This month the students at McDaniel High School interviewed Portland sculptor Nan Curtis.
Nan Curtis received her MFA from the University of Cincinnati & BA from the College of Wooster. Curtis's practice is interdisciplinary, mining site, home and personal narrative to reframe what can be considered mundane. Major exhibitions include Mira Costa College, San Diego; DiverseWorks, Houston; Tacoma Art Museum; ConsolidatedWorks, Seattle; Linfield College, OR; Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA), Elizabeth Leach, Williamson/Knight, 1430Contemporary, NINE & The Art Gym in Portland.
Nan received the prestigious Bonnie Bronson Fellowship in 2011. She has attended residencies at Mira Costa College, OCAC & Caldera. Her work has been featured in ArtForum, ArtWeek, The Oregonian, Seattle Stranger & Portland Monthly. Her work is in the collections of the Portland Art Museum, Sarah Miller Meigs, Reed College & Joan and John Shipley. She was the Director/Curator of the Feldman Gallery at Pacific Northwest College of Art, is currently faculty & the Chair of Studio Arts.
Co-hosted & Produced by Erica Meryl Thomas
And Nicole Cabrera Perez