Jennifer Rogers

Jennifer Rogers

Cedar Rapids, IA, United States

About Jennifer Rogers

Jennifer Rogers is Associate Professor of Art at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa where she teaches Ceramics and Sculpture . She received a BA from Coe College in 2003 and a MFA from the University of Minnesota (Twin Cities) in 2007. Her multimedia installations and object based work are inspired by interior landscapes, domestic spaces, natural patterns and complex compositional arrangements. The work offers quiet, yet dramatic glimpses into the familiar. Her work has been exhibited in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, Philadelphia, South Dakota, and Canada.

Education

2007
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, M.F.A.

2003
Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA, B.A.

Exhibitions

2019
The Other Art Fair
Presented by Saatchi Art
Mana Contemporary, Chicago, Illinois

2019-2020
Duck, Duck, Gray Duck, regional showcase of midwest ceramicists, Organized by Northern Clay Center
Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport, Minneapolis, MN

2019
Earthy Paradise, two-person show with Ursula Hargens, Curated by Andrea Kann, co-current exhibition for NCECA-Claytopia
Joe Christenson Studio, Minneapolis, MN

Iowa Educators Exhibition, group show, Curated by JoAnn Schnabel, co-current exhibition for NCECA-Claytopia
Squirrel Haus Arts, Minneapolis, MN

2017
Saccharine, Solo Exhibition
Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA

Saccharine, Visiting Artist & Solo Exhibition
Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD

2016
Superusted, curated by Cheryl Wilgren-Clyne
Urban Institute for Contemporary Art, Grand Rapids, MI

2015
HomeWork, Juried, Solo Exhibition
Emily Galusha Gallery, Northern Clay Center, Minneapolis, MN

Superusted, Minnesota Biennial, curated by Cheryl Wilgren-Clyne
Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN

Biennial Exhibition, Juried
Dubuque Museum of Art, Dubuque, Iowa

2014
Momento, Juried Online Exhibition, Reclaimed: Installation, Performance and Site-Specific Work, One Wall Gallery, Art Access (catalog)
The jurors chose 13 works from a pool of 112 submissions. The exhibition is available for viewing online: www.one-wall-gallery.com