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Priscilla RoggenkampAssociate Professor of Art Ashland UniversityArt
Priscilla is a working artist and an associate professor of art at Ashland University. Born in Bangor, Maine, Priscilla has lived in Maine, Ohio, Virginia and Arkansas, growing, working, making art and teaching.
She studied at Kent State University (MFA), Heidelberg College and Wright State.
She has taught at several colleges and universities and worked with school aged students.
She was awarded an OAC Individual Excellence Award FY21.
She has exhibited her work locally, nationally and internationally. She has curated several exhibitions including co-curating the recent Women of Resilience Exhibition at Ashland U, Massillon Museum and U of Mount Union.
She attributes growth in her work to opportunities to exhibit in Israel, a residency at Haystack Mountain School for Crafts, a traditional apprenticeship in weaving funded through an OAC grant and to the many artists, colleagues and students that share her journey
Priscilla’s work moves in two directions. Her textile sculptures explore relationships between the form of the body, the context of cloth and clothing, and larger issues such as the things we carry through life. The other direction is Priscilla’s work is two dimensional, abstract and land based. An avid hiker and nature lover, these experiences as well as the love formal interactions and the interest in expression through action drive her paintings and prints.