Amze Emmons is a Philadelphia-based, multi-disciplinary artist with a background in drawing and printmaking. His research interests include walking and noticing; the politics of architecture; vernacular design; everyday evidence of community; games, play, and generative systems; and tracking the ways Print and Material Cultural history inform our current digital age..
Emmons received a BFA from Ohio Wesleyan University and an MFA from the University of Iowa. He has held solo exhibitions in, Austin, Berlin, Boston, Madrid, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, among other locations. His work has been in group exhibitions in innovative commercial galleries, artist-run spaces, and museums. He has received numerous awards including a Fellowship in the Arts from the Independence Foundation; an Individual Creative Artist Fellowship from the Pennsylvania Arts Council; and Fellowships at MacDowell. His work has received critical attention in Art in Print magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, New American Paintings, as well as many other publications. He is currently an Associate Professor and Printmaking Program Head at Tyler School of Art and Architecture at Temple University in Philadelphia.
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