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SELECTED COLLECTIONS

The Art Institute of Chicago
Brooklyn Museum
Bullseye Glass Co., Portland, Oregon
The Columbus Museum, Georgia
Illinois State Museum, Springfield
Joan Flasch Artists’ Book Collection, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
KALA Art Institute, Berkeley, California
Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Alabama
Museum of Contemporary Art, Artists’ Books Collection, Chicago
Museum of Modern Art, Artists’ Books Collection, New York
Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington
Seto City Art Museum, Seto, Japan
University of Mississippi, Southern Graphics Council Archives, Oxford
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
Zuckerman Museum of Art, Southern Graphics Council Archives, Kennesaw, GA

EDUCATION

MFA School of The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, 1998
BA Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1994 (Honors in Art)

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITS

Breakdown, de Young Museum, San Francisco, California, 2017
Dissonance, Gallery One One, Cincinnati, Ohio, 2012
Cusp, Cascade Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 2011
Correspondence, Bullseye Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 2011
undercurrent, Portland Building Installation Space, Portland, Oregon, 2009
transient, Mosnart, Chicago, Illinois, 2009
Survey, College of Lake County, Grayslake, Illinois, 2008
Catalyst, Bullseye Gallery, Portland, Oregon, 2008
CATALYST, FLATFILE galleries, Chicago, 2007
Interference, Phyllis Stigliano Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, 2006
WAKE, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn, New York, 2006
WAKE, Phyllis Stigliano Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, 2006

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITS

2021
Women at Work, SP/N Gallery at the University of Texas Dallas, Dallas, Texas
CPC 30/2020 Anniversary Print Suite Portfolio, Workshop Print Gallery, Chicago, Illinois

2019
10 x 10, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Hyattsville, Maryland
Misprints, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Hyattsville, Maryland
2019 Arrowmont Instructor Exhibition, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

2018
My Land/Your Land, SGCI, Las Vegas, Nevada
2018 Arrowmont Instructor Exhibition, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Glasstastic, Glass Biennial, Bellevue Art Museum, Bellevue, Washington

2017
Picturing Mississippi, 1817–2017: Land of Plenty, Pain, and Promise, Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson
Leap of Faith, North Lands Creative, Lybster, Scotland
Detritus, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, California

2016
8th International Printmaking Biennial, Douro, Portugal

2015
2nd Global Print 2015, Alijo, Portugal
Experiments & Variations, Poplar Gallery, Oakland, California
Theresa and Harry Crook’s Art: State of the Estate, Gallery 72, Omaha, Nebraska

2014
Paraphrase, Featured SGCC Exhibit, Cannery Gallery, San Francisco, California
Unexpected Imagery, Gallery R, Rochester, New York, New York
2013 Artists-in-Residence, Seto City Art Museum, Seto, Japan
Groundwork, Pullman Factory Site, Chicago, Illinois
Rolled, Stoned, & Inked: Chicago Printmakers Collaborative 25th Anniversary, Expo 72, Chicago, Illinois
25 Years of the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, Prairie State College, Chicago Heights, Illinois

2013
Threshold, Hoffman Gallery, OCAC, Portland, Oregon
Disguise, Indiana University Print Archives, Bloomington, Indiana

2012
Intangible, North Lands Creative Glass, Lybster, Scotland
Beyond Tradition, Caithness Horizons, Thurso, Scotland
Artists’ Annual, KALA Art Institute, Berkeley, California

2011
Tally, Gallery One One, Cincinnati, Ohio (installation with Nathan Sandberg)
San Francisco Fine Art Fair, Bullseye Gallery, San Francisco, California

2010
Artists-in-Residence Exhibition, Glenfiddich Gallery, Dufftown, Scotland
Invisible Cities, Bullseye Gallery, Portland, Oregon
Incised, Bitten, and Gouged: 20 Years of Printmaking, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago
20/20, Workshop Print Gallery, Chicago
Art Sante Fe (Bullseye Gallery, Portland, Oregon), Sante Fe, New Mexico

2009
Correlations, Glasmuseum Hentrich, Düsseldorf, Germany
A Book About Death, Emily Harvey Gallery, New York, New York (group fluxus project)
Ink/Paper/Press, FLATFILEgalleries, Chicago, Illinois

2008
SOFA Chicago, Bullseye Gallery, Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois
The Art of Democracy, Workshop Print Gallery, Chicago, Illinois (group show)

2007
Bridge Art Fair, FLATFILEgalleries, Chicago, Illinois
Beyond Boundaries, H.F. Johnson Gallery of Art, Carthage College, Wisconsin
Survey, PDX Contemporary Art, Portland, Oregon (window project)

2006
E-merge, Bullseye Resource Center, Portland, Oregon
Black & White, FLATFILEgalleries, Chicago
Transformation, Southern Graphics Council, Madison, Wisconsin

RESIDENCIES

2020 Art Group Creative Fellowship, Canberra Glassworks, Canberra, Australia
2019 Denbo Fellowship, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Hyattsville, Maryland
2017 Artist-in-residence, de Young Museum, San Francisco, California
2015 Artist-in-residence, KALA Art Institute, Berkeley, California
2013 Artist-in-residence, Ceramic and Glass Art Exchange Program, Seto, Japan
2013 Hauberg Fellowship, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington
2012 Artist-in-residence, North Lands Creative Glass, Lybster, Scotland
2012 Artist-in-residence, KALA Art Institute, Berkeley, California
2010 Glenfiddich Artist-in-residence, Dufftown, Scotland
2010 Artist-in-residence, Alberta College of Art and Design, Alberta, Canada

AWARDS, HONORS, & GRANTS

2020 Grant Recipient, The Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation, New York, New York
2020 COVID19 Emergency Grant, Foundation for Contemporary Art, New York, New York
2019 Finalist, Momentum | Intersection, Pilkington Glass, Toledo, Ohio
2011 Emergency Grant, Foundation for Contemporary Art, New York, New York
2009 RACC Grant to create an installation at the Portland Building, Portland, Oregon
2008 Documentary by WGN about the FACADE PROJECT wins an Emmy

VISITING ARTIST & LECTURES

University of Texas at Arlington, Visiting Artist, Glass Department: 2018
California College of the Arts, Oakland, Visiting Artist, Glass Department: 2016
Taiwan National University, Taipei, Visiting Artist, Printmaking Department: 2013
Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, Visiting Artist, Glass Department: 2012
University of Indiana (Bloomington), Visiting Artist, Printmaking Department: 2012
University of Sunderland, England, Visiting Artist, Glass Department: 2012
Bullseye Resource Center, Portland, Oregon, Artist’s Talk: 2010, 2011
Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, Oregon, Artist’s Talk: 2011

STUDIO MANAGEMENT & SOCIAL MEDIA

Co-Owner, 2014 – present
IV Fab Lab, Arlington, Texas
Co-founded and run a glass design and fabrication studio. IV Fab Lab offers custom glass installations, fabrication, and consulting for architects, interior designers, artists, and clients. Projects have taken many forms from public art to custom lighting to proof-of-concept prototyping.

Social Media Coordinator, 2014 – 2016
American Steel Studios, Oakland, California
Maintained website, newsletter, and social media for a diverse community of over 200+ artists, makers, and entrepreneurs. Helped co-ordinate and promote studio events, including monthly Art Murmur, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaff’s inaugural party, Pre-compression, and FEELS music festivals with crowds ranging from several hundred to over 50,000.

Studio Manager, 2004 – 2007
John Himmelfarb Studio, Chicago, Illinois
Set up and maintained a private print shop, assisting in plate production and printing of both etching and lithography editions. Designed and developed publicity materials from conception to pre-press: these ranged from magazine ads (Art on Paper), to exhibition postcards, to research for a catalog raisonné (Hudson Hills Press). Oversaw two public art projects from proposal to completion, ensuring the work met all site requirements and codes: an installation of drawings on library card catalog cards (Bucktown Wicker Park Library, Chicago Illinois) and an installation of two site-specific paintings (Delta Airline terminal, Logan Airport, Boston Massachusetts). Oversaw day to day studio operations, including building crates, and packing and shipping artwork to galleries and museums.

Studio Manager, 2000 – 2004
Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, Chicago, Illinois
Provided individual mentoring and tutorials in screen printing, lithography, intaglio (aquatint, white ground, soft ground, spit bite), relief printing, and artist’s books. Oversaw the day-to-day maintenance of the studio, conducted studio orientations and portfolio reviews, and ensured members followed safety protocols for equipment and materials. Designed newspaper ads, promotional flyers, website, class schedules and studio signage, and proposed and organized workshop gallery exhibitions and programming.

TEACHING

University/Academic

2021
Drawing Concepts: Spring Semester
Instructor of Record, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

Advanced Drawing: Spring Semester
Instructor of Record, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

2020
Drawing Concepts: Fall Semester
Instructor of Record, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

Drawing Fundamentals: Fall Semester
Instructor of Record, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

2020
Drawing Concepts: Spring Semester
Instructor of Record, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

2019
Drawing Concepts: Fall Semester
Instructor of Record, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas

2015
MFA Independent Study/Thesis Advisor: Spring Semester
Outside Advisor, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, California

2014
MFA Independent Study/Thesis Advisor: Fall Semester
Outside Advisor, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, California

MFA Independent Study/Thesis Advisor: Spring Semester
Outside Advisor, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, California

2013
MFA Independent Study/Thesis Advisor: Fall Semester
Outside Advisor, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, California

Master Classes

2019
Master Class in Toner Lithography for Glass and Paper: Four day intensive
Pratt Fine Arts, Seattle, Washington

Collage + Combine | Remix + Redux: One week intensive in creative research
Urban Glass, Brooklyn, New York

2018
Images in Glass: One week intensive
SiNaCa Studios, Ft. Worth, Texas

M3 | Methods, Materiality & Making: Three week intensive in creative research
Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington

2016
Monotype: Print as Process: One week intensive
Ox-Bow School of Art, Saugatuck, Michigan

Poetics of Phenomenon: Two week intensive in creative research
Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington

Images in Glass: One week intensive
IV Designs, Oakland, California

2015
Images in Glass: One week intensive
Blue Dog Glass, Melbourne, Australia

Images in Glass: One week intensive
Art Glass, Perth, Australia

The Glass Pastiche: One week intensive in print and glass
Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pennsylvania

2014
Shifting Perspectives: Two week intensive in creative research
North Lands Creative Glass, Lybster, Scotland

From Research to Refinement: Two week intensive in creative research
Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington

2012
Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: One week intensive
Creative Glass, Kent, England

Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: One week intensive
Creative Glass, Zurich, Switzerland

2011
Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: One week intensive
Glass Forum, Averoy, Norway

Intensive Workshops

2019
Toner Lithography for Glass: Four Day intensive
Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

2018
Collagraph: Chance Investigations: Four day intensive
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg, Tennessee

2015
Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: Four day intensive
Chicago Glass Collective, Chicago, Illinois

2014
Image Transfers Intensive: Four day intensive
IV Designs, Oakland, California

2014
Text in Glass: Two day intensive
IV Designs, Oakland, California

2013
Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: Four day intensive
Bullseye Resource Center, Emeryville, California

Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: Four day intensive
Bullseye Resource Center, Portland, Oregon

2012
Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: Four day intensive
Bullseye Resource Center, Emeryville, California

Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: Four day intensive
Bullseye Resource Center, Portland, Oregon

2011
Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: Four day intensive
Bullseye Resource Center, Portland, Oregon

Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: Four day intensive
Hot Glass Houston, Texas

2010
Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: two day intensive
Bullseye Resource Center, Portland, Oregon

2009
Image Transfers for Kiln Glass: two day intensive
Bullseye Resource Center, Portland, Oregon

2008
Teaching Assistant for Catherine Newell: two-week intensive
Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, Washington

PRINT PORTFOLIOS

30/2020, a portfolio of thirty artists celebrating the thirty-year anniversary of the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, Chicago, IL, 2020

My Land/Your Land, portfolio of twenty-two artists created for the Southern Graphics Council Conference as a thematic portfolio creating print ephemera intended to alter the landscape by being posted, installed, used or distributed in public, Las Vegas, NV, 2018

A Book About Death, a group Fluxus project consisting of an edition of 500 postcards to create an unbound book about death as an homage to Ray Johnson, Emily Harvey Gallery, New York, NY, 2009

Transformation, portfolio of eighteen artists, created for the Southern Graphics Council Conference as a thematic portfolio pairing artists with scientists, Madison, WI, 2006

On The Map, portfolio of sixteen artists, organized by the Chicago Printmakers Collaborative in conjunction with Chicago Artists’ Month, Chicago, IL, 2003

Common Culture, portfolio of fifteen artists, created for the Southern Graphics Council Conference as a thematic portfolio addressing US southern stereotypes, New Orleans, LA, 2002

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Jenkins, Mark. “In the galleries: ‘Misprints’ exhibition takes a purposeful approach,” Washington Post, April 12, 2019, (illustration)

Ingold, Kate. “Something’s Happening in Pullman,” Bad at Sports (Contemporary Art Talk), February 24, 2015, (illustrations)

Paltrineri, Marc. “The Materials of the Immaterial: An interview with Carrie Iverson,” DuKool Magazine, June/July 2015, pgs. 203-7 (illustrations)

Radon, Lisa. “Carrie Iverson: “Correspondence” at Bullseye Gallery,” Art Ltd., January 2012, (illustration)

Speer, Richard, “Best of 2011 (Best Glass show),” Willamette Week, December 28, 2011

Speer, Richard. “Correspondence,” Visual Art Source, September 29, 2011, (illustration)

Speer, Richard. “Carrie Iverson Correspondence / Stephen Scott Smith Burlap 2B,” Willamette Week, September 7, 2011, (illustration)

Blake, Victoria. “Italo Calvino’s book ‘Invisible Cities’ sets the inspiration for art displayed at Bullseye Gallery,” The Oregonian, September 3, 2010 (illustration)

Sanders, Beverly. “Layers of Memory,” American Craft Magazine, February/March 2008, Volume 68, no 1, pg. 32 (illustration)

Kogan, Rick. “Putting a Face on War,” Chicago Tribune Magazine, Sunday, 6 May, a photograph of the “Facade Project” by Charles Osgood

“A ‘Wake’ for the Dead in Iraq,” Chicago Tribune, Perspective, “The Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan: The Fallen,” Sunday, 28 May, Section 2, p. 2. Photograph of “Wake” installation at Phyllis Stigliano Gallery
by Pete Souza

Foreman, Julie, and Copenhaver, Katie. “The Sociable Artist As Printmaker,” Chicago Artists’ Coalition, Chicago Artists’ News, November, Volume XXXII, Number 10, pp. 1,7, (illustration)

Brooks, Ryan. “Public Displays: The Price of War Writ Large,” Chicago Reader, Calendar, Section 1, 13 August, p. 34 (illustration)