JO KAMM

EDUCATION

2010
New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, Alfred, New York. Master of Fine Arts, Ceramic Art.

2007
Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI), Kansas City, Missouri. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ceramics Concentration.

2006
University of West Hungary, International Ceramics Studio Campus, Kecskemét, Hungary. Mobility Program, February – June.

2005
International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemét, Hungary. Study Abroad Program through the Kansas City Art Institute, June.

2004
Community College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Associate in Art

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2010
European Ceramic Context: Resident Artist Exhibition, Danish Design School on Bornholm, Nexo, Denmark.

Text and Texture: Midrash Through Making, two-person exhibition, Gallery at Park Avenue Synagogue, New York City, New York.

Uncertainty and Apperception, MFA Thesis Exhibition, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, School of Art and Design, NYSCC, Alfred University, Alfred, New York.

Past, Present and Future, 35 Years of Clay at Community College of Philadelphia, Rotunda Gallery, Community College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Kansas City Art Institute Clay: Post Y2K, online exhibition, Craft in America, http://www.craftinamerica.org

2009
MFA Ceramics: Alfred University, American Ceramic Society 111th Annual Meeting, David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

2008
10th Annual Hódmezővásárhely Ceramic Symposium, “The Air,” Duna Gallery, Budapest, Hungary.

“Network 2007-08,” Grimmerhus, The Museum of International Ceramic Art, Middelfart, Denmark.

“Network 2008,” Æblehuset gallery, Guldagergaard, Skælskør, Denmark.

“Small Favors III,” The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

2007
10th Annual Hódmezővásárhely Ceramic Symposium, “The Air,” Alföldi Gallery, Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary.

“KCAI Ceramics Department Senior Exhibition 2007,” Richard J. Stern Building, Kansas City Art Institute. Kansas City, Missouri.

“Earth & Ink,” Chameleon Gallery. Kansas City, Missouri.

“2007 Annual BFA Exhibition,” H&R Block Artspace, Kansas City Art Institute. Kansas City, Missouri.

“15th Annual Strictly Functional Pottery National,” juried by Malcolm Davis, Market House Craft Center. Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

“Dreaming in Magyar: Study Abroad in Hungary,” juried, Jannes Library, Kansas City Art Institute. Kansas City, Missouri

2006
“The Sound of Clay,” International Ceramics Studio. Kecskemét, Hungary.

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

2010
“NCECA Graduate Fellowship Award,” Travel grant to work with Marek Cecula, assisting setup and program planning for Design Centrum Kielce, a center for ceramics and design in Kiecle, Poland.

“European Ceramic Context 2010,” Residency at Danmarks Designskole Bornholm, Denmark.

2008

“Lighton International Artist Exchange Program Grant,” Travel grant to participate in Network 2008 Symposium at the International Ceramics Research Center, Skaelskor, Denmark.

“Network 2008 Symposium,” International Ceramics Research Center, Skaelskor, Denmark.

2007
“10th Annual Ceramic Symposium, ‘The Air,'” Hódmezővásárhely, Hungary, worked in Alföldi Porcelain Factory as invited artist.

“McKeown Special Projects Grant,” Kansas City Art Institute, Self directed study using Rhinoceros 3D, a computer aided design program.

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