Sabrina Ogle

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					Education

2005    The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, MFA, printmaking and book arts.

2004    The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, MA, printmaking.

2001    Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas, BFA, printmaking and photography.

Honors and Awards

2005    Outstanding Digital Work, Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show, Cambridge,
        Massachusetts.
        Juror: Joseph C. Thompson, Mass MoCA.
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        Sally Owen Marshall Best in Show, Sampler, 77 Annual Student Art Show, University of
        Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
        Juror: Cheryl Olsen-Sklar and Larry Stephens.
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        Porter Butts Creative Arts Purchase Award, Remember, Sense and Sadness, 77 Annual Student
        Art Show, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

2004    Wisconsin Union Galleries Exhibition Award: Class of 1925 Gallery, Wisconsin Union Directorate
        Art Committee, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

        Temkin Exhibition Award, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
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        Sally Owen Marshall Best in Show, A Small Book on Travel and better than this, 76 Annual
        Student Art Show, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
        Juror: Glenn Adamson.
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2003    Porter Butts Creative Arts Purchase Award, Untitled (Many Small Airplanes), 2002, 75 Annual
        Student Art Show, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
        Jurors: Tom Bamberger and Jeff Winter.
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        Porter Butts Creative Arts Purchase Award, Untitled (Airplanes), 2002, 75 Annual Student Art
        Show, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

2001-   Fine Art Scholarship, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Corpus Christi, Texas.
2002
SelectGroup Exhibitions

2008    DOG-EARED: revealing the contents of artists' books, Yue-Kong Pao Hall of Visual and Performing
        Arts, Purdue University, Indiana.

        Gimme Baby Robots, EVO, Seattle, Washington.
        Invitational, Curated by David T. Olsen.

        Mitochondria: Wisconsin Women of the Word, ARTspace, Madison, Wisconsin.

        Gimme Baby Robots, IGLOO, Portland, Oregon.
        Invitational, Curated by David T. Olsen.

        Gimme Baby Robots, Echo Curio, Los Angeles, California.
        Invitational, Curated by David T. Olsen.

        Gimme Baby Robots, FIVEPOINTS ARTHOUSE, San Francisco, California.
        Invitational, Curated by David T. Olsen.

2007    Analog Digital Disorder, KUMU, National Art Museum of Estonia.

        One and Only, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

2006    G4, Madison, Wisconsin 7331C Mosse Humanities Building Exhibition Space, University of
        Wisconsin–Madison
        Curated by the artists: Elaine Scheer, Kathleen O’Connell, Sabrina Ogle and Heather Page

        Wisconsin Women of the World, exchange and exhibition in conjunction with the Southern
        Graphics Council national conference, 7th Floor of the George L. Mosse Humanities Bldg.,
        University of Wisconsin-Madison

2005    Snap to the Grid, Los Angeles Center for Digital Arts, Los Angeles, California.
        Juror: Rex Bruce.

        CULTURAL TRANSPORT/MOVING TARGETS, IMPACT 4 Print Conference, a print exhibition on a
        moving train between Poznan, Poland and Berlin, Germany.

        Up and Coming, Rainbow Gallery, University of Miami, Miami, Florida.

        Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show, Lowell Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts.
        Juror: Joseph C. Thompson, Mass MoCA.

        Capital/Capitol, 734 Gallery, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

        Artists’ Books, Memorial Library, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

2004    Orange, 7th Floor Gallery, Humanities Building, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.

        Overlay - A collaborative project instigated by: Derrick Buisch and John Hitchcock, Common
        Wealth Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin.
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        76 Annual Student Art Show, University of Wisconsin, Memorial Union, 2 floor, Class of 1925
        Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin.
        Juror: Glenn Adamson.
        BLUEPRINT: a portfolio exchange of folded prints, Gail Gibson Gallery, Seattle, Washington.

        Southern Graphics Council Conference Trade Portfolio Review, Mason Gross School of the Arts,
        Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

2003    Made in Madison, Wakely Gallery, Bloomington, Illinois.

        Centro-Oeste Nucleo Madison, Museo de Arte de Brasilia & Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brasilia, Brazil.

        Backroads and Boulevards International Juried Show, Printmaking Council of New Jersey,
        Somerville, New Jersey.
        Juror: Joe Fedderson.
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        75 Annual Student Art Show, University of Wisconsin, Memorial Union, 2 floor, Class of 1925
        Gallery, Madison, Wisconsin.
        Jurors: Tom Bamberger and Jeff Winter.

        Southern Graphics Council Portfolio Exchange, Massachusetts School of Arts, Boston,
        Massachusetts.

        University Of Wisconsin-Madison Prints!, the University of Wisconsin, Marshfield, Wisconsin.

        Pages from the UW-Madison Art Department: a show of graduate student prints and books,
        Pinney Branch Library, Madison, Wisconsin.

        Three Aces, traveling exhibit, the University of Texas at Austin, Louisiana State University, and the
        University of Wisconsin at Madison.



Collections

Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, Christchurch, New Zeland.

University of Colorado Special Collection, Boulder, Colorado.

Southern Graphics Council Print Collection and Archives, Oxford, Mississippi.

KUMU, National Art Museum of Estonia.

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.

Memorial Union Collection, UW-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.
Experience

Administrative Director, Crozier Fine Arts, Newark, New Jersey.
2006-present

Circulation Manager, Art on Paper, New York, New York.
Responsibilities include creating and maintaining budgets, updating Access databases, proofreading,
inventory and archiving back issues, overseeing interns, developing strategies to increase subscriptions
and distribution.
2005-2006

Assistant, Arlene Shechet, New York, New York.
Responsibilities include correspondence, book layout and design, digital imaging, Power Point
presentation preparation, development of slide/file organization system, and technical assistance.
2006-2007

Docent, New Museum, New York, New York.
Give guided tours of current exhibit and facilitate discussions for museum visitors and also assist with
family day activities.
2005-2007

Production Printer and Administrative Assistant, Silver Buckle Press, University of Wisconsin, Madison,
Wisconsin.
Assisted Tracy Honn in organizing and hosting the symposium Recasting Gutenberg. Responsibilities
included creating spreadsheets, compiling mailing lists, answering phones, letterpress printing,
photographic documentation, redistributing type, trimming paper, digital imaging, design work and
technical assistance during media presentations and panel discussions.
Fall 2004 – Summer 2005

Master Printmaker and Administrative Assistant to Professor Elaine Scheer, University of
Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
Worked collaboratively with Professor Elaine Sheer in the creation of a series of prints based on women’s
literature. Responsibilities included image finding and development, digital imaging, editioning and
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curating prints, researching 19 and 20 century women’s clothing, decorative arts and vernacular
objects, ordering supplies, correspondence, data entry, photographic documentation of work, and
creating and maintaining budgets.
2003 – 2005

Print Production Assistant, Tandem Press, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin.
Assisted master printmakers during the production of etchings, lithographs and letterpress books. Duties
also included answering phones, collating mail packets, assisting in bulk mailings, curating prints, tearing
paper, clean up and disposal of acids and maintaining the orderliness of the studio.
2002 – 2004

Instructor of Painting and Drawing, Renaissance Kids, Madison, Wisconsin.
Development of syllabi appropriate to students’ ages and learning levels. Engage students during weekly
art lessons while assessing progress and needs. Diverse range of students included four-year-old children,
high school students and business professionals.
2002 – 2004
Instructor, Art Camp, Renaissance Kids, Madison, Wisconsin.
Development of syllabi appropriate to students’ ages and learning levels during one and two week
sessions. Activities included collage, assemblage, paper mache, painting, drawing, sand painting and
printmaking with an emphasis placed on creativity and personal challenge. Camp themes included Create
a World, Learn from the Masters, Sculpture 1 & 2, All About Painting, Monsters and Such and Medieval
Faire.
Summer 2003

Teaching Assistant, Fine Art of Summer Camp, South Texas Institute for the Arts,
Corpus Christi, Texas.
Supervised and taught elementary and middle school aged students in visual and performing arts.
Instruction included ceramics, painting, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, movement and drama. Assisted
in the production and installation of theater sets designed and built by children, encouraged good
behavior and imaginative thinking, facilitated playtime activities and served as a mentor to campers.
Summers 1997 – 2002

				
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