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Wade Folger MacDonald teaches courses in ceramics and art foundations. A Nashville native, he received the BA in art education from Western Michigan University and the MFA in studio art with a concentration in ceramics from Michigan State University. MacDonald has traveled extensively in Germany and the Czech Republic. He received the Stanley and Selma Hollander Graduate Fellowship in Studio Art, the Varg-Sullivan Award for Distinguished Research and the John and Susan Berding Family Foundation Endowment Juried MFA Prize. MacDonald has exhibited nationally and has completed artist residencies at Banff Centre and Anderson Ranch Art Center.
MacDonald’s website is here: http://www.wfmceramics.com/.
Recent Exhibitions and News:
Reflections on Synthetic Action, Dec 12, 2016 – Jan 17, 2017, Patton-Malott Gallery, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass Village, Colorado.
M.F.A., Michigan State University (2014)