Bio

Craig Dongoski + bio | statement | press

Eduacation

1991 MFA, Master of Fine Arts, University of South Dakota, Vermillion, South Dakota.
1988 BFA, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois.

Proffessional Experience

2001-present
Associate Professor of Art, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia.
1991-1999
Instructor School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts.
2010

Paivascapes #1; Binaural Media and Nodar Residency Center, Nodar, Portugal.
SoundLab VII, Audio piece Stock Market Music selected for festival. Cologne, Germany
2005
Altered States Conference, hosted by Roy Ascott, Plymouth University
Plymouth, England.  Delivered paper.
Sound Spaces Atmospheres, workshop with Carsten Nicolai, et al.  Domus Academy • Venice, Italy.  Chosen to participate.
2004

Visiting Artist/Lecturer, American University in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
2002

Visiting Lecturer, Kinki University, Osaka, Japan.
2001

Visiting Lecturer, Cortona Program, University of Georgia Studies Abroad, International Print Symposium, Cortona, Italy.

Professional Presentations and Juries

2009
Drawing Voices interactive performance between University of Georgia and
Georgia State University. Collaboration sponsored by University of Georgia. Athens, Georgia.
2006

Guest Juror for Laptop Battle National Electronic Music competition
Hosted by Native Instruments Technologies at ‘Lenny’s Bar’ in Atlanta, Georgia.  Co-jurors Richard Devine and Omar Torres.
2005

Lecture/presentation Dorkbot Symposium hosted by Georgia Tech University.
Invited by Jason Freeman, Department of Music, Atlanta, Georgia.
Pictorial Language Symposium, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia.  Presented paper.
2003

“Meta-Technologies and the Collective”
Hawaii International Conference on the Arts & Humanities, University of West Oahu, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Presented on panel “Art & Language”.

Solo or Two-Person Exhibitions

2011
Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release, whitespace gallery, Atlanta GA.
2010

Durations; Solo Exhibition; Hanes Gallery; Wake Forest, North Carolina.
Durations; Solo Exhibition; Arts Gallery; University of Arkansas; Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Searching for God; Juried Exhibition; Kuhn Gallery, Ohio State University; Marion, Ohio.
2009

24th Annual International Exhibition; University of Texas-Tyler/Meadows Gallery; Tyler, Texas; Andrew Rubin, Juror.
Durations; Two-Artist Exhibition; Tinney Contemporary Gallery; Nashville, Tennessee.
Durations; One-Artist Exhibition; Gallery Stokes, Atlanta, Georgia.
Geometric Sequence; Caladan Gallery [online] Cambridge, Massachusetts.
2008

Drawing Voices; One-Artist Exhibition; Reed Whipple Art Center; Las Vegas, Nevada.
Int’l Works on Paper Exhibition, Arkansas State University; Bradbury Gallery, Fowler Center; Received Purchase Award.
New Genre Landscape, City of Atlanta Cultural Affairs, Sunken Garden Park; Atlanta, GA. The Bottle Project, large-scale site specific installation and website with Craig Dongoski, Pam Longobardi and Joe Peragine.  Curated by  Stuart Keeler.
2007

Symbiosis: Contemporary Concepts in Art and Science; IAO Gallery; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
2005

Mechanical Occult an interactive performance of a Homophonic Translation; Eyedrum Gallery and Project Space, Atlanta, Georgia.
New Orleans Triennial curated by Marilyn Kushner; Brooklyn Museum; New Orleans Museum of Art • New Orleans, Louisiana.
2004

Drawing Voices; multi-media exhibition; Elliot Gallery; Eckerd College; St. Petersburg, Florida. Solo exhibition.
Sound Installation for “One Big Self,” sound installation through telephones in Conjunction with collaborative exhibition of photographer Deborah Luster and Poet C.D.Wright; Jack Shainman Gallery, New York, New York.
Sound Design for “My Great Descent,” conducted by Butch Morrison; Directed by Scott Cohen; theatrical performance of spoken word, dance and the Sound of drawing; Closing ceremony of “Mythic Journeys” symposium.
Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia.
2003

Drawing Voices, multi-media sound exhibition; Gallery Entropia; Wroclaw, Poland.
Veerle Rooms in Dialog; international invitational exhibition; Scaldis Room; KBC Tower, Antwerp, Belgium (Dec 2002 – April 2003).
Craig Dongoski and Pam Longobardi: Works on Paper; Santa Reparata Gallery; Florence, Italy.
Faculty Exhibition; Penland School of Arts & Crafts, Penland, North Carolina.
Sketches II Exhibition; Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia.
Works on Paper; GSU Faculty Exhibition; Rialto Theater, Atlanta, Georgia.
2002

PEARL of the Third Mind; exhibition of collaborative work with P. Longobardi; Gusto House Gallery, Kobe, Japan.
A Thin Line Drawn; exhibition of collaborative work with P. Longobardi; Artist Gallery; Savannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, Georgia.

Group Exhibitions

2010
The Group Show; 3rd Ward Gallery, Brooklyn, New York.
2009
Small Work Redux; Group juried exhibition; Agnes Scott College/Dalton Gallery; Atlanta, Georgia.
2008
3-Artist Summer Exhibition; Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, Georgia.
2005
FLOW Group Invitational exhibition curated by Barkin & Leeds Consulting Firm; Sun Trust Building, Atlanta, Georgia.
2002
Unidentified Transmissions; Group exhibition; Lunar Landing Gallery; Brooklyn, New York.

Exhibits and Projects Curated

2009
Artist-in Residence; Hambidge House, Clayton, Georgia
2002

Curator; That Smell of Beauty, Painting exhibition,
The Consulate of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Gallery.
New York, New York.
2001

Curator, Random Channels, Multi-media exhibition, EYEDRUM Space.  Atlanta, Georgia.
1996-7

Founder and Director of the Boston Print Symposium
“Shifting Grounds:  The New Terrain of Printmaking.”
International symposium of workshops, demos, exhibition, site-specific collaborative installation.
1995

Co-curator, “Volatile Alliances,” Fifty- artist portfolio and exhibition featured at the First Africus-Johannesburg Biennale, Johannesburg, South Africa. Color catalog.

Visiting Artist and Lecturer

2010
Visiting Artist, Wake Forest University, Wake Forest, North Carolina.
Visiting Artist, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
2007

Visiting Artist, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas.
2005

Eckerd College, Saint Petersburg, Florida.
2003

Penland School of Crafts, Penland, North Carolina.
Taught 2-week drawing course.
2001

Visiting Artist/ Lecturer, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
2000

Penland School of Crafts, Penland, North Carolina.
Taught 2-week drawing course.
1999

Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, Georgia.
Artists talk in conjunction with “Vanitas” exhibition.
1998

ICA, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA.  Public lecture.
Frogman’s Press Print and Paper Workshop
Vermillion, South Dakota.  Lecture.
1997

Pasadena Community College, Pasadena, California.  Public lecture.
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts.  Public lecture.
1997
Visiting Artist, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Public lecture.
1996
Southern Graphics Council Conference, West Virginia University
Morgantown, West Virginia.  Demonstration.
1995
Visiting Artist, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.
Visiting Artist, University of Saint-Marie, Antwerp, Belgium.
1995
Pyramid Atlantic, Riverdale, Maryland.  Lecture, demonstration.
Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC.  Public lecture, demonstration.
St. Cloud University, St. Cloud, Minnesota.  Public lecture, demonstration.
Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, Massachusetts.  Public lecture.
Southern Graphics Council Conference, University of Tennessee
Knoxville, Tennessee.  Lecture, demonstration.
Black Hills Print Symposium, Nemo, South Dakota. Guest Faculty.

Artist Residencies

2008
Artist-in-Residence, NY Arts Beijing, Beijing, China.
Exhibition accompanied the residency.
2007

Artist Residency and Exhibition, selected as artist to represent Atlanta through
A-I-R-I  (Artist in Residency International), Oder 24 Gallery, Berlin, Germany.
1999
Artist Residency, Franz Masereel Center, Kasterlee, Belgium.

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