Kim Waale

  • Professor, Art
  • Director of Studio Art
Kim Waale, Cazenovia College Professor, Art, Studio Art
Division(s): 
Art & Design
Contact: 
Contact Information Available
Office Location: 
Jephson Campus A
Telephone: 
315.655.7000
Email: 
kwaale@cazenovia.edu
Kim Waale, professor of art and director of the Studio Art Program, has taught art at Cazenovia College since 1988. She is an accomplished artist with many national and international exhibitions over the past two decades. Waale has also written and been featured in books and articles.
Education: 
  • MFA in Sculpture, Syracuse University
  • BA in Fine Arts, Moorhead State
Awards/Honors: 
  • (2009) Saltonstall Residency, Ithaca, NY
  • (2009) Louis D’Amanda and Harris Popular Vote Awards, 62nd Rochester-Finger lakes Exhibition, Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY
  • (2008) Art Colony Galichnik, Artist Residency, Macedonia
  • (2007) Solo con Natura, Artist Residency, Isla Santay, near Guayaquil, Ecuador
  • (2005) Harlech International Biennale VI, Artist Residency, Harlech, Wales, UK
  • (2009) NYFA and UCCCA Special Opportunity Stipend grant
  • (2008, 06, 03, 1998, 96, 95) (2009) Pinet Funding
  • (2008) (2001) Light Work grant
  • (1999) Constance Saltonstall grant
  • (1997) International Studio Program, Artist Residency, NYC
  • (1996) Sculpture Space, Artist Residency, Utica, NY
Publications: 
  • 2003: A Due Voci: the Photography of Rita Hammond, Syracuse University Press, with Julie Grossman and Ann Ryan
  • 2002: Contact Sheet, Light Work
  • 2000: Artist, Kim Waale," Salt Hill 9, with Caryn Koplick
  • 2000: Broadside Collaboration with poet Sheldon Flory, Olive Branch Press
  • 2000: Six Stills from 16mm Film, "Bear Woman"
  • 1995 book cover: The Green Agenda: Essays on the Environment of Wales, Seren Books
  • 1994 book cover: The Urgency of Identity: Contemporary English-Language Poetry from Wales, Triquarterly Books/Northwestern University Press
  • Kim Waale, Profile of the American Artist," by Sherry Chayat
Exhibitions: 
  • (2009) Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Macedonia
  • (2009) Memorial Art Gallery,Rochester, NY
  • (2009) Everson Museum, Syracuse, NY
  • (2008) Warehouse Gallery, Windows Project, (curated by Jeffrey Hoone), Syracuse, NY
  • (2007) Solo Con Natura, 3 installations, Isla Santay, Ecuador
  • (2007) McCormick Freedom Museum, Filth, Treason, Blasphemy?, Chicago, IL
  • (2006) 2nd International Biennial of Contemporary Art, Shumen, Bulgaria
  • (2005) Harlech International Biennale VI, Harlech, Wales, UK
Experience: 
  • Board Member: Light Work 2006-present
  • Onondaga Cultural Resources Council 2001-2007
  • Stone Quarry Hill Art Park 2006
  • Visual Arts Editor, Stone Canoe Journal (2009-10)
  • Curator, Stone Canoe Artists @ XL Projects, Syracuse, NY (2010)
  • Guest Lecturer: Memorial Art Gallery (2009)
  • Everson Museum (2009)
  • Light Work, Syracuse, NY (2008)
  • Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center (2007)
  • University of Wales, Bangor, UK (2005)
  • LeMoyne College, Syracuse, NY (1997-2007)
  • SUNY Binghamton, Binghamton, NY (2004, 2005)
  • Springfield College, Springfield, MA (2004)
  • Colgate University, Hamilton, NY (1999)
  • Conference Presenter: ASLE (Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment