About the Artist
Andrea D. Rudloff (Andee) is a consultant, educator and professional artist frequently working in Kentucky and Tennessee. Her goal is to engage community through creative opportunities and she does so frequently through murals, exhibitions, greenway planning and interactive opportunities. Andee Rudloff is currently serving as the artist-in-residence for Timeslips and VSA Kentucky as well as a consultant for The Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC). In 2017, she served as the education and arts consultant for Hawkins Partners, Inc. for the new Dugas Park in Scottsville, KY. In 2016, she served as the guest curator for the Etowah Arts Commission supported by Humanities Tennessee. In 2015-2016, she was guest curator for the National Corvette Museum’s first art exhibition titled Car Part Art featuring over 70 artists from throughout the USA all creating art from car parts following the sinkhole disaster at the museum. She was a featured artist at ArtPrize 8 in Grand Rapids, MI. She served as the Education and Visual Art Director, successfully designing and launching all education, engagement, internship and visual art programming for the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center (SKyPAC) in Bowling Green, KY, including programming at Allen County Schools and Western Kentucky University (WKU). In 2013, the Kentucky Art Education Association named Rudloff Museum Educator of the Year. She is on the board of trustees for the Tanne Foundation based in New Hampshire, which provides support to individual artists in need. Rudloff has assisted in planning all four years of Bowling Green, KY’s Idea Festival with Innovate Kentucky and WKU’s Gifted Studies as well as serving as a presenter.
She served as the community relations manager, educator and curator at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, TN. Rudloff was the curator of the Nashville International Airport’s Arts at the Airport Foundation designing new spaces and organizing exhibitions and performances during a multi-million dollar renovation. She has served as the curator for Curb Records’ Johnny Cash Collection, facilitator of the At Home Project with Judy Chicago at WKU, as well numerous other curatorial and teaching positions. Other involvement includes being appointed by Kentucky’s Governor to serve on the Kentucky Arts Council Board in 2011 and reappointed in 2014 and again in 2017 for a three year term. She was awarded Best Community Art Energizer by the Nashville Scene. She has served as a consultant on countless public art and community art projects including the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Western Kentucky University Women’s Studies Engagement Projects. Andee has been a featured community art presenter at the National Art Education Association annual conference, TeachMeet, Ambition Fest and as well as artist-in-residence at several public and private schools. She received the 2010 ADAM Award for Outstanding Achievement and Support for Kids on the Block in Middle Tennessee. Andee has more than 20 years of experience as an art administrator, curator and professional artist including murals and exhibitions in Nashville, Tenn., throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky, New York, N.Y., Taipei, Taiwan, and other national and international exchanges.
Friday, April 20
- 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Live mural painting