2012 Coordinator of Foundation (First Year) Art
2006– Associate Professor, Art Department, State University of New York at New Paltz, NY. 1.0
2005 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, Academies of Fine Arts and Design. Co-taught Three Dimensional Design for Second Year Industrial Design Majors. .125
2000–06 Assistant Professor, Art Department, State University of New York at New Paltz, NY. Foundation Art Position. Integrated Design I and II, Visual Thinking: Drawing I and I, Senior Art Seminar, New York, New York: A critical introduction to contemporary art movements. 1.0
1999–00 Visiting Assistant Professor, Foundation Department, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Three Dimensional Design and Drawing.. 1.0
1998 Visiting Adjunct Professor, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Out of the Muck¬—How Structures Take Shape. Advanced Sculpture. Vernacular architecture and installation course. .33
1997–99 Visiting Adjunct Professor, New York University, New York, NY. Fundamentals of Sculpture. Welding, woodworking, plaster modeling and contemporary art issues. .50
1991 Senior Lecturer, Computer Graphics Department, University of the Arts; Philadelphia, PA.
Computer Graphics I, II, III. Conducted intensive computer graphics seminars. .50
1990–91 Part-time Faculty, Sculpture Department, Tyler School of Art, Temple University; Elkins Park, PA. Foundation 3D Design. (in addition to technical assistantship)..25
1990–91 Woodshop Technical Assistantship, Tyler School of Art, Temple University; Elkins Park, PA. Maintained the wood shop, supervised work-study students, gave workshops on safe operation of power tools. .50
1988–99 Visiting Adjunct Professor, School of Professional Studies, Pratt Institute; New York, NY. Courses and seminars: Mac Competency, Photoshop, Illustrator and Quark. .50
1987-99 Consultant to corporations, design firms and artists – computer graphics artist and trainer.
1983-86 Production Assistant, special effects, pyrotechnics, props, animal wrangler for film industry.
Drawing, Sculpture, Video, Seminars
2014 Dorsky Curatorial Projects, LIC, NY – Thaw
2013 Pop-up show curated by Jill Conner, Brooklyn, NY – AS|AP
2012 Esther Massry Gallery, Albany, NY – Polar Explorations, 3 person show
2011 Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn, NY – twin twin, 10 year anniversary of 9/11
2009 Dorsky Museum, New Paltz, NY – Ecotones and Transition Zones, group show
2009 Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte, Venice Italy – My.Memento.Vid video festival
2009 Kingston Sculpture Biennial, Kingston, NY – Icebergboats on the Hudson
2007-08 Stadthaus, Ulm, Germany – Home for Haus one-person show
2006 Handwerker Gallery, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY – Common Ground, solo show
2005 Black and White Gallery, Brooklyn, NY – Itty Neuhaus Strata and Lauren Luloff, two solo
shows (Itty Neuhaus reviewed in Sculpture Magazine)
2004 Islip Art Museum, Carriage House, Islip, NY – Fathom video installation in Site
Specifics (reviewed in The New York Times)
2003 Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY – Slip large-scale video installation in Landslide, group
show (reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail)
2003 Museo Ebraico, Venice, Italy – Markers IV: The Wandering Library, artist's book, Squeeze,
in conjunction with Venice Biennial.
2003 Black and White Gallery, Brooklyn, NY – Incredible Lightness of Being, group show
2003 SculptureCenter Gallery, Long Island City – Lucky Draw, group show
2001 Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, NY – Squeeze, one of two solo shows
(reviewed in The Buffalo News)
2000 Byrdcliff Arts Colony, Woodstock, NY – Utopia/Dystopia, outdoor group show
2000 Snug Harbor Cultural Center, Staten Island, NY – Elements, group show
2000 State of Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY – Inscape, group show
1999 St. Michael’s College – Colchester, VT – Spout permanent installation
1999 Flipside, Brooklyn, NY – Low Light, four light-based installations
1998 Abington Art Center, Abington, PA – Dimensions Variable, large scale installation
1997 The Sculpture Center, NYC – A Bigger Container, solo show (reviewed in The New
Awards, Honors & Recognition
2013 Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY – artist’s residency
2011 Traditional Fulbright Scholar Award Current Shift: Shifting Perspectives, visual research in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
2011 Artist in Residence through Parks Canada, Gros Morne National Park Discovery Centre, Woody Point, NL. Two months.
2011 MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH – artist’s residency. Two weeks.
2011 SUNY New Paltz Research and Creative Award for Verticl Void project.
2010 MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH – artist’s residency. One month.
2010 SUNY New Paltz Research and Creative Award for Current Shift project.
2009 SUNY New Paltz Research and Creative Award for Current Shift project.
2008 United University Professions Individual Development Award for Current Shift, iceberg visual research in Newfoundland.
2008 SUNY New Paltz Research and Creative Award for Current Shift project.
2006 The Experimental Television Center's Presentation Funds for Ithaca College project.
2006 United University Professions Individual Development Award for video editting classes
2006 Artist's Residency, Stadthaus, Ulm, Germany
2006 SUNY New Paltz Research and Creative Award for Home for Haus project
2005 SUNY New Paltz Research and Creative Award to Iceland (used 2006) for iceberg research
2005 SUNY New Paltz Pre-Tenure Fellowship Leave
2004 SUNY New Paltz Research and Creative Projects Award – to Newfoundland and Labrador for iceberg research
2003 NYFA New York Foundation for the Arts, SOS Special Opportunity Stipends Program
2003 Cuts and Burns Video Editing Residency, Outpost and Momenta Art – to edit Slip videos
2003 SUNY New Paltz Research and Creative Projects Award – Iceland glacial crevasse research
2003 United University Professions Individual Development Award – to Iceland
2002 Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY – one month artist’s residency
2001 New York State Council on the Arts – through Hallwalls for Squeeze
2001 National Endowment for the Arts – through Hallwalls for Squeeze
2001 Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts – through Hallwalls for Squeeze
2000 Strammür Art Colony, Hafnarfjodur, Iceland – summer residency
1998 St Michael’s College Residency, Colchester, VT – summer residency
1997 Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY – two month artist’s residency
1996 Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, NY – one month artist’s residency
1994 Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, awarded by Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner estates
1994 Sculpture Space, Utica, NY – two month artist’s residency
1993 PS 1 Museum National Studio Program, New York, NY – one year studio award
1992 Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA – seven-month residency
1992 MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, NH – (declined) artist’s residency
1991 Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA – seven-month residency
1991 Millay Colony, Austerlitz, NY – one month artist’s residency
1988 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT – six week residency
1985 Ida B. Haskell Travelling Fellowship from Pratt Institute to a graduating senior – two months research in China.
Beth Wilson, "Itty Neuhaus on her Work" Chronogram Portfolio, January 2008.
Dr. Ulricke Ritter, " "The Conscience of the artist. The American Land-Art artist Itty neuhaus installs History in the city of Ulm", Kunst-Spectrum.de , Jan 11, 2008.
Jürgen Kanold "Stone by Stone" (transl.) Südwest Presse Ulm, Sept 10, 2007.
Karen Annemaier, "About One Person Who Did Not Make it Out [in Time]" (transl.), Schwäbische Zeitung, Sept 7, 2007
no authur. "Itty Neuhaus Hunts for her German Roots" (transl.) Schwäbische Zeitung, Sept 5, 2007.
Roland Mayer, "The Barbara Statue over Deep Water"(transl.) Neu Ulmer Zeitung, Sept 4, 2007.
Jürgen Kanold "Traces of the Homeland" (transl.) Südwest Presse Ulm, Sept 3, 2007.
Karla Nieraad, "Itty Neuhaus in Ulm", Against Forgetting – For Democracy (translation from German), December 2006.
Roland Mayer, "Barbara aus Stein im Haus am Fluss" Neu Ulmer Zeitung, July 14, 2006.
Monika Höna, "Ein Schreibtisch erzählt Geschichten" Ulmer Kulturspiegel, July 26, 2006.
Jill Conner, “Brooklyn, Itty Neuhaus, Black and White Gallery” Sculpture Magazine, October 2005: 74. Vol. 24 No. 8.
Helen A. Harrison, “Beautiful and No Water Required,” The New York Times, Sunday,
11 July 2004: Arts & Leisure 11.
John Hawke, “Landslide: Smack Mellon Through October 19” The Brooklyn Rail, October 2003: 10-11.
Richard Huntington, “Inner Space” Buffalo News, 20 July 2001: Gusto: 1.
Daniel Baird, “Inscape” The Brooklyn Rail On-Line, Summer 2000, n.p.
Jennifer Dalton, “Low Light” Review, 15 Jan. 1999: 30-31.
Jane Ingram Allen, “Career Maquette,” Sculpture Magazine, Feb. 1998: 41-48. pictures
Grace Glueck, “A Bigger Container,” The New York Times, 12 Sept. 1997: C25.
Barbara Pollack, “Bringing Home the Bread,” Art News, March 1996: 29. picture
William Zimmer, “Adventurous Homeowners, Modern Look,” The New York Times, 3 Dec. 1995: C1. picture
Julie Carr, “Beauty in the Beast - Julie Carr interviews Itty Neuhaus,” Movement Research Performance Journal #11, Fall 1995: 6. pictures
Holland Carter, “Sculpture Not Meant to Last Forever,” New York Times, 18 Aug. 1995: C1. picture
Holland Carter, “Sculpture Under the Sky: Free Daring and Soon Departed,” New York Times,
26 Aug. 1994: C1