Professor, Head of Ceramics
MFA Fine Art/Ceramics, University of Florida
BS Biological Sciences
BA Bachelor of Art- Painting/Drawing
Angela DiCosola’s work queries shifting societal norms of identity, gender, beauty, value, as well as the sanctity of individualism. Developments in genetic bioengineering, artificial intelligence, robotics and bioethics as well as environmental issues, particularly climate change are also central to her creative investigations. She received her MFA at University of Florida, both BA and BS degrees at Stetson University. Currently full Professor of Art and Head of Ceramics at FAU. Residencies include Banff Center of the Creative Arts, CRETARome, Watershed. She has served as curator, juror as well panelist nationally; recently at the 2019 NCECA Claytopia conference. She has also exhibited her works in numerous national and international exhibitions including NCECA juried exhibitions, Workhouse Clay Internationals, Thomas FUNKe Gallery, Art Resource Gallery, Annie Mayer Gallery, and Hardcore Art Contemporary Space to cite a few.Collections include Mint Museum of Art, and Jerome Shaw.