ABOUT 

Jacqueline W. Nuzzo is an artist and designer who recently moved to Seattle, WA. Primarily working in illustration, graphic art, and collage, her work experiments with the human form, interconnectedness, tension, and how text can be used to develop a visual narrative.

Nuzzo was involved in the Minneapolis arts community while she lived there from 2017-2020. She's exhibited her work in galleries such as White Bear Center for the Arts, Gamut Gallery, Sure Space Gallery, FontLove Studio, the Northrup King Building (where she was featured in In Studio Magazine) and was also selected for the 2019-2020 Studio #400 Program by Public Functionary and the 2018 Proof Public artist residency. Jacqueline has designed promotional materials for bands in the Twin Cities such as Bad Advice Club. Nuzzo has also shown at the Helen Day Art Center in Stowe, Vermont, where she and her family lived, and her work was chosen for the cover of the Summer/Fall 2018 issue of Stowe Guide & Magazine

Currently, Jacqueline is the Lead Digital Artist & Content Manager at Grand Image. Past experience includes being a Lead Producer at Next Day Animations, a gallery assistance at the Walker Art Center, and her earlier experience in biology included General Mills and the University of Minnesota. Nuzzo received her BA in Studio Art and Biology from St. Olaf College in 2017.

You can email Jacqueline at jwnuzzo@gmail.com.

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

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EDUCATION

2017  BA Studio Art and Biology, BA Concentration China Studies, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN. 

 

RESIDENCIES

2019 - 20  Studio #400 Program by Public Functionary, Minneapolis, MN (March 2019 – 2020)

2018  Proof Public Artist Residency, Minneapolis, MN (June 11 – November 18)

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

 

2020  Featured Winter Artist: Jacqueline Nuzzo, Greenway Yoga, Minneapolis, MN

2019  Recent Works by Jacqueline Nuzzo, Sure Space Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

2017  Flow x Fluidity, Buntrock Cage Gallery, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

 

2020  C4W:2020, Gamut Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

2020  Disquietude, White Bear Center for the Arts, White Bear Lake, MN

2020  Studio 400 Annual Showcase, Sure Space Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

2019  Living In Our Bodies, Greenway Yoga, Minneapolis, MN

2019  Studio 400 Collective, Studio 400 Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

2019  Visible Print Shop: A Pop-Up Exhibition, Northrup King Building, Minneapolis, MN

2019  GIFC by 0-0 LA, Sure Space Gallery, Minneapolis, MN

2018  Artists in Residence Exhibition, FontLove Studio, Minneapolis, MN

2017  Member’s Art Show, Helen Day Art Center, Stowe, VT

2017  Senior Studies Exhibition, Flaten Art Museum, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

2017  The Quarry Literary Arts Magazine, Groot Gallery, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

2017  St. Olaf Juried Show, Groot Gallery, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

BIBLIOGRAPHY

2019  Gabby Coll, “Leaders of the New School: Studio 400,” In Studio Magazine Spring 2019, 23. Print.

2019  2019 NEMAA Member Directory & Art-A-Whirl® Guide, 26, 86. Print.

2019  Emily K. Mohl, Kate E. Noel, Jacqueline W. Nuzzo, Sara E. Scanga, Danielle E.  Garneau, Patricia A. Saunders, Aimee Phillippi, Andrew C. McCall, Kaitlin Stack Whitney, Tracy B. Gartner, et al. 2019. Geographic variation in growth responses to damage of common milkweed (Asclepias syriaca). Manuscript submitted for publication.

2018  Stowe Guide & Magazine, Summer/Fall 2018. Stowe Reporter LLC. Cover image. Print.

2017  The Reed Undergraduate Journal of Existentialism. 2017. St. Olaf College. Cover image. Print.

PANELS AND PRESENTATIONS

2020  “Disquietude Virtual Artist Panel”, panelist, Whitebear Center for the Arts, September 24.

2018  “Community Arts Grant Panel”, Metropolitan Regional Arts Council Capital Grant Review, panelist, St. Paul, MN.

2018  “Entrepreneurship & Freelancing in the Arts,” Making it in the Arts, panelist, St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN, September 18.

SELECTED PRESS

https://whitebeararts.org/2020/08/disquietude/

https://www.mplsart.com/events/jacqueline-nuzzo-at-sure-space