emily@emilykennerk.com
Education
2001 Cranbrook Academy of Art, MFA Sculpture
1998 Herron School of Art, BFA Sculpture
1997 Herron School of Art, BFA Painting
Public Art and Consulting
2007 Selected Artist for Permanent Installation, Cultural Trail Public Art Project
2005 Public Art consulting for A2SO4 Architecture, Project Accelerate i-465
Fellowships & Grants
2010 United States Artists Nominee.
2006 Efromsyon Contemporary Artist Grant Recipient.
2001 Merit Scholar. Cranbrook Academy of Art.
1998 Stutz Artist in Residence
1996 Ox-Bow, School of the Art Institute Chicago Fellowship Artist in Residence
Selected Exhibitions
2010 Solo Exhibition. Donna Beam Gallery. Las Vegas, NV
Solo Exhibition. America’s #1 Forclosed City: Las Vegas. Las Vegas, NV
Group Exhibit. Rowley Kennerk Gallery, Chicago, IL
2009 The Dobermen. CSN, Las Vegas NV.
Solo Exhibition Christopher West Presents. Indianapolis, IN.
2008 Sculpture Invitational. Las Vegas NV.
2007 Solo Exhibition. Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, IN.
Group Exhibit. The New Center for Contemporary Art, Louisville, KY.
Group Exhibit. Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. IN.
2005 Midwest Biennial. DePauw University. Greencastle IN.
Solo Exhibition. Keller Art Gallery. Point Loma University. San Diego, CA.
Champagne, Cadillacs and Cash. Urban Institute for Contemporary Art.
Welcome Home: SuperSuburbia. Bodner Arts. Indianapolis, IN
Research Triangles. Harrison Center for the Arts. Indianapolis, IN.
Return of the Residents. Stutz Gallery. Indianapolis, IN.
2003 Systematic. Cade Art Gallery. Arnold, MD
Metamorphosis. Primary Colors. Indianapolis, IN.
Hoosier Craft. Harrison Center for the Arts. Indianapolis, IN.
2002 Conceptualizing Desire. Dynamite Gallery. Grand Rapids, MI.
2001 Los Angeles Wight Biennial. Los Angeles, CA.
AutoShow. Dynamite Gallery. Grand Rapids, MI.
Degree Show. Cranbrook Museum of Art. Bloomfield Hills, MI.
InIndiana. Indianapolis Museum of Art. Indianapolis, IN.
Re-Collect. Woods Gallery. Huntington, MI.
Constructed Images. Mott University. Flint, MI.
Stutz Five. Stutz Gallery. Indianapolis, IN.
Herron Gallery. Herron School of Art. Indianapolis, IN.
Selected Lectures
2009 Point Loma University, Visiting Artist Lecuture. San Diego, California.
2005 Commercialization of Art. Indiana State University. Terre Haute, Indiana.
Harrison Center for the Arts. Visiting Artist Lecture. Indianapolis, Indiana.
2003 City Development and Revitalization through the Arts. ICAP Downtown. Indianapolis, Indiana.
2002 Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis. Visiting Artist Lecture
South Eastern College Arts Conference. Visiting Artist lecture, Panelist. Birmingham, Alabama.
2001 University of California at Los Angeles. Biennial Panelist.
Calvin College. Grand Rapids, MI. Visiting Artist Lecture. Contemporary Studies
Ox- Bow SAIC. Saugatuck, MI. Visiting Artist Lecture.
Calvin College. Grand Rapids, MI. Visiting Artist Lecture. Sculpture Dept.
2000 Mott University. Flint, MI. Visiting Artist Lecture
Teaching Experience
2008 Assistant Professor of Sculpture.
University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
2005-8
Assistant Professor, Chair of the Art Department.
Trinity Christian College. Chicago, Illinois.
2006
Part-time Assistant Professor of Sculpture.
Trinity Christian College. Chicago, Illinois.
2003-4
Sabbatical Replacement. Assistant Professor of Sculpture, ADJ.
Herron School of Art. Indianapolis, Indiana.
1999
Woodshop Technician
Cranbrook Academy of Art. Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.
1998
Drawing Instructor
Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis.
Selected Publications
London News Review. Modern Art and a Cup of Tea Test. London England. 10/04
Pappas, ML. Curious and Ingenious. Review. NUVO Indianapolis, IN. 12/29/03


Selected Lectures