Aimee Marcinko is an Arizona native and is currently an MFA candidate in ceramics at the University of Florida. Prior to moving to Florida she managed the ceramic bell production facility at Arcosanti in Arizona's high desert. She received a BFA in ceramics and an MA in art education from Arizona State University.
During graduate school in Arizona Aimee taught ceramic courses at the City of Tempe in Arizona, Willow Springs Program Center in Arizona, and Interlochen Arts Center in Michigan. She organized a tile mosaic mural project with teens where they collaborated to develop leadership skills. The six foot by four foot mural is permanently installed at Willow Springs Program Center in Prescott.
Aimee has traveled extensively and has completed workshops, internships and residencies at art centers around the world including The Phoenix Art Museum in Arizona, Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina, Anderson Ranch Art Center in Colorado, Arrowmont School of Crafts in Tennessee, Potter's for Peace in Nicaragua, Haystack School of Crafts in Maine, and The Pottery Workshop in Jingdezhen China.
After working as Interlochen's Kiln Technician in 2015, Aimee returned to Arizona and took up work in production slip casting where she managed the department.
Aimee's work has been exhibited at Anderson Ranch, Arrowmont, ArtOne Gallery, CUPZ Coffee shop, Step Gallery, Gallery 100, and currently shows work at Arcosanti and Practical Art in Phoenix Arizona.
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