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CRISTI RINKLIN

VISUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT

BOX 60A, FENWICK 442

508-793-2387




CURRENT POSITION
Professor, Department of Visual Arts. (Promoted to Full Professor, May 31, 2017)
EDUCATION
1999 MFA, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Major emphasis: painting and drawing

1989 BFA Cum Laude, Maryland Institute, College of Art,

Baltimore, Maryland. Major: painting


TEACHING
2016/17 On Sabbatical Leave
PRIOR TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Instructor, 2001-2002

Visiting Full time Instructor, 2000-2001

College of Visual Art, Saint Paul

Instructor, Spring 2002, Spring 2000, Fall 1999

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

Instructor, 1997-1999


COURSES TAUGHT

Introductory

Life Drawing VAST 107

2-D Fundamentals/Beginning Drawing VAST 101

Topics: Drawn to Nature, VAST 199

CreateLab; Gravity and Grace,

Intermediate and Advanced

Painting 1 VAST 200

Painting 2 VAST 201

Painting From the Model, VAST 202

Topics: The Art of Color, VAST 299

Topics: Painting: Materials and Methods, VAST 299

Topics: Visual Concepts of Painting VAST 215

Topics: Experimental Painting VAST 299

Topics: Imaging the Figure: Drawing and Painting VAST 299

Topics: Painting from the Model VAST 299

Senior Studio Concentration Seminar- Fall VAST 301

Senior Studio Concentration Seminar- Spring VAST 302

“Forking Paths: Reading and Imaging Borges, HNRS 299

Honors Theses

Lorena Sferlazza, ’15, “Addressing the Wound; an artistic exploration of human pain

Abigail Parsons, “Waves Breaking the Shore” (Honors Thesis)
Tutorials

Tess Hazen, ’15 “Figurative Drawing”

Meridith Foote, ’15 “Drawing from experience and imagination”

Justine Hill, Artist’s Thesis

Justine Hill -“Layers of Experimentation

Melissa Fritsch- “Studio Practices”

Emily Ferris- Abstract Painting

Leslie Mignin- Figurative Painting

Matthew Dugan – Figurative Painting

Richard Espinal- “The Unseen Mount St. James”

Lisa Andrews - Landscape Painting

Anthony DiMari – “Space and abstract painting.”

Elizabeth Hamilton – “Painting the Flesh.”

Sarah Connors – “Digital Imaging and the Body.”

Liam McRell - “Still Life Painting.”
Prior courses taught at other institutions

Life Drawing, Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Drawing 1, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, College of Visual Arts, St. Paul

Color, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

Painting 1, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, and College of Visual Arts, St. Paul.

Advanced/Intermediate Painting, Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Advanced/Intermediate Figure Painting, Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Art Intensive, Independent Senior Studio Seminar, College of Visual Arts, Saint Paul

Drawing IV: Non Traditional Drawing, College of Visual Arts, Saint Paul

Colloquium: Perceptions of Space in Visual Art (University of Minnesota)

SERVICE
COLLEGE COMMITTEES
ATB Steering Committee and Advisory Board, August 2013-present

Center for Teaching Advisory Committee, June 2010-December 2012

Member appointment by Associate Dean for Faculty Development


  • Moderated Brown Bag Lunch discussion “Working with Challenging Students.”

Finance and Planning Council, Fall 2007-Spring 2009

Member elected by Faculty

Cantor Gallery Advisory Board, Fall 2006-Spring 2009

Member appointed by Associate Dean

Academic Affairs Committee (on leave for 2004/05 year), Fall 2004-Spring 2006

Department Representative

Education Technology Advisory Group

Subcommittee of the AAC. Member

Committee on Collaborative Teaching, Spring 2004

Member appointed by Associate Dean Drafted report on Collaborative Teaching at peer schools.

Cantor Gallery Advisory Board, Fall 2003-Spring 2004

Member appointed by Associate Dean


OTHER COLLEGE SERVICE
Moderated panel discussion for “Ruminations on the Post-Anthropocene,” April 2016

Proposed the exhibition “Club Disminucion” by artist Alexa Horochowski at the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, March-April 2016

Participated in College Honors interviews, October 2015

Summer Gateways, June 2015

Admissions Open House for accepted students, April 2015

Site Visit to Siena Art Institute to review potential program for Study Abroad. Completed and submitted proposal to Study Abroad office to partner with Siena Art Institute

2YO Academic Extravaganza

Holy Cross on the Road Event, NYC, September 2013

Admissions Open House, October 2013

Admissions Open House for accepted students, April 2014

Served on planning committee for performing arts center

Co-authored grant application “Re-Centering the Arts at Holy Cross,” submitted to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, February 2013

Moderated panel discussion for “Spark” alumnae exhibition at the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, February 2013

Admissions Open House, Departmental Representative, September 2012

“Co-organized Alexis Rockman Visiting Artist event in collaboration with the Science Department, Environmental Studies, the McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture, and the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery. Oct 2012.

Planning committee for Center for Teaching Advising Workshop, “Lost? Guiding today’s Holy Cross students.” Served as faculty facilitator for workshop, August 2012

Painting Borges, Art Inspired by Literature,” Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, Spring

2012, (assisted in bringing exhibition to the Cantor gallery in conjunction with

HNRS 299 Sophomore Honors Seminar)

Participated in College Honors interviews, October 2011

Donated artwork to be presented to Iris Cantor for the Holy Cross Leadership Council of New York’s annual benefit dinner, May 12th, 2009

Spring Gateways advising, Dept. Representative, 2009

Summer Gateways Browsing Session, June 2008

Alumni Continuing Education Day, “The Class Revisited.” Presentation to Holy Cross Alumni April 5th, 2008

Organized and moderated roundtable discussion, “Darwin, Evolution, and the Creative Process.” Panel included Christine Bauemler, Assistant Professor, Department of Art, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, David Hummun, Sociology/ Anthropology, and Karen Ober, Biology. January 31st, 2008

Sponsored student roundtable discussion in Cantor Gallery, Spring 2008

Conducted mock interviewer for Dana Scholar applicant Renee Laverdiere, ‘06, Fall 2006

Participant in Faculty Roundtable Discussion: “The Act of Looking; The Painting of Adrienne Farb”, November 15th, 2006

United Way Campaign. Selected to distribute United Way Charitable Campaign materials to members of the faculty. Fall 2002

Organized visiting artist talk by Kathleen Bitetti, Boston artist and Executive Directory of the Artists Foundation. Lecture was followed by panel discussion in which I served as a moderator titled “Activism in the 21st Century.” Panel included David Hummon, Chair, Department of Sociology/Anthropology, James Nickoloff, Religious Studies, and Lynn Kremer, Chair, Theater Department. February 18th, 2003

Faculty Representative at Admissions Open House, Spring 2003


DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE
Department Study Abroad Advisor, 2013-present

Student Art Society faculty advisor, 2015-16

Department Chair, 2012-2015

Studio Area Head, 2007-2009

Major Advising 2003-Present

Minor Advising 2003-Present

Graduate Studies Advisor, Studio Division, Fall 2002-Spring 2009
COMMITTEES

Part-time photography position search committee, April 2016

Chaired Photography/New Media search, Fall 2013-Spring 2014

Modern and Contemporary Architectural History search, Fall 2012-Spring 2013

Hired Jim Jeffers for adjunct position teaching Digital Art Studio 1 and 2, Spring 2013

Mears Chair Search Committee, Fall 2011-Spring 2012

Chair, Search Committee for Digital Imaging half-time position, Spring 2008

Search Committee for Digital Imaging half-time position, Spring 2004

Montserrat Visiting Artist Proposal Committee, Spring 2007-Fall 2008
OTHER SERVICE TO DEPARTMENT
Organized David Kelley and Patty Chang visiting artist lecture, in conjunction with ATB,

Fall 2014

Organized Jane South, visiting artist lecture and Siena Art Institute info session, Fall 2014

Organized Raul Gonzales visiting artist lecture, Spring 2012

Student Art Society Faculty Advisor, 2011-12

Faculty Advisor to Fenwick Scholar applicant Katherine Wallace, Spring 2012.

Facilitated the John Paul Reardon Award for Excellence in Art.

Reviewed Visual Arts Assessment assignment for Mass Moca field trip

Organized Julie Miller visiting artist lecture, Spring 2008

Organized Spring studio reviews, Spring 2008

Organized Catherine Chalmers visiting artist lecture, Spring 2008

Organized Kelli Scott Kelley visiting artist lecture and Senior major studio critiques,

Spring 2008

Organized Karl Unnasch visiting artist lecture and Senior major studio critiques,

Spring 2008

Gesso, Student Art Organization, Faculty Advisor, Fall 2006-Spring 2007

Organized Jil Evans visiting artist lecture, Spring 2007

Organized Sheila Gallagher visiting artist lecture and senior major studio visits,

Spring 2007

Department of Art Fall Studio Reviews, organizer, Fall 2005

Gesso, Student Art Organization, Faculty Advisor, Fall 2003-Spring 2004

Organized Steve Locke Visiting Artist Lecture and Senior major studio critiques,

Spring 2006

Organized Visual Arts Department Returning Alumni panel and reception for majors and faculty, Spring 2006

Assisted with Clarissa Sligh Visiting Artist lecture and workshop, Fall 2003

Department of Visual film night. Assisted in presenting the film “Waking Life” to students in the Visual Arts Department, and facilitated discussion afterward. Spring 2003

Facilitated the John Paul Reardon Award for excellence in Art. Duties included appointing visiting juror, Naomi Ribner, and hosting her during the day of the jurying process. Spring 2003

Fenwick Fall Gallery, 2002-present

Presented exhibitions of student work

Prospective Student Evaluations, Fall 2002-present



DEPARTMENT FIELD TRIPS
Organized Drawn to Nature and Painting 1 field trip to Davis Museum and Rose Museum, Fall 2015

Organized Painting 2 field trip to Fitchburg Art Museum Spring 2015

Organized Senior Studio majors field trip to New York, Spring 2014

Organized Painting 1 field trip to the ICA Boston, with artist talk by Steve Locke.

Fall 2013

Organized Painting 2 field trip to DeCordova Museum and Sculpture park and the Rose

Museum, March 2013

Assisted with Visual Arts Fall 2011 Field trip to Dia Beacon, Beacon, NY

Assisted with Visual Arts Spring 2009 New York Field Trip

Organized Visual Arts Department Field trip to DeCordova Museum and

Sculpture Park, Spring 2007

Organized Visual Arts Department Field trip to Tufts University Art Gallery and MIT List Visual Arts Center Fall 2006

Organized field trip for Senior Concentration Seminar to Boston Galleries and Artist’s studios, March 2003, Spring 2004

Co-organized Department of Visual Arts field trip to New York, October 2003



PRESENTATIONS (HOLY CROSS)
Student Academic Conference, Spring 2016. Organized Senior gallery talks

CrossWorks, A publishing service of the Holy Cross Libraries, A Curious Collection,

http://crossworks.holycross.edu/curious/

Gallery talk with Roger Hankins for “Pulse, New Works by Faculty Artists”

Student Academic Conference, Spring 2015, Lorena Sferlazza, Honors Thesis

presentation and exhibition in Smith Hall, 4th floor

Student Academic Conference, Spring 2014. Organized Senior Fishbowl discussion in conjunction with the senior exhibition “Alter-Ego” in the Cantor gallery, April 24th, 2014

Student Academic Conference, Spring 2012. Co-organized student presentations for

HNRS 299

Student Academic Conference, Spring 2008. Organized individual student presentations of their artwork in Cantor Gallery, April 23rd, and moderated Roundtable discussion with seniors from the Studio Concentration Seminar in the Cantor Gallery, April 24th.

Hosted 45 students from the Sophomore Honors Seminars at my studio for discussion on my work and professional practices, Spring 2007

Student Academic Conference, Spring 2007

Organized student solo exhibition in Fenwick Hallway Gallery for Justine Hill

Visiting lecturer for Alison Fleming’s Renaissance/Baroque Art History course:

Presented lecture on the influence of the Baroque on Contemporary Art, as well

as my own work. Spring 2007

Senior Concentration Seminar Gallery Talk in Cantor Art Gallery, May 2006

Hosted Student discussion on their work in the gallery.

Student Academic Conference, April 2006

Sponsor for Senior Major roundtable discussion in Cantor Gallery

Senior Concentration Seminar Gallery Talk in Cantor Art Gallery, May 2004

Hosted Student discussion on their work in the gallery.

Student Academic Conference, April 2004

Sponsor for four Senior Major presentations in Cantor Gallery

Gallery talk, Cantor Art Gallery, Fall 2003

In conjunction with “Faculty Works 2003,” an exhibition of Studio Arts Faculty


CAMPUS ART EXHIBITIONS
“Amalgam,” works from the Senior Concentration Seminar, Cantor Gallery, 2016

“A Curious Collection,” works from Drawing to Nature, O’Neil Hall Collection Cases

“The Passion,” Solo installation by Lorena Sferlazza, ’15, 4th Floor Smith Hall Alcove.

“Alter-Ego,” works from the Senior Concentration Seminar, Cantor Gallery, 2014

“Imaging the Labyrinth,” Student Art Society Gallery, Spring 2012

“Hidden Worlds: Color and Science in Art,” Installation of large format digital prints

mounted in Science Library Windows, January 2009

“Senior Preview Exhibition,” Gesso Student Art Gallery, Spring 2008

“Painting II Independent work” Gesso Student Art Gallery, Fall 2007

“Abstracting the Masters; Works from Painting 1, Fall 2006

“Extratemporal Space; Work from Experimental Painting” Gesso Student Art Gallery,

Fall 2005

“The Larry Show,” Gesso Student Art Gallery, Fall 2005

“Art and Social Issues,” Gesso Student Art Gallery, Spring 2003



COMMUNITY SERVICE
MassArt Benefit Auction. Artwork donation, Fall 2016

The Advent School Benefit Auction, Artwork donation, Spring 2017

The Advent School Benefit Auction. Artwork donation, Spring 2016

The DeCordova Benefit Auction. Artwork donation, 2011

The DeCordova Benefit Auction. Artwork donation, 2010

“The Mad Dash,” Fundraising auction for LaConia Gallery. Artwork donation, 2010

The Artist’s Foundation Advisory Board, 2004-2008

Boston Redevelopment Authority Artist Certification Board, 2005- 2008

“The Mad Dash”, Fundraising auction for Greene Street Gallery. Artwork donation, 2005
“The Hubub”, Fundraising auction for the Boston Center for the Arts. Artwork donation,

Spring 2005

“The Mad Dash”, Fundraising auction for Greene Street Gallery. Artwork donation, 2004

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Guest Critic, Jaya Howard’s Intermediate Painting Final Critique, Boston University, Boston, MA. April 2017

Guest Critic and Visiting Artist, Brandeis Post-Baccalaureate Painting Program, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. April 2017

Served as a juror for the School of the Museum of Fine Arts juried Painting Exhibition, January 2016

Served as a juror for the Rhode Island State Council for the Arts Painting Fellowship, November, 2014

Wrote peer review for tenure application for Joseph Wardwell, Assistant Professor,

Brandeis University, Fall 2013

Wrote peer review for pre-tenure probationary review for Joseph Wardwell, Assistant Professor, Brandeis University

Served as graduate mentor for Eliza Burke Green, MFA candidate, The Art Institute of Boston, Leslie University

Wrote peer review for tenure application of Sheila Gallagher, Assistant Professor, Boston College

Wrote peer review for “Regular Full Time” (tenure equivalent) application of Jennifer Schmidt, Assistant Professor, School of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston

Served as graduate mentor for Lynda Schlosberg, MFA candidate, The Art Institute of Boston, Leslie University

PROFESSIONAL
GRANTS. AWARDS, HONORS
2016 Applicant for John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship, application denied.

Berkshire Taconic Artist Resource Trust Fellowship (awarded)

Faculty Research and Publication Grant, College of the Holy Cross



Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship, Painting Category

2014 Faculty Research and Publication Grant, College of the Holy Cross,

2013 Faculty Research and Publication Grant, College of the Holy Cross,

2012 McFarland Center for Religion, Ethics and Culture Grant, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, to assist in funding my solo exhibition, “Diluvial,” at the Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH



United States Artist Projects, crowd-funded to raise money for production

costs For my solo exhibition, “Diluvial,” at the Currier Museum of Art, Manchester

2011 Faculty Research and Publication Grant, College of the Holy Cross

Summer Faculty Fellowship, College of the Holy Cross

Nominee, Harpo Grant



Center for Teaching Grant to develop Forking Paths, Reading and Imaging Borges, Sophomore Honors Seminar, HNRS 299

2010 Recipient of Best Painting Exhibition Award for Paracosmos at Steven Zevitas Gallery at the New England Art Awards, New England Center for Aesthetic Research



Faculty Research and Publication Grant, College of the Holy Cross

Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship, Drawing Category

2009 Applicant for Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center

Applicant for Djerassi Resident Artist Program

Applicant for MacDowell Colony Artist Residency

Applicant for Artadia fund for Art and Dialogue

Nominee, ICA James and Audrey Foster Prize

Nominee, St. Botolph Club Emerging Artist Award

2008 Applicant, American Academy in Rome, Rome Prize

2007 Nominee, St. Botolph Club Distinguished Artist Award

Applicant for LEF Foundation Contemporary Work Fund

Applicant for Massachusetts Cultural Council grant

Applicant for the MacDowell Colony artist residency

2006 Faculty Research and Publication Grant, College of the Holy Cross

Nominee, ICA James and Audrey Foster Prize

Applicant for John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

2005 Berkshire Taconic Artist’s Resource Trust Fellowship



American Academy in Rome, Visiting Artist and Scholar Program, February-March.

Applicant for Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant


2004 Faculty Research and Publication Grant, College of the Holy Cross,

Applicant for the following grants, fellowships and artist residencies:



John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship

Pollack-Krasner Foundation Fellowship

Creative Capital Foundation Grant

Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant

George Sugarman Foundation, Award for Art

Berkshire Taconic A.R.T. Grant

Fine Arts Work Center Provincetown, artist residency

MacDowell Colony, artist residency

Abbey Award Fellowship in Rome, artist residency

2003 Honorable Mention in Drawing, 29th Bradley National Print and Drawing

Exhibition.

Applicant for Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant

2003 Faculty Research and Publication Grant, College of the Holy Cross

2000 MCAD/Jerome Foundation Fellowship, grant for emerging artists.

1999 Marjorie M. Finch Scholarship, Department of Art, University of Minnesota



Josephine Lutz Rollins Scholarship, Department of Art, University of

Minnesota



Best of Show, 55th Juried Exhibition, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City

1998 Josephine Lutz Rollins Scholarship, Department of Art, University of

Minnesota

1996 Graduate School Fellowship, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

1992 Third Place Award, The Dishman Competition, Lamar University, Beaumont

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION
EXHIBITIONS CURATED
2008 Zoologia Fantastica, Group exhibition, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery,

College of the Holy Cross, Worcester


SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015 Displaced, Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston, MA

2012 Diluvial, Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH

2010 Paracosmos, Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston, MA

2009 Boundless, FP3 Gallery, Boston, MA

2008 Cristi Rinklin, New Paintings, Jancar Gallery, Los Angeles, CA,

2006 Nuvolomondo, Solo Installation, Remis Sculpture Court, Aidekman Arts Center, Tufts University, Boston, MA

2005 Phantasmagoria, Green Street Gallery, Boston, MA, Spring

Cristi Rinklin, Recent Work, Boston Drawing Project, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston

2003 Finite Spaces, LSU School of Art Gallery, Louisiana State University,

Baton Rouge

1998 Windows, Doors and Rooms, University of Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wausau

1995 Introductions, Harris Gallery, Houston
TWO AND THREE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2016 Irregular Landscapes, Sean Downey, Cristi Rinklin, Joseph Wardwell Hynes Convention Center, Boston, MA

Groundswell, University of New Hampshire Museum of Art, Durham, NH

2015 Naturetech, Nathalie Miebach, Cristi Rinklin and Michelle Samour, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA

2008 Cristi Rinklin/Michael DiMaggio, Achilles Project, Boston, MA

2006 Heidi Hove/Cristi Rinklin, Rhys Gallery, Boston, MA

2005 Ghosts in the Machine, two-person exhibition, Evos Art Center,

Lowell, MA

2004 Lush, Three person exhibition, Lillian Imming Gallery, Emmanuel College, Boston, MA

2001 In Situ, three person exhibition, Minnesota Artist’s Exhibitions Program Gallery, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN

1998 Amy Archibald, Derrick Buisch, and Cristi Rinklin, three-person exhibition, Harris Gallery, Houston, TX

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015 Overgrowth, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA

This is Boston, Not L.A., Zevitas Marcus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

Collaboration: The Artist and the Land, Sharon Arts Center, Peterborough, NH,

Nature, Askew, Suffolk University Gallery, Boston, MA

2014 Pulse: New Work by Faculty Artists, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA



Fore-casted; Eight Artists Explore the Nature of Climate Change. Gallery 360, Northeastern University, Boston, MA Visionary Vistas, Stonehill College, Easton, MA

The Departed, Distillery Gallery, Boston, MA

2013 Boston-Como: More than and art exchange, Spazio Natta, Como, Italy

2012 Group exhibition, Collectico Gallery, New York, NY

Supersaturated, Pigment and Pattern, Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center, Auburn, NY

<1-90>, Seven Artists Working in Boston, Prole Drift Gallery,

Seattle, WA



Fresher Paint, Rockland Center for the Arts, West Nyack, NY

2011 Super-Saturated, Pigment and Pattern, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY



Viewpoint: Holy Cross Visual Arts Faculty, Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

Artisti degli Residenzia della Villa Palmarino, Villa Palmarino Gallery,

Florence, Italy



Behind the Image, Babson College, Babson Park, MA

2010 Behind the Image, Center for Art and Theater Contemporary Gallery, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA



Crazy Beautiful II, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY

New and Recent Work by 13 Massachussets Cultural Council 2010 Award Recipients in Painting and Drawing, Tufts University Art Gallery, Medford, MA

Painting Now, Grimshaw Gudewicz Art Gallery, Bristol Community College, Fall River, MA

Sting 8! Where’s there’s smoke…, The Beehive, Boston, MA

2008 Behind the Image, Suffolk University Gallery, Boston, MA



This is Boston, Not LA, LaMontagne Gallery, Boston, MA

Pretty Things, ArtSpace, New Haven, CT.

One Night Only: Edges and Boundaries, curated by Tom Jancar and Mary Lynne McCorkle, 3875-1204 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

WorkBooks, Memorial Library Special Collections, University of

Madison, WI



The Digital View, Arti et Amicitiae. Amsterdam, Holland

2007 Aqua Hotel Art Fair, RHYS Gallery, Maimi. FL



Scope Art Fair, RHYS Gallery, Miami, FL

Crossroads: Holy Cross Visual Art Faculty and Staff, Part II. Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross,

Worcester, MA



Crazy Beautiful, Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY

Big Bang! Abstract Painting for the 21st Century, DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA. January-April

Artist’s Books: Transgression and Excess, spaceOther, Boston, MA

2006 Open Call: Size Matters, Rhys Gallery, Boston, MA



Paramnesiac Landscape, Group exhibition curated by Robin Reisenfeld, New York Center for Arts and Media, New York, NY

A.R.T. Tenth Anniversary Exhibition, Simmons College, Boston, MA

2005 $ome Color, Boston Art Windows Project, Group exhibition of installations in commercial windows of downtown Boston. Curated by Camilo Alvarez.

2005 Quest, Group exhibition curated by Camilo Alvarez of Samson Projects at Digitas, Boston, MA.



Colorfixation, Group exhibition, ABWO gallery, Rome, Italy

2004 and now they aren’t but they are, Group exhibition, Gregory Lind Gallery, San Francisco, CA



Drawing: Seven Curatorial Responses, Group invitational exhibition, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota,

Minneapolis, MN



Overlay, Group exhibition of collaborative prints and drawings, Commonwealth Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin.

Selections from the Flat File, Boston Drawing Project @ Bernard Toale Gallery,Boston, MA

2003 Inverted Worlds, Group Exhibition, Untitled (Space) @ Artspace, New Haven, CT



All About Drawing, Group Invitational Drawing Exhibition, Eisentrager- Howard Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

Review/Preview, Group Exhibition, Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston, MA

29th Bradley National Print and Drawing Exhibition, Bradley University, Peoria, IL. Honorable Mention Award

Visual Arts 2003, Faculty Works, Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

2002 Imitations, group Exhibition, Detroit Artists Market, Detroit, MI. Traveled to Soo Visual Arts, Minneapolis, MN



MCAD Painters Invitational, group exhibition, Winona State University, Winona, MN

2001 Five Jerome Artists, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN



Painters Invite, group invitational exhibition, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA

2000 Foot in the Door, group exhibition, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, MN



Green, group exhibition, Gwenda Jay/Addington Gallery, Chicago, IL

Curator's Choice, group exhibition, Gwenda Jay/ Addington Gallery, Chicago, IL

Necessary Differences, group exhibition, The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN.

MCAD Faculty Exhibition, MCAD gallery, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN.

Double Dutch, group exhibition, The Waiting Room, Minneapolis, MN.

1999 Contained, Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN



ECBGS-39, group exhibition, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

Minneapolis 55408, invitational group exhibition, Intermedia Arts, Minneapolis, MN

1998-99 55th Juried Exhibition, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City, IA

1998 Windows, Doors and Rooms, one person exhibition, University of Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wausau, WI

1998 Knobs, group exhibition, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

1997 Group Still Life exhibition, Transco Tower Gallery, Houston, TX

Thaw, group exhibition, Catherine Nash Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

1995 Suckling Pagans VI, group exhibition, 500X Gallery, Dallas, TX

1994 Gallery Artists, group exhibition, Harris Gallery, Houston, TX

1993 New Paint, group exhibition, Lesikar Gallery, Houston, TX



Visual Dialects, group exhibition, Harris Gallery, Houston, TX

The Texas Biennial Exhibition, juried exhibition sponsored by D.A.R.E., Dallas, TX

34th Annual Invitational, Longview Museum of Art, Longview, TX The First Arena-Ennial, invitational group exhibition, Arena Productions, Houston, TX

Buffalo Bayou Art Park, outdoor installation in conjunction with the

Houston International Festival, sponsored by Mother Dog Studios, Houston, TX



Juried Members Exhibition, Art League of Houston, TX

Past, Present, Future, group exhibition for artists in The Buffalo Bayou Art Park, Mother Dog Museum of fine art, Houston, TX

1992 The Dishman Competition, juried exhibition, Lamar University, Beaumont,TX. Award recipient



Five Women, Group exhibition in conjunction with Sonic Works New Music Festival, Commerce Street Artist Warehouse, Houston, TX

The Houston Area Exhibit, juried exhibition, Blaffer Gallery, Houston, TX

1991 Dia de los Muertos, Lawndale Art and Performance Center, Houston, TX

1989 Diverse Works '89, Charles County Community College, MD

Cristi Rinklin, Jill Golodner, Two-person exhibition, Student Space Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD
ARTIST RESIDENCIES
2011 Villa Palmarino Artist Residency, Florence, Italy

2005 American Academy in Rome, Visiting Artist and Scholar Program,


PRIVATE COMMISSIONS
2015 Wellington Management, London, UK
COLLECTIONS
Fidelity Investments, Los Angeles

Wellington Management, London, UK

Microsoft Corporation

DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park

Tufts University Art Gallery

Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College Of The Holy Cross

Numerous private collections
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
PUBLIC LECTURES (presentations on my work)
2016 Gallery talk for “Groundswell,” group exhibition, University of New Hampshire Museum of Art

2015 Gallery talk for “Naturetech,” group exhibition, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA

2014 Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross. Gallery talk on my work in Pulse: New Work by Faculty Artists

2013 Gallery talk for Boston/Como, More than an Art Exchange, Spazio Natta, Como, Italy

2013 Wellesley College, presentation of my work to Daniela Rivera’s Painting 1 class

2012 Currier Museum of Art, Public gallery talk with curator Nina Johnson and Cristi Rinklin on “Diluvial”

Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, NH. Gallery talk on my installation in progress to the Currier Museum Advisory Council

2011 Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross. Gallery talk on my work in Viewpoint, Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition

2010 The Beehive, Boston, MA. Public talk on my work in exhibition, Sting 8, where there’s smoke, there’s fire.

2008 ArtSpace, New Haven CT. Gallery talk on my work in exhibition Pretty Things



The Oxbow Gallery, Northampton, MA. Public artist talk on my work

Andrew Mowbray, Cristi Rinklin. Public artist lecture on our work as part of the University of Wisconsin Art Department’s Colloquium Lecture Series. Also conducted critiques with UW Art Department Graduate Students.

Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross. Public curator’s talk on Zoologia Fantastica

2007 Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross. Gallery talk on my work in Crossroads, Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition



DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Lincoln, MA. Public lecture for my work for “Big Bang! Abstraction for the 21st century”

2006 Tufts University Art Gallery, Medford, MA. Public lecture on my installation, “Nuvolomondo”

“The Art of Adrienne Farbe” Panel member, College of the Holy Cross,

2005 Split Rock Arts Program, University of Minnesota. Taught summer Week- Long Workshop: “The Third Eye; Painting in a New Century”



Split Rock Soiree, Split Rock Arts Program, University of Minnesota, Slide lecture of my work. July 19th.

Green Street Gallery, Boston, MA. Public artist talk for my solo exhibition, “Phantasmagoria” June 2.

Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. Fine Arts Department. Slide lecture on my work and critiques for Post Baccalaureate students

2004 University of Minnesota, Minneapolis , “Down and Dirty, the De- sanitization of Painting,” Panel member. “Interplay” MACAA Conference



Boston College, Boston, MA. Fine Arts Department. Slide lecture on my work.

Untitled (Space) @ ArtSpace, New Haven, CT. Public lecture on my work for group exhibition, “Inverted Worlds”

Lillian Immig Gallery, Emmanuel College, Boston, MA. Public talk on my work for group exhibition, “Lush”

2003 Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA. Visiting critic for advanced painting course taught by Sigrid Sandstrom. December 2003

2003 LSU School of Art Gallery. Public gallery talk on my work for solo exhibition, “Finite Spaces” and studio critiques for LSU School of Art graduate students.

2002 Minneapolis Institute of Arts, MAEP Gallery. Public gallery talk on my work for exhibition, “In Situ”



Winona State University, Winona, MN. Panel discussion on my work in conjunction with group exhibition “MCAD Painters Invitational,”

2001 Minneapolis College of Art and Design Gallery, Minneapolis, MN. Public gallery talk on my workfor group exhibition, “MCAD/Jerome Fellowship Exhibition.”



The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN. Panel discussion on contemporary painting in conjunction with group exhibition, “Necessary Differences”.

2000 Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN. Slide lecture on my work for September Fine Arts Forums; Focus on Painting

1999 Metropolitan State University, St. Paul, Minnesota. Guest artist and slide lecture on my work for Painting 1 course

College of Visual Art, St. Paul, Minnesota. Guest artist and slide lecture on my work for Painting 1 course.

1998 University of Wisconsin, Marathon County, Wausau, Wisconsin. Gallery talk and slide lecture on my work for solo exhibition “Windows, Rooms, and Doors.”



University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Guest artist and slide lecture on my work for advanced Painting course.

1997 Houston Community College, Downtown Campus, Houston, Texas. Guest artist and slide lecture on my work for Painting 1 course.



University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Guest artist and slide lecture on my work for Fundamentals of Color course.

1995 Harris Gallery, Houston, Texas. Gallery talk on my work for “Introductions” solo exhibition.



Houston Community College, Downtown Campus, Houston, Texas. Guest artist and slide lecture on my work for Painting 1 course.

1994 High School for Performing and Visual Arts, Houston, Texas. Panel discussion on artist’s critique groups.



PUBLICATIONS

REVIEWS, ARTICLES


The Ticket: music, theater, dance art, comedy and more- The Boston Globe, December 22nd, 2016

Raymond, David, Review: New Hampshire, “Groundswell”, Art New England, March/April 2016

Kanner, Choe, “Larger than Life” The Sound, February 3rd, 2016. http://soundnh.com/larger-than-life-new-exhibits-at-unh-museum-of- art-make-a-big-impression/

Fassenbender, Hallie, Cristi Rinklin Interview, Steez Magazine, February 2015, http://www.steezminimag.com/2015/02/09/cristi-rinklin- interview/

Cook, Greg, Rinklin’s Otherworldly Landscapes are Poised at Boundry of Tech and Tradition, The Artery, 90.9 WBUR, January 2015 http://www.wbur.org/artery/2015/01/21/cristi-rinklin

Cate McQuaid, Painter Rinklin alters perceptions at Zevitas Gallery, Boston Globe G Section, January 7th, 2015

Cate McQuaid, Roiling Visuals; Cristi Rinklin Displaced, Boston Globe G section gallery highlights, January 1, 2015

Cate McQuaid, “Views of climate change,” Boston Globe G section, October 15, 2014

Mark Lynch, “Mary Tinti and Cristi Rinklin, NatureTech” Radio interview for program Inquiry, WICN Radio, Worcester.

http://www.wicn.org/podcasts/audio/mary-tinti-and-cristi-rinklin-naturetech

Other People’s Pixels Interview with Cristi Rinklin, OPP Blog, May 2014 http://blog.otherpeoplespixels.com/otherpeoplespixels-interviews- cristi-rinklin

“Spotlight on: Installation,” The Union Leader, August 2, 2012

Cate McQuaid, “Looking back, and straight ahead; Artists Eric Aho and Cristi Rinklin borrow from and reinterpret art history in Currier landscape shows.” Boston Globe, July 17th, 2012

Greg Cook, “Dogtown Genius; Hartley’s Gloucester and Cristi Rinklin,” Boston Phoenix, July 13, 2012

“Eric Aho’s paintings and Cristi Rinklin’s immersive installation at Currier Museum,” Portsmouth Herald, July 5, 2012

Cate McQuaid, “10 To See Now,” Boston Globe Magazine, June 17th, 2012

“Art in Action,” (Diluvial) New Hampshire Union Leader, NH Weekend, June 7, 2012.

Michelle Cerulli, “Deep Greens and Blues; Elements of timelessness in a 21st century exhibition,” Hippo Magazine, June 7-13, 2012

Sarah Earle, “Artful Yoga; class combines stretches, installation,” Concord Monitor, July 26, 2012



Sixth Finch, online journal for poetry and art, Summer 2012. http://sixthfinch.com/mainsummer12.html

“inFocus: Contemporary Connections: Cristi Rinklin, Transcending Nature: Paintings by Eric Aho” Currier Museum of Art, Summer 2012

Dan Blask, “Cristi Rinklin: Diluvial, Artsake Blog, Massachusetts Cultural Council, March 26, 2012

http://artsake.massculturalcouncil.org/blog/artsake/index.php/2012/ 03/26/cristi-rinklin-diluvial/

Paul Grignon, “Vistas of Diversity,” Worcester Magazine, December 8th, 2011

Sheehan, Nancy, “Holy Cross Faculty shares Viewpoint,” Worcester Telegram and Gazette, Sept 8th, 2011

Greg Cook, “Cristi Rinklin at Steven Zevitas Gallery”, New England Journal of Aesthetic Research, http://gregcookland.com/journal/

Cate McQuaid, “From Overwhelming to Energetic” Boston Globe, July 15th, 2009

Matthew Nash, “A conversation with Cristi Rinklin,” Big Red and Shiny, Issue # 108, June 8, 2009



http://bigredandshiny.org/8472/a-conversation-with-cristi-rinklin/

Barbara Merolli, LibraryJournal.com, “Student Art as Construction Beautification,” May 15th, 2009



Flavorpill.com, LA. Featured Artist in “Cover Art section,” November 2008

Cate McQuaid, “A Curator of a different stripe.” Boston Globe, November 19th, 2008

Greg Cook, “I wanna rock: LaMontagne’s vision for Boston Art,” Boston Phoenix, December 12th, 2008

Stephen Vincent Kobasa, “Painted Over: Reflections on a disparate art,” New Haven Advocate, June 5, 2008

Hank Hoffman, “Pretty but not vacant at Artspace,” Connecticut Art Scene,

http://ctartscene.blogspot.com/2008_06_01_archive.html

Charlene Arsenalt, “We’re the hunters and the hunted,” Worcester Magazine, January 24th, 2008. Review of Zoologia Fantastica

Nancy Sheehan, “Animal Nature,” Worcester Telegram and Gazette,

February 12th, 2008. Review of Zoologia Fantastica

“Who’s who in the Arts at Holy Cross,” web profile on Cristi Rinklin, College Of The Holy Cross website

Sarah Faith Alterman, “Heroic Effort,” Boston Phoenix, August 17 2007

Matthew Reed Baker, “Caped Creators,” Boston Magazine, October 2007

Channel 5 News, Coverage of “The Superhero Project,” August 11th, 2007

Barbara A. MacAdam, “The New Abstraction,” ArtNews, April 2007

Ken Johnson, “Seeing a Pattern,” Boston Globe, February 2, 2007

Greg Cooke, “Ah, painting!” Boston Phoenix, January 26, 2007

Nicholas Markantanatos, “Baroque Art Meets 21st Century,” College of The Holy Cross website feature, Spring 2006

http://news.holycross.edu/blog/2006/12/14/baroque-art-meets-the- 21st-century/

Terry House, “Featured Cover Artist Cristi Rinklin” Middlesex Beat, February 2007

Mark Lynch, “Nick Capasso, Cristi Rinklin, Jon Petro - Big Bang! Abstract Painting for the 21st Century” Radio interview for program Inquiry, WICN Radio, Worcester. February 4 2007

Mary Bucci McCoy, “Installations”, Art New England,

November/December 2006

Cate McQuaid, “Scenes from a Roman Holiday,” Boston Globe, July 27th 2006

Cate McQuaid, “The Best of 2005: Year brought prolific creativity..” Boston Globe, Weekend, December 30, 2005

Cate McQuaid, “Sharp art in place of sharp fashions”, Boston Globe, Weekend, August 2005

Cate McQuaid, “Daring Painter’s Diverse Work has Broad Appeal”, Boston Globe, Friday, July 1, 2005

Mary Bucci McCoy, Spotlight Review, Massachusetts, “Ghosts in the Machine: Paintings by Cristi Rinklin and Sarah Walker”, Art New England, June/July 2005

Nathan Lewis, “Inverted World @ Untitled (Space), bigredandshiny.com, Issue 8, June 26, 2004

Judy Birke, “Realities shift…” New Haven Register, June 13, 2004

Leon Nigrosh, “Faculty Works 2003..” Worcester Magazine, March 27, 2003

Michael Fallon, “Reviews Midwest, (Imitations)” Art Papers. March/April 2003

Anne Price, “The Unexpected. Artist Rinklin succeeds with huge oval works..” Sunday Advocate Magazine, Baton Rouge, LA. February 2, 2003

Michael Fallon, “Reviews Midwest, (In Situ)” Art Papers. May/June 2002

Mason Riddle, “In Situ show of local work fascinating..” , St. Paul Pioneer Press. January 30, 2002

Doug Hanson, “Alter-ed States,” Star Tribune, Minneapolis, MN. January 2002

David Lefkowitz, “Paintings and Place,” Arts; Magazine of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. December 2001

Minneapolis Public Radio; Coverage for “In Situ” exhibition during the “Word of Mouth” program, June 1st.

The Buzz, with Robyne Robinson.” KMSP Channel 9, television interview for exhibition “In Situ” January 2002

Mary Abbe, “The New Familiar,” Star Tribune, Minneapolis, MN. October 2001

Doug Hanson, “These artists are doing it for themselves,” Star Tribune, Minneapolis, MN October 27, 2000

Kyle Macmillan, “Sioux City Juried Exhibition..,” Omaha World Herald, Omaha, Nebraska. Feb 7, 1999
REPRODUCED IMAGES
Genetics in Medicine Magazine, Official Journal of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, April 2014, Volume 16, Number 4

Genetics in Medicine Magazine, Official Journal of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, September 2010, Volume 12, Number 9

Genetics in Medicine Magazine, Official Journal of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Cover Illustration, July 2006

Genetics in Medicine Magazine, Official Journal of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics. Cover illustration May 2000 issue.

Genetics in Medicine Magazine, Official Journal of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics. Cover illustration, April 2000 issue.

The Sciences Magazine. Reproduction in, "Events Horizon" section. January/February 1999 issue

The Sciences Magazine. Reproduction in, "Events Horizon" section. November/December 1999 issue

Gulf Coast Magazine, among 100 artists with original artwork

produced on pages of magazine. February issue.


PUBLICATIONS

EXHIBITION CATALOGUES AND PUBLISHED IMAGES


University of New Hampshire, Groundswell, exhibition brochure, image reproduction and essay on my work.

Mary Tinti, Naturetech exhibition catalogue, image reproduction and essay on my work.

Nina Bozicnik, Displaced. Exhibition catalogue on my work

Stonehill College, Visionary Vistas. Exhibition catalogue, image reproduction and essay on my work.

Carolina Lio/ Fabrizio Bellanca, Boston/Como, More than an Art Exchange, Exhibition Catalogue, image reproduction and essay on my work.

Chawky Frenn, 100 Boston Painters, Schiffer Publishing. Image reproduction of my work with artist bio

Nina Bozicnik, Diluvial. Exhibition brochure, image reproductions and essay on my work.

James Hull, Behind the Image, exhibition catalogue, Image reproduction of my work with artist bio



New American Paintings, Juried Exhibitions-in-Print, #98 Northeast Edition. Juror, Dina Dietch, Assistant Curator, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA

New American Paintings, Issue #80, A juried exhibition in print, juried by Jennifer Mergel, Assistant Curator, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

Zoologia Fantastica, Exhibition Catalogue, curator’s introduction by Cristi Rinklin. Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery

Joy Pepe, Pretty Things, exhibition catalogue, image reproduction and essay on my work.

Nicholas Capasso Big Bang, Abstraction for the 21st Century, exhibition catalogue, image reproduction and essay on my work. Cover reproduction of my work

Sarah Valdez, Nuvolomondo exhibition brochure. Image reproductions and essay on my work.

Robin Reisenfeld, Paramnesiac Landscape, exhibition brochure. image reproduction and essay on my work.

Rachel Vaders-Carr, Inverted Worlds, exhibition brochure, image reproduction and essay on my work.

Karen Kunc 29th Bradley National Print and Drawing Exhibition, exhibition catalogue image reproduction and essay on my work.

Artist’s Resource Trust; The First Ten Years, 2006.

Catalogue with reproduction of my work

David Lefkowitz, In Situ exhibition catalog, Image reproductions and essay on my work.

Five Jerome Artists, exhibition catalogue with image reproductions

Bruce Pepich, 55th Juried Exhibition, Sioux City Art Center, exhibition catalog, with image reproduction and essay on my work (cover reproduction)



The Texas Biennial, exhibition catalogue with image reproduction.

Chris Ballou, The First Arena-Ennial, exhibition catalogue, image reproduction and essay on my work



The Houston Area Exhibit, exhibition catalogue. (image reproduction)

GALLERY REPRESENTATION
Steven Zevitas Gallery, Boston, MA



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