JUDITH PRATT
www.judithmpratt.com
judithmpratt@me.com

EDUCATION
M.F.A., Painting, American University, Washington, D.C.
M.A., Modern and Contemporary Art History, Christie’s, New York.
Curatorial Assistant, Contemporary Drawings and Prints Department, The Morgan Library and
Museum, New York.

SELECT EXHIBITIONS
2018   Solo Exhibition, “Point of Origin”, organized by Director and Chief Curator Kristen Chiacchia, Second Street Gallery,
           Charlottesville, Va (forthcoming).
2017	Solo Exhibition, “Point of Origin,” Hillyer Art Space,” Washington, DC.
	“Strictly Painting 11,” McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, VA, a biennial exhibition juried by 
            Anne Reeve, Assistant Curator, Glenstone Museum.
	“Sculpture REMIX 2017: Craft/Technology/Art,” Glen Echo Park, MD, National Park Service. 
2016	Two-Person Exhibition, “Containment/Release,” Glen Echo Park, MD, National Park Service.
	“Alchemical Vessels,” Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, Washington, DC.
2015	“Beyond Layers,” Assemblage and Collage, curated by Allison Nance, Hillyer Art Space, 
	Washington, DC.
	“Brick Layers,” Jennie Shanker, Curator, The Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton, VA.
2014	“AXIS,” VCCA Fellows Exhibition and Artists Talk, curated by Phil Davis, Brentwood Art Exchange, DC. 	
2013	“LOULOUDI/ Flower to Flower,” juried by Renée Stout, Athenaeum Museum, Alexandria, VA.
	Featured Visual Artist, Raritan Quarterly Review (Winter and Spring Editions), Rutgers University.
	Featured Visual Artist, Raritan Quarterly Review (Summer and Fall Editions), Rutgers University.
2012	Solo sculpture and installation exhibition, Alexandria Commission for the Arts, City of Alexandria, VA.
	VCCA Fellows Open Studio Exhibition, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, October 2012.
2009	FotoWeek Exhibition, "Framing the Economic Downturn (FED),” curated by documentary photographer
	Jim Hubbard sponsored by Washington Project for the Arts, Gallery O at H Street, Washington, DC.
2006	Box Project, Christie’s Education, New York.
1985	The American Institute of Architects Headquarters, Washington, DC, Curator: Karen L. Vogel, 
	McCullum, Coiner & Givens.
1984	“Abstract Paintings and Sculpture,” Gallery K, Washington, DC, Curator: Marc Moyens.
	“12th Annual Exhibition Series for Outstanding Emerging Artists,” (Alternate), Galveston, TX, Jurors:
	Nancy Drysdale, McIntosh/Drysdale Gallery; Jim Edwards, Museum of South Texas; and James Weaver,
	Director, Tyler Museum of Art, Tyler, TX.
1983 	Brandeis Juried Exhibition, Washington, DC, Jurors: Harry Rand, Curator of 20th Century Painting and
	Sculpture, The National Museum of American Art; Elena Karina Canavier, Artist.
	Alexandria Sculpture Festival, Alexandria, Virginia, Jurors: David Tannous, Art Critic, Art in America, 
	Benjamin Forgey, Art and Architecture Critic, The Washington Post, Clair List, Curator, Corcoran Gallery of Art.
	“Comparisons, Connections and Separations,” Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, Virginia,
	Curator: Robert Cwiok, Director, Arlington Arts Center.
1982	20th University of Delaware Biennial Exhibition,” Wilmington, DE, Juror: Patterson Sims, Associate 	Curator,
	The Whitney Museum of Art.
	Brandeis Juried Exhibition, Washington, DC, Jurors: Howard Fox, Curator, Hirshhorn Museum; Lloyd Herman,
	Director, The Renwick Gallery; Jo Ann Lewis, Art Critic, The Washington Post; and Chris Middendorf, 
	Director, Middendorf-Lane Gallery.
1980 	“22nd Area Exhibition: Works on Paper,” Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, Juror: William S. Lieberman,
	Chair: Department of Twentieth Century Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art NY.
	“Freshwork,” The 2nd Street Gallery, Charlottesville, VA.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
2017	The Washington Sculptor, “WSG Hosts Panel Discussion, Editor/Artist Sharon Louden (Moderator),
	Judith Pratt, Salvatore Pironne, Zoë Charlton, Tim Doud, and Michael Scroggins, Spring 2017 No. 2, p. 5.
2016 	Dixon, Elsabé ,“Containment/Release,” Interview, The Washington Sculptor, pp. 8-9.
	Jenkins, Mark, “Alchemical Vessels, The Washington Post, April 30, 2016, p. E-5.
	Catalogue, “Alchemical Vessels,” Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, June 2016.
2015	Jenkins, Mark, “Beyond Layers and Deardourff,” The Washington Post, April 19, 2015, p. E-3.
2014 	Jenkins, Mark, “Louloudi,” The Washington Post, April 26, 2014, p. B-5.
2009	Nanos, Janelle, "Shooting Gallery," DC Magazine: Arts and Power Special, December 2009, p. 74.
	Goldberg Goff, Karen, "Recession Imagery Captured in Exhibit," The Washington Times, 
	November 11, 2009, p. C-21.
1985	“WPA 7th Annual Open Studio Tour ’85,” Catalogue, September 20, 1985.
1984 	Lewis, Jo Ann, “Abstract at Gallery K,” The Washington Post, July 5, 1984, p. B-7.
	Forgey, Benjamin, “Past of Color,” The Washington Post, August 5, 1894, p. B-3.
	Lewis, Jo Ann, “Dense Discs,” The Washington Post, October 21, 1984, p. C-2.
1983	McCombs, Phil, “Arts Beat,” The Washington Post, July 6, 1983, p. B-7.
	Nell, Marlyne, “Arlington Arts Exhibition Sparkles With Variety,” Northern Virginia Sun, June, 1982 p. 6.
1982	Carlson, Pam, “Exhibit Displays Unique and Varied Work of Area Artists,”
	The Review, University of Delaware, January 21, 1982, p. 7.
	Copa, Penelope, “Most Current Trends at UD Show,” Wilmington Evening Journal, Jan. 26, 1982 p. B4.
	Richard, Paul, “Paper Pleasures,” The Washington Post, September 18, 1982, pp. D-11 and D-12.
	Forgey, Benjamin, “On Paper, Maturing Freshness,” The Washington Post, November 17, 1982, pp. G1-G-\3.
	Lewis, Jo Ann, “Astonishingly Talented,” Art News, December 10, 1982, p. 171.
	Richard, Paul, “‘36 Hours’: Opening The Doors for Artists,” The Washington Post, November 21, 1982, 
	p. D-10.
	Edwards, Anne, “Arlington Shows Small, Well Executed.” Artist’s Eye, 1982.
	Weintraub, Boris, “On the Streets: Artists In Search of a Studio,” The Washington Post, 1982. pp. C-1 and C-2.
	“Dyer Brothers Artists: A Current View,” Community Arts Council of Arlington Newsletter, July 25 - Sept.1, 1982.
	Thomas, Sarah, “Artists Hold Show Honoring Lost Loft,” The Washington Post, p. C-12, July 31, 1982.

FELLOWSHIPS AND RESIDENCIES
2014	Fellowship and Residency, Moulin à Nef, Auvillar, France, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.
2013	Residency, University of Virginia Mountain Lake Biological Station, Pembroke, Virginia.
2012	Fellowship and Residency, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, Virginia.

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES:
2018	Member of curatorial team for Beyond Walls, an exhibition of artists from Korea, Vietnam, Germany,
	Mexico, and the U.S. exploring social-political boundaries and restrictions (forthcoming).
2017	Roundtable discussion panel member with moderator Sharon Louden, editor of Living and Sustaining a
	Creative Life: the Artist as Culture Producer, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC.
	Thesis on American Modernist artist Florine Stettheimer included as source for Stettheimer 	retrospective
	at the Jewish Museum May-September 2017.
2016	Washington Sculptors Group Annual Image Show, Co-Director, Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic
	Studies, Washington, DC.
	“Monuments in Flux,” Panel Discussion Program Director, Harvard University's Center
	for Hellenic Studies, Washington, DC.	
	Panel member for Artist's Portfolio Review and Career Development Mentoring, College Art Association's
	Annual Conference, Washington, DC, 2016.
2015	Board Member, Washington Sculptors Group, Washington, D.C.
	Moderator, Panel Discussion for: “Brick Layers: A Discourse on the Provenance of Space in Relation to
	the Sculptural Object,” The Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton, VA.
	Panelist, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities for Artist Grant Awards, Washington, DC.
2014	Panelist, D.C.Commission on the Arts and Humanities for Artist Grant Awards, Washington, DC.
	Visiting Artist, Senior Painting Critique, The University of Virginia Department of Art, Charlottesville, VA.
2012 	Member, Artists Council, Washington Project for the Arts, Washington DC.
	The Studio Visit Art Critique Series, Arlington Arts Center, Robin Rose, Moderator, Arlington, VA.
	Panel member for Artist's Portfolio Review and Career Development Mentoring, College Art Association's
	100th Annual Conference, Los Angeles, February 2012.
2011	Thesis, Florine Stettheimer's Orphée Des Quat'z' Arts c. 1912: A Personal Passage into Modernism,
	held in Department of Drawings, Museum of Modern Art, NY and the Avery Architectural and the
	Fine Arts Library, Columbia University, NY.
	Panel member for Artist's Portfolio Review, College Art Association's 99th Annual Conference, NY.
	February 2011.
2010 	Portfolio review: Chiara Sartori, curator, International Studio & Curatorial Program, NY.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
College Art Association
Washington Project for the Arts
Washington Sculptors Group (Board of Directors)
Arlington Arts Center
McLean Project for the Arts

PRIVATE AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Abramson & Associates, Inc. Washington, DC.
Cerberonics Corporation, Washington, DC.
GTE Telenet Corporation, Washington, DC.
Lockheed Corporation, Washington, DC.
Rozansky and Kay Corporation, Washington, DC.
Michael Kahn, Shakespeare Theatre Artistic Director, New York and Washington, DC.

HONORS AND AWARDS
Visual Arts Fellowship Award, Moulin à Nef, Auvillar, France
Visual Arts Fellowship Award, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts
Purchase Award: Olga Hirshhorn for Abramson & Associates, Washington, DC.
Washington Project for the Arts NOMA Lobby Project Finalist.
Teaching Fellowship, American University, Washington, DC.
David Lloyd Kreeger Award Show, American University, Washington, DC.
Corcoran Gallery of Art: Exhibition of Washington Artists, Washington, DC.
Communications in the Arts Award, Abramson & Associates, Washington, DC.
Woodrow Wilson Scholarship Nominee.

TEACHING
Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD.
American University, Washington, DC.
Trinity College, Washington, DC.

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