Ken Hruby    Bookmark and Share   

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.
Continuing Part Time Faculty

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