Amy Hauber is an artist and educator residing in Canton, NY where she is an Associate Professor of Art at St. Lawrence University. At St. Lawrence she teaches in the areas of sculpture, ceramic sculpture, digital media and foundations with an emphasis on cross-disciplinary / inter-media studies in all three areas.
Born in Chicago IL and transplanted many times before landing at the age of 12 in her parent’s hometown of Pittsburgh PA, Hauber studied Information Science, English Writing and Fine Arts at both the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University before receiving her MFA in Art from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design Carnegie Mellon University, Lawrence University and now St. Lawrence University.
Working across media disciplines, her research interests include collaboration, digital, material and sex culture and the construction of morality, identity and aesthetics in contemporary society.
Hauber has twice been a resident artist in the John Michael Kohler Arts Center’s ARTS/industry program, was awarded an honorary fellowship from University of Wisconsin-Madison and has exhibited her work nationally. Hauber’s work has been published and discussed across the country and most notably her ceramic-based objects were featured in American Craft Magazine: Portfolio Amy Hauber December/January 2002.