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Susan kae Grant
Professor of Art
Department of Visual Arts
Program Areas: Photography / Intermedia
Contact: sgrant1@twu.edu

Professional Preparation
M.F.A - Photography & Book Arts, University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.S. - Art & Art Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Profile

Susan Kae Grant teaches photography and bookmaking courses and has been a member of the faculty since 1981. Grant has lectured at museums and galleries internationally and has exhibited her work in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Africa and Japan. She is represented in numerous collections, including The George Eastman House, The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, The J. Paul Getty Museum, The New York Public Library, and The Victorian and Albert Museum National Library. She also teaches at The International Center of Photography in New York City.

Artwork
Susan kae Grant Website

Gallery Representation

Conduit Gallery
Verve Gallery of Photography, Santa Fe
Galerie BMG Contemporary Photography, Woodstock, New York

Events and Accomplishments:

TWU Photography faculty Susan kae Grant has 26 pieces from the "Night Journey" installation in the exhibition "Shadows of the Invisible" she also taught a lecture and gave an artists' talk at Oakland University prior to the opening reception.  The show runs from October 11 through November 23 in Oakland, Michigan.



TWU Photography Faculty, Susan kae Grant's Shadow Portraits are included on TIME LightBox in the essay, "How the Past Shapes Modern Photography", curated by Deborah Willis, PhD, NYU, NYC. October 2, 2014.  Click here to read the article.

Photography professor Susan kae Grant is included in an exhibition at Conduit Gallery in Dallas, Texas, June 28 to July 26. The exhibition "Longitude/Latitude - Part 1" is an anniversary show for the gallery showcasing past and current works from the artists represented by Conduit. Congratulations Susan!

TWU Photography Faculty Susan kae Grant is included in an exhibition "Women in Art & Academia" in the Martin Museum of Art at Baylor University.  The show will be up from May 4 - July 13 and includes 13 Female Texas Artists from universities all over the state.

Photography faculty Susan kae Grant will be Honored Educator at the 51st SPE National Conference
TWU Photography Faculty Susan kae Grant's work is included in the 2013 SPE South Central Members Exhibition. The exhibition is at the Galveston College Art Gallery from September 24 to October 24.

Susan kae Grant is co-juror for the exhibition "Tangibles: Beauty and Purpose in the Art of the Book", which will be on view September through November, 2013 at the Northern Arizona University Art Museum in Flagstaff, Arizona. For more information click here.

TWU Photography Faculty Susan kae Grant is on exhibition at the Lishui Photography Festival in Zhejiang Province, China. Fifteen of her images from "Theatrical Realms of the Whimsical and Tragic" have been selected for the exhibition "Unconventional Photography" which includes works by 10 photographers from the USA. The show was curated by Yan Li of High Noon Culture Corp. and Blue Mitchell of Diffusion Magazine and will be on display from November 4-10.

Susan kae Grant is included in CentralTrak Gallery's "Sadie Hawkins" group exhibition.
The exhibition at CentralTrak is a group show curated by Leigh A. Arnold consisting of women artists whose work focuses on challenging traditional gender expectations. The opening reception is October 25.

Susan kae Grant's work is included in the 2013 SPE South Central Members Exhibition. The exhibition is at the Galveston College Art Gallery from September 24 to October 24.

Susan kae Grant featured in video interview for the Dallas Museum of Art on her experiences as an artist in Dallas as part of the DallasSITES exhibition currently on display.
Susan kae Grant is presenting a guest lecture at Northern Arizona State University on September 18.  She is speaking about her work in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition, "Tangibles: Beauty and Purpose in the Art of the Book" which she co-juried with David R. Williams for the NAU Art Museum. [website]

The National Board of the Society for Photographic Education (SPE) has selected TWU's Professor Susan kae Grant to be SPE's 2014 Honored Educator. Professor Grant will be recognized as the society's Honored Educator at the 51st SPE National Conference, Collaborative Exchanges: Photography in Dialogue, to be held March 6-9, 2014 in Baltimore, MD.

The Dallas Museum of Art recently interviewed Susan kae Grant on her experiences as an artist in Dallas as part of the DallasSITES exhibition currently on display until September 15, 2013. Click here for the interview.

Susan kae Grant is co-juror for the exhibition "Tangibles: Beauty and Purpose in the Art of the Book", which will be on view September through November, 2013 at the Northern Arizona University Art Museum in Flagstaff, Arizona. For more information click here.

Susan kae Grant is featured on the cover of Adore Noir magazine "Issue 11" along with an 18 page featured article on her work. The issue is now available for download at www.adorenoir.com.

Susan kae Grant is on the cover and has several reproductions inside of this month's Diffusion: Unconventional Photography, Volume IV. For more information: http://shop.diffusionmag.com

An exhibition of works by Susan kae Grant titled, "Theatrical Worlds of the Whimsical and Tragic" opens at Conduit Gallery in Dallas, Texas on September 8th and runs through October 6, 2012. For more information and directions to the gallery: www.conduitgallery.com

Professor Susan kae Grant interviewed online as the Featured Educator at MAC-ON-CAMPUS.com.

Professor Susan kae Grant is included in three upcoming group shows. One in Florida and two in China!
- Contemporary Complexities / J. Johnson Gallery [website] / Jackson Beach, Florida / September 17 to November 5, 2011
- Symbiosis / Curator: Susan Dooley / 2011 Pingyao International Photography Festival, Pingyao, China / September 19-25, 2011
This exhibition includes the work of nine leading U.S. photographic educators and three of their students (from TWU are Ashley Whitt, Daniel Khoury and Elizabeth Claffey). [website]
- Pictures Are Words Not Known / Curator: Sean Justice / The LiShui Museum of Photography, LiShui, China [website] / October 30 to December 30, 2011

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