washington Street Gallery, Lewisburg, West Virginia. Brad has presented workshops and lectures at more than 90 Universities, Colleges and Art Centers including the Penland School for Arts and Crafts, NC, Arrowmont School for Crafts, TN, Anderson Ranch Art Center, CO, Peters Valley Art Center, NJ, Santa Fe Clay, NM and the Appalachian School for Crafts, TN. His work is included in numerous collections including the Renwick Gallery, Washington, DC and the Mint Museum of Craft and Design, Charlotte, NC. His work has been published in Ceramics Monthly, American Craft, Clay Times, Ceramics Art and Perception as well as several textbooks.