Professor of Ceramics
Brad Schwieger has participated in more than 300 exhibitions including:
The Seto Ceramics and Art Glass Center, Seto Japan, 2002; The 2nd Cheongju International Craft Competition, Korea, 2001; American Shino, Babcock Galleries, New York, New York, 2000 Different Stokes: International Wood Fired Ceramics Invitational, at The University of Iowa Museum of Art in Iowa City; Crafts National 33 at Zoller Gallery, Penn State University; A Solo Exhibition at George E. Ohr Cultural Art Center in Biloxi, Mississippi; National Ceramics Invitational at Denise Bibro Gallery in New York City; International Ceramics Symposium/Exhibition at Kunstlerhaus 188 in Halle, Germany, all in 1999.
He was an Artist in Residence at The Archie Bray Foundation for Ceramic Arts in Helena, Montana and the Watershed Center for Ceramics in Maine, both in 1998.
He is affiliated with several galleries including: Artifacts Gallery in Indianapolis, Signature Shop and Gallery, Atlanta Red Star Studios in Kansas City Fifth Element Gallery, Portland, Oregon
His work is in many public collections including: Taipei Cultural Center in Taiwan; The Agency of Czech Design in Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic; International Museum of Ceramics in Romhild, Germany; The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art at Utah State University.
He has conducted more than 50 workshops and lectured across the United States, Europe and Asia. His work has been published and reviewed in American Craft, Ceramics Monthly, and many other periodicals and books.
Brad Schwieger received his BFA from The University of Iowa and his MFA from Utah State University.