Terry Conrad received his BFA from Alfred University and his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Conrad is interested in the community and social aspects of printmaking. In 2014, he was awarded a SPAF/NYSCA grant to develop the Adirondack Forum, a collapsible venue made of old printing blocks and other found wood that functioned as a meeting place, performance space, and classroom. Two-person and solo exhibitions have been at the New Art Center (Newton, MA), Good Weather Gallery (North Little Rock, AR), and Vox Populi (Philadelphia, PA). Terry has also been in group exhibitions nationally and internationally. He has been awarded residencies at Frans Masereel Centrum (Belgium), Penland School of Craft (North Carolina) and the Vermont Studio Center. He previously taught at Skidmore College and assisted his partner, Rachel Ziegler-Sheridan, in founding the Round Lake School, which is a preschool/residency in Round Lake (NY) that follows the teaching philosophies of Reggio Emelia. Conrad is a 2017 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Drawing, Printmaking and Book Arts. In 2017, he took a position as an Assistant Professor in Printmaking at the University of Iowa.
Learn more about Conrad's fellowship by viewing his interview below.