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STACY LATT SAVAGE: Biography

Associate Professor of Fine Arts (1998), BA 1990 Wells College; MFA 1996 Cornell University. Specializations: Sculpture and drawing.

Professor Savage exhibits her sculpture in a variety of venues including museums, university galleries, outdoor public settings and permanent commissions. Selected museums include the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park (Lincoln, MA); the Alternative Museum (New York, NY); the Fuller Museum (Brockton, MA); the Revolving Museum (Lowell, MA), the New Bedford Art Museum (NB, MA).  University gallery settings include Brandeis University, Bridgewater State University, Stonehill College, UMass Lowell and Bristol Community College. Recent international exhibitions have included a drawing exhibition in Beijing, China and a travelling sculpture exhibition through Southeast Asia with the University of Hawaii Art Gallery.

Professor Savage recently founded and curated the “River Project: Sculpture at the Slocum’s River Reserve” (Dartmouth, MA) featuring site-specific outdoor sculpture of national and regional artists.  She has also exhibited her large-scale public sculpture at the Skokie Sculpture Park (Skokie, IL), Forest Hills Cemetery (Boston, MA), Tarrant College (Fort Worth, TX), Chesterwood Museum (Stockbridge, MA), The Whaling Museum (New Bedford, MA).  Professor Savage has been awarded residencies at the Kohler Artist Residency, IL; Yew Tree Farm, England; Franconia Sculpture Park, MN; Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts, ME.  Selected permanent public commissions include a recent collaborative sculpture for the Dartmouth Community Park (Dartmouth, MA) and the Holocaust Memorial in (New Bedford, MA). Professor Savage has been featured on an arts segment of CBS Sunday Morning and reviewed in a variety of publications.

Stacy’s studio work is inspired by the human figure and the inherent complexity of human emotion.   

 

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