BIO

Danielle Hatch's work explores the female body's relationship to the built environment, notions of artificiality and power structures through site specific installations and performances. 

Education:

MFA in Spatial Studies, The University of California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, California, 2006-2008. Coursework in Public Art, Art and Architectural Theory, Sculpture and Papermaking.

B.A. cum laude in Architecture, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, 2001-2005. Coursework in Art & Architectural History, Architectural Design, Studio Art and Political Science.

Pre-Architecture Program, Syracuse University in Florence, Italy, 2004.

Exhibitions:

Trapped, Spokane Transit Authority Pavilion, Spokane, Washington, June 2009.

Colville Art Walk, Saundra’s Furniture, Colville, Washington, August 2008.

Porch Art, The Porch Gallery, Carpinteria, California, May 2008.

Lasting Impressions, University Art Museum, UCSB, Santa Barbara, California, May 2008.

20 Please and Light on the Salt, CCS Gallery, Santa Barbara, California, February 2008.

Grad Show, Gallery 1434, Santa Barbara, California, October 2007.

Cheetopia, Student Resource Building, UCSB, Santa Barbara, California, September 2007.

Walled Up, 855 at The Arts Center, Carpinteria, California, May 2007.

Vaulted, The Arts Building, The University of California, Santa Barbara, California, April 2007.

A Juried Arts Exhibition, 855 at The Arts Center, Carpinteria, California, March 2007.

Shifted Axis, Storke Plaza, University of California, Santa Barbara, California, December 2006.

California Mosaics, A Celebration of California's Diversity in Mosaics, Institute of Mosaic Art, Oakland, California, June 2006.

Wellesley College Senior Thesis Show, Jewett Art Center Gallery, Wellesley, Massachusetts, May 2005.

An Exploration of Travel through Art, In conjunction with the Ruhlman Conference, Jewett Arts Center Gallery, Wellesley, Massachusetts, May 2005.

Bound, Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley, Massachusetts, May 2005.

History of the Future: Imagining the 20th Century, Boston Cyber-Arts Festival, Wellesley, Massachusetts, April 2005. 

Far From Where?, Jewett Art Center Gallery, Wellesley, Massachusetts, December 2004.

Awards:

2007 Dedalus Sculpture Fellowship Nominee 2007

Small Department Regents Fellowship, University of California Santa Barbara. 2007

Juror’s Second Prize Award, A Juried Art Exhibition, 855 at the Arts Center 2006

Small Department Regents Fellowship, University of California Santa Barbara. 2005

Wellesley College Friends of Studio Art Prize for Excellence in Studio Art 2003

Alexander Fellowship for Architectural Studies

Publications:

Josef Woodard, “Class dismissed, accounted for.” Santa Barbara News Press, May 24, 2008.

Michael Moriatis, "Artists in Residence." Santa Barbara News Press, March25, 2007.

Grace Chang, “20th Century Conceptions of Future,” The Wellesley News, Volume 104, Issue 23, April 27, 2005.

Dana Braland, “Art Installments Provide Multi-Sensory Experience,” The Wellesley News, Volume 104, Issue 17, March 9, 2005.