The Tiffin University community cordially invites its own as well as members of the public to an evening of art and conversation at our on-campus Diane Kidd Gallery for the opening night reception of Charity White’s sculptural ceramics exhibition, “It’s so good to see you again.” The event is free, and will be from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on January 26. Beverages and light refreshments will be served. Our community is proud to showcase Charity’s work, and will continue to do so until February 11, in the event the upcoming reception presents any scheduling conflicts.
Charity White is a figurative ceramicist, artist educator and community activist. She was raised in Oak Park, IL. White received two degrees from The University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign: A Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Crafts (2008), and a Master of Education Degree in Art Education (2010). Her research is rooted in an interdisciplinary and social practice approach to art and art education. This has propelled her into a variety of academic realms including race relations, gender studies, religious studies and socioeconomics. Following the completion of her first graduate degree, she taught high school art in the south side of Chicago and its west suburbs. White received her Master of Fine Arts Degree in Ceramics from the University of Florida in 2016. She is currently exhibiting nationally and living in Columbus, Ohio where she is an Upper School Ceramics Teacher at the Columbus Academy.
For more information regarding the exhibition or upcoming ceremony, please contact Dr. Joseph Van Kerkhove, Tiffin University Assistant Professor of Art at email@example.com.