Teri Frame: Channeling Raptors


Teri Frame: Channeling Raptors


Exhibit Dates



The Reynolds Gallery presents artist Teri Frame, who will perform during the March 23rd, Gallery Reception, Channeling Raptors a transmutational performance that examines, through creation of a mask representing endangered birds, the relationship between humans and four distinct birds of prey (Peregrine Falcon, Ridgway's Hawk, Cape Griffon Vulture and Harpy Eagle), all which have been included on the endangered species list within recent history. The evening of Thursday, March 24, Teri Frame will give a talk 7:30 - 8:30 pm, in Wendell Phillips Center, room 104.

This exhibit performance is generously supported by the office of Sustainability.

Artist Information

Teri Frame received her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and her MFA from The Pennsylvania State University. Although she was trained as a ceramist, performance, video, and digital imaging have come into her work, and she continues to move among these genres. Frame has exhibited, lectured, and taught internationally and throughout the United States. She has completed artist residencies at the MacDowell Colony, the Interlochen Arts Academy, PlatteForum, The Museum of Outdoor Arts, Emmanuel College, and the Australian National University. Her work has been featured in Ceramics Monthly, Ceramics: Art and Perception, Monthly Ceramic Art Korea, and the Journal of Australian Ceramics. She was recently awarded a LIAEP grant, which enabled her to live and work in Australia during the summer of 2015. Frame is currently Assistant Professor of Ceramics at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Teri Frame: Channeling Raptors