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BFA in Art, Ceramics

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Seo EoSeo Eo
Jenkins Fine Arts Center 101
School of Art and Design
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)328-6281; fax # (252)328-6441
eos@ecu.edu

CV (PDF)

Seo Eo teaches at East Carolina University School of Art and Design and exhibits site-specific installations in the U.S. and abroad. He holds an MFA in Studio Arts from Indiana University, Bloomington, and taught at the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis before moving to North Carolina in 1996.

A Korean native, Eo has lived in Japan and Bolivia, and at the age of 19, he relocated to the U.S. to pursue his education in art. His experiences in different cultures and languages have been the main thrust for Eo’s work. Emphasis is given to the relationship of materials and cultural conventions. His narratives are manifested intemporal site-specific displays where participants are invited to investigate the familiar in a new context otherwise absent within the secure habits of everyday exchanges.

From North Carolina Arts Council Artist Directory:
http://search.ncarts.org/record_details.php?id=11138&type=art

Personal Website
http://factoryteneleven.com

Seo Eo
Seo Eo
Seo Eo
Seo Eo
Seo Eo
Seo Eo

Jim TisnadoJim Tisnado
Jenkins Fine Arts Center 103A
School of Art and Design
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)328-1301; fax # (252)328-6441
tisnadoj@ecu.edu

CV (PDF)

Born in Northern California, Jim Tisnado migrated east and then south. He found a home in Greenville, North Carolina where he has taught at East Carolina University for since 2001. He is currently an Associate Professor in the ceramics area.

Tisnado has an MFA in ceramics from Ohio University, a BFA in ceramics from the University of Iowa, and a BA in Painting from California State University Chico. He has also taught at Morehead State University, Indiana University and the Herron School of Art.

Tisnado is a potter and ceramic artist that uses clay and other media to create small installations and sculptures. His work uses repetition and multiples to discuss objects in the world, the relationships between father and son, and the human perceptions within immigration.

Jim Tisnado
Jim Tisnado
Jim Tisnado
Jim Tisnado
Jim Tisnado
Jim Tisnado