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Visiting Artist: Paul Sacaridiz

 

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Paul Sacaridiz (b.1970, Brooklyn, NY, lives and works in Madison, WI) earned an MFA (1998) from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and a BFA from Alfred University (1993). He is currently an Associate Professor and head of Ceramics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He has been active in solo exhibitions, collaborative projects and group shows at a diverse number of venues including: The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, The Dubuque Museum of Art (IA), The Icheon World Ceramic Center, Icheon, Korea and The Alfedena Gallery, Chicago. His work has been the subject of reviews and articles in Ceramics: Art andt Perception, The New Art Examiner and Art Papers among others. Sacaridiz has been the recipient of residencies at the Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts, The Ragdale Foundation, The Vermont Studio Center and the Art/Industry Program at Kohler Company.

Artists representing some of the most innovative and influential work being done today come to lecture at the University of Oregon. The Department of Art brings in about a dozen artists and critics each year from across the nation and abroad to lecture and meet with students in small groups or individual studio visits. In addition to the support each media area has for such an enterprise, the two annual endowed lectures, the George & Matilde Fowler lecture and the Davis Family Lecture, bring in particularly high-profile artists and critics who challenge our assumptions about art and have broad relevance across media. These public lectures provide not only a unique opportunity to hear directly from artists about their work, but also for students to work with them directly in a more intimate capacity.


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