ACADEMIC DEGREES
1997 Master of Fine Art, Jewelry / Metalsmithing, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Seattle, WA
1994 Bachelor of Fine Art, Metals / Jewelry, TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY, Lubbock, TX

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Professor, Full Time, COLLIN COLLEGE, McKinney, TX, 2009-Present
Teach all classes emphasizing critical skills, imagination, originality, and craftsmanship. Teach design and drawing in a unique way that invests and motivates students in their projects, help students to expand basic skills and broaden creativity. Formulate assignments based on approved curriculum, develop grading rubrics, offer input and encouragement, and facilitate group critiques. Give individual attention to each student. Teach and lecture in art appreciation and drawing, develop assignments, raise current art issues. Develop online class shells, build art program.

– Summer 2018 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– Spring 2018: Sabbatical Leave
– Fall 2017: Sabbatical Leave
– Summer 2017 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– May 2017 / Art Appreciation x1 section
– Spring 2017 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 2, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Winter 2016 / Art Appreciation x1 section
– Fall 2016 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Summer 2016 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– May 2016 / Art Appreciation x1 section
– Spring 2016 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 2, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Winter 2015 / Art Appreciation x1 section
– Fall 2015 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Summer 2015 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– Spring 2015 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 2, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Fall 2014 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Art Appreciation/Psychology Learning Community x2, Drawing 1
– Summer 2014 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– Spring 2014 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 2, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Fall 2013 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Summer 2013 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– Spring 2013 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 2, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Fall 2012 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 2, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Summer 2012 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– Spring 2012 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 1, Drawing 2
– Fall 2011 / Art Appreciation x3 sections, Drawing 1 x2 sections
– Summer 2011 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– Spring 2011 / Art Appreciation x6 sections
– Fall 2010 / Art Appreciation x6 sections
– Summer 2010 / Art Appreciation x2 sections
– Spring 2010 / Art Appreciation x6 sections
– Fall 2009 / Art Appreciation x5 sections
– Summer 2009 / Art Appreciation

Instructor, Adjunct, TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY, Lubbock, TX 2005-2009
Teach all classes emphasizing critical skills, imagination, originality, and craftsmanship. Teach design and drawing in a unique way that invests and motivates students in their projects, help students to expand basic skills and broaden creativity. Formulate assignments based on approved curriculum, develop grading rubrics, offer input and encouragement, and facilitate group critiques. Give individual attention to each student. Teach and lecture in art appreciation, develop assignments, raise current art issues.

– Spring 2009 / Design I 301, Drawing II 303 and 304
– Fall 2008 / Design I 303, 304, and 306
– Spring 2008 / Art Appreciation 005, Design I 303 and 304
– Fall 2007 / Art Appreciation 007, Design I 302, 303, and 304
– Spring 2007 / Art Appreciation 007, Design I 301 and 303
– Fall 2006 / Design I, Sections 301, 305, and 308
– Summer 2006 / Art Appreciation 001
– Spring 2006 / Art Appreciation, Sections 001 and 002
– Fall 2005 / Drawing II

Assistant Department Chair, PUEBLO COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Pueblo, CO Fall 2003
Assisted in maintaining the art department, formulated class schedules, reviewed instructors, tabulated statistical information on individual programs.

Instructor, Full Time, PUEBLO COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Pueblo, CO 2000-2004
Taught a wide variety of jewelry and metalsmithing classes emphasizing imagination, originality, and craftsmanship. Taught painting, 2D and 3D design helping students to expand basic skills and broaden creativity. Formulated assignments based on approved curriculum, made grading decisions, offered input and encouragement, and facilitated group critiques. Instructed AVEP student. Taught and lectured in two sections of Art Appreciation, developed assignments, raised current art issues, and assigned team presentations on several art topics. Gave individual attention to each student.

– Spring 2004 / Jewelry Shop I and II, Jewelry Design I and II, Beg. and Adv. Stone Setting, Adv. Wax and Moldmaking
– Fall 2003 / Art Jewelry, Jewelry Shop I and II, Jewelry Design I and II, Beg. and Adv. Stone Setting, Adv. Wax and Moldmaking
– Summer 2003 / Jewelry Internship
– Spring 2003 / Jewelry Shop I and II, Jewelry Design I, Beg. Stone Setting, Adv. Wax and Moldmaking, Gemology
– Fall 2002 / Jewelry Shop I and II, Jewelry Design I, Beg. and Adv. Stone Setting, Adv. Wax and Moldmaking
– Summer 2002 / Gemology
– Spring 2002 / Jewelry Shop I and II, Jewelry Design I, Beg. and Adv. Stone Setting, 3D Design
– Fall 2001 / Jewelry Shop 1, Jewelry Design I and II, Adv. Wax and Moldmaking, Beg. Stone Setting
– Spring 2001 / Painting I and II, Watercolor I, Drawing I, Art Appreciation
– Fall 2000 / Painting I and II, 2D and 3D Design, Art Appreciation and Art Appreciation ACE

Teaching Assistant, UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, Seattle, WA 1996
Taught basic skills in drawing and 3-D design, formulated assignments, made grading decisions, initiated group critiques and met individually for detailed input.
1* Winter 1996 / 3D Fundamentals, Sections 124B, 124C
2* Spring 1996 / Drawing II, Sections 122B, 122C

RESIDENCIES

Studio Nomada. Barcelona, Spain. April-May 2018.
Airgentum. Seville, Spain. March-April 2018.
Obras Holland. Renkum, Netherlands. Oct 2017.
Shiro Oni. Onishi, Japan. Aug-September 2017.
Portales Artist In Residence. Portales, NM. May 2010.
Vermont Studio Center. Johnson, VT. December 2009.
Hilmsen 1 Residency. Hilmsen, Germany. Summer 2009.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2018

Nothing to See Here. Estudio Nomada, Barcelona, Spain. May 24 – 30.
Privacy Where? Calle Santa Angela, Seville, Spain. April 5.

2015

Privacy World: A Fun and Secure Experience!*. 5&J Gallery, Lubbock, TX. Jan. 2 – 16.

2014

Privacy World: A Fun and Secure Experience!*. The Arts Gallery, Collin College, Plano, TX. Oct. 16 – Nov 6.

2010

Preference, Cognition, and Feeling. Richland College. Lago Vista Gallery. Nov 17 – Dec 1.

2009

Coalesce. Gallery 219, Eastfield College, Mesquite, TX. Oct. 22 – Nov. 13
Transformations. Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, TX. April 3-24.

2007

Fortunate: Recent Works by Sue Anne Rische. Art Depot, Lubbock, TX. October.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017

Kanna Art Festival. Jyuichiya, Onishi, Japan. September 16-22.

2015

Always Visible. Arbeit Gallery, London, UK. Jan 7-9

2014

Sphere. Curator: Jonathan Whitfill, STUDIO 2504, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV (August- September)

Utopia: Can It Stay Dream? Co-curators: Brian R. Jobe and Ryder Richards
Ground Floor Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee (July)

Lone Star State
. Curators: Nino Baumgartner and Karin Lehmann
Olm Space, Neuchatel, Switzerland, June 14, 2014

2013

Flow. Curator, Sue Anne Rische, The Arts Gallery, Collin College, Plano, TX

An Investigation of Extra-Terrestrial Issues for the Uninitiated. Curator, Ryder Richards. The Cube, Roswell, NM. May.

Translatory Motion. Curator: Dryden Wells, NCECA Conference, Houston, Texas

2012

Land Portrait. Curator: Brian Jobe, Downtown Gallery, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN

Land Portrait. Curator: Brian Jobe, UTSA Satellite Space, San Antonio, Texas

Response with Noah Simblist and Ben Lewis. Curator: Ryder Richards, Coordinator: Ian F. Thomas, Martha Gault Gallery, Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA.

Translatory Motion. Curator: Dryden Wells, Pottery Workshop Gallery C2 Gallery, Jingdezhen and Two Cities Gallery, Shanghai, China

2011

Response II with Noah Simblist. Curator: Ryder Richards, Coordinator: Piotr Chizinski, Olive Tjaden Gallery, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY

Co+Modify. Curator: Shreepad Joglekar, Nave Museum, Victoria, Texas (2011-2012)

Response II with Noah Simblist. Curator: Ryder Richards, Box 13 Artspace, Houston, Texas

Response I with Ben Lewis. Curator: Ryder Richards, Brazos Gallery, Richland College, Dallas, Texas

2010

The End of Commerce. Ro2 Art Gallery, Dallas, TX.
October 14 – 28.

Exhibition 1: The Faculty. Collin College Visual Arts Gallery. Plano, TX. August 27 – September 21.

No Rhyme or Reason. Ro2 Art Gallery, Dallas, TX.
August 21 – October 2.

2010 Inaugural Artist in Residence Program. Runnels Gallery, ENMU-Portales, NM. May 27 – July 27.

Persistent Breach. Shirley Pogue Gallery, East Central University, Ada, OK. March.

Art In the District. Presented by RO2 Art at the Fairmont, Dallas, TX. February.

2009

No.3: What you do After No.2. RJP at the Waypoint Gallery, Marfa, TX.

Word Works. Abecedarian Gallery, Denver, CO. March 6 – April 18.

Compact. Ryder Jon Piotrs Gallery, Plano, TX Feb. 12.

Moment’s Notice. Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, TX. Jan. 29 – Feb 3.

2008

Innovation by Limitation. Nau Haus Gallery, Houston, TX. Dec. 6 – Jan. 4.

No. 2: At Your Doorstep. Ryder Jon Piotrs Gallery, Marfa, TX. Oct. 10-12.

Annual Faculty Art Exhibition. Landmark Arts Gallery, Lubbock, TX. Sept. 5 –Oct. 5.

U-Turn. Ryder Jon Piotrs Gallery, San Antonio, TX. July 18-19.

The New Wave. Ryder Jon Piotrs Gallery, Lubbock, TX. April 30 – May 2.

Door to Door. Ryder Jon Piotrs Gallery, San Angelo, TX. April 18-19.

Transparent/Opaque. Abecedarian Gallery, Denver, CO. April 4-26.

2007

Drive In Theatre. Ryder Jon Piotrs Gallery, Houston TX. Nov. 9-10.

Maiden Voyage. Ryder Jon Piotrs Gallery, Marfa TX. Oct. 5-7.

Annual Faculty Art Exhibition. Landmark Arts Gallery, Lubbock, TX. Sept. 7-24.

2006

Annual Faculty Art Exhibition. Landmark Arts Gallery, Lubbock, TX. September.

Relative Fusion. Gallery E1, Lubbock, TX. Spring.

Femoirs. Art Depot, Lubbock, TX. May.

2005

Day of the Dead. Art Depot, Lubbock, TX. November.

2002

Steel City. Sangre De Cristo Arts Center, Pueblo, CO. June – August.

2000

Better Than Nude. Business of Art Center, Colorado Springs, CO. December 1 / 30.

2000

Pikes Peak Community College Faculty Art Show. Downtown Studio Campus Gallery, Colorado Springs, CO. September 8 / October 13.

1999

Carapace. Project 416, Seattle, WA. May 6 / 31.

1998

Encasements, Out of Body Experiences, and Affordable Comforts. UMC Art Gallery, Boulder, CO. April 6 / May 15.

Kink: A Woman’s Perspective. Leather Archives and Museum, Chicago, IL. August 9 / September 30.

SOIL. SOIL Art Gallery, Seattle, WA. July 2 / August 14.

1997

New Works by New Members. SOIL Art Gallery, Seattle, WA
November 6 / 30.

Ephemeral Trappings. Metropolis Contemporary Art Gallery, Seattle, WA. July 3 / 25.

4th Annual Erotic Art Show. Metropolis Contemporary Art Gallery, Seattle, WA. June 5 / 27. Invitational.

Killing Shame. Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. May 24 / June 15.

1996

Works in Progress. Jacob Lawrence Gallery, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. January 10/30.

1994

National Student Sterling Design Competition. (“Cafe au Lait” / Honorable Mention) June 20 / December 30. Traveling Show.

White House Christmas Ornament. White House, Washington, DC. (Three French Hens) Permanent Collection, December.

MFA Exhibition. FOVA Art Club, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. September 16 / 26. Hall Gallery.

Contemporaries: VII Annual Student Competition. FOVA and Masterpiece Art Club, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. April 18 / May 4. Invitational.

Society of North American Goldsmiths Juried Student Exhibition. Contemporary Crafts Association, Portland, OR. March 20 / April 23. National juried student exhibition. Slides part of SNAG archives.

Sixth Annual Metals Exhibition. FOVA Hall Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. February 25 / March 11.

From The Fire: Recent Glass Works. FOVA Hall Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. February 11 / 17.

1992

Fourth Annual Metals Exhibition. FOVA Main Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Spring Semester.

Texas Tech University Juried Student Art Exhibition. FOVA Main Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX. Fall Semester.

PRESS/REVIEWS/PUBLICATIONS

2015

Press: “A First in Art” by Glenys Young, Lubbock Avalanche Journal
Press: “Wonderfully Bizarre” by Kirk Dickey, McKinney Image
Press: “Sue Anne Rische” by Colette Copeland, Eutopia
Press: “Read the Fine Print” by Colette Copeland, Arts and Culture Texas

2010

Press: “Artists Moving In” by Argen Duncan, Portales News Tribune

2006

Press: “Fortunate Artist” by William Kerns, Lubbock Avalanche Journal

AWARDS AND HONORS
March Scholarship, 1996, $500
Gonzales Scholarship, 1995, $1000
Teaching Assistantship, University of Washington, 1995, $18,000
Acceptance into Contemporaries Competition, 1994
Honorable Mention, Student Sterling Competition, 1994, $260

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Member, Culture Laboratory Collective 2010-present
Member, chiCrits, 2005-2009
Member, Lubbock Arts Alliance, 2007-2008
Member, Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, 2007-2009
Club Sponsor, Jewelers Edge, 2003
Member, Society of North American Goldsmiths, 2002-2004
Member, Colorado Metalsmithing Association, 2002-2004
Member, SOIL Artist’s Cooperative, 1997-1998

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Sabbatical Leave. Granted leave to pursue practice and research in traditional drawing methods in Japan and Europe. 2017-2018
Maker Faire, NYC 2013, 2014, 2016
Maker Faire, Seattle, WA 2013
Maker Faire Tyler, TX 2013
Texas Association of Schools of Art Conference, 2010

COLLEGE SERVICE

Artstravaganza. Organized yearly student art show. 2011-present
Textbook Selection Committee 2009-2011
Hiring Committee, 2015
COAT Committee, 2015-2017

COMMUNITY SERVICE
City of McKinney Mural Selection Committee 2014
Juror, Frisco Arts Fair 2013
Juror, McKinney Chalk Walk 2012
Recycled bead project for the Heard Natural Science Museum. 2010
Trolley Tour Guide, Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts: First Friday Art Trail, 2006-2007

OTHER
Art and Stuff, a Guide for the Uninitiated. Author. 300+ pages. Seeking publisher. 2014-present.

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