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Erin Beaver



Erin Beaver was born in Seymour, Wisconsin, otherwise known as the "Home of the Hamburger." Erin studied sculpture at Cranbrook Academy of Art and has worked at the Mike Weiss Gallery, Deitch Projects, P.S.1, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art. She taught sculpture at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, was the Creative Director and Producer for the Katie Brown Workshop on PBS, and also has her own line of snowsuits and accessories.


2004 MFA Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2000 BA Hope College, Holland, MI
2000 Aberdeen University, Scotland
1998 American Institute, Vienna, Austria

2010 Vermont Studio Center Residency
2009-2010 Artist in Residence for S.W.A.P. (Support Women Artist Program)
2009 Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency, James Slena Joan Mitchell Foundation

2015 En Masse II, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
2015 Fusionera, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
2013 Drawn Away, Thompson Giroux Gallery, Chatham, NY
2013 Erin Beaver Valentine: Sticks and Stones, Lawrence University, Hoffmaster Gallery, Appleton, WI
2012 Alumni Show, Hope College, Holland, MI
2011 Uninterested Europeans, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn, NY
2010 The Language of Space, Ligne Roset, New York, NY, curated by Ian Cofré
2010 “The Doubtful Guest”, Kill Devil Hill, Brooklyn, NY
2009 Team Painting: Stimulus Package, Curated by James Slena, Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna, FL
2007 Disciplined/Undisciplined, HAAC, Holland, MI
2006 Alumni Show, Hope College, MI
2005 Night of 1,000 Drawings, Artist Space, New York, NY
2004 Degree Show, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2003 Pinks, Forum Gallery, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Cranmar, Marfa, TX
2003 Drawing, Forum Gallery, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2002 Tip Your Waitress, Butch’s Drydock, Holland, MI
2002 Exploring Installations, Box Factory Gallery, St. Joseph, MI
2002 From Our Perspective, Oakland, MI
2002 Voodoo, Peter Mars Gallery, Chicago, IL

Cofré, Ian. “Constructed Forms”,, Feature Issue 37, 2010
Brad Kahlhamer: Girls and Skulls, 2006
Life & Style Weekly, Man vs. Nature, Feature Article 2005
Cultivating the Ideal. Cranbrook Academy, Bloomfield Hills, MI, 2004
Coppens, Julie York. “True Confessions.” South Bend Tribune.
Jellema, Reka. “Breaking Through.” The Holland Sentinel




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