Ms. Tamara Brantmeier

Program Director , University of Wisconsin-Stout
Associate Professor , University of Wisconsin-Stout
School of Art and Design
College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Office: 235 Applied Arts
Phone: 715-232-1287
Email: brantmeiert@uwstout.edu

Teaching Interests: Painting, Drawing, First Year Experience, Honors Seminar, Cross-disciplinary explorations

Research Interests: Painting as Narrative Landscape as Visual Metaphor Self-Assessment through sketchbooks

Professional Interests: Strategic planning Alumni relations Collaborative and multi-disciplinary projects Assessment Accreditation

Education

    • MFA Painting and Drawing
      University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
      Minneapolis, MN, United States, 2000
    • BFA Painting and Drawing
      University of Wisconsin
      Madison, WI, United States, 1992

Work Experience

    Academic - Post-Secondary

      • University of Wisconsin-Stout , Bachelor of Fine Art major
        Program Director
        2010 -
      • University of Wisconsin-Stout, Painting and Drawing
        Associate Professor
        2009 -
      • University of Wisconsin-Stout, Painting and Drawing
        Assistant Professor
        2003 - 2009
      • College of Visual Arts
        Adjunct Professor
        2001 - 2002
      • College of Visual Arts, Summer Teen Arts Program
        Instructor
        2000 - 2001
      • University of Minnesota
        Teaching Assistant-Instructor of Record
        1998 - 2000

    Industry

      • UW-Stout
        Curator
        2005
      • Curtis Centennial Project
        Production Assistant, Goldtone Spotting Technician
        2000 - 2002

      • Private Art Instructor
        2000 - 2001
      • University of Minnesota-Minneapolis
        Curator
        2000

      • Artist Assistant
        1999
      • University of Minnesota
        Curator
        1999

Artistic and Professional Performances and Exhibits

    Art - Exhibition, Group

    • Brantmeier, T. (2007 - Present) Annual Faculty Exhibit. University of Wisconsin - Stout, Furlong Gallery. Menomonie, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Northern Exposure. University of Kentucky-Louisville. Louisville, KY, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) The Hormone Show. Grand Marais, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Up and Coming: Fellowship Exhibition. Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Contemporary Rural Life. Phipps Center for the Arts. Hudson, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Fellowship Artists. Minnesota State Arts Board. MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) 2000. Katherine Nash Gallery.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Cross Fire: A Journey Through Gender Mayhem. lntermedia Arts. Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Small Stuff: Miniature Artwork. Paul Whitney Larson Gallery. St. Paul, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) 55408. lntermedia Arts. Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) KNOBS. Katherine Nash Gallery. Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Five Local Artists. Famine Chorus Exhibitions. Minneapolis, MN, United States.

    Art - Exhibition, One-Person

    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Blur. Phipps Center for the Arts, Gallery One. Hudson, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) New Work. Phipps Center for the Arts Healing Arts Program, Hudson, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) New Paintings: Rural Subjects. Women's Club of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) St. Paul Artist Exhibition Program. Mayors Office. St. Paul, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Rural Subjects. Kellie Rae Theiss Gallery. Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Rural Subjects. University of Wisconsin, Harriet Barry Gallery. Madison, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Rural Subjects. Spyhouse. Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) A Thousand Fragments: Idiosyncratic Portraits. Katherine Nash Gallery.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) New Work: Tamara Brantmeier. University of Wisconsin, Harriet Barry Gallery. Madison, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Welcome to the Show. Occupied Space Gallery. Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Small Things. Hair Police. Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) Tamara Brantmeier-Stories. Kuppernicus Gallery. St. Paul, MN, United States.

    Art - Exhibition, Invitational

    • Brantmeier, T. (Present) A Likeness. Orbit Gallery. St. Paul, MN, United States.

Presentations

    Uncategorized

    • Brantmeier, T. (2009). Transforming the Mundane Into the Extraordinary. Foundations in Art, Theory and Education (FATE) biennial conference, Portland, OR, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2009). Chicken Scratch: The Measurement and Development of Creativity Through Sketchbook Practice. Measuring Unique Studies Effectively (MUSE) International Assessment in the Arts Conference,
    • Brantmeier, T. (2008). The Sketchbook as a Research Document. Department of Art and Design, Professional Development Week Session Presentation, Menomonie, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2006). . National Learning Community Summer Institute, WA, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2005). . NASAD Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2005). Intuition and Imagery: Developing Personal Symbols. Wisconsin Art Education Association Conference,
    • Brantmeier, T. (2003). Artists Speak About Their Work. , Hudson, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2003). Community Forum: Views from the Barn Door: Our Changing Culture and Landscape. , Hudson, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2002). . College of Visual Arts, St. Paul, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2002). . Minneapolis Women' s Club, Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (1999). . University of Wisconsin-River Falls, River Falls, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (1998). Painting: Issues Beyond the Marketplace. Mid America College Art Association, Lexington, KY, United States.

    Juror

    • Brantmeier, T. (2009). Transforming the Mundane Into the Extraordinary. Foundations in Art, Theory and Education (FATE) biennial conference, Portland, OR, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2009). Chicken Scratch: The Measurement and Development of Creativity Through Sketchbook Practice. Measuring Unique Studies Effectively (MUSE) International Assessment in the Arts Conference,
    • Brantmeier, T. (2009). . Prometheus annual student exhibition and publication, Menomonie, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2008). The Sketchbook as a Research Document. Department of Art and Design, Professional Development Week Session Presentation, Menomonie, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2006). . National Learning Community Summer Institute, WA, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2005). . NASAD Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2005). . Phipps Center for the Arts Area High School Exhibition and Scholarship Competition,
    • Brantmeier, T. (2005). Intuition and Imagery: Developing Personal Symbols. Wisconsin Art Education Association Conference,
    • Brantmeier, T. (2004). . Prometheus Arts Journal, Menomonie, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2003). Artists Speak About Their Work. , Hudson, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2003). Community Forum: Views from the Barn Door: Our Changing Culture and Landscape. , Hudson, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2002). . College of Visual Arts, St. Paul, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (2002). . Minneapolis Women' s Club, Minneapolis, MN, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (1999). . University of Wisconsin-River Falls, River Falls, WI, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (1998). Painting: Issues Beyond the Marketplace. Mid America College Art Association, Lexington, KY, United States.
    • Brantmeier, T. (1998). . Powderhorn Festival of the Arts, Minneapolis, MN, United States.

Grants, Contracts, and Sponsored Research

    Grant

    • Brantmeier, T. Professional Development Grant. Sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Stout (Funded).
    • Brantmeier, T. Jerome Foundation Travel Grant. (Funded).

Awards, Fellowships, Honors, and Scholarships

    Fellowship

    • New York Studio Gallery Artist Residency, ARTCAMP, (2011)
    • MCAD/Jerome Fellowship for Emerging Artists, (2004)
    • Blacklock Nature Sanctuary Residency Fellowship, (2003)
    • Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Fellowship, (2002)
    • Jerome Emerging Artist Residency Fellowship, New York Mills Cultural Center (2001)

    Scholarship

    • Mclaughlin Arts Scholarship, University of Wisconsin (1990)

Professional Memberships

  • Foundations in Art: Theory and Education (FATE)
  • College Art Association

Service

    Department / School

    • Committee Member, Budget Liaison Committee (2008 - 2009)
    • Committee Member, Gallery Committee (2007 - 2008)

    University

      UW Stout

      • Committee Member, Mid-Program Review (2003 - Present)
      • Senior Mentor, (2003 - Present)
      • Academic Advisor, (2003 - Present)
      • Faculty Mentor, Artist in Residence Program, Mary Overman (2008 - 2009)
      • Committee Member, Learning Community Advisory Committee (2006 - 2009)
      • Committee Member, Arts Living and Learning Community Instructor, Pilot program (2005 - 2009)
      • Faculty Mentor, Artist in Residence Program, Miriam Houg (2006 - 2007)
      • Committee Member, Faculty Senate (2005 - 2007)
      • Committee Member, Curriculum Committee (2003 - 2006)
      • Committee Member, Hiring Committee, Foundations Coordinator Position (2005)
      • Mentor, (2001)

      College of Visual Arts

      • Committee Member, Senior Thesis Committee (2001 - 2002)

      University of Minnesota Art Department

      • Committee Member, Search Committee (2000)

      University of Wisconsin-River Falls

      • Committee Member, Search Committee (1992)

    Community

    • Sao Line Greenway Community Garden Project (1993 - 2005)
    • Vice President, Board of Directors, Northern Warehouse Artist Cooperative (2001 - 2004)
    • Mentor, high school art students (2000 - 2001)
    • Volunteer, District 202: A Center for Youth (1994 - 1999)