Stacy Jo Scott is an artist and educator based in Eugene, OR. She uses ceramic objects and processes as material anchors from which to navigate shifting landscapes of culture, identity, and embodiment. Her objects are records of ritualized processes. She access these stories through research and speculation, digital processes, trance practices, and chance operations. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Oregon.
Stacy Jo received a Masters of Fine Art in Ceramics from Cranbrook Academy of Art and is a founding member of the Craft Mystery Cult.. Recent exhibitions include PDX Contemporary Art Window Project in Portland, OR; Abrams Claghorn in Albany, CA; The Museum of Contemporary Craft in Portland, OR; Paul Kotula Projects in Ferndale, MI; Roots & Culture Contemporary Art Center, Chicago, IL; and The Sculpture Center, Cleveland, OH. She co-curated New Morphologies: Studio Ceramics and Digital Practices at the Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art at Alfred University in Alfred, NY. Publications include Bad at Sports: Contemporary Art Talk, the Alfred University Press, and Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture.
Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture, Notes on Craft and Collaboration: Reflections on the Digital Realm as a Site for CollaborationAbrams Claghorn Gallery Blog, Interview: Stacy Jo Scott, by Anna VaughanAmerican Craft Council Blog, Q&A, Stacy Jo Scott on Digital TechnologyRavelin Magazine, Visual Musings on The Golden Dome, by Monica UszerowiczAmerican Craft Magazine, Brave New World, October/November Issue, 2014Bad at Sports Contemporary Art Blog, Open Engagement 2013 No.3: A Utopia of Dispute Might Be Better / Regarding Ethics & FailurePNCA Untitled, RVW | Object Focus: The Bowl, Engage + UseBad at Sports Contemporary Art Blog, Protectors of the Handmade, Craft Mystery Cult Convenes in ChicagoJournal of Modern Craft, Guest Blogger, At-Home 3D Printing and the Return of a Craft UtopiaJournal of Modern Craft, Guest Blogger, Unfold Interview: The Virtual Potter's Wheel