Kerry McAleer-Keeler

photo of kerry mcaleer-keeler
Title:
Associate Professor of Art & Design
Office:
Room 133H, Flagg Building
Email:
kmk@gwu.edu

Bio

Ms. McAleer-Keeler serves on the Board of Directors of the College Book Art Association, working to advance and promote academic book arts education by encouraging its development and practice. She is currently Vice-President of CBAA. Her studio is part of the Liberty Town Arts Workshop in Fredericksburg, VA. She has taught in the areas of printmaking and book arts at the Corcoran since 1998 and served as the MA, Art and the Book Program Head from 2009-2015.

 


Current Exhibitions

Her work has been selected for individual, group, and juried exhibitions throughout the U.S. and internationally such as:

  • Utopia/Dystopia: Inspiration and the Artists Book, Laramie County Library, Cheyenne, WY, June 2017
  • Art for Aleppo, Postcard Exhibit, Catalyst Gallery, Beacon NY, April 2017
  • Posted Notice, Selections of Printed Poster Ephemeral, College Book Art Conference, Vanderbilt University, January 2016
  • Divisions, Connections and Intersections: Fact and Fiction in Family Histories, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC, October 2016
  • Women Artists/Artists Books Pop-up Exhibit, Library of Congress, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Washington, DC, October 2016
  • Metroplis & Invisible Cities Exhibition, Invisible Cities Book Collaboration Project Participant, Constellation Studios, Lincoln, NE, October 2016

 


Distinctions

  • FreeHold Taos Artist-in-Resident, Taos County, NM, Selected for July 2018
  • Arquetopia International Artists-In-Residence Program, Puebla, Mexico, August 2015
  • Corcoran College of Art and Design, Pitman Study Away Program, Artists In Residency Program, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, July 2013

 


Publications

Work in collections such as:

  • The Smithsonian American Art Museum/National Portrait Gallery Library
  • The Library of Congress
  • The National Museum of Women In the Arts
  • George Washington University
  • George Mason University Library
  • St. Mary’s College
  • The Southern Graphics Council Archives


Work shown in publications including:

  • The Book as Art: Artists’ Books from the National Museum of Women in the Arts
  • 500 Handmade Books, Vol. 2 by Lark Books

 


Education

BA in Studio Art & Politics, Mount Holyoke College
MFA in Printmaking, The George Washington University

 


Professional Organizations

  • Vice President of College Book Art Association
  • Member, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Hyattsville, MD
  • Member, American Printing History Association
  • Member, Fine Press Book Association