Kimberlie Tatalick

Kimberlie Tatalick

Kimberlie Tatalick

  • B.F.A, metals and jewelry, Miami University
  • B.S., education, Miami University
  • M.F.A., metals/jewelry/CAD-CAM, Tyler School of Art, Temple University
First year at SCAD:

"As an undergraduate student, I volunteered at the Miami University Art Museum teaching Head Start programs and Girl Scout workshops. Through these experiences I became trained in asking questions that would allow people to draw conclusions and solve conceptual problems in understanding art. I enjoyed facilitating these interactions with art."

Publications and presentations


  • "Transitioning Students into the Workplace," CODA conference, Savannah, Georgia, 2010
  • "Improving Assessment Through Teamwork," SAIR 2009 conference, Dallas, Texas
  • Visiting artist, University of the Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2009
  • Juror, Swarovski International Design Competition, 2006
  • "Learning Curves," national student juried exhibition for the Society of North American Goldsmiths National Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, 2005
  • "Technology and the Jewelry Curriculum," Society of North American Goldsmiths Education Dialogue, San Francisco, California, 2003

Courses Taught

  • MTJW 300 Metals and Jewelry Studio III: Forming
  • MTJW 310 Light Metal Casting
  • MTJW 345 Advanced Computer-aided Design for Metals and Jewelry