Steven Jarvis

Steven Jarvis

Steven Jarvis

  • B.F.A., studio art, University of Arizona
  • M.F.A., art studio, University of California at Davis
First year at SCAD:


Writing and teaching SCPT 315 Technology in Sculpture; organizing and facilitating the ACA Sculpture Studio of SCAD gallery; Project-181: A collaboration to rework a vacant post-foreclosure Atlanta home into a machine for living collaboratively with nature

Awards, recognition and honors

Project Grant, Emory University Center for Creativity and Arts; Project Grant, New (genre) Landscape, City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs; Travel Grant, Chase Educational Foundation


Project-181, Alamos Wildlands Alliance, Chase Educational Foundation, Rancho San Silvestre Eco-Community

Publications and presentations

  • Green, Greener, Greenest, Romancing Nature Again Conference, School of Visual Arts, New York City. Lecture: "Project 181: micro to macro," 2010
  • CAPSUS Conference, Duluth, Georgia. Lecture: "Repurposing the Trappings of the Petroleum Era," 2009

Previous Positions

Exhibitions: "4 Fields - collaborations between art and science," Environ Gallery, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010; "Still Water," Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Decatur, Georgia, 2009; "Potential Inevitability Systems #1 (Provisioning)," Gallery Stokes, Atlanta, Georgia, 2008

On the Web

Courses Taught

  • SCPT 115 Beginning Sculptural Processes II
  • SCPT 250 Digital Applications In Sculpture I
  • SCPT 303 Sculptural Trends and Concepts
  • SCPT 315 Technology in Sculpture
  • SCPT 320 Intermediate Sculptural Practices
  • SCPT 360 Installation Art
  • SCPT 420 Advanced Sculptural Practice
  • SCPT 460 Sculpture In Context: Time and Movement
  • SCPT 490 Senior Seminar in Sculpture
  • SCPT 710 Graduate Sculpture Seminar
  • SCPT 713 Sculpture Studio I
  • SCPT 717 Sculpture Studio: Concept and Content
  • SCPT 723 Sculpture Studio II
  • SCPT 743 Sculpture Studio III
  • SCPT 749 Sculpture M.A. Final Project
  • SCPT 790 Sculpture M.F.A. Thesis