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David Herbold

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2011                                              MFA, Visual Arts, University of Idaho

2000                                              BFA, Studio Arts, Montana State University


Professional Experience


2011-Present                      Co-director, Look Around, Palouse, WA.

2011-Present                      Adjunct Faculty Ceramics, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

2008-2011                         Graduate Teaching Assistantship, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID

2000-2005                         Manager Kids’n’Clay, youth art program, Berkeley, CA 

2000-2002                         Sculpture Technician, Academy of Art, San Francisco, CA


Exhibition Record


Solo Exhibitions


2010                     “Baptized by Flood”, Reflections Gallery, Moscow, ID

2006                     “Searching Past Futures”, Portland City Hall, Portland, OR    

2005                      “Passage”,  Epitome, Portland, OR    

2004                      “Time Displacements”, Ecotrust Wild Salmon Center, Portland, OR


Select Group Exhibitions

2011                       “MFA Thesis : David Herbold is Optaskeptimist”,  Prichard Gallery, Moscow, ID

2011                      “Extreme Plein-Air”, LCSC center for Arts and History, Lewiston, ID

2010                      “Modern Art at the Modern Hotel 2010”, Modern Hotel, Boise, ID

2010                       “Who Could Stay Mad at a Unicorn” Reflections Gallery, Moscow,  ID

2010                       “GASS: Graduate Art Show”, Ridenbaugh Gallery, Moscow, ID   

2009                       “David Herbold and Val Carter: Mercy”, LCSC center for Arts and History, Lewiston, ID

2006                       “Global re-mix”, Holoscene, Portland OR

2004                       “DAE”, Togonon Gallery, San Francisco, CA    Curator: Julina Togonon

2004                       “New Visions”, Pro Arts, Oakland, CA    

2003                      “Turn of the Century Fine Arts group showing”, Turn Of the Century Fine Arts,                                                Berkeley, CA,  Curator: Lewis Meyer

2003                       “New Visions”, Pro Arts, Oakland, CA

2000                       “Bronze Pencil”, Helen E. Copeland Memorial Gallery, Bozeman, MT


Public Art

2011                          Co-Founder of public art project; Trees Continued,

2010                         “Bonnie and Clyde Academy” ‘Artwalk’, Moscow, Id

2008                          “Can’t Get In and You Can’t Out”, ‘Rocket Bldg’ 111 E. Burnside St., Portland, OR


Selected Juried Exhibitions


2011                 “MAM 39th Benefit”, Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, MT

2010                  “MAM 38th Benefit”, Missola Art Museum, Missoula, MT

2009                   “Greener Solutions”, SUB Gallery (Boise State University), Boise, ID  

                                    Curator:Barbara Robinson, Idaho Commission on the Arts

2009                  “MAM 37th Benefit”, Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, MT


Awards and Honors


2011                  Awarded Mayors Arts Award Student Achievement, Moscow, ID

2010                  Nominated For Dedalus Foundation Scholarship

2009                  Nominated for Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture,                                                 International Sculpture Center

2009                 Nominated for Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture,                                 International Sculpture Center  

2000                 Bronze Pencil Award, Bozeman, MT


Articles and Reviews   


 “Inukshuk can Talk”, ”Montana Indigenous Clay”, Palouse Palouse Press, Zine ,1st ed.  Volume 1

“First Art Opening in L-C Center’s new digs”, Lewiston Tribune (July 31st 2009). p. 4E

 “Review: New visions at Pro Arts” ArtWeek Magazine, October 2004 volume 35 6.


Professional Services   


2009-2010        Moscow Arts Commissioner

2010                  Top Sculpt- Competition Organizer

2005-2007        After school instructor for “At risk Youth” SUN Program, Portland, OR 

2003-2005        Youth arts/sports, mentor, Oakland, CA