CURRICULUM VITAE

MARY ALICE GONZALES

Corrales, New Mexico
505.414.4460
missmaryceramics@gmail.com

EDUCATION
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico
2011 – 2014
Bachelors of Fine Arts, Studio Art, Emphasis: Ceramics

New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Socorro, New Mexico
2008 – 2011
Associates of General Studies

EXHIBITS
June 1 – June 29, 2018: Duke City Ceramics presents: Unidos
Group Exhibition, 5G Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico

July 1 – Aug. 25, 2017: Celebration of Clay: Light and Shadow
Group Exhibition, New Mexico Potters and Clay Artists Annual Exhibition, Galleria Arriba, Abiquiu, New Mexico

Apr. 7 – Apr. 28, 2017: Duke City Ceramics
Group Exhibition, 5G Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Nov. 19 – Nov. 25, 2016: Pain & Suppering
Group Exhibition, The Small Engine Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Sept. 8 – Sept. 18, 2016: New Mexico State Fair – Fine Arts Gallery
Juried, Group Exhibition: Awarded Honorable Mention

Feb. 12 – Mar. 12, 2016: Fun A Day, Every Day
Group Exhibition, Graft Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Nov. 24 – Dec. 2, 2014: Impulse
Group Exhibition, Lobby Gallery, University of New Mexico

Nov. 17 –23, 2014: Transformation
Group Exhibition, Atrium Gallery, University of New Mexico

May 23 – June 6, 2014: Fuzzies
Senior Solo Exhibition, John Sommers Gallery, University of New Mexico

Fall 2013: First Annual Juried Undergraduate Show
John Sommers Gallery, University of New Mexico

OTHER EVENTS
Nov. 2018: New Mexico Artisan Market, Albuquerque, New Mexico

Oct. 2018: Octofair, Albuquerque, New Mexico

June – Oct. 2018: Corrales Makers Market, Corrales New Mexico

COMMUNITY OUTREACH
March 2018
Contributing Artist, Chocolate Fantasy: DaVinci Creations, New Mexico Music of Natural History Foundation
Contributed a chocolate sculpture for the annual gala fundraising event for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.

May 2017
Guest Speaker, Art After School, School of Dreams Academy
Talked broadly with 6th-12th grade students on being an artist post-education. Discussed using social media and creating a website as marketing tools. Explained the benefits of becoming familiar with many mediums, getting involved with the art community and other artists, and the benefits of doing collaborative work.

Fall 2014
Printing Project 2014 Milk Carton Dry, Point Prints, School of Dreams Academy
Students in School of Dreams Academy (10th-12th grade) created matrices. Worked as one of the UNM Intaglio I & II students who assisted and printed with Academy students.

Fall 2014
Printing Project 2014 Milk Carton Dry, Point Prints, Okinawa Creators Village
Students from Misaki School (7th&10th grade) and Amicus International School (6th grade) in Okinawa, Japan created matrices. Worked as one of UNM Intaglio I&II students who printed matrices.

Spring 2013, Fall 2014
Empty Bowls
Worked as volunteer throwing vessels through students’ hands, glazing and participating in cleanup of project with the Corrales Montessori students, Corrales, New Mexico.

TEACHING
2016-2017, Coyote Clay Ceramics Class, Instructor
Hand building, throwing, and surface techniques.

DONATION PROJECTS
2017 – 51st Annual National Council on Education of the Ceramic Arts Conference, cup sale donation.
2016 – 50th Annual National Council on Education of the Ceramic Arts Conference, cup sale donation.
2015 – 49th Annual National Council on Education of the Ceramic Arts Conference, cup sale donation.
2014 – 48th Annual National Council on Education of the Ceramic Arts Conference, cup sale donation.

HONORS
Fall 2016   Honorable Mention, Fine Art Gallery, 2016 New Mexico State Fair
Spring 2014  Dean’s Travel Grant, College of Fine Arts, University of New Mexico

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
National Council on Education of the Ceramic Arts
New Mexico Potters & Clay Artists