Emily A. Gibson has exhibited her work at Recess, Temporary Agency, the LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Spattered Columns exhibition space, Spring Break, and the E. Tay gallery in New York City, as well as, the Revolving Museum and Berkshire Museum in New England.  She has received grants from the Berkshire Taconic Foundation, and the Leopold Schepp Foundation.  Gibson holds a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art. As a graduate student, she received a scholarship to travel and study in Japan and China.  Following graduate school, she moved to New York and set up studio space with other artists in a building with a view of 125th street.  As the recipient of a fellowship program through Studio in School she also began teaching art in the South Bronx.  Other teaching posts have included work at the Cooper Hewitt Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, and teaching residencies at the Guggenheim.  At the City College of New York she instructed artists on the strategies for making art, as well as on the art of teaching.  She is full-time professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art.  Gibson was born in Pennsylvania, and grew up in a town founded in the 1700's and still surrounded by Amish farmland.  Her work ranges from abstractions made with salt, ink, and breaths of exhaled air to portraiture that reflects the relationships, and anonymity of the digital age.  

2004  Pratt Institute   Brooklyn, NY  
2003  M.F.A.   Sculpture   Massachusetts College of Art 
1997   Apprenticeship   The Fabric Workshop   Philadelphia, PA 
1996   B.F.A.   General Fine Arts   Maryland Institute College of Art 

Studio in a School Merit Award 
George Nick Prize Finalist and Honorable Mention 
Leopold Schepp Foundation Scholarship      
Massachusetts College of Art Traveling Scholarship    
Vermont Studio Center Full Fellowship      
Artist’s Resource Trust of the Berkshire Taconic Foundation  
Emerging Artists Exhibition Merit Award, Michael Price Gallery  
Provincetown Art Association Exhibition Merit Award        
Golden Pen Merit Award 

Verblist   ETAY GALLERY   New York, NY
Governing Body   TEMPORARY AGENCY   Queens, NY
Looking Forward   SAFE HAVEN ACNY   Bronx, NY
Small Works Show   COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY   New York, NY
Here & Everywhere   SPATTERED COLUMNS  New York, NY
Chain Letter   SAMSON PROJECTS   Boston, MA
Paper and Pulp   SALT SPACE   New York, NY 
Perspectives   WORKSPACE HARLEM   New York, NY 
Political Pin-up   PROSPECT RANGE   Brooklyn, NY 
Faculty Exhibition   WEILL GALLERY   New York, NY 
Lordship and Bondage   NEIMAN GALLERY   New York, NY 
George Nick Prize   DORAN GALLERY   Boston, MA 
Thesis Show   DORAN GALLERY   Boston, MA 
Yourself, Autoritratto   SESTO SENSO   Bologna, Italy 
Lingo   ONI GALLERY   Boston, MA 
Group Show   TOWER GALLERY   Boston, MA 
Group Show   PROVINCETOWN ART MUSEUM  Provincetown, MA 
Emerging Artists   MICHAEL PRICE GALLERY   Boston, MA 
Open Studios Group Show   THE DISTILLERY   Boston, MA 
Sculpture on Wheels   THE REVOLVING MUSEUM   Boston, MA 
Revelation for Revolution   THE REVOLVING MUSEUM   Boston, MA

City College of New York, Adjunct Instructor
Maine College of Art, Instructor
Museum of Modern Art, Educator 
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Learning through Art Teaching Artist
The Jewish Museum, Sculpture Instructor 
Studio in a School, Art Partnership Initiative Teaching Fellow 

Georgetown University
Columbia University, Teachers College
Maine College of Art