Sculpture and Intermedia

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Jamie Weinfurter

Jamie Weinfurter earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point with an emphasis in 3D in 2018. She has participated in numerous group shows across the Midwest; had sculptures publicly exhibited in Colorado, Illinois, and Minnesota; and has created outdoor sculpture at Josephine Sculpture Park, Sculpture Trails Outdoor Museum, and Franconia Sculpture Park in 2019.

Kara Stallings

As a first-generation college graduate receiving her BFA in studio art with a concentration in sculpture and a minor in psychology from Middle Tennessee State University, Kara Stallings considers herself an interdisciplinary storyteller. Growing up in an abusive household in the rural insulating farmlands of Northern Tennessee tucked just outside of the Appalachian Mountains only swelled her need for creative escapes.

David Hurlin

David Hurlin received his BFA in photography and tabla (hand drums of the Hindustani classical music tradition) and his MA in studio art from Maharishi International University (MIU), including time abroad in India studying with tabla master Anup Ghosh. His photography took him around the United States photographing his favorite poets (James Tate, Charles Wright, Cole Swenson and others) which informed his own writing.  His first book of poems Zero Gravity Funk Libido was released in 2019 by Blue Light Press in San Francisco.

Gracie Baer

Gracie Baer is an artist from Jacksonville, Florida. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida, majoring in photography and minoring in creative writing, in 2018. She is currently a MA/MFA candidate at the University of Iowa, focusing on Sculpture and Intermedia. Gracie works with topics of permanence, ecological collaborations, and researching the likeness between animals and evolutionary adaptations to protect oneself. Growing up on a small farm led to Baer’s interest in the perception of human and animal relations.

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. 

Stevie Delgado

Stevie Haley Delgado is a sculpture artist based in Iowa City, Iowa. They received their BFA in Graphic Design and Ceramics/Sculpture from Washburn University in the Spring of 2019. She uses performative and interactive art in order to convey different narratives with her audience. Delgado has worked as the Sculpture Studio Assistant at Washburn University as well as the Printmaking Intern at the Lawrence Arts Center. They curated an exhibition for the Mulvane Art Museum in conjunction with the Irwin Blitt Fellowship, where it showed from Fall of 2019 to Fall of 2020.

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.

Isabel Barbuzza

Isabel Barbuzza received a B.F.A. and M.F.A. in sculpture, printmaking, and book arts from the University of California-Santa Barbara. She taught sculpture, printmaking, and book arts while at UCSB. Barbuzza received an Old Gold Fellowship in 1997. She has had exhibitions in Santa Barbara, Calif.; St. Petersburg, Russia; New York, N.Y.; Buenos Aires, Argentina; and Ontario, Canada, to name a few.