HANNAH OATMAN

hannahoatman@gmail.com

RELATED EXPERIENCE

2017 (upcoming) Studio Assistant to Caroline Gore, Penland School of Crafts

2017 Teacher’s Assistant to Amelia Toelke (Enameling), New Paltz, NY

2016 Studio Assistant to Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, Stone Ridge, NY

RESIDENCIES

2017-18 (upcoming) Artist-in-Residence, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Houston, TX

EDUCATION

2017 BFA in Metal, summa cum laude, State University of New York at New Paltz, New Paltz, NY

2016 Haystack Art School Collaborative, Deer Isle, ME

2013-15 Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017-18 (Upcoming) Alchemy International Juried Student Enamel Exhibition, The Enamelist Society, Arrowmont Sandra Blaine Gallery, Gatlinburg TN (Summer 2017), Ohio Craft Museum, Colombus OH (Fall 2017), National Ornamental Metals Museum, Memphis TN (Winter 2018) [catalogue]

2017 (Upcoming) Adorned Spaces Pop-Up Exhibition, The Sheraton Hotel, SNAG NEXUS, New Orleans, LA

2017 (Upcoming) SNAG 2017 Student Exhibition, SNAG NEXUS, New Orleans, LA

2017  COLORSCAPE, BFA Thesis Exhibition, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY

2017 Wearable Expressions, Palos Verdes Art Center, Palos Verdes, CA [catalogue]

2017 Materials Hard and Soft, Meadows Gallery, Patterson-Appleton Arts Center, Denton, TX (Curated by JoAnn Edwards, Executive Director, Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco [catalogue])

2016 SUNY Student Art Series Exhibition, University at Albany, Albany, NY

2016 Practice/Play Pop-Up Exhibition, State University of New York at New Paltz Fine Arts Building, New Paltz, NY

2014 Foundation Merit Scholarship Exhibition, East Hall, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY 

GRANTS/AWARDS

2017 Best in Show, SUNY Student Art Series, Albany, NY

2016 Dr. Edwin A. Ulrich Fine Arts Memorial Scholarship, New Paltz, NY

2013 Pratt Institute Foundation Merit Scholarship, Brooklyn, NY

COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS

2016 Commemorative Coin Design for the Women’s Suffrage Centennial Summit, State University of New York at New Paltz, NY(In Collaboration with Michael Gayk, Assistant Professor, SUNY New Paltz)