Jen Pepper

  • Associate Professor of Art
  • Director, Cazenovia College Art Gallery
Courses: 
  • Drawing Explorations
  • Design Investigations in 2D + 3D
  • Beginning + Advanced Painting
  • Studio Research 1
  • Subject/Object
  • Studio Research 2
  • Site/Space
  • Senior Portfolio Seminar
  • Creative Process in the Visual Arts
  • Contemporary Developments in the Arts
  • Foundations Program
  • First Year Seminar students through advanced undergraduates.
Jen Pepper, Cazenovia College Professor of Art, Director, Art Gallery
Division(s): 
Art & Design
Contact: 
Contact Information Available
Office Location: 
Jephson Campus A
Telephone: 
315.655.7138
Email: 
jpepper@cazenovia.edu
Additional: 
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Pepper is a visual artist who has exhibited nationally and internationally (UK, Japan, Canada) in 24 solo and over 50 group exhibitions since 1990. She has participated in the following conferences: 2007 Women’s Studies Annual conference @ Middle Tennessee State University: Performing Gender. 2006 Anderson Gender Resource Center @ Idaho State University annual meetings: Art + Gender in Everyday Life. 2005 Women’s Studies conference meetings: Digital Flickerings + Femme Technology @ Marsit College, NY 2003 Postmodern Gender Aesthetics at the Western Social Science annual conference, Las Vegas. 2001 American Society for Aesthetics annual meetings in Minneapolis.
Education: 
  • MFA, University of Connecticut @ Storrs
Awards/Honors: 
  • Pepper has received research grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, New York State Council on the Arts, The Astraea Foundation, New York State Foundation for the Arts, and The Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts.
  • By invitation, she was an artist in residence at the following: Osage Arts Community, Belle, MO, Hickory Knob State Park, McCormick, SC, 2009, SOLAINA DE PILOÑO, Spain 2008, Skopje, Macedonia 2006, Foundation Valparaiso, Spain 2003, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts 2002, Anam Cara Artists Colony, Co. Cork, Ireland 2001, The Corporation of Yaddo 2000, Sculpture Space, Inc. 1997, Millay Colony for the Arts 1995, NY.
Publications: 
  • SPACE QUESTIONS: Art, Nature + Culture, catalogue director, Sumter, SC (2005)
  • SCULPTURE magazine, Nov/05 Vol. 24 No.9 (2005)
  • 14th Annual Women + Society Conference, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY authored + present paper: DIGITAL FLICKERINGS (2005)
  • Western Social Science Meetings, Las Vegas, NV, authored + presented paper: IDENTITY: 3 POSTMODERN CONSTRUCTIONS (2003)
  • Alfred Univ. authored + presented paper: DIPPING DIGITS: IMAGING AND IMAGINING IN 0’S + 1’S (2002)
  • The American Society for Aesthetics Annual Meetings, Minneapolis, MN, authored + presented paper: HOW FEMINIST AESTHETICS HAS AFFECTED THE ARTS (2001)
  • Authored the catalogue essay for C.W. Goolsby, Emory, VA (2001)
Exhibitions: 
  • Solo @ Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY & Kershaw Co. Fine Arts Center, Camden, SC 2010 (2012)
  • Solo @ The Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY (2012)
  • in conjunction with Stone Canoe Vol.4, Syracuse University Press, group exhibition @ XL Projects Gallery, Syracuse, NY (2012)
  • Group @ SCHWEINFURTH ART CENTER, Auburn, NY Schweinfurth Art Center, Auburn, NY & group exhibitions @ the following venues: Galerie Kurt im Hirsch, Berlin, GERMANY, GALÉRIA Z, Bratislava, SLOVAKI, Galería Ajolote Arte Contemporáneo, Guadalajara, MEXICO (2009)
  • Solo @ University of Massachusetts @ Dartmouth, New Bedford, MA (2008)
  • Solo @ Elmira College, NY, 2 person @ OCC, Syracuse, NY (2006)
  • Solo @ University South Carolina (2006)
Experience: 
  • Associate Professor of Studio Arts at Cazenovia College since Fall 2003
  • Director of Gallery since 2005
  • Previous teaching appointment at Alfred University 1999-2003
  • 1987-1989 - The University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Master of Fine Arts
  • 1985-1987 - The Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, Bachelor of Fine Arts
  • 1979-1982 - Munson Williams Proctor Art Institute, School of Art, Utica, NY
Memberships: 
  • College Art Association member since 1987
  • Phi Kappa Phi member since 1988
  • Omicron Delta Kappa member since 2002