Cat Mailloux, M.F.A.Assistant Professor of Studio Art
Cat Mailloux was born and raised in the heart of the midwest, central Minnesota. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire with a B.F.A. in Sculpture and a Certificate in Art Education in 2014. In 2018, she earned her M.F.A. in Sculpture from The Ohio State University. Her work has been exhibited at a regional level throughout central Ohio and at a national level in Minnesota, Wisconsin, New York and Tennessee. In 2019 she participated as a Writer-in-Residence at Vermont Studio Center and as a Print Fellow at the Columbus Printed Arts Center. Her visual work is a hybrid practice that reaches across drawing, sewing, sculpture and language to explore spaces between the material and the spiritual.
Education and Credentials:
M.F.A. in Sculpture, The Ohio State University.
B.F.A. in Sculpture and Certificate in Art Education, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
- Solo Exhibition, "Give me your hand, sister", Portmanteau Project Space, Dayton, OH, 2020
- Solo Exhibition, "Clerestory", Columbus Printed Arts Center, Columbus, OH, 2020
- Selected Group Exhibition, "Pattern/Place", Roy G Biv, Columbus, OH, 2019
- Artist Talk, "Necessary Material", Minneapolis College of Art and Design, Minneapolis, MN, 2020
- Vermont Studio Centers Writers Program, Johnson, Vermont, 2019
Having grown up in Minnesota, the "land of 10,000 lakes", I love spending time on the water. I also come from a big family and treasure sitting in the backyard with my mother, siblings, and nieces.I have an affinity for sewing and weaving, and run a community sewing class in my neighborhood at the local recreation center.
Contemporary art and sculpture, intersections of art and faith.
It has been a longstanding desire to work at the intersection of art and faith. Joining Cedarville as a faculty member in studio art is an answer to that prayer. For me, art making is akin to breathing and Christianity is my mother-tongue. It is a privilege to be able to serve in an institution that upholds individuals as image bearers and creators, in a context that seeks to integrate faith into every aspect of daily life.