Thursday, November 21st @ 2:00pm
1000 w. broad street, rm 238
Tracy Krumm finished her BFA in 1987 at the California College of Arts and Crafts. Her first major exhibition was in 1988, in the Young Americans show at the American Craft Museum in NYC (now the Museum of Art and Design). Her work has been included in over 150 exhibitions, many of them international, including the Belgian Betonac Prize in 1996, which toured for two years and the Lodz Triennial in Poland in 2004. She has been honored with the selection of her work for the National Museum of Women in the Art’s third biennial, which opens in the fall of 2012. She received two grants from the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe for Big Fiber Human Tools in 2007 and 2008, where four site-specific installations were done with the help of public participants. Her work is included in hundreds of private collections and has been collected by such venues as Ford Motor Company, Bloomingdale’s, the Museum of Fine Art in Houston, the Denver Art Museum and the Museum of Fine Art in Santa Fe. Krumm currently maintains her studio practice in St. Paul, Minnesota.