Day Job exhibition above, The Drawing Center, curated by Nina Katchadourian. For nformation
on Dawn's latest solo, please read below or download the exhibition PDF here.
Art Department, above, a work featured in the exhibition Day Job at The Drawing Center, New York and was included
in UAMO Festival 2013 - Playtime, Munich, Germany and the painting was one of many works featured in a solo
exhibition of Dawn Hunter's work at the Delaware Contemporary Art Center, and was featured at the Leedy-Voulkos
Art Center as part of the Onward: Kansas City Art Institute Foundation 50th Anniversary exhibition. Additionally, Art
Department was featured on the cover of literary journal Crazyhorse, #86, published by College of Charleston.
Above, Blue Cerberus, one of Dawn's works featured in the Upstairs [artspace] exhibition,
Storytellers. Learn more about the exhibition: click here. To learn more about Blue Cerberus
please visit dawnhunterart.blogspot.
Above, is an installation shot from solo show at the University of West Georgia.
Below, are installation shots from solo show at the DCCA.
recent studio work about Ramón y Cajal.
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MORE NEWS: Dawn Hunter awarded the 2017-18
Fulbright España Senior Research Scholar Fellowship
to the Cajal Institute, Madrid, Spain.
Above, spread from Jasper magazine featuring new work from Cajal series, click on image to link to the full article.
The above drawing is by Dawn Hunter: In the work Hunter re-creates three times a mini self-portrait from
Cajal's first sketchbook from Valencia, and juxtaposes those images by recreating Cajal's neuron
drawings and drawings silhouettes of cast shadows from the original mold of Cajal's death mask. The
work is comprised of ink, pen and gold leaf on paper, 2018.
NEWS: Dawn Hunter's project on Santiago Ramón y Cajal featured in an
article by Aggie Mika for TheScientist. For more information see below:
Alma mater, Kansas City Art Institute, profiles Dawn
Hunter on the KCAI alumni page.
MORE NEWS: Dawn Hunter, a scheduled presenter at the 17th
National Congress of the Spanish Society of Neuroscience, Alicante,
Dawn Hunter presents "Cajal's Unique and Inventive Visual Language"
on September 29, 2017 at the National Congress of Spanish
Neuroscience, Alicante, Spain. Photo by Juan De Carlos Segovía.
NEWS: Dawn Hunter writes Drawn To, Drawn From Experience
detailing her perceptions of Santiago Ramón y Cajal's drawings
for the National Library of Medicine, Washington, D.C.