Erin Hoffman

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University of Georgia, Master of Fine Arts- Printmaking, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Athens, Georgia



 University of Northern Iowa, Bachelor of Fine Arts- Printmaking, Magna Cum Laude, Department of Art, Cedar Falls, Iowa


Professional Experience



FT tenured Instructor of Art, Muskegon Community College, Muskegon, Michigan


Curator of the Overbrook Art Gallery, Muskegon Community College, Muskegon, Michigan



Awards Juror, “West Michigan Student Showcase 2014” Bette Clark Cannon Gallery, Muskegon, Michigan



Paper Presentation “Wrangling the Curriculum Phantom: Making Something Out of Things" in a session titled “Injecting Momentum: Curricular Model Revisions” FATE Conference PostHaus, Savannah Georgia



Awards Juror, “5th Annual Northwest Ohio Community Art Exhibition,” Bowling Green State University Fine Arts Center Galleries, Bowling Green, Ohio



Awards Juror, “Changes of Seasons Exhibition,” White River Gallery and Nuveen Center, Montague, Michigan



“Exploring Issues of American Identity, Artwork by Erin Hoffman,” Artists Lecture, Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan


Awards Juror, Lakeland Artists Bi-annual Exhibition, Grand Haven Community Center, Grand Haven, Michigan



Solo Exhibitions



“Power and Consequence,” University Art Gallery, Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, Michigan (anticipated)



“Singles and Multiples: Printed Work By Erin Hoffman,” Mercy Gallery, Richmond Art Center, Loomis Chaffee School, Windsor, Connecticut


“Old Politics in a New Millennium: Prints and Paintings by Erin Hoffman,” Overbrook Art Gallery, Muskegon Community College, Muskegon, Michigan



“Water Over the Bridge,” Georgia Southwestern University, Americus, Georgia


Group Exhibitions



“Women in The Arts,” Grand Valley State University Women’s Center, Allendale, Michigan


“Contemporary Lithographs” Tri-cities Historical Museum, Grand Haven, Michigan


“Art in Our City” Bettye Clark Cannon Gallery, Frauenthal Center, Muskegon, Michigan



“Festival Grand Rapids Regional Art Exhibition” Grand Rapids Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, Michigan


“Teachers Show,” Fire Barn Gallery, Grand Haven, Michigan



“Printmaking 2013,” Lockhart Gallery, SUNY Geneseo, New York


“Clothing Optional,” Buckham Gallery, Flint, Michigan


“85th Regional Exhibition,” juried by Doug Stapleton (Assistant Curator of Art with the Illinois State Museum, Chicago Gallery) Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan


“Posthaus FATE 2013 Biennial Members Exhibition,” Savannah College of Art and Design, Savannah, Georgia



“Postcard Salon Exhibition” Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan



“Grand Haven ArtWalk,” Tri-cities Historical Museum, Grand Haven, Michigan


“15th Annual Small Works Print Exhibition,” Washington Printmakers, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Silver Spring, Maryland


“Art in Eight, 1st Annual Artist’s Competition,” Muskegon, Michigan (eight artists were given eight hours to create a single work of art using limited materials and certain required objects, a winner was selected by viewer‘s choice ballot)


“84th Regional Exhibition,” juried by Andrew Winship (Herron School of Art, Indiana University) Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan


“The Print 2012,” juried by Norm Stewart, Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan


“Consequences,” juried by Donna Seager, Arc Gallery and Studios, San Francisco, California


“West Michigan Printmakers,” Uptown Gallery, Grand Haven Michigan



“Southern Graphics International, Juried Traveling Exhibition,” (SGCI conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, Loyola University, Southeastern Louisiana University, University of North Carolina-Pembroke)



“Small Wonders, 2011” juried by Georgia Deal (Corcoran College of Art and Design) Circle Gallery, Maryland Federation of Art, Annapolis, Maryland


“Prints U.S.A. 2011” juried by Elizabeth Wyckoff (curator of prints Saint Louis Museum of Art) Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, Missouri


“Great Lakes ‘Small Works’ 2d-3d Juried Exhibition,” juried by Jennifer Seibert (Eastern Michigan University) Riverside Arts Center Gallery, Ypsilanti, Michigan


“19th Annual Canton Fine Arts Exhibition, 2011” juried by Stanley Rosenthal (Carnegie Mellon University) The Village Theater at Cherry Hill, Canton, Michigan


“Intimate: Small Works at the Brooklyn Artist’s Gym,” Brooklyn Artists Gym, Brooklyn, New York


“MI Arts 2011 (All Michigan, All Media, Arts Competition,)” Holland Area Arts Council, Holland, Michigan


“West Michigan Printmakers,” Gainey Gallery, Van Singel Fine Arts Center, Byron Center, Michigan


“FATE/MACAA Member’s Juried Exhibition,” Mad Art Gallery, St. Louis, Missouri


“25th Annual West Michigan Regional Art Competition,” Lowell Area Arts Council, Lowell, Michigan


“Place, Clemson National Print and Drawing Exhibition,” Lee Gallery, Center for Visual Arts, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina



“Prolific Impressions: Printmaking Now,” Climate/Gallery, Long Island, New York


“The Print 2010,” juried by Endi Poskovic, Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan


“Washington Street Gallery Invites Family and Friends,” Ann Arbor Michigan



“Art Cigar Box,” Tasting Room, Madison, Wisconsin


“Les Créatif 17,” Uptown Gallery, Grand Haven, Michigan


“The Printmakers Mode,” Ciao Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming


“Undefined,” Desotorow Gallery, Savannah, Georgia


“Lady’s Night,” Happy Dog Gallery, Chicago, Illinois


“Postcard Salon Exhibition, 2009” Muskegon Museum of Art, Muskegon, Michigan


“American Print 2009: Influence Someone, “ Foothills Art Center, Golden, Colorado (juried by Michael Chavez)



“KY7 Biennial,” Loudoun House, hosted and juried by the Lexington Art League, Lexington, Kentucky


“Farewell to the Wasteland,” Atrium Gallery, Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana (juried by Scott Anderson, Bill Zack, Fred Bower,and Jacinda Russell and part of the national coalition of galleries involved with The Art of Democracy)


“Up Against the Two Wall,” Two Wall Gallery, Vashon, Washington (juried by Greg Wessel and part of the national coalition of galleries involved with The Art of Democracy)


“16x16,” Washington Street Gallery, Ann Arbor, Michigan


“Printmaking Today: Contemporary Review of Fine Art Printmaking,” Dedalo Center for Contemporary Art and the Museum of Castiglione,    Abruzzo, Italy



“Hired and Fired,” Gainesville College, Gainesville, Georgia


“The Southeast, Ink and Paper Show,” (traveling exhibition)University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina


Workshops and Conferences Attended



MACRAO Spring Drive-in (Michigan Transfer Agreement Roll Out) Macomb Community College, Warren, Michigan


Think Tank 8, Bozeman, Montana



Foundations Art Theory and Education Biannual Conference, Savannah, Georgia



Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois



Think Tank 6, Athens, Georgia


Foundations Art Theory and Education Think Tank Workshop, St. Louis, Missouri


Foundations Art Theory and Education Biannual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri



Southern Graphics Conference, Chicago, Illinois