Title Professor/Chair of Jewelry + Metals
Courses Advanced Projects: Fashion-Jewelry-Accessories | BFA Research + Thesis | Digital Modeling + Making | Enameling: BFA Statement & Exhibition | Intro to Jewelry and Metals | Jewelry & Metals: Mechanisms | Jewelry + Metals Thesis | Jewelry + Metals: Advanced Projects | Jewelry + Metals: BFA Statement/Exhibition | Jewelry + Metals: Casting | Jewelry + Metals: Casting + Modeling | Jewelry + Metals: Forming + Fabrication | Jewelry + Metals: Mechanisms | Jewelry + Metals: Pewter | Jewelry + Metals: Production | Jewelry and Metals: Flatware
Matthew Hollern has received research and professional development grants from the Society of North American Goldsmiths, Lilly Foundation, John and Maxeen Flower Fund, CIA, Community Partnership for Arts and Culture - Creative Workforce Fellowship, and two Artist Fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council. His work is included in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Design Museum Helsinki - Finland, the Vatican Archive, the Ohio Crafts Museum, the Cleveland Art Association, and others.
Degree MFA, Jewelry and Metalsmithing, Tyler School of Art, Temple University;
BS, Art and French, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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