CV and Biography

Mandy Rogers Horton has shown nationally including exhibits in Nashville, Louisville, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Madison, WI and elsewhere. Her work is primarily in paint and mixed media however installation and site-specific considerations are significant in her exhibitions. Earning her MFA from American University in Washington D.C., she also studied at Anderson University, IN, The Queen’s University of Belfast, and The Chautauqua Institute, NY. Rogers Horton is the recipient of Tennessee Arts Commission Professional Development Support Grant and a residency at The Vermont Studio Center. Her work has been featured in The Tennessean, Nashville Arts Magazine, and The Nashville Scene. Ms. Rogers Horton is a founding member and former president (2019-2021) of COOP Gallery, a non-profit curatorial collective in Nashville. She is represented by Chauvet Gallery in Nashville, TN, where she lives with her husband and their young children. For more than fifteen years, she has taught a variety of Studio Art and Art History courses at universities including Belmont University, Lipscomb University, and MTSU.

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Abbreviated CV follows:

EDUCATION

2003 Master of Fine Arts, Painting, American University, Washington DC Italy Program, second year   

1999 BA Psychology, Art, Anderson University, Anderson, IN 

1998 Fall Semester Abroad, Queen’s University of Belfast, Ireland 


RESIDENCIES 

2006 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

1999 The Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY 


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: 

2021 Lecturer/ Studio Technician and Safety Manager, Belmont University, Nashville 

2005-07, 2009-2021 Adjunct Instructor of Art, Belmont University, Nashville, TN  

2009-2021 Adjunct Instructor of Art, Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN Study abroad semesters in Vienna, Austria(2009), Santiago, Chile (2011) and Florence, Italy (2017) 

2021 Adjunct Instructor of Art, University of Alabama, Huntsville, AL 

2007-09 Assistant Professor of Art, one-year full-time temporary position Middle Tennessee University, Murfreesboro, TN 

2003-07, 2009-10, 2012-13 Adjunct Instructor of Art, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN 

2005-07 Governor’s School for the Arts, Hosted by Middle Tennessee State University 

2003-06 Adjunct Instructor of Art Watkins College of Art & Design, Nashville, TN 

2001 Teaching Assistant to Deborah Kahn and Barbara Rose American University, Washington DC and Italy Programs 


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS 

2010- present Coop Gallery, Nashville, TN Founding member since 2010 and Co-president 2018 - 2021  Curator of Draw Three: Works on Paper by Rebecca Morgan, Chris Scarborough, and Trent Miller, May, 2014; Host/ Preparator of All the Good Times (sound based video installation and performance) by Justin Randolph Thompson and Bradly Dever Treadaway, December 2017 


SERVICE 

2001- present Guest Artist and Instructor Masterpiece Ministries Org., Youth Art Programs, Lebanon,TN 2008 Exterior Mural and consultation on facilities revitalization for Preston Taylor Ministries, Nashville, TN 


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS 

2021 Chaos and Order, Chauvet Gallery, Nashville, TN 

2020 20 Distinctive Women Arts Changing the World, Chauvet Gallery, Nashville, TN 

2018 The Familiar Unknown, University of Alabama, Huntsville, AL (solo) Ghost of Possibility, The Arts Company, Nashville, TN (solo) 

2017 Flying Solo, Nashville International Airport, TN Rise and Fall, Diane Endres Ballweg Gallery, Madison Central Library, WI, (solo) 

2016 General, Particular, Permanent, Passing, The Green Building Gallery, Louisville, KY (solo) 2015 New Work, two person exhibit with Jodi Hayes, The Arts Company, Nashville, TN 

2014 Patchwork and Frankenstein, The Arts Company, Nashville, TN (solo) “What’s in the Matter?”, Staple Goods Gallery, New Orleans, LA Of Things to Come, The Arts Company, Nashville, TN 

2013 New Paintings and Collaborative Installation with Angela Burks, Twist Gallery, Nashville, TN Seamless, Three Person Exhibit, Du Mois Gallery, New Orleans, LA Squint: Waking Dreams of Caffeinated Hippies, Zephyr Gallery, Louisville, KY

2012 Dog is in the Details, Coop Collective Exchange Show, Grizzly Grizzly Gallery, Philadelphia, PA The Waking, Group Exhibit, Du Mois Gallery, New Orleans, LA 

2011 I Want/ I Need, New Work and Collaborative Installation with Angela Burks, Twist Gallery, Nashville, TN 

2010 Facing the Animal, Mandy Rogers Horton and Angela Burks, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY 2009 Mandy Rogers Horton and Rocky Horton: Drawings and Paintings, Twist Gallery, Nashville,TN 

2008 Tennessee Abstract Painting, Cheekwood Museum, Nashville, TN (catalogue) Luminous Things, Volunteer State College, Gallatin, TN (solo) 

2007 Reconfigured, The Basement Gallery, Knoxville, TN Luminous Things, Twist Gallery, Nashville, TN (solo) Gambit Series, Nashville, TN, November, 2006 and May 2007 


PRESS 2015 

 Joe Nolan, “Crawl Space: Cool against the Cold,” January 30, 2015 http://www.nashvillescene.com/nashville/whatever-the-weather-dont-let-it-keep-you-away-from-februarys-first-saturday-art-crawl/Content?oid=4042850 

 Karen Parr-Moody, “In a Room Full of Rooms” October, 2015 http://nashvillearts.com/2015/09/mandy-rogers-horton-in-a-room-full-of-rooms/ 2014

 MiChelle Jones, “Imagined Interiors,” The Tennessean, 12/10/2014 http://www.tennessean.com/story/life/arts/2014/12/11/artist-shares-imagined-interiors-arts-company/20209653/ 

Tina Gionis, Nashville Visual Arts Blog, December 2014 http://nashvilleartists.blogspot.com/2014/12/mandy-rogers-horton-mix ed-media-artist.html 2011 Joe Nolan, Critic’s Pick, The Nashville Scene, December 2011 http://www.nashvillescene.com/nashville/mandy-rogers-horton-angela-burks-and-julia-smith/Event?oid=2751336 2009 

 Tennessee Abstract Painters, Catalog, Essay by Weirich, Jochen, Curator, Cheekwood Museum of Art, 2009 


SELECTED COLLECTIONS 

Janet and Jim Ayers 

Emily Leonard and Sloan Southard 

Rae Anne Rubinstein 

 Pinnacle Financial Partners, Nashville, TN 

The Omni Hotel, Nashville, TN 

Twelve Twelve, Nashville, TN 

The Viridian Building, Nashville, TN