2014 Artist Inc., Mid-America Arts Alliance and the City of Austin
2012 Leadership Austin, Austin, Texas
1999 The University of Texas at Austin, M.F.A. Studio Art; Painting and Sculpture
1996 Private studio courses with painter Sam Scott, Santa Fe, New Mexico
1995 St. John’s College, Santa Fe, New Mexico, M.A. in Liberal Arts; Philosophy, Theology, Literature, Natural Sciences and Political Sciences
1991 Kansas City Art Institute, B.F.A. Studio Art; Painting and Sculpture
1999-present Artist. Fisterra Studio Projects, Austin, Texas
Design and create art in all media. Collaborate with artists, architects and experts on unique projects including commissions, installations, community art projects, and exhibitions.
2010-2015 Art Futurist. Generous Art, Austin, Texas
Founded nonprofit to empower artists and sustain communities. Developed concept, site, relationships with nonprofits, artists, and community. Taught “Raising Artists” professional development; produced fundraisers and exhibitions.
SELECTED EXHIBITION RECORD
2016 E.A.S.T. East Austin Studio Tour, Austin, Texas (annually since 2003)
XYZ Atlas: Hedonic Map of Austin Finale, Barton Springs, Austin, Texas
SXSW Interactive and Music: Featured art installation: XYZ Atlas, Austin, Texas
SXSW Eco: Outdoor Placemaking Lounge by Southwest Airlines; finalist for Place by Design in Art and Interaction, Austin, Texas
2015 Public Sentiment Campaign, TEMPO commissioned by Art In Public Places, exhibited in city parks and recreation centers throughout Austin, Texas
You Are Here, Solo Show at the Wright Gallery at the Texas A&M University Architecture Department, College Station, Texas
2014 Artist in Residence at Elisabet Ney Museum, Austin, Texas
Hedonic Map of Austin, The University of Texas at Austin Department of Psychology, Austin, Texas
Four Gates, Austin City Hall, Austin, Texas
2013 Hedonic Map of Austin, Solo Show, Co-Lab Projects, Austin, Texas
Sacred Space, Solo Show, Julia C. Butridge Gallery, Dougherty Art Center, Austin, Texas
People’s Gallery, Austin City Hall, Austin, Texas (annually since 2006)
2012 Seeing is Believing, Wells Mason Gallery, Austin, Texas
2011 Hell, Heaven, Bang Art Gallery, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Affordable Arts Fair, Decorazon Gallery, New York, New York
Departure, GrayDuck Gallery, Austin, Texas
2010 Art Outside, Thorndale, Texas
Wayfinding, Courtyard Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
Carnival Balloon Game, Art City Austin, Austin, Texas
2009 Art Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Art City Austin, Austin, Texas
2008 Bridge Art Fair, Decorazon Gallery, The Catalina and Maxine Hotels, Miami, Florida
Red Dot Art Fair, Decorazon Gallery, Radisson Edwardian Grafton, London, England
Shine + Burn, Decorazon Gallery, Dallas, Texas
2007 Few, Some, Many, More; Creative Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin
TXO: Texas Originals, Texas State Capitol, Austin, Texas
2006 All Together Now, Creative Research Laboratory, The University of Texas at Austin
The Floating Chair, Design Within Reach, Austin, Texas
2005 Organic, Julia C. Butridge Gallery, Dougherty Art Center, Austin, Texas
2003 Secret Furniture, Gallery Lombardi, and the Design Center, Austin, Texas
1999 Seven to Watch, curated by Annette Carlozzi, UTSA Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, Texas
SELECTED GRANTS, AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
2016 Mid-America Arts Alliance, Artistic Innovations
Office of Public Art, Pittsburgh: Temporary Public Art for Wilkinsburg, PA
Cultural Arts Division Grant, City of Austin (annually since 2012)
2014 Drawing Lines, ArtPlace Project, Austin, Texas
2013 Partners In The Arts Award, City of Austin
Featured Artist at the Annual Garden Party with gallery exhibition and “Insights” Artist’s Talk, Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum, Austin, Texas
2012 New Philanthropist Award, Entrepreneur Category, Giving City Austin (Generous Art)
2011 Finalist, Big Austin Big Idea Contest (Generous Art)
2003 Design Team Artist, East 7th Street Corridor Project, Art in Public Places, Austin, Texas
Blackwell, Kathy. “Jennifer Chenoweth: No one understand Austinites’ passion for place like this visual cheap tramadol fedex overnight artist whose XYZ Atlas shows where locals have experienced their highs and lows across the city,” Art of the City Edition, Austin Way Magazine, plus 10 Greengale national publications, June 2016.
Anderson-Ramos, Sam. “Jennifer Chenoweth’s XYZ Atlas,” Austin Chronicle, May 2016.
Sokolove, Sofia. “A Conversation with Jennifer Chenoweth,” Tribeza, April 2016.
Hampshire, Anne Marie. “The Art of Hospitality,” Edible Austin, November, 2015.
Lewis, Randolph. “An Emotional Map of Austin,” The End of Austin Journal, December, 2013.
Faires, Robert. “Art Lives Here: Jennifer Chenoweth’s Home Embodies the East Austin Studio Tour,” The Austin Chronicle, cover story, November 15, 2013.
Faires, Robert. “Right There: A Hedonic Map of Pleasure and Pain in Austin, Texas, Jennifer Chenoweth marks the places in town where we feel the most feelings,” The Austin Chronicle, October 11, 2013.
Quinton, Luke. “Artist Jennifer Chenoweth maps Austin’s emotional hot spots,” Austin American-Statesman, October 12, 2013.
Smith, Cassie. “Oct. 13-19: Heart Map: Local artist polls Austinites on emotions and locations for new exhibit,” Austin Monthly, October, 2013.
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Chenoweth’s art comes full circle,” Austin American-Statesman, June 19, 2013.
Birchum, Jana. “East Austin Studio Tour 2012,” The Austin Chronicle, November, 2012.
Goldman, Saundra. “Jennifer Chenoweth: Creating a Dialog of Form,” Drash Pit, Eye Openers, November, 2012.
Morrow, Meredith. “Celebrating Community With Generous Art: An Interview with Jennifer Chenoweth,” Austinist, September 20, 2012.
Estes, Jane. “Taking the intimidation out of art,” The Williamson County Sun, August 29, 2012.
Graupman, Michael. “Beautiful Giving: Generous Art splits sales between artists and charities,” Culturemap, September 29, 2011.
Faires, Robert. “Generous Art: Now two can benefit from one sale of art,” Austin Chronicle, June 24, 2011.
Davenport, Bill. “New mix of charity, commerce and chutzpah: Austin artist Jennifer Chenoweth launches GenerousArt.org,” Glasstire, June 23, 2011.
Hensley, Becca. “True Artistic Vision,” Austin American-Statesman, June 3, 2011
Harrold, Carolyn. “Artist Spotlight: Jennifer Chenoweth,” Tribeza, February 15, 2011
Mattingly, June. “Court Lurie and Jennifer Chenoweth in ‘Departure’ at the grayDUCK Gallery, Austin,” ModAustin, January, 2011.
Darby, Reese. “Jennifer Chenoweth | Painter,” Artmuse, October 18, 2010.
Goldman, Saundra, “Wayfinding: Jennifer Chenoweth,” catalog, The Department of Art and Art History at The University of Texas at Austin, April, 2010.
Breaux, Adrienne. “Jennifer’s Art-Filled East Austin Home!” Apartment Therapy, December 4, 2009.
Lambert, Olivia. “Style Makers: Art Out Loud, Jennifer Chenoweth,” Luxe Interiors + Design, November, 2009.
Heimlich, Janet. “Home is where the art is,” Austin American-Statesman, May 18, 2008.
Koper, Rachel. “The Floating Chair: Bringing a lot to the table,” Austin Chronicle, April 14, 2006.
Cosgrove, Julia. “MacGyver Wine Cork Challenge Winner,” ReadyMade Magazine, October/November, 2005.
Barron, Katy. “Artists in Residence,” Austin American-Statesman, November 18, 2004.
Koper, Rachel. “Where the Art Is,” Austin Chronicle, April 30, 2004.
Van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire. “Creativity, Variety Build ‘Four Walls’,” Austin American-Statesman, May 1, 1999.
Von Ziegesar, Peter. “Report from Kansas City: Art in the Heartland,” Art in America, June 1995.
2014-2015 Presenter, Generous Art’s Raising Artists Workshops. Developed and leads professional development workshops designed for artists and creative entrepreneurs.
2012 Presenter, The City of Austin’s Next Level Workshops. Proposed, developed and taught classes on professional development courses.
2011-12 Mentor. The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA. Provided instruction, oversight, and professional development for low residency M.F.A. program.
1996, 2004 Instructor, 2004. Teaching Assistant, 1996-99. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Taught “Creative Entrepreneurship” course to students of the College of Fine Arts. Taught various studio courses taught to undergraduate art majors as a TA, including 2D Design, Painting and Drawing, Intermediate and Advanced Sculpture, Transmedia, Ceramics, Printmaking and Photo/Design. Helped supervise UT-Study in Italy program.
1995-96 Senior Art Assistant. St. John’s College, Santa Fe, NM. Served as an artist-in-residence. Trained and supervised the Visual Art Assistants in leading required art class for seniors.
1995 Life Drawing Instructor. St. John’s College, Santa Fe, New Mexico.