Resume

Education:

2003-2008     Bachelor of Fine Art in Studio Art, Emphasis in Photography, Digital Media, and

Sculpture, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, Washington; 2008; Cum Laude

Solo Exhibitions:

2007     Keep the Promise, Chase Gallery, Spokane, WA. (December).

2007     The Positive Portraits, Pence Union Building Art Gallery, Eastern Washington University,

Cheney, WA.

2006     Spokane AIDS Network World AIDS Day, Washington State University Riverpoint Campus Library

Mezzanine, Spokane, WA. (December).

Group Exhibitions:

2009-10 Upcoming     Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, Traveling Exhibition:

         Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, Montana, Mar 25–June 27, 2010
         Montana Museum of Arts and Culture, Missoula, Montana,Jan 7–March 7, 2010
         The Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, shared with the
         Helen E. Copeland Gallery, MSU Bozeman, Montana, Oct 15–Dec 15, 2009
         Mondak Heritage Center, Sidney, Montana, Aug 21–Sept 26, 2009
         Paris Gibson Square Art Museum, Great Falls, Montana, May 22–Aug 1, 2009
         Custer County Art and Heritage Center , Miles City, Montana, Mar 15–May 1, 2009
         Carbon County Arts Guild and Depot Gallery, Livingston, Montana, Jan 2–Feb 10, 2009
         University of Montana-Western, Dillon, Montana, Nov 3–Dec 5, 2008
         Copper Village Museum and Art Center, Anaconda, Montana, Sept 1–Oct 12, 2008

2008     Nine Tongues and No Title, Eastern Washington University Gallery of Art, Cheney, WA.

2008     RAW Space, Aunties Book Store, Spokane, WA.

2008     Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT.

2007     Grandma Will Like This, Perry Street Alternative Gallery, Spokane, WA

2007     Einstein’s Elevator, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA.

2007     Faculty Exhibit, Spokane Art School, Spokane, WA.

2005     Faculty Exhibit, Spokane Art School, Spokane, WA.

2005     Spokane Pride and Rainbow Festival, River Front Park, Spokane, WA.

Professional:

2005-2008     Photo Instructor, Spokane Art School, Spokane, WA.

2004-2006     Auxiliary Camera Operator, 12 Basket Productions, Deer Park, WA.

 

Workshops:

2007     Trace Monotype and Hand Rubbing, Spokane Art School, Spokane, WA.

 

Lectures and Art Talks:

2008     The History of Photography and Other Stuff, The Spokane Art School, Spokane, WA.

2007     Keep the Promise for Spokane AIDS Network on World AIDS Day, Spokane, WA.

2006     Art as Activism for Spokane AIDS Network on World AIDS Day, Spokane, WA.

2005     Camera Obscura, Spokane is Reading, Spokane, WA.

 

Organizations:

2007-2008     Studio 102: Art Club at Eastern Washington University, President

2006-2007     Studio 102: Art Club at Eastern Washington University, Vice President

 

Reviews:

               Carrel, Cat and Mike Schultz. “Photography Exhibit, Speakers, To Honor 18th Annual

World AIDS Day.” Stonewall News Northwest. November, 2006, P. 1.

               “Featured Profile.” Spokane Art School Summer 2007 Session, June, 2007, p. 14

               Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate. January, 2008.

               Wagner, Jill. “Putting a Face on HIV and AIDS.”  The Spokesman Review. 7 Section.

November 24, 2006.

 

Art Online:

               www.marcmorris.net. Online Art Portfolio of Marc Morris