Anticipated Fall 2019


Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ceramics

University of Central Arkansas, Conway, Arkansas




“Plate & Platter: National Juried Ceramics Exhibition”

Carbondale Community Arts Artspace 304

Carbondale, Illinois

Chandra Debuse, Juror


“The Floor is Lava”

Schichtl Upstairs Studios

Conway, Arkansas

Isabella Cilia, Curator

“2018 UCA Student Competitive”

The Baum Gallery

Conway, Arkansas

Sharon Louden, Juror



The Black Box. Conway, Arkansas



Windgate Scholarship

Senior scholarship awarded on the recommendation and vote of full-time art faculty.

UCA Performance in Art Scholarship

Awarded on the recommendation and vote of the full-time art faculty. 3-5 hours a week working as assistant to assigned professor.


Arrowmont Workshop Scholarship             

Awarded on the recommendation and vote of the full-time art faculty.




“Chandra DeBuse Workshop”

SIU Ceramics Studio

Carbondale, Illinois

Chandra DeBuse, Instructor

Hand building platters and cups with porcelain using hump molds, slump molds, and cut templates. Demonstration for sgraffito and wax inlay discussing the subject of work and illustrations.


“Peter Pincus Workshop”

UCA Ceramics Studio

Conway, Arkansas

Peter Pincus, Instructor

Plaster and casting demonstration accompanied by financial discussion.

“Decals in Atmosphere”

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts

Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Justin Rothshank, Instructor

Soda firing and decal workshop lead by Justin Rothshank demonstrating the depth that can be achieved with commercial and made decals, as well as low temperature soda firing.

“Drawing in Thread”

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts

Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Joetta Maue, Instructor

Embroidery workshop lead by Joetta Maue exploring line quality, value, and concept attached to the use of thread and fibers in one’s practice.

“The Sewing Circle”

The Black Box

Conway, Arkansas

Wes Hart, Instructor

Skill sharing workshop demonstrating the basics of embroidery.



The Foundation of the Arts, Jonesboro, Arkansas

Encourage children grades K-12 to be creative and make artwork they are proud to call their own.

Plan lessons each week for three different age groups during summer and fall semesters.

Ensure all materials needed for class are purchased and ready; general maintenance of studio.