Sculpture and Foundations. M.B.A./A.D.P., University of Georgia at Athens ('71); B.S., U.S. Military Academy at West Point ('61); U.S. Army Command and Staff College, Ft. Leavenworth, KS ('75); Fifth-Year Certificate and Traveling Scholarship ('88) and Diploma, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ('87). Hruby's work explores the tenuous relationship between soldier and society and spans a range of media-from objects through kinetics, and kinematic installations, to video and multimedia installations-usually with implied figuration. Founding member of the Boston Sculptors at Chapel Gallery. Upcoming and recent exhibits: Cape Ann Historical Museum, "Ken Hruby-A Survey: 1986-2001," Gloucester, MA ('01); and Hampden Gallery, "Minefields of Memory," solo show, U. Mass, Amherst, MA ('00); and others in the United States, Paris, and Chicago. His solo shows-"Mustering Out," "Juggernaut," "Minefields of Memory," and "Free Fall"-were selected by the Boston Globe as "best gallery events" of '89, '95, '97, and '99. Grants: Massachusetts Cultural Council Sculpture "Finalist" Grant; SMFA Faculty Enrichment Grant; Massachusetts Cultural Council; and the New England Foundation for the Arts. Collections include the DeCordova Museum, MA, with articles in the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Hampshire Gazette, and many others.