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Dick Hay

Professor of Art and Heads the Ceramics Area

Indiana State University

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Indiana State University

200 N 7th St

Terre Haute, Indiana,47809

United States

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Employment History

Thought-provoking Ceramic Artist

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Affiliations

National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts

President


Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts degree

Ohio University


Master of Fine Arts degree

Alfred university


master of fine arts degree

New York State College of Ceramics


master of fine arts degree

Ohio University


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Dick Hay
About Dick Hay For over forty-five years, he has been very active as a professional artist and as a teacher. As an artist, he has exhibited his work in over two-hundred exhibitions in the United States, Japan, Canada, Russia, Latvia, and Korea. He has been part of numerous invitational exhibitions, including: 'Heroes and Icons,' Modern Art Museum of Forth Worth, Texas; 'Three Living Legends in Art,' Sisson Gallery, Dearborn, Michigan; and 'Twenty American Artists,' American Art Museum, New York, New York. His work is in major collections throughout the world, including: Pushkin Museum, in Russia; the Riga Museum of Art, in Latvia; the Byung-Tak Woo Public Collection, in Korea; the Sea of Japan Collection, in Japan; and The Butler Institute of American Art, in the United States. Over the past twenty years, he received five 'University Arts Endowment Grants' from Indiana State University to help support his work. In the tenth anniversary edition of 'Arts Indiana,' he was included as a 'State Art Treasure.' (This is a listing of Indiana writers, performing and visual artists.) In 2008, he was awarded their 'Lifetime Achievement Award' by Arts Illiana, of the state of Indiana. He has been listed in Who's Who In American Art since 1972. In 2010, a documentary film was made on his life titled 'Dick Hay: Artist, Teacher, and Mentor.' It was produced by NCECA and directed by Judy Kelly Productions, Dallas. He is much sought after lecturer and has been invited to lecture on his work in over one-hundred-and-twenty universities and art conferences in the United States, Canada, Latvia, Russia, and Korea; including: the University of Miami, the University of Delaware, Princeton University, Arizona State University, Alfred University, Indiana University, the University of Eastern New Mexico, Louisiana State University, the University of Kansas, Auburn University, the University of Dallas, and the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Annual Conference. He was one of fifteen American artists invited to lecture at the Dzintari Art Institute, Jurmala, Latvia. And he was one of three American artists invited to lecturer at the Muju International Art Symposium, Muju, Korea. He retired in 2006 after forty years of university teaching, and is a Professor Emeritus of Art, Indiana State University. As a teacher, he received the 'Caleb Mills Award for Distinguished Teaching' from Indiana State University. And was awarded a 'Teaching Fellow' by the Center for Teaching and Learning, Indiana State University. He received the 'Excellence in Teaching Award' from the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts' at their annual conference in San Diego, California, in March, 2003 (This was one of only seven awards in teaching that NCECA had presented up to that time in their thirty-six years of existence). He has been a member of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts since 1967. And he was president of NCECA for two years. And he was awarded the 'Fellowship of the Council' by this organization in 1977. He received the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Ohio University and the Master of Fine Arts degree from Alfred university, the New York State College of Ceramics. Excerpt from NCECA Documentary: DICK HAY Media & Links Copyright © 2017 - Dick Hay - All rights reserved.


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For over thirty-five years, Dick Hay has been very active as a professional artist and as a teacher.
Click here to read "Full Circle For Sculpture Dick Hay" by Whitney J. Engeran, Jr. Click here to read "Hay garners lifetime achievement award" press release. As an artist, he has exhibited his work in over two hundred exhibitions in the United States, Japan, Canada, Russia, Latvia, and Korea. His work is in major collections throughout the world, including the Pushkin Museum, in Russia; the Riga Museum of Art, in Latvia; the Byung-Tak Woo Public Collection, in Korea; the Sea of Japan Collection, in Japan; and The Butler Institute of American Art, in the United States. His work was recently part of an invitational exhibition, Heroes and Icons, at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth (Texas). He also had exhibitions of his work this year in Kansas City, Kansas; Indianapolis, Indiana; Denver, Colorado; and Hot Springs, Arkansas. He is currently working on a new series of vessel forms supported by a University Arts Endowment Grant. He is a much sought after lecturer and has been invited to lecture about his work at over ninety universities in the United States, Canada, Latvia, Russia, and Korea. In March, he was invited as a guest lecturer at the conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (San Diego); and also in March, he was the keynote speaker at the Ninth Annual Potter's Gathering (West Virginia); in April, he lectured on his work at the University of Delaware; in November, he was a guest lecturer at the University of Eastern New Mexico and at Clovis College; and in February, he lectured on his work at the University of Kansas and at Concord University. In 1991, he was one of fifteen American artists invited to lecture at the Dzintari Art Institute, Jurmala, Latvia; and in 1995, he was one of three American artists invited to lecture at the Muju International Art Symposium, in Muju, Korea. He has been listed in Who's Who In American Art since 1972. He is a Professor of Art and heads the ceramics area at Indiana State University. As a teacher, he received the Caleb Mills Award for Distinguished Teaching by Indiana State University, and he was awarded a Teaching Fellow by the Center for Teaching and Learning, Indiana State University. He also received the Award for Outstanding Teaching by the National Council of Educators for the Ceramic Arts in 2003 in San Diego, California. He has been a member of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts since 1967, and he was president of this organization for two years. He was awarded the Fellowship of the Council by this organization in 1977. He received the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Ohio University and the Master of Fine Arts degree from Alfred University, the New York College of Ceramics. After initially viewing Dick Hay's February, 1996, exhibition of his art work at Indiana State University's Turman Art Gallery, I found myself returning for many more visits, sometimes alone and sometimes with other artists, collectors, critics, and just plain folks. There were forty-seven works which were vessel in subject and which seemed at first viewing like rather traditional, common formats. As I was drawn back to the gallery again and again, it became very evident to me that an exquisite, powerful clarity and quite uncommon aesthetic rightness were fueling my responses to a new manifestation of ancient forms. It was as though a powerful bird of prey had flown back to its nesting ground for purification and new life. In 1964, as a twenty-one year old Bachelor of Fine Arts degree graduate of Ohio University in Athens, Ohio, Dick Hay had spent four years firmly grounded on and in Ohio clay. His basic training as a visual artist seemed to him at that point like a Chinese version of a military academy. Lin gave him art values and life values that Hay still adheres with great fondness and respect. Hay has often recounted to me and lectured to audiences around the world his memorable experiences as an assistant to Lin from 1961-1964. My favorite image is that of the composed Professor Lin briskly walking out of the studio for lunch saying to Dick Hay: "Make twelve globe forms exactly alike and have them set up and ready when I return. The highly disciplined use of the wheel, kilns, tools, clay, and the minded control of form and color were respectfully and lovingly embedded in the artistic soul of Dick Hay. By 1964, the keen eyes, powerful hands, and ambitious, imaginative phantasms of Hay were producing art works of outstanding professional quality. His work exhibited such superior craftsmanship and design skills that he was awarded a scholarship by Alfred University, New York state's prestigious College of Ceramics. From 1964 to 1966, he would test himself against many of the top talents and most challenging instructors in the world. At Alfred University, all of Hay's previous training and aesthetic theories about clay as a medium came under critical scrutiny. Like a young hawk, Hay was ready to fly. He dared to enter the revolutionary atmosphere of contemporary ceramics where the thunder and lighting of Peter Voulkos and Rudy Audio charged the scene. That courageous, gutsy journey has been flown by Hay with great style and originality which has earned him professional and critical acclaim. Dick Hay became a dazzling artist, a sculpture in clay. Dick Hay was hired immediately. At Indiana State University, he has established a first class, well equipped studio and has engineered highly professional Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts degree programs which have become the envy of most art departments in the nation. During the 1966-1986 period of Dick Hay's academic life, over and above the expert teaching, programmatic development, deep involvement in the growth and influence of NCECA, a packed lecture and workshop schedule, Hay produced a vast body of high quality clay sculpture shown in international and national art exhibitions. In 1974 he began figurative clay sculptures which showed a dramatic change in sensibilities and a versatility in image making. These poserful works can be best described as neo-surreal, since they used impersonal mannequin forms pressed from molds in a metaphysical way. Throughout the mid and late 1970's, Hay showed us a poetic, unsettling narrative sensibility that established his reputation once and for all as a sculptor of merit. After a decade of his technically brilliant, poetically tragic, and often blackly humorous images, the high flying artist felt compelled to land again, having completed a grand circle into the aesthetics of clay as sculpture. He came back to the terra firma of vessel formats. His technical virtuosity have never been set aside. He draws constantly, which is quite evident in his latest work. The color shapes and nervous lines, the Jungian image of circles and hands that enrich the vessels are wonderfully free and reflect a humorous delight in handling clay. The best insights I got, however, into the aesthetics in clay from Dick Hay were not verbal. I was sure that Dick Hay, the imaginative hawk, had landed. Dick Hay had left Ohio as a superb craftsman and has subsequently found a professional identity as a distinguished, honored artist and educator. After observing his thinking and working in clay for the past twenty-eight years, I am certain that this firm home ground of archetypal vessel forms will be revised again and again. The wider audience that has become increasingly aware of the art of Dick Hay can only be excited at the new aesthetic revelations in clay that are coming during the next years. "Hay garners lifetime achievement award; Art prof's work exhibited in more than 200 shows" TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Dick Hay, professor of art, has been given the "NCECA Excellence in Teaching Award" from the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts. He will receive the award at the organization's 37th annual national conference in San Diego, March 12-15, where he will also deliver a lecture on the opening night. "This is only the seventh Excellence in Teaching award the NCECA has bestowed since the organization's inception in 1967. The six recipients before me were either retired or dead when they got their award. So, I don't know what this means ..." Hay says with a smile. Nominees are solicited by the past president of NCECA and then turned over to the board of directors for voting, if a qualified candidate emerges. Hay was informed that his nomination included more than 150 letters of support, mostly from ISU art alumni. The "NCECA Excellence in Teaching Award" is bestowed upon an artist for excellence in their own creative wo


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A total of 1161 entries were submitted from all grade levels, only 162 were chosen by juror, Dick Hay, professional ceramic artist and Professor Emeritus of Indiana State University.


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Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery.
Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373483] | Remind Me Wednesday, January 20, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373484] | Remind Me Thursday, January 21, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373485] | Remind Me Friday, January 22, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373486] | Remind Me Monday, January 25, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373488] | Remind Me Wednesday, January 27, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373489] | Remind Me Thursday, January 28, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373490] | Remind Me Friday, January 29, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373491] | Remind Me Monday, February 1, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373493] | Remind Me Wednesday, February 3, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373494] | Remind Me Thursday, February 4, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373495] | Remind Me Friday, February 5, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373496] | Remind Me Monday, February 8, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373497] | Remind Me Tuesday, February 9, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373498] | Remind Me Wednesday, February 10, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373499] | Remind Me Thursday, February 11, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM. Info: See Web site below or call 317-788-3253. University of Indianapolis, 1400 East Hanna Avenue, Indianapolis, Marion County. arts.uindy.edu/art/gallery.php [Ref #373500] | Remind Me Friday, February 12, 2010, 9:00 AM. Dick Hay Sculpture Exhibit at the UIndy DeHaan Gallery. Featuring the works of the Professor Emeritus at Indiana State University. Jan. 18 to Feb. 12 in the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center Gallery: Mon-Fri, 9 AM to 9 PM.


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While earning a degree in computer science math, Tim completed three pottery-related university courses taught by Indiana State's Dick Hay.


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