My name is Pam Kravetz and I am an artist born, raised and living in Cincinnati.  After being awarded a scholarship my senior year in high school, I attended and graduated from the University of Cincinnati, Design, Art and Architecture and Planning in 1983. I received a BFA in ceramics and drawing. I was the Cincinnati Bearcat Mascot. I walked the line between artist and “cheerleader.” My artwork has always reflected my passion for interaction with the world around me. I was a docent at The Contemporary Art Center. Through this experience I realized I wanted to teach what I love, art. I received my Masters of Art Education from Miami University in 1990.

I am regionally and nationally recognized artist with over 30 individual and group art exhibits and installations. Including The Southern Ohio Museum of Art, The Carnegie Arts Center, The Burlington Art Center in Vermont, Phyllis Weston Gallery, Annie Bolling Gallery, The Cincinnati Art Museum, The Contemporary Arts Center, Thunder Sky Gallery and Visionary and Voices.

I am a 20-year veteran art educator. I have twice been awarded Teacher of the Year, a Martha Holden Jennings Scholars and a National Board Certified Teacher. I teach an after school art program at Uptown Arts, a free arts program for inner city elementary children. I have taught workshops in narrative quilting at the Cincinnati Art Museum, The Contemporary Arts Center, Anderson Ranch in Colorado to name a few. I have been a Project Manager for ArtWorks as a Project Manager for 12 years. Leading high school and college artist to create art installations for five Cincinnati Children’s Hospital clinics and The Ronald McDonald House, projects for Taft Museum of Art and a Mural Works mural in Columbia Tusculum.
I am fortunate to be able to balance my teaching career and my professional artist career. Thanks to my incredible and supportive husband Craig, son Max, and daughters Erin and Jill. And of course my dog, Lenny Kravetz.

Selected Exhibits

Pam Kravetz portfolio copyright 2013