Doroth Mayer

Resume

 

Resume

Solo or 2-person exhibitions

  • Exhibition (with Karen Searle) at Hudson Hospital & Clinic through the Phipps Center for the Arts (2017)

  • Exhibition (with Erika Terwilliger) Examining Our Earth for Earth Day at gallery three (2017)

  • Solo exhibition entitled Under the Influence at the Institute for Health and Healing at Abbott Northwestern Hospital (2008)

Group exhibitions

  • The member show at The Textile Center of Minnesota (2018)

  • The DegeneraTeShow at the Red Garage Studio (2017)

  • WARM members’ exhibition (2017)

  • The Korea Bojagi Forum in Suwon/Hwasung, South Korea (2016)_

  • The Textile Center of Minnesota's invitational exhibition, Natural Dye Invitational (2016)

  • The member show at The Textile Center of Minnesota (2016)

  • Juried into the Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts exhibition winning a 4th place in the Textiles competition (2015)

  • Flow Art Gallery’s annual Our Earth exhibition (2014)

  • Fiber Edge member’s show at The Textile Center of Minnesota (2013)

  • Flow Art Gallery exhibition (2013)

  • Juried into Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts exhibition (2006)

Images of fiber/mixed media included in four publications (2010 – 2012)

  • 1000 Artisan Textiles by Sandra Salamony and Gina M. Brown (2 images)

  • Patchwork— a Japanese textile publication (1 image)

  • Fabric Art Projects by Susan Stein (1 image)

  • The Complete Photo Guide to Art Printing by Susan Stein (6 images)

Teaching/mentoring experiences

  • Created the grant for and coordinated creative work with four racial/cultural groups (Ethiopian, Hmong, Latino, and Somali). Curated the culminating textile exhibition, Stories in Cloth, at The Textile Center of Minnesota (2006)

Entrepreneurial experiences

  • Owned a marketing communications firm, Creative Associations. Wrote, designed, photographed and/or art directed, and managed production of print materials, slide shows, videos, and training materials for for-profit corporations including Honeywell, Dayton’s, Ecolabs, and Target and nonprofits including Minneapolis Community College (1980 – 1990)
  • Created, designed, and edited The Smile Factory a weekly, full-page insert written and illustrated by children for children (with Joan Radosevich) that ran in the morning edition of the Minneapolis newspaper, the Star (1976 - 1978)

Art education and experiences

  • Self taught artist
  • Women’s Art Registry (WARM) mentorship with Karen Searle. 2-year program culminating with a group exhibition at the Soap Factory. Focused my work on translating my photo images into cyanotypes (1994 – 1995)