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Title Associate Professor
Kautenburger's sculpture functions to contain sensations of the natural environment, housing and presenting natural phenomena as an invitation for anyone so inclined to poetic ponderance. Work often involves insect habitats (crickets and honeybees), natural material from the Rocky River basin, as well as substances collected from his bee yard, such as propolis, wax, and pollens.
He is a recipient of a Pew Fellowship in the Arts, and has exhibitited at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art, and the Allentown Museum of Art, among others. He has an MFA in Ceramics from Tyler School of Art, and a BFA from Kent State University.
He has been teaching at CIA since 2001, where he teaches Foundation Design and Environment, Art and Engaged Practice.
Degree MFA, Ceramics from the Tyler School of Art, Temple University; BFA, Studio Art from Kent State
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