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l1995 M. F. A., Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hils, Michigan B. F. A., School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Il inois : 89 B. A., Amherst Colege, Amherst, Massachusetts Dft Research Grant, Center for Craft Creativity and Design, 2013 Bel e Women in the Arts Award, Richmond, Virginia, 2012 Civitel a Ranieri Foundation Fel owship, Umbertide, Italy, 2012Virg Minia Museum of Fine Arts Professional Felowship, 2011-12 United States Artists Glasgow Fel ow, 2011McC E ol Center Artist in Residence, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2011 R nbrook Academy of Art Distinguished Mid-Career Alumni Award, 2011 Smithsonian Artist Research Fel owship, 2010 -11 .Virginia Commission for the Arts (VCA) Felowship, 2009 Etstanding Woman in the Arts for the State of Virginia (VCA), 2009 P ry Family Foundation Edenfred Residency, Madison, Wisconsin, 2009 Donald Jay Gordon Visiting Artist, Swarthmore Col ege, 2009 Top Ten Exhibits 2008 (City Paper) in Baltimore, Maryland, 2008Ro ) ckefeler Foundation, Belagio Residency, Belagio, Italy, 2006 Pol ock Krasner Grant, 2006Ruth Chenven Foundation Award, 2005 Red Gate Artist in Residence, Beijing, China, 2005Ro r mnes Award, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2004 e ly Mead Baldwin-Bascom Professorship in Creative Arts, 2004 Joan C. Edwards Distinguished Professor in the Arts Residency, Marshal University, West Virginia, 2004 University of Wisconsin-Madison Research Grant, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1997Mieta Schroeder Beckner Endowment Grant, 2002 and 2000CityA Wisconsin Arts Board Artist Fel owship Award, 2000 Ar nter Museum of Art Juror’s Choice Award, Juror: Sam Gil iam, 1996 Nita "Bil ie" Barak Memorial Merit Scholarship (Cranbrook Academy of Art), 1994 Smithsonian Institution Graduate Fel owship (National Museum of African Art), 1994 Phi hlip Morris Felowship (Cranbrook Academy of Art), 1993 Jaick Lenor Larsen Scholarship (Haystack Mountain School of Crafts), 1992 Undergraduate Merit Scholarship (Art Institute of Chicago), 1992 sExcelence in Scholarship Prize in Psychology (Amherst Colege), 1988 EPSpicturewasnotsavedwithapreview(TIFForPICT)includedinit Comment:ThisEPSpicturewillprinttoapostscriptprinterbutnottoothertypesofprinters One-person exhibit, (upcoming)Reynolds Gal ery, Richmond, VA Mil ersvil e University, Mil ersvil e, PA Boxes, Combs and Constel ations (catalog) Winthrop University, Rock Hil , South Carolina Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, California Tales and TressesSeed Space, Nashvil e, Tennessee Converge: Sonya Clark and Quisqueya Henriquez (catalog) McCol Art Center, Charlotte, North Carolina Russel Hil Rogers Gal ery, Southwest School of Art, San Antonio, Texas Snyderman Works Gal ery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania List Gal ery, Swarthmore Col ege, Pennsylvania Walters Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland Delaware Contemporary Art Center, Wilmington, Delaware Transformers: Sonya Clark and David El is Sonya Clark: Tangles, Teeth, and Touch (catalog) Cannon Gal ery. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina PlexusBirke Art Gal ery, Marshal University, Charleston, West Virginia Sherry Leedy Contemporary Arts, Kansas City, Missouri Growth Morlan Gal ery, Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky Sonya Clark Galerie Goettlicher, Krems-Stein, Austria Sonya Clark and Syd CarpenterStel a Jones Gal ery, New Orleans, Louisiana 2001 African Inspirations: Sculpted Headwear (catalog) University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, Iowa (traveled through 2002)Indianapolis Art Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana Galerie Francoise, e.s.f., Brooklandvil e, Maryland YMI Cultural Center, Ashevil e, North Carolina Second Street Gal ery, Charlottesvil e, Virginia Common Ties (Bolaji Campbel and Sonya Clark) (catalog) Wisconsin Union Gal ery, Madison, Wisconsin Galerie Francoise, e.s.f., Brooklandvil e, Maryland Wisconsin Academy Gal ery, Madison, Wisconsin Leedy Voulkos Gal ery, Kansas City, Missouri Museum of Decorative Art, Montreal, Canada Sonya Clark and Vernal Bogren SwiftJayne Gal ery, Kansas City, Missouri N. C. A. Gal ery, Fisher Building, Detroit, Michigan Sonya Clark and Carole Harris Anderson Gal ery, Pontiac, Michigan Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia Snyderman Works Gal ery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Rack and Hamper Gal ery, New York, New York Dazzling Dancing BeadsNorth Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, South Dakota Scope Art Fair with Contemporary Wing Gal ery Simons Center Gal ery, SUNY Stony Brook, New York North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, North Carolina NEXT: Artists selected from 30 Americans (catalog) Art of Seduction Rouse Gal ery Howard County Community Col ege, Columbia, Maryland Arthur Ross Gal ery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Snyderman Works Gal ery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania DUBH: dialogues in black (travels through 2012) American Irish Historical Society, New York, New York Navy Pier, Chicago, Il inois with Snyderman Gal ery Material Girls, traveled through 2012 (catalog) Reginald Lewis Museum, Baltimore, Maryland Cosby Museum of Art, Spelman Col ege, Atlanta, Georgia Global Africa, travels through 2013 (catalog) Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York New Material World: Rethreading Technology Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin SOFA NY (Snyderman-Works Gal ery)Armory, New York, New York Contemporary Art Museum of Houston, Houston, Texas The New Materiality: Digital Dialogues at The Boundaries of Contemporary Craft (catalog) Ful er Museum of Craft, Brockton, Massachusetts Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Ashevil e Art Museum, Ashevil e, North CarolinaArkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas City of Brea Art Gal ery, Brea, California 1708 Satel ite exhibit at Linden Row, Richmond, Virginia Snyderman – Works Gal ery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, New York, New York Peninsula School of Art, Fish Creek, Wisconsin Lexington Art League, Lexington, Kentucky Rockstone and Bootheel: Contemporary West Indian Art Dress Codes: Clothing as Metaphor in Contemporary Art (catalog) Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah, New York 2009 Complex Weave, travels through 2013 (catalog) Stedman Gal ery, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey Center for the Arts Gal ery, Towson University, Towson, Maryland Lore Degenstein Gal ery, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania Robeson Gal ery, Penn State University, University Park, Pennsylvania Fisher Gal ery, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California Krueger-Scott Mansion, Newark, New Jersey McLean County Arts Center, Bloomington, Il inois Cheongju International Craft Biennale (catalog) 2009 Taking Time, traveled through 2011 (catalog) Mil ennium Court Arts Centre, Portadown, Ireland University of Hertfordshire Gal eries, Hatfield, England Plymouth City Museum and Art Gal ery, Plymouth, England Bel evue Arts Museum, Bel evue, Washington Architecture and Design Museum, Los Angeles, California Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Col ege of Charleston, South Carolina Avery Research Center, Col ege of Charleston, South Carolina Ritter Gal ery, Florida Atlantic University Boca Raton, Florida SOFA Chicago with Snyderman-Works Gal eryNavy Pier, Chicago, Il inois Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon Museum of Art and Design, New York, New York Society for American Craft, Boston, Massachusetts Altered Geometry: Contemporary Sculpture from the Col ection Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin Mami Wata: Arts for Water Spirits (Traveled through 2011) UCLA Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, California National Museum of African Art, Washington, DC Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California Snyderman-Works Gal ery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Memphis Col ege of Art, Memphis, Tennessee NCA Gal ery, Puck Building, New York, New York Ice Box Project Space, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York Longwood Gal ery @ Hostos, Bronx, New York McLean County Arts Center, Bloomington, Il inois Nathan Cummings Foundation, New York, New York Cranbrook Museum of Art, Bloomfield Hil s, Michigan Reading Museum of Art, Reading, Pennsylvania NCA Gal ery, Puck Building, New York, New York Twisted Roots: WPA/Corcoran Exchange Project (catalog) SOFA NYC (Snyderman-Works Gal ery)Armory, New York, New York Artificial Afrika (catalog)Gigantic Art Space, New York, New York Snyderman-Works Gal ery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania A Decade of Art Wisconsin Academy Gal ery, Madison, Wisconsin Goldstein Museum of Design, St. Paul, Minnesota Gal ery 510, Decatur, Il inoisMoonstone Gal ery, Lake Geneva, WisconsinFiber Arts Center, Amherst, Massachusetts Black RussianGalerie Francoise, e.s.f., Brooklandvil e, Maryland Triennial Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, Wisconsin Destinies: Yoruba Art in America-Sonya Clark, Michael Harris, Moyo Ogundipe, and Moyo Okediji Myhren Gal ery, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado Sherry Leedy Contemporary, Kansas City, Missouri R. Duane Reed Gal ery, St. Louis, Missouri Contemporary Art of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, Wisconsin Gal ery at The Park School, Baltimore, Maryland Scottsdale Museum of Art, Arizona (traveled through 2005) Clark Atlanta University Art Gal ery, Georgia Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco, California Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana Forty Acres Art Gal ery, Sacramento, California Second Street Gal ery, Charlottesvil e, Virginia 7th International Mini-Textiles Triennial (catalog)Jean Lurcat Tapestry Museum, Angers, France (traveled through 2005) The Relevance of MakingPenland Gal ery, Penland, North Carolina The Audacious BeadBead Museum, Washington, D.C.
Target Gal ery at the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, Virginia The Bel es of Amherst Mead Art Museum, Amherst, Massachusetts Victor Val ey Museum, Apple Val ey California N.C.A. Gal ery, Fisher Building, Detroit, Michigan The Art Gal ery, University of Maryland, Col ege Park, Maryland Brookfield Craft Center, Brookfield, Connecticut Dairy Barn Southeastern Ohio Cultural Arts Center, Athens, Ohio (traveled through 2002) University of Alaska Museum, Fairbanks, Alaska York County Museum, Rock Hil , South Carolina Museum in the Community, Hurricane, West Virginia Women’s Work: Sonya Clark, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, and Gabriel e El ertson Gal ery 101, University of Wisconsin, River Fal s, Wisconsin 7th International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition University of Hawai Art Gal ery, Honolulu, Hawai (traveled through 2002) Kukui Grove Center Exhibition Hal , Lilue, Hawai National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan University of Arkansas, Little Rock, Arkansas Wright State University, Dayton, OhioMurray State University, Murray, Kentucky Art Center at Hargate, St. Paul’s School, Concord, New Hampshire Maui Arts and Cultural Center, Kahului, Hawai Hampton University Museum, Hampton, Virginia The Practiced Hand: Constructions and Sculptural Fiber South Bend Regional Art Museum, South Bend, Indiana American Craft Museum, New York, New York Penland Gal ery, Penland, North Carolina Col ege of Visual Art, St. Paul, Minnesota Gal ery of Design, University of Wisconsin-Madison Ancestral Images: Contemporary Interpretations George Spiva Center for the Arts, Joplin, Missouri Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity (catalog)Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey (traveled through 2002) Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Il inois St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, Missouri Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Anchorage, Alaska Carlos Museum, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia Detroit Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan Smithsonian Institution: National Museum of African Art, Washington, D.C. UCLA Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, California Le Corps HabiteGalerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Bijoux d’Art. Montreal, Canada Clarity of SeductionNetwork Gal ery, Pontiac, Michigan Natal Society of the Arts, Durban, South Africa Exposed Treasures: Sonya Clark, Liz Cherry Jones, Joyce Scott Pure Vision: American Bead Artists (catalog)Union Art Gal ery, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana (traveled through 2000) Ful er Museum of Art, Brockton, Massachusetts Lamont Gal ery, Exeter, New Hampshire Philbrook Museum, Tulsa, OklahomaLeedy Voulkos Art Center, Kansas City, Missouri Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz, California Decorative Arts Museum: Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, Florida New Eyes for Ancient Gods: Yoruba Orisa in Contemporary Art Afro American & African Studies Gal ery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (traveled through 1998) African American Cultural and Historical Museum, Washtenaw, Michigan Rituals and Celebrations of the African Diaspora South Shore Cultural Center, Chicago, Il inois Navy Pier, Representation: Anderson Gal ery, Chicago, Il inois Crosscurrents: Journeys Within the African Diaspora (catalog) Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, Indiana Art and Design Gal ery, School of Fine Arts, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas Peripheral Visions: Contemporary African American Artists Valencia Col ege Art Gal ery, Orlando, Florida 12th Annual Greater Midwest International Exhibition Art Center Gal ery, Central Missouri State, Warrensburg, Missouri Bel evue Art Museum, Bel evue, Washington (traveled through 1999) NIFTA (New Initiatives for the Arts) Ten Year Anniversary Exhibition Besser Museum, Alpena, Michigan (traveled through 1997) Northern Michigan University Art Museum, Marquette, Michigan Museum of African American History, Detroit, Michigan Meadows Gal ery, Greater Denton Arts Council, Denton, Texas Growing Into the 21st Century: New Acquisitions from 1990-1996 Hampton University Art Museum, Hampton, Virginia Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee Art ReflectsCranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hil s, Michigan Word/ImageN.C.A. Gal ery, Detroit, Michigan University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan (traveled through 1996) Museum of African American History, Detroit, MichiganJesse Besser Museum, Alpena, MichiganNorthwood University, Midland, Michigan John Wilson Center Gal ery, Washington, D.C. Celebration of StyleSande Webster Gal ery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Detroit Artists Market, Detroit, Michigan Expressions of Faith and a Marginalized Existence Detroit Artists Market, Detroit, Michigan Forum Gal ery, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hil s, Michigan Forum Gal ery, Bloomfield Hil s, Michigan beaded prayers project: www.beadedprayersproject.coma col aborative project designed and directed by Sonya Clark created by over 4500 participants from more than 30 countries Exhibits:Virginia Commonweath University Qatar Gal ery, Doha, Qatar, 2012Anderson Gal ery, VCU Arts, Richmond, Virginia, 2009University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2008Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey, 2008Icebox, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2008Haystack Community Center, Deer Isle, Maine, 2007Purdue University Gal eries, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2007Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 2007Queens Borough Public Library, Jamaica, New York, 2007Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco, California, 2006King Arts Complex, Columbus, Ohio, 2006Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Boston, Massachusetts, 2005NCA Gal ery, Detroit, Michigan, 2005Association of the Worldwide Study of the African Diaspora Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2005Florida A &M University, Tal ahassee, Florida, 2005Silver Cultural Arts Center, Plymouth, New Hampshire, 2004River Arts Center, Sauk City, Wisconsin, 2004Montreal Arts Interculturels, Montreal, Canada, 2004 Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 2003 Art Gal ery, Berea Col ege, Berea, Kentucky, 2003 McLean Arts Center, Bloomington, Il inois, 2003 St. Thomas University, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2002 American Library Association Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002 McDonogh School, Owings Mil s, Maryland, 2002Col ege of Art at Kwame Nkrumah University, Kumasi, Ghana, 2002 Creative Al iance, Baltimore, Maryland, 2001 Madison Municipal Building Gal ery, Madison, Wisconsin, 2001 Seippel Center for the Arts, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 2001Gal ery of Design, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 2000 Canberra School of Art, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 2000 Selected Beaded Prayers Project Lectures and Workshops: (over 75 lectures and workshops held) Wel esley Col ege, Wel esley, Massachusetts, 2005Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, 2003Milwaukee Area Technical Col ege. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2003Sheridan Global Middle School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2002Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 2002, 2003, 2004Waverly Center for Teen Parents, Baltimore, Maryland, 2002Columbia Col ege, Art Department, Chicago, Il inois, 2002 Boys and Girls Club, Madison, Wisconsin, 2002 St. Paul’s Schools, Brooklandvil e, Maryland, 2002, 2001 Col ege Art Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2002International Creators: 13th Annual Series, Harbourfront Center, Toronto, Canada, 2001Textile Program, Sheridan Col ege, Oakvil e, Canada, 2001 Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, Michigan, 2001 Packer Col egiate, Brooklyn, New York, 2001 City of Madison Minority Af airs Committee, Madison, Wisconsin, 2001 Vera Court Girl Neighborhood Power, Madison, Wisconsin, 2001 African American Ethnic Academy, Madison, Wisconsin, 2001 artWORKS Afterschool Program, Packer Community Center, Madison, Wisconsin, 2001 Upward Bound, Beloit Col ege, Beloit, Wisconsin, 2001 Fiber Program, Maryland Institute Col ege of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 2001 Seippel Center for the Arts, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 2001 Coolidge Elementary School, Detroit, Michigan, 2001 Jef erson School, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, 2001 Penland School of Craft, Penland, North Carolina, 2001 Textile Friends at Roslyn Chapel, Pencuik, Scotland, 2001 Mahindra United World Col ege, Pune, India, 2001YMI Cultural Center, Ashevil e, North Carolina, 2000Park School, Baltimore, Maryland, 2000University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2000Sauk City Middle School, Sauk City, Wisconsin, 2000Memorial High School, Madison, Wisconsin, 2000Greater Madison Urban League, Teen Parenting Program, Madison, Wisconsin, 2000Charlottesvil e High School, Charlottesvil e, Virginia, 2000River Fal s Public Library, River Fal s, Wisconsin, 2000Milwaukee County Historical Society, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2000Chazen Museum of Art, Madison, Wisconsin, 2000Columbus Art Museum, Columbus, Ohio, 1999Prevent Child Abuse Association, Madison, Wisconsin, 1999Greater Chicago Bead Society, Chicago, Il inois, 1999 Museums: America Craft Council, Baltimore, Maryland, 2008, 2012 American Folk Art Museum, New York, New York, 2006Chazen Museum of Art, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, 1997, 2008Delaware Center for Contemporary Art, 2013Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, Michigan, 1996,1999, 2001Ful er Craft Museum, Brockton, Massachusetts, 2010 Hampton Museum, Hampton, Virginia, 1996Harn Museum, Gainesvil e, Florida, 2009Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2002 McCol Visual Arts Center, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2012Mead Art Museum, Amherst Col ege, Amherst, Massachusetts, 2001 Memphis Brooks Museum, Memphis, Tennessee, 2012Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2011 Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002 Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts, Montreal, Canada, 1998 Museum of Arts and Design, New York, New York, 2008, 2009, 2010 Museum of Contemporary Craft, Portland, Oregon, 2008 National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, 2006Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri, 1997, 2002 Renwick Gal ery, Smithsonian National Museum of American Art, 2012Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, Washington, D.C., 1994, 1996.1997, 1999, 2009 The Textile Museum, Washington, D.C., 1996 UCLA Fowler Museum, Los Angeles, California, 2008 University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, Iowa, 2001 Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts, 2010Walters Museum, Baltimore, Maryland, 2008 Amherst Col ege, Amherst, Massachusetts, 2002, 2012Bard Graduate Center, New York, New York, 2012California Col ege of Art, Oakland, California, 2007 Col ege of Visual Arts, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, 1999 Cornel University, Ithaca, New York, 2010 Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hil s, Michigan, 1994, 1998, 2011Denver University, Denver, Colorado, 2003East Carolina State University, North Carolina, 2007 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, Michigan, 1997, 2003, 2013 Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, Missouri, 1996Marshal University, Huntington, West Virginia, 2004Maryland Institute Col ege of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 1999, 2002, 2010Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, 2012Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, 2006 Oregon Col ege of Art and Craft, Portland, Oregon, 2007 Pacific Northwest Col ege of Art, Portland, Oregon, 2011 Penland School of Crafts, Penland, North Carolina, 1998Philadelphia University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1994Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 2010School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Il inois, 1997Southwest School of Art, 2012Swarthmore Col ege, Pennsylvania, 2009Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, 2010Towson University, Towson, Maryland, 2010 Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, 2003Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, 2001University of Delaware, 2013University of Kansas – Lawrence, 1996University of Nebraska – Lincoln, 2007University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth, 2000 University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2002, 2003, 2009, 2013Winthrop University, Rock Hil , South Carolina, 2013 A Complex Weave: Women and Identity in Contemporary Art, Towson University, Maryland, 2010 Art of Fine Craft, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2009 American Craft Council Conference, 2006, 2009 Arts Council of the African Studies Association, 2001, 2007 Embodying the Sacred, VCU Anderson Gal ery, Richmond, Virginia, 2009 Recycling in African Art, Harn Museum, Gainesvil e, Florida, 2009 Making Past, Present and Future Conference, Haystack, Deer Isle, Maine, 2009 Panelist, Transformations, Maryland Institute Col ege of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, 2009 Craft and Design: Hand, Mind and Creative Process, Haystack, Deer Isle, Maine, Porter Col oquium on African American Art, Howard University, Washington, Col ege Art Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2002N. C. A. National Conference, Detroit, Michigan, 1994, 1997, Bead Society of Chicago, Chicago, Il inois, 1998 Mid-Year Art Conference, Detroit Public Schools, Detroit, Michigan, 1998 Fiber Now: Student Conference, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hil s, Michigan, 1994Surface Design Association Conference, Lawrence, Kansas, 1997 ed. Douglas, Diane and Vicki Halper. Choosing Craft: A History in Artists' Words, University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hil ), 2009, pp 37-39 “Hand-me-downs: our stories held in objects, materials and processes” Haystack Monograph #17, 2004, pp. 4 – 8“In Review: Nick Sargent”, Sonya Clark, Surface Design Journal, Vol. 28, No. 1, Fal 2003, pp. 54 – 55“Beneath Pattern: Investigating Symmetry”, Sonya Clark, Surface Design Journal, Summer 2000“Sonya Clark in Her Own Words”, Doran Ross ed., Wrapped in Pride”, UCLA Fowler Museum, 1998, pp. 184 – 185“Portfolio: Sonya Clark”, American Craft, Vol. 57, No. 5, October/November 1997, p. 100“Sculptural Headdresses” Sonya Clark, Ornament, Vol. 20, No. 3, Spring 1997, pp. 32 – 37“Informed Sources”, Sonya Clark, Surface Design Journal, Vol. 21, No. 1 BooksSims, Lowery and Leslie King Hammond. Global Africa Project, Prestel, 2010, pp. 184-185, 215 and back coverJegede, Dele. Encyclopedia of African American Artists: Artists of the American Mosaic, Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut, 2009Holt Skov,Steven and Mara Holt Skov. Manufractured: The Conspicuous Transformation of Everyday Objects, Chronicle Books, 2008, pp. 9 – 19 Drewal, Henry. Mami Wata: Arts for Water Spirits in Africa and its Diasporas, University of California Press, 2008, pp. 191 – 193 McFadden, David. Second Lives: Remixing the Ordinary, Museum of Arts and Design Press, 2008, pp. 76 – 79Douglas, Diane and Vicki Halper. Choosing Craft: A History in Artists' Words, University of North Carolina Press (Chapel Hil ), 2008.
Wel s, Carol Wilcox, Masters: Beadweaving, Lark Books, 2008, pp. 104 – 111Cannarel a, Deborah. Beading for the Soul, Interweave Press, 2005, pp. 96 – 99, 146Wilcox Wel s, Carol. 500 Beaded Objects, Lark Books, 2004, pp. 17, 34 – 35 Felix, Marc. Kongo Kingdom Art from Ritual to Cutting Edge, 2003, p. 327 Lewis, Samel a African American Art and Artists, University of California Press, 2003, pp. 310 – 313Afolabi, Niyi, ed. The Marvels of the African World. Africa World Press, 2002, p. 395-407Harris, Juliette and Pamela Johnson, ed. Tenderheaded: A Col ection of Hair Stories, Pocketbooks, 2001, p. 159Visona, Monica Blackmun, et al. A History of Art in Africa, Abrams, 2000, p. 523Orban, Nancy, ed. Fiberarts Design Book Six, Lark Books, 1999, p. 20 Powel , Richard. “Hampton University Museum”, To Conserve a Legacy, M. I. T. Press, 1999, pp. 22 – 23Campbel , Mavis. "Biographical Sketches", Black Women of Amherst Col ege, Amherst Col ege Press, 1999, pp. 196 – 202Nouvel Objet, Seoul, Korea: DesignHouse Publications, 1997, pp. 44 – 47 Journals and NewspapersHermanson, Marissa, “Crowning Craftmanship”, R Home, September/October 2013Cheng, Scarlett, “Artist Sonya Clark weaves tales with textiles, hair at CAFAM”, Los Angeles Times, Arts/Culture section, July 7, 2013Ol man, Leah, “Review: Physical, metaphorical fuse in work of Sonya Clark”, Los Angeles Times, Arts/Culture section, July 5, 2013 Cohn, Susan, The Daily Journal, April 20, 2013Jenkins, Mark, “Sonya Clark”, Washington Post, Museum Section, February 28, 2013“Voices”, American Craft, December /January 2013. Vol 72. No. 6., p 24Newton, Karen. “Women in the Arts 2012”, Bel e Magazine, September 2012, p. 18.
“Focus: Africa your name is Amazing”, Design 166 (Taiwan), p. 30, August 2012.
Pulcinel a, Beth. “Review: Magical Visions”, International Review of African American Art, Vol. 24, No.1, 2012. p. 9.
Cutler, Jody. “Talking Art with Antoinette Young”, International Review of African American Art, Vol. 24, No.1, 2012. p. 39, 41Buszek, M. E. "Labor is my medium", Archives of American Art Journal, Spring 2012, Vol. 51, p. 70.
Drewal, H. J. “Creating Mami Wata: An Interactive, Sensory Exhibition”, Museum Anthropology, 2012, Vol. 35: 49–57Isaacs, J. Susan. “In Review: Sonya Clark, Snyderman Gal ery”, Surface Design Journal. Spring 2012, p. 54.
Childs, Adrienne. Exhibition Review, Journal of Modern Craft, Vol 5. Issue 1, March 2012, pp. 109-111Schreiber, Barbara. “Inspired Works by S. Clark and Q. Henriquez have scholarly underpinnings”, February 7, 2012 Weaver, AM. Review: “Sonya Clark”, January 30, 2012 Persinger, Ryanne. “From Lincoln to Obama, images wil ‘Converge’”, January 26, 2012Robinson, Mark. “National Grant Winner Hopes to Enrich Richmond Arts Community,” January 23, 2012Bennett, Steve. “Clark Weaves History and Culture,” January 20, 2012Andrews, Scott. “Clark Weaves African-American DNA into Confederate Flag”,, January 12, 2012Prestige, Hol y. “VCU Artist is awarded no-strings $50,000 grant”, , December 6, 2011, front page.
“VCU professor named USA fel ow”, The Richmond Voice, December 14, 2011, p. 10 Hirsh, Jennie. Review: “Material Girls”, Art in America, November 2011.
Byrd, Cathy. Review: “Material Girls”, Sculpture, November 2011, Vol 30. No. 9, pp. 64-65.
Schil er, Rebecca. “A Strand of Hair”, November 10, 2011.
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