Brewhouse Distillery Residency 2019-2020
Selected to be a resident artist at The Brewhouse Association through their Brewhouse Distillery Program. Distillery is an eleven-month studio residency designed to help 7 emerging artists transition into a professional artistic career by supporting a vigorous studio practice and providing professional development opportunities in a creative and affordable environment. This program focuses on inspiring participants to embrace new challenges in their work and connect to a supportive community. Artists will work throughout the year towards a group exhibition featured at the Brew House Gallery.
Thicker Than a Sticker - Debut Alabama Solo Exhibition Announced for 2019
So excited to debut my work in a solo exhibition in my homestate of Alabama. Thicker Than a Sticker will debut in January 2019.
Vulcan Materials Gallery. 1800 Reverend Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd. Birmingham, AL 35203.
Opening Reception: January 24th, 2019. 5:00-6:30pm
On view January 24th-February 28th, 2019
Jamie Earnest speaks with Pittsburgh local curator Tara Faye Coleman about her artistic practice and the current work in her exhibition, Metaphorical Motorcycle.
September 19th. 6:30-8:00pm. Free and open to the public. RSVP on Facebook.
The Union Hall. 2216 Penn Ave, 2nd floor.
September 14, 2018 - October 14, 2018
Friday, September 14: 5-7pm
In conjunction with Artists Who Teach on view in the Cantilever Gallery through November 25, we invited each of the teaching artists to nominate one of their students for this exhibition in the Robertshaw Gallery. The selection of student work was juried by Chief Curator Barbara Jones and Curatorial Assistant Bonnie West.
Equity Gallery is pleased to present Memory Palace, a group show curated by Margot Yale and featuring the work of Audrée Anid, Jamie Earnest, and Kelly Olshan curated by Margot Yale. The exhibition takes its name from the “method of loci,” an ancient imaginal technique used by Greco-Roman orators. This approach also referred to as the “memory palace” relies on the assumption that spatial memory of familiar places is the most potent mnemonic device. Using the memory palace, a subject can memorize the layout of an architectural environment, pairing each physical locus with a distinct fact. By imagining the experience of walking through this space, one can facilely retrieve this new material.
The three artists featured in Memory Palace explore this relationship between memory and architectural space. Tapping into fleeting, personal, imagined, and unattainable spaces, these artists negotiate the boundaries between lived experience and fictional, spatial environments. The intricacies and incompatibilities of the architectural constructions within these artists’ work capture how both fleeting imaginaries and enduring memories are invariably entangled in the built environment. Their works challenge the limits of spatial logic and demand that we reorient ourselves amid these disjointed landscapes.
September 5 - October 13, 2018
Equity Gallery, 245 Broome Street, New York, NY 10002
Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 5th, 6 PM-8 PM
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Friday, 1-7 PM and Saturday, 12-6 PM
Selected Artist for BIG INK Print Initiative
Chosen alongside 11 other artists to create an original woodblock print. BIG INK is an organized network of creative thinkers focused on promoting the art of large-scale woodblock printing. BIG INK works by establishing a temporary print shop on site at partnership organizations. Artist Image Resource will be the printing site for myself and the other 11 artists. Find the printing event here.
Participation in By Means of Play at Gallery One
By Means of Play is an exhibition juried and curated by Emma Vescio that will explore celebratory and vibrant art and artmaking as practices of self-care, expressions of joy, and political engagement. The exhibition seeks to feature both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works that highlight intimate, joyful, and passionate moments.
Exhibition Dates: April 16-May 30, 2018 Gallery One, 4106 Howley St. Pittsburgh, PA 15224
Nominated for Senior Leadership Recognition
Carnegie Mellon University
Annually, Carnegie Mellon University recognizes graduating seniors via a process known as Senior Leadership Recognition, where staff and faculty across the University nominate students who have made significant contributions during their time as a member of the Carnegie Mellon University community. While we have many talented and involved students in each graduating class, this recognition is reserved for those students who have made an unparalleled impact on our community. These individuals leave Carnegie Mellon a better place as a result of their leadership, vision, and initiative. Each recipient of this recognition has created a unique imprint on the culture and life of this institution through his or her contributions to academics and research, the arts, athletics, civic engagement, and community development.
"Earnest creates three new large-scale paintings that incorporate details from the private, residential spaces of both Andy Warhol and Chow. Mined from the Sotheby’s catalogues of Warhol’s estate sale, Earnest incorporates objects and other interior details from Warhol’s private townhouse. Famous for his collection of cookie jars, Warhol was also an avid collector of American decorative art and paintings from his contemporaries like Basquiat and Lichtenstein. Bringing these objects in dialogue with details from Chow’s home in Los Angeles, sourced from press articles online, Earnest’s paintings present abstracted views of the private dwellings of these two famous personas."
Work to show at in "Great Waves II" at Revision Space Gallery in Pittsburgh
Selected works include: CA, Flooding Tires, Dante in my Basement, My Mess, Beach House 2004 ft. Rothko, Movies, Untitled.
Great Waves II: Revision Space Summer Show by jurors Eric Shiner, Director of The Andy Warhol Museum, and Chad Alligood, Curator of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.
Awarded the Anne Ophelia Dowden Junior Award
Selected to be a Carnegie Mellon Fifth Year Scholar
The program provides a small number of exceptional students the opportunity to remain on campus for one full year following the completion of their normal course of study. Fifth Year Scholars are supported by free tuition and a $7,000 fellowship. Designed to provide distinguished students with an opportunity to pursue a broadened educational experience while continuing to enhance the Carnegie Mellon community, the program offers students support in their personal and professional growth.
Dante in my Basement, Doorframe 1, and Movies Series to be exhibited in FLASH at Future Tennant in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Exhibition runs April 3rd-25th, 2015
Untitled, Space For Line #7, #3 to be shown in Brooklyn
Three works to be shown in show in Brooklyn, NYC October 4-October 12, 2014.
Awarded The Samuel Rosenberg Sophomore Art Award
Admitted to The Vira I. Heinz (VIH) Program for Women in Global Leadership
"The Heinz Endowments has awarded a place in this program based on the strength of Ms. Earnest's application, her character and maturity, and her potential to contribute as a leader in her community in the spirit of the Vira I. Heinz Program."