David Schnuckel

Birth Date: May 28, 1979 www.davidschnuckel.com Education: 2010: MFA in Glass, Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY) 2003: BA in Fine Arts Studio Glass, Anderson University (Anderson, IN) Employment: 2012 – Present: Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY) *Visiting Assistant Professor of Glass 2011 – 2012: Independent Artist (Mount Vernon, WA) June – November 2011: Pilchuck Glass School (Stanwood, WA) * Program Assistant to the Artistic Director : Problem-solve in teaching, making, social, and learning situations : Facilitate communications between Artistic Director, all Staff, Instructors, AIRs, TAs, and AAs : Schedule shop orientations and final cleanup sessions for campus : Organize and execute one student auction per session : Install one staff exhibition in the campus gallery each session : Organize receptions for gallery openings and Instructor/AIR welcoming night each session : Coordinate evening presentations : Compose and conduct intros to evening presentations in Director’s absence : Determine and make daily announcements at lunch and dinner relevant to the interest and well-being of session participants : Present daily schedule of events on campus chalkboard each night : Schedule visiting artists to campus : Distribute, collect, and organize evaluations at the end of each session : Run campus solo each Saturday : Propose and research Instructors and AIRs for future programming : Maintain and update Instructor and AIR CVs, bios, and images for Pilchuck’s records : Research and compose 2012 Instructor and AIR biographies for 2012 catalog : Consult with and compose 2012 Instructor course descriptions for 2012 catalog Employment (continued): 2010-2011: Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY) *Visiting Assistant Professor of Glass : Instructor to Undergraduate Majors : Instructor to Undergraduate Non-Majors : Consultant to Graduate Majors : MFA Thesis Committee Member : Organize and conduct undergraduate critiques : Participate in Graduate critiques : Organize Graduate Assistance hours per quarter : Organize weekly Department Clean-Up : Co-Conduct weekly Graduate Meeting : Co-Conduct weekly Department Meeting : Compose and distribute letters of recommendation for student pursuits : BFA/MFA Curriculum Conversion to Semester Marking-Period System 2008- 2010: Alfred University (Alfred, NY) *Adjunct Professor : Introduction to Glass Blowing : Introduction to Glass Casting : Casting Coordinator : Senior Thesis Advisor : Foundational Sculptural Studies 2006-2008: Rochester Institute of Technology (Rochester, NY) * Instructor: Introduction to Glass Blowing : Found Glass Object Sculptural Studies * Studio Technician 2002-2006: Kokomo Opalescent Glass (Kokomo, IN) *Production Team Member in Hot Shop *Production Team Member in Cold Shop *Studio Technician Workshops taken: 2012: Matt Eskuche, Pilchuck Glass School (Stanwood, WA) 2010: James Mongrain, Pilchuck Glass School (Stanwood, WA) 2010: Michael Schunke, Penland School of Crafts (Pendland, NC) 2008: Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend, Pilchuck Glass School (Stanwood, WA) 2008: John Drury and Robbie Miller, Pilchuck Glass School (Stanwood, WA) Exhibitions: 2012: International Glass Festival 2012, Arosita Gallery (Sofia, Bulgaria) International Glass Prize Exhibition, GlazenHuis (Lommel, Belgium) 2011: After the Fact, Solo Exhibition, Robert Madsen Gallery (Seattle, WA) Exhibitions (continued): 2010: Faculty Exhibition, Bevier Gallery (Rochester, NY) Alumni Exhibition, Jessie C. Wilson Gallery (Anderson, IN) Transformation 6, Hunter Museum of American Art (Chattanooga, TN) Parenthetical Admission, Solo Exhibition, Robert Lehman Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) 2009: Transformation 6, Western Museum at Western University (Bellingham, WA) Drawing on Glass, Robert Lehman Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) UrbanGlass 2009 MFA Exhibition, Robert Lehman Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) 2008: Gallery Sklo’s 5th Anniversary Exhibition, Gallery Sklo (Seoul, South Korea) Transformation 6, Philadelphia Art Alliance (Philadelphia, PA) Ung og Lovende, S12 Galleri og Verksted (Bergen, Norway) G.A.S. International Student Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Craft (Portland, OR) Prudence and a Monkey Wrench, Solo Exhibition, Pin-Up Gallery (Rochester, NY) 2007: Splinter, Bang, Burn, Shatter, NTID Gallery (Rochester, NY) Transformation 6, Society for Contemporary Craft (Pittsburgh, PA) Young Glass, Glasmuseet Ebeltoft (Denmark) G.A.S. International Student Exhibition, David L. Lawrence Convention Center (Pittsburgh, PA) Hot Glass in the Blue Grass II, Lexington Art League (Lexington, KY) 2006: North American Biennial, Guilford Art Center (Guilford, CT) Tangent Rodeo, Irving Theatre (Indianapolis, IN) 2005: Form and Content, Word of Mouth Gallery (Chicago, IL) Art For Sale, Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Fort Wayne, IN) 11th Goblet Invitational, Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass (Dallas, TX) Hot Glass in the Blue Grass, Lexington Art League (Lexington, KY) IU Kokomo Art Gallery 60th Anniversary Exhibition, IU Kokomo Art Gallery (Kokomo, IN) 2004: Biennial, Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Fort Wayne, IN) Glass Vernacular, Mitchell Place Gallery (Muncie, IN) 2003: Regional Juried Exhibition, Indiana University of Kokomo Art Gallery (Kokomo, IN) The Alchemist’s Ball, Wilson Galleries (Anderson, IN) 2002: Third Annual Goblet Exhibition, Centro Studio Vetro (Murano-Venezia, Italy) Select Photo Publications: GLASS Quarterly Hot Sheet, “3 Questions”, December 2011 Glass Quarterly, Number 120, Fall 2010 Glass Quarterly, Number 119, Summer 2010 Kunsthandverk Norway, Issue 4, 2008 G.A.S. News, Vol. 18, Issue 6, November/December 2007 Neues Glas, Summer 2007 Lexington Herald-Leader, April 22, 2007 Niche Magazine, Spring Issue, 2007 Niche Magazine, Spring Issue, 2006 500 Glass Objects, Susan Kieffer, Lark books: Asheville, NC 2006 Niche Magazine, Spring Issue, 2003 Vetro, Anno V Numero 17, 2003 Workshop Teaching Experience: 2009: National College of Art and Design (Dublin, Ireland) Private Collections: David and Anne Ruderman, 2011 (California) Tavares Strachan, 2011 (New York, NY) Holger Smith Nielsen, 2009 (Denmark) President Bill Clinton, 2007 (New York, NY) Geoff Isles, 2007 (New York, NY) Public Collections: Museum of American Glass, 2010 (Millville, NJ) Glasmuseet Ebeltoft, 2007 (Denmark) Indianapolis Children’s Museum, 2006 (Indianapolis, IN) Lectures: 2011: 41st Annual Glass Art Society Conference (Seattle, WA) 2010: Anderson University (Anderson, IN) 2009: National College of Art and Design (Dublin, Ireland) 2008: Hongik University (Seoul, South Korea) Kookmin University (Seoul, South Korea) Osaka University of Art (Osaka, Japan) 2005: Anderson University (Anderson, IN) Awards: 2012: Pilchuck Full Scholarship International Glass Prize Nominee 2011: Louis Comfort Tiffany Biennial Award Nominee 2010: New York Foundation for the Arts SOS Recipient 2010: Pilchuck Glass School Cheryl and Steven Rosen Scholarship 2010: Penland School of Crafts Richard Ritter Scholarship 2008: GAS International Student Exhibition 1st Place Winner 2008: Pilchuck Corning Award Nominee 2007: Pilchuck Saxe Award Nominee 2007: GAS International Student Exhibition Honorable Mention 2007: Elizabeth R. Raphael Founder’s Prize Finalist 2007: Niche Award Winner: Narrative 2007: Niche Award Finalist: Goblet 2006: Niche Award Winner: Narrative 2004: Niche Award Finalist: Goblet 2003: Indiana University of Kokomo Art Gallery Merit Award 2003: Niche Student Award Winner: Functional Glass Professional Honors: 2009: Fellow of the Creative Glass Center of America (Millville, NJ) Professional Memberships: Glass Art Society (2002-Present) American Craft Council (2006-Present) Assistantships: 2012: TA for James Mongrain, Pilchuck Glass, School, Stanwood, WA TA for John de Wit, Pilchuck Glass, School, Stanwood, WA 2011: TA for Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA 2010: TA for Susan Stinsmuehlen-Amend, Pittsburgh Glass Center, Pittsburgh, PA 2009: Studio Assistant for Michael Rogers 2007: TA for Michael Rogers, Pilchuck Glass School, Stanwood, WA 2006 – 2008: Team member for Michael Rogers/Rick Hirsch Collaboration * Glass Blowing * Cold Work and Assemblage