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theresa clowes

Theresa Clowes, MFA

Theresa is currently located in Denver and has lived here for the past 30 years. She holds a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Theresa’s creative work has explored environmental relationships for over 25+ years. Her abstract landscapes and public installations transform essential data about global warming and our ecological impact into extensive visual articulations.

Theresa believes that being an artist does not stray far from being a teacher; they both come from the heart and soul. She loves teaching the courses that bookend our program (Introduction to Art Education, Methods of Art Education) and watching RMCAD students grow to be the next generation of K-12 Art educators. She loves nature, and being outdoors greatly influences my life and creative work.

Recent Exhibitions, Significant Work, or Publications:

Water is Life/Dairy Arts Center/Boulder, CO/2022, Like Like/Philip J. Steele Gallery/Denver, CO/2022, Environmental Reflections/Walker Fine Art/Denver, CO/2022, Public Art Commission/10’ x 10’ Sphere Installation/1900 16th Street/Denver, CO/2021, Common Ground/Walker Fine Art/Denver, CO/2020, Narrative Landscape/Public Installation/Civic Center Park/Denver, CO/2019, Azure Sky/Public Installation/Silverthorne Performing Arts Center/Silverthorne, CO/2018.

Course Credentialing
AE 2000 – Art Education Sophomore Portfolio Review, AE 2215 – Introduction to Art Education, AE 2220 – Philosophy of Art + Education, AE 2230 Psychology of Creativity, AE 2240 – Instructional Technology, AE 3000 – Art Education Junior Portfolio Review, AE 3221 – Equity in Learning, AE 3241 – Critical Issues in Art Education, AE 3263 – Methods of Art Education, K-12 Part I, AE 3264 – Methods of Art Education K-12 Part II, AE 4246 – Learning Environment, AE 4256 – Student Teaching I, AE 4266 – Student Teaching II, AE 4933 – Student Teaching Seminar Part I, AE 4934 – Student Teaching Seminar Part II, AE 2241 – Design for Learning, FD 1600 – Studio Seminar: Methods of Inquiry, FD 2130A – 3D Design: Space + Materiality, FD 2510 – Special Topics, AE 1170 – Sculpture for Educators

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