Martina Sukenick


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Martina Sukenick 1175 York Ave Apt.4H
New York NY 10065
(917)607-8374
chapter1526@yahoo.com

Skills:
Trained in hand building ceramics, pugging, wedging, slab-rolling, plaster mold-making, slip-casting, and some wheel throwing experience. Has fired cone and electric kilns, as well as experience in Raku firing. Experience in mixing glazes and the use of highfire and lowfire glazes. Capable of keeping inventory, organizing and maintaining a studio, and supervising workers/students. Also familiar with digital photography, printmaking, lithography, most traditional dry drawing mediums, Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Office.

Education:
2004-2008 Bronx High School of Science 
2008-2012 Stony Brook University
       Psychology BA, Studio Art Minor


Experience:
June 2012- Present Intern, Beetle and Flor, Brooklyn, New York
      -Mold-making, slip casting, sculpting
Jan.-May 2012 Teaching Assistant, Stony Brook University ARS 264, Stony Brook, NY
      -Kiln firing, studio maintenance, inventory management/organization, assisting       
       prof.,
assisting students with creative/technical issues, instructional
      demonstrations, assigning chores/tasks
2006-2008 Animal Room Squad Manager, Bronx High School of Science, Bronx, NY
      -Supervise volunteers, assign work/maintain weekly schedule, room maintenance,

       reporting inventory, maintaining safety, recruitment


Exhibitions:
2012 URECA Undergraduate Art Exhibition, Juried, SAC Gallery, Stony Brook, New York
2012 Senior Art Show 2012, Juried, Stony Brook University Art Galley, Stony Brook, New York
2011 URECA Undergraduate Art Exhibition, Juried, SAC Gallery, Stony Brook, New York


References  (contact info available upon request)
Toby Buonagurio Professor/Mentor, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY ARS 264, ARS 364, ARS 475
Lorena Isabel Salcedo-Watson Professor, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY ARS 375, ARS 472
Christine Facella Supervisor/Owner of Beetle & Flor, Brooklyn, NY