Francesca Lohmann
EDUCATION
2012-14     MFA in Studio Arts, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
2008          BFA in Printmaking, Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Providence, RI
2005          Brown University, Providence, RI
                  liberal art studies

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2019          Upcoming exhibition at Ditch Projects, Springfield, OR
2017          Sets, Veronica, Seattle, WA
2016          WHERE IT WAS IS HOW IT IS, Prairie Underground, Seattle, WA
2015          SPACE, TIME, AND TAFFY, Two Shelves, Seattle, WA
2014          LUMPS, ETC., Vignettes Gallery, Seattle, WA
2014          SUPER TERRESTRIAL, MFA Thesis Exhibition, Experimental Studio, Cornell University, NY
2014          A Whole Little Hill, collaborative exhibition with Marisa Manso, Experimental Studio, Cornell University, NY
2013          Moon Squish, Olive Tjaden Gallery, Cornell University, NY
2013          Untitled Objects, Milstein West Exhibition Hallway, Cornell University, NY
2013          Ripe When Soft, collaborative exhibition with Sophia Balagamwala, Experimental Studio, Cornell University, NY
2011          walls, collaborative work with Agata Michalowska across multiple sites, Seattle, WA
2009          Perforations, AS220, Providence, RI

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2018          The Weather was Fine, and the Sea and Sky were Both Blue and Soft
                  In collaboration with Mel Carter, and presented by Outer Space in Seattle, WA
2017          Material Performance: Part II, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle, WA
2017          Warm Welcome, pop-up at Artspace Mt. Baker, Seattle, WA
2016          The Participants, Littman Gallery, Portland, OR
2016          Plain Air, hosted and curated by Anne Couillard, Seattle, WA
2016          GIANT APPETITES, collaboration with Marisa Manso and Ana Mikolavich, Panama Hotel Building, Seattle, WA
2015          Good Neighbor, Hedreen Gallery, Seattle, WA
2015          Decoy, Worksound International, Portland, OR
2015          Oysters Naturel, Veronica, Seattle, WA
2015          Out of Sight, King Street Station, Seattle, WA
2015          Bellingham National, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA
2015          Fixing the Future: Technics and Time, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle, WA
2015          You Are Not Dead, APRIL/ Vignettes off-site exhibition, Seattle, WA
2013-15     NEPO 5k DON’T RUN, Seattle, WA
2014          Can’t Cant, Cornell MFA Group Show, Site 109, New York, NY
2013          Free School, Cornell MFA Group Show, Gary Snyder Project Space, New York, NY
2012          LxWxH: Outside the Box, LxWxH, Seattle, WA
2011          Lightness, Seattle City Arts Festival at the Fred Wildlife Preserve, Seattle, WA
2011          Hanga Ehon, International Juried Book Exhibition, Yamazaki Art Bookstore, Kyoto, Japan
2010          NEPO 4: Back to School, Back to Earth Special! NEPO House, Seattle, WA
2008          Ones to Watch, RISD Athena Awards, New York, NY
2008          Senior Invitational, Woods-Gerry Gallery, Providence RI

HONORS, AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES
2018          Centrum Emerging Artist Residency, Port Townsend, WA
2017          Finalist for Brink Award, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA
2016          Participant in Prequel PDX, Portland, OR
2014          John Hartell Graduate Award, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
2009          Artist in Residence at AS220, Providence, RI
2008          Senior Printmaking Award, Printmaking Department, RISD, Providence, RI
2007-08     George W. Hodge Ritchie Scholarship, RISD, Providence, RI
2005-08     Harry and Elizabeth Guny Scholarship, RISD, Providence, RI
2005-08     Ken Dresser Scholarship, Foundation Studies, RISD, Providence, RI

PUBLICATIONS
2018           Monday, A selection of my writing alongside images of Taffy VIII were included in Monday.
                   Monday is a limited-edition journal focused on critical art writing in the Pacific Northwest. Published twice a year by
                   the Jacob Lawrence Gallery at the University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, it is a platform to
                   support emerging and established critical voices and to help spur new ideas.

                  The text and images were also published in a web format by Gramma Press in Seattle.