Steven Heinemann



Canadian ceramic artist Steven Heinemann (b. 1957) earned an MFA from Alfred University, NY, in 1983, and has taught in Canada and the US. Artist residencies include the Banff Centre, the Cranbrook Academy, EKWC in Holland, ICS in Hungary, and Korea (JINRO). Heinemann has exhibited continuously since his first solo exhibition at the Ontario Crafts Council in 1982.

Heinemann's work is held in the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Boston Museum Of Fine Arts, Icheon World Ceramic Centre (Korea), National Museum of History (Taiwan), the Museum of Art and Design (New York), Museum Boymans van Beuningen (Rotterdam), and The Contemporary Museum (Honolulu). He has received many national and international awards including the Bavarian State Prize (Germany), the Juror's Award (Mino, Japan) Fletcher Challenge (New Zealand) and in 1996 was granted the Saidye Bronfman Award, Canada’s highest recognition of achievement in contemporary craft.

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Steven Heinemann