Linda Seebauer Hansen

Jeweler. Educator. Sculptor.

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Biography

Linda Seebauer Hansen is a Minnesota based artist who divides her time between teaching and working in the studio.  She holds an MFA in visual arts from the University of Wisconsin Madison and a BFA from the University of Wisconsin La Crosse.  Her work has been exhibited nationally including Harper College, In Tandem Gallery, Chicago Avenue Fire Arts Center, University Rochester Center Gallery, Larson Art Gallery, Textile Center, De Ricci Gallery, Matrix Gallery, AIA Gallery and Catherine G. Murphy Gallery, among others.  In support of her studio practice and scholarship she received an Individual Fellowship grant from the Wisconsin State Arts Board and the Barrett Morgan Award for exemplary leadership while teaching at the Worcester Center for Crafts in Massachusetts.  Linda is a Women's Art Institute alumni; international craft school resident and studio assistant at Penland School of Craft; and Art and Art History Department faculty at St. Catherine University where she is also involved with its Women-Centered Learning Communities.  In addition to working in her studio, she offers classes and workshops at teaching studios and art centers sharing technical and creative processes and her excitement for discovery through connections and materials.

For a complete summary of experience, skills and exhibitions see:  CV Linda Seebauer Hansen