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Andrew Castaneda

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Education

2018-2020                   Masters of Fine Arts, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA

2015- 2018                  Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concentration in Ceramics, Kansas City                     

                                    Art Institute, Kansas City, MO  

2013                            Associates Degree, Orange Coast College, Costa Mesa, CA

Exhibitions      

2018                           

Fine Mesh, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition,                                    

Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA

2017                           

Elsewhere, KCAI Crossroads Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Modus Operandi,Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

Transmute, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO 

First Cut, KCAI Crossroads Gallery, Kansas City, MO

2016                           

NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition, Leedy Volkus Gallery, Kansas City, MO

Literature And Language, Stern Ceramics Building, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO 

Biomorphic, Stern Ceramics Building, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

A to Z: AMOCA's Permanent Collection, American Museum of Ceramic, Arts, Pomona, CA

2015                           

Devotion, American Muesum of Ceramic Arts, Studio, Pomona, CA

NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition, The Sol Koffler Gallery,Providence, RI 

In Transition, Stern Ceramics Building, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO 

2014                           

Student Show, Fullerton Community College, Fullerton, CA                              

From Earth To Art, The Da Gallery, Pomona CA

Professional Experience

2016 -17                                  Instructor, Snow Farm, Williamsburg, MA

Responsibility include: Make a lesson plan for the two week period. Teaching high School students multiple techniques to create ceramic works. Teaching about glazing and showing them the difference between the firings and firing ranges.

2016                            Intern to Dr. Catherine Futter, Director of Curatorial Affairs, NCECA
                        Unconventional Clay: Engage in Change, The Nelson-Akins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO                            
Assisted artist in residence Ehren Tool set up artwork for the exhibition. Participated in taking photos, scanning the photos, making decals then applying them to the surface of cups. Distributed out cups to the public for the artist.

2016                            Intern to Meredith Host Studio Potter & Foldedpigs Dinnerware,

Kansas City, MO

Assisted with studio work cleaning green ware, firing wares, prepping work for decals, decal works,packing work for exhibitions and  shipping work.

2014 -2015                  Production Thrower to Heather Levine Ceramics and Victoria Morris Pottery,
                                                            Los Angeles,CA

Responsibilities were to help out with ceramic orders. I would throw and trim ceramic vessels that later turned into lamps.

Awards & Honors

2018                            2nd Place NCECA Student Juried Exhibition

2016                            Presidents List, Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

2014                            Best Ceramic Piece in Show, Fullerton Community College Student Show,                                                          Fullerton, CA

Collections

2017                            Ken Ferguson Teaching Collection, Kansas City, MO

2016                           Permanent Collection of America Museum of Ceramic Arts,Pomona, CA

Publications

2018                            NCECA National Student Juried Exhibiton (Cover)

                                    Monthly Ceramic Art Magazine in Korea, May, pg.82

2016                            NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition

2015                            NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition

                                    NCECA National Student Juried Exhibition, Ceramics Monthly, 2015 September issue                                        pg.50