Brooklyn artist Linda Casbon constructs functional clay objects and large-scale ceramic sculpture. She studied design and ceramics at the University of Colorado (BENVD) and ceramics at Kent State University(MFA). Linda has participated in artist's residencies throughout the United States and Canada, and taught courses and workshops at a variety of schools including Ohio University, and U/Mass Dartmouth. She is currently teaching at Hofstra University, New Jersey City University and Kingsborough Community College.
Art 63: Ceramics IArt 64: Ceramics II
BENVD: University of ColoradoMFA: Kent State University
SUNY New Paltz: Visiting Assistant Professor: 1998Ohio University: Visiting Assistant Professor: 2000U/Mass Dartmouth: Full-time Visiting Lecturer: 2001NYU: Adjunct Associate Professor: 2004-09New Jersey City University: Adjunct Assistant Professor 2002-presentHofstra University: Adjunct Associate Professor 2003-presentKingsborough Community College: Adjunct Lecturer 2001-present
2010: "Visual Translations", article co-written with Holly Waler, Studio Potter Magazine, Volume 38.
2002: Fellowship: Kohler Arts in Industry Program, Kohler, Wisconsin.1997: Fellowship: New York Foundation for the Arts.1993: Artist Fellowship: Bemis Foundation, Omaha, Nebraska.