Sculpture and Intermedia

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Jamie Weinfurter

Jamie Weinfurter was born and raised in Stevens Point, WI. From a young age, Jamie developed a passion for crafting as self-expression, which developed into investigations of gender and identity in sculpture. Jamie earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with an emphasis in 3D in 2018.

Sculpture and Intermedia

The Sculpture and Intermedia Program at the University of Iowa prioritizes conversation that invites multiple perspectives into the process of self-discovery and supports each student’s pathway through the field of contemporary ideas and art practice. We value the conceptual, technical and aesthetical components of artistry with an emphasis on interdisciplinarity that necessitates a wide range of approaches to working with materials and media. 

Ryan Noble

M Ryan Noble is an interdisciplinary artist and art therapist. He is part of a growing cadre of artists committed to serving people—many of whom struggle with mental health, poverty, family crises, chronic pain, and substance use. Ryan’s projects fit within a performance art rubric and he often contorts the most ordinary of media—watercolors, charcoal, plaster, found photographs, markers, copy machines, thrift store goods, and raw building materials—to expose distortions in the way people think about history, mental health, and national identity.

Daniel Miller

Daniel Miller is an artist who creates generative works that investigate systems and ecologies in the contemporary landscape.  His artwork may employ the use of robotics, electronics, sound, video and light to investigate subject.  Miller’s work embraces the experiment and his art studio is also his laboratory to investigate: concept, materials and processes.  Miller was an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Art & Technology Department at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 1997-2014.