Assistant Professor, Print Media
Erika Adams' research focuses on the investigating structures or captured moments as documents of experience, drawing conclusions as to the nature of our relationships with one another through prints, photographs, video and installation. Prior to joining the faculty at Concordia University, Adams taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston as well as Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia. Her work is exhibited both nationally and internationally. Adams has been an artist-in-residence at the Hall Farm Center for the Arts (Vermont), Frans Masereel Centre in Belgium, the Vermont Studio Center, Penland School for Crafts (North Carolina) and California's Djerassi. She was recently the Master Printer in Residence at Penland School for Crafts as well as the Master Printer at P.R.I.N.T. Press at the University of North Texas in Denton. Adams recently published Would, a fine-press collaborative project with carpenter and poet Brooks Wright.
MFA (Fine Art), University of New Mexico (2004); TMP (Lithography)
Tamarind Institute (2001); BA (Art and Anthropology)
University of California, Santa Cruz (1994)
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