- Susan Banks, a native of South Florida, has been working in ceramics for over 25 years
- Free and open to the public retrospective at the New World Gallery, downtown Miami, untill May 15th
From April 30th to May 15th, New World Gallery -25 NE 2nd Street in downtown Miami- will hold an exhibition on Susan Banks, free and open to the public. A retrospective body of work by NWSA visual arts / sculpture professor, Susan Banks, explores the wonders of nature and its many interpretations and ramifications.
Susan Banks, a native of South Florida, has been working in ceramics for over 25 years. Her sculptures have been exhibited nationally and she is the recipient of two Florida Individual Artist Fellowships. Her work is included in many private and Museum collections, which include the Florida International University (FIU) Conference Center in Miami, Florida, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Miami, Florida and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art in San Angelo, Texas. She is an active member of NCECA (National Council for the Education of the Ceramic Arts), Florida Craftsmen, Inc. and the Florida Art Education Association. She has been teaching at the New World School of the Arts for 22 years, is a full Professor and recipient of an Endowed Teaching Chair. She received her BFA in Ceramics from FIU and an MFA in Ceramics from University of Miami.