Ron Geibel

Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel’s sculpture from his Untitled (decoy) series was selected for the 33rd annual Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition at the Patterson–Appleton Arts Center in Denton, TX. The exhibition was curated by Beth McLaughlin, chief curator of exhibitions and collections at Fuller Craft Museum, in Brockton, MA. McLaughlin selected 72 works from over 1,300 submissions from 16 countries. Recognized as one of the premier craft exhibitions in the country, the Materials: Hard and Soft  exhibition celebrates the evolving field of contemporary craft and is on view through May 9, 2020.

—February 2020

Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel currently has a two-person exhibition titled N with Dutch artist Jan ten Have at the Bogert Gallery in Knokke, Belgium. Geibel created the porcelain-tile installation featured in the show during a three-month artist residency at the European Ceramic Workcentre in The Netherlands during the summer of 2019. There, his research focused on place and how that affects the queer lived experience. He was one of 10 artists to receive a 2019 Lighton International Artists Exchange Grant to support hiscross-cultural research examining queer identity.  is on view October 26–November 24.

—October 2019

Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel currently has a two-person exhibition titled “N” with Dutch artist Jan ten Have at Bogert Gallery in Knokke, Belgium. His porcelain tile installation featured in the show was created during a three-month artist residency at the European Ceramic Workcentre in The Netherlands during the summer of 2019. There, his research focused on place and how that affects the queer lived experience. He was one of 10 artists to receive a 2019 Lighton International Artists Exchange Grant to support my cross-cultural research examining queer identity.  “N” is on view October 26–November 24.

—October 2019

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel is one of 15 artists selected to participate in the exhibition Inspired: Contemporary Responses to a Legacy of Courage at the Susquehanna Art Museum in Harrisburg, PA, May 10 through Aug. 18. The exhibition celebrates the 50th anniversary of the historic Stonewall uprising in New York City—a pivotal moment in LGBTQ+ history.  The Susquehanna Art Museum partnered with the LGBT Center of Central Pennsylvania and Dickinson College Archives and Special Collections to include artifacts from the History Project collection in the exhibition. The History Project documents the stories and history of LGBTQ+ life and activism in Central Pennsylvania. From there, the show travels to the Lancaster Museum of Art in Lancaster, PA, through Nov. 2019.

—May 2019

Visiting Assistant Professor of Art Ron Geibel had two sculptures selected for Clay Houston’s Biennial exhibition titled “Future Artifacts,” on view at Central Visual Arts Gallery at Houston Community College.  “Future Artifacts” features contemporary ceramic works by artists from Arizona, Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. The exhibition runs March 4–April 6.

—April 2019