April 6: Common Grounds

By March 30, 2023April 2023

6 – 7 pm

Free and open to the public. Registration ENCOURAGED.

Annie Campbell, Assistant Professor of Art, Auburn University

Annie B Campbell is a ceramic sculptor and Assistant Professor of Art in the Department of Art & Art History at Auburn University. She lives in Opelika, Alabama, USA with her 4yearold son and husband who is an artist and musician. At Auburn she teaches all levels of handbuilding and wheelthrown ceramics. She received her Bachelor of Fine Art from the Department of Crafts and Material Studies from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2004, with a focus in ceramics. She received her Master of Fine Art in Studio Ceramics from Indiana University, Bloomington in May 2010. She has completed artist’s residencies at Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts in Maine (2005), The Scottish Sculpture Workshop, UK (2011), Studio 550 in New Hampshire (2012), was a Distinguished Fellow at Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Sciences in Georgia (2015), and The Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop (2019). She maintains an active studio practice and continues to exhibit her sculpture and installations nationally and internationally.

In 2017 she learned that her infant son had a rare and dangerous neurological disorder. Her newest body of work, neuronal forms made from porcelain, stoneware, wire and LEDs, is inspired by this lifealtering experience with her son.


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