Ché Rhodes, M.F.A.

Associate Professor

About

Ché Rhodes received his Bachelor of Art degree in 1995 from Centre College in Danville, Kentucky under the direction of Stephen Powell. He then went on to study with Jon F. Clark at Tyler School of Art, Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1998 and 1999, he was employed as an instructor at Tyler School of Art and Hot Soup Studios in Philadelphia. Ché is currently represented by the Tobin Hewett Gallery in Louisville, Kentucky. Recent solo exhibition venues include Gallery HQ and Millenic Glass, both in Kansas City, Kansas. He is a former member of the Glass Art Society Board of Directors and was head of the Glass Department at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale from 1999 through 2004. Ché is starting a glass program at the University of Louisville during the spring semester of 2005.

Visit Ché Rhodes personal website.

Teaching Areas

ART 311: Introduction to Glassmaking Techniques
ART 511: Advanced Glassmaking Techniques
ART 512: Directed Study in Glass
ART 611: Workshop in Glass
ART 612: Professional Practice in Glass

Research

Hot Glass • Sculpture • Instillation

Exhibitions

Huntsville Museum of Art. South by Southeast Glass Exhibition, Huntsville AL, 2015.
Cressman Center for Visual Arts- two person exhibition,  2014.
Muskegon Museum of Art 50x50. Muskegon Michigan, 2012.
KMAC 50 Years of Studio Glass  4/21 Louisville, KY, 2012.
Pyro Gallery Group exhibition 5/24 Louisville, KY, 2012.
Portland Museum: 200 Years of Art in Portland,  2012.
Centre Glass Exhibition for Glass Art Society Conference, 2010.
Flame Run Gallery, Louisville, KY, 2010.