Artist Minute – Susan Klein, Visual Artist

March 1, 2021

The Who’s on the Move, Artist Minute is a quick, two-minute interview in support of the undeniable impact that the arts and local artists have on our communities. One of the main drivers of a strong local economy as well as attracting talent to a region is the critical role the arts has in our community. Please enjoy watching, listening and supporting our artists in this series. We welcome you to share these videos with your business contacts and friends through social media.


We would like to thank our sponsor of this video series:

Susan Klein, Visual Artist and Associate Professor of Art at the College of Charleston,

Winning an arts grant can help unlock new possibilities and new career pathways for an artist, yet national and international visual arts grants are difficult to attain. Last fall, College of Charleston studio art professor Susan Klein was one of 100 individual artist grant recipients handpicked by the esteemed Pollock-Krasner Foundation.

Susan Klein has exhibited her work both nationally and internationlly. She has shown at the Brooklyn Artists Gym, Brooklyn NY, 3433 Gallery, Chicago, IL, PDX Contemporary Art, Portland, OR, University of Ulsan, South Korea, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, as well as other venues. Recent awards include a residency and exhibition at Takt Berlin, a full fellowship to the Vermont Studio Center and an Ox-bow artist in residence fellowship. Klein received her MFA in 2004 from University of Oregon and a BFA in 2001 from University of New Hampshire. She currently teaches painting and drawing at the College of Charleston.

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Below is a full audio version of the interview with artist Susan Klein.