EJ Hauser, Artist-in-Residence Lecture

EJ Hauser, the Fall 2013 A.I.R. will give a public talk discussing her current work and development as an artist. She has spent the Fall 2013 semester teaching and working in the studio at the UT School of Art.


Brooklyn-based painter, EJ Hauser, earned a Certificate of Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in 1991, and a BFA from the University of Pennsylvania in 1992. 

In 1992, EJ moved to Raleigh NC where she made paintings, went to the beach, and listened to a lot of (very loud) live music.

In 1996, EJ was included in both the North Carolina Museum of Art's Triennial Exhibition and a White Columns sponsored show in Greensboro curated by Bill Arning.

In 1998, EJ finished her MFA at UNC Chapel Hill and moved to Brooklyn, New York.

In 2006 EJ attended the Painting's Edge residency in Idyllwild, California.

Since 2010, EJ's work has been included in shows at Participant Inc., Ed Thorp Gallery, and James Fuentes all in NYC, as well as The Journal Gallery, Regina Rex, and Nurture Art, all in Brooklyn, and ACME in Los Angeles.

EJ's work has been featured in BOMB Magazine, The Brooklyn Rail, Art in America, the art21.org Blog, and on Loren Monk's The James Kalm Report.

EJ's drawings and paintings are currently on view in Come Together - curated by Phong Bui at The Brooklyn Rail's large survey show in Sunset Park, Brooklyn as well as in Hope Despite The Times, a group show at ZieherSmith in NY.

This October, EJ received the 2013 Rema Hort Mann Foundation Grant.

To see more of her work visit http://ejhauser.org/

Tuesday, 26 November, 2013


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