Artist Talk: Jennifer Halvorson
Artist Talk: Meet the Maestro, Jennifer Halvorson
In this lecture, I will discuss the various objects that have inspired my studio practice. By reviewing my thoughts behind different series of work, I aim to share the emotions that connect us to the memories within objects. I will also review processes; such as mold designs for glass casting and blowing that have enabled me to realize my work.
Jennifer Halvorson is an Artist and Assistant Professor of Art at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. She earned dual BFA degrees in Glass and Metal at the University of Illinois and a MFA in Glass from the Rochester Institute of Technology. She also studied at the Australian National University as an exchange student and at Danmarks Designskola as a Fulbright Scholar.
Jennifer’s mixed media works revolve around the importance of objects that are manipulated or collaged to express a range of emotions and narratives. Her sculptures have been exhibited internationally and throughout the United States. Learn more about Jennifer at jenniferhalvorson.com.
Santa Fe / March 9, 2019 / Saturday 9:30am-12pm / FREE
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