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Solo Exhibitions

[three-fourths]Hyde Gallery, Grossmont College (2 Person), El Cajon, CA
[three-fourths] William D. Cannon Art Gallery, Carlsbad, CA
[three-fourths] Quint Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
[three-fourths] Boehm Gallery, Palomar Community College, San Marcos, CA
Keller Art Gallery, Point Loma Nazarene College, San Diego, CA
[three-fourths] Angel’s Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA
Hyde Gallery, Grossmont College (2 Person), El Cajon, CA
[three-fourths] Angel’s Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA
Hyde Gallery, Grossmont College (2 Person), El Cajon, CA
Faith Nightingale Gallery, San Diego, CA
[three-fourths] Wita Gardner Gallery, San Diego, CA
[three-fourths]University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
[three-fourths] University of California, San Diego, Craft Center, La Jolla, CA
[three-fourths] University of Tennessee, Knoxville
University of Delaware, Newark
[three-fourths]University of South Florida, Tampa
[three-fourths] Mt. St. Mary’s College (2 Person), Los Angeles, CA

Selected Group Exhibitions

[three-fourths]“B.C. to B.C. – Some Clay Artists from Baja California to British Columbia.”
Curated by Peter Rozek. San Diego Institute of Art, San Diego, CA
[three-fourths]“Clay – Ceramic Sculpture,” Point Loma Nazarene University, San Diego, CA
[three-fourths]“Convergence – A Ship in the Woods,”  Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, CA
“Women’s Work,” R.B. Stevenson Gallery, La Jolla, CA
“Reshaping the 2%,” Mesa College Art Gallery, San Diego, ÇA
“Terrestrial,” City Gallery, San Diego City College, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Fifty Years of Distinguished Alumni,” Art, Design and Architecture Museum,
University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Object Object,” Helmuth Projects, San Diego, CA
“Allied Craftsmen Today,” Mingei International Museum, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“The Very Large Array: San Diego/Tijuana Artists in the MCA Collection,”
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Doceo Argilla,” Sonoma Community Center, Sonoma, CA
“Kiln Opening,” American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, CA
“Material Matters,” California Center for the Arts, Escondido, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Homing In,” Quint Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA
“California in Clay,” Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Homing In,” Quint Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Watershed Artists,” Stable Gallery, Damariscotta, ME[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “Voices from the Pacific Rim:  Asian-American Ceramists,”
University of Judaism, Bel Air, CA
“Unsoiled: Nature/Culture Themes in Clay,” Indiana University Southeast,
New Albany, IN, and TheTweed Museum of Art, Duluth, MN
“Contemporary Crafts,” JRB Art, Oklahoma City, OK[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “San Diego Design: New Work from Allied Craftsmen”, Oceanside Museum of Art,
Oceanside, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “Japan/USA, a Cross Cultural Exchange,” Santa Fe Clay, Santa Fe, NM
“Allied Craftsmen,” Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “Home Sweet Home”, San Diego Repertory Theatre, Lyceum,
Horton Plaza, San Diego, CA
“Free at the Center,” Carroll Community College, Westminster, Maryland (NCECA)[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “The 4th Annual Invitational Drawing Show,”
Earl & Birdie Taylor Library, San Diego, CA
“University of Washington Ceramics,” The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA
“Impending Lineage,” Art and Industry Gallery, San Diego, CA
“SDSU Alumni (and their faculty),” Town and Country Hotel, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “The Art of Clay, Contemporary West Coast Ceramics Artist,”
Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa  Rosa, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “56th Scripps Ceramic Annual,” Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery,
Scripps College, Claremont, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “International Contemporary Ceramics, From the Igal and Diane Silber Collection,”
Laguna Art Museum, Laguna, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “Artists in Ceramic Still Life,” Oliver Art Center,
California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA
“West Coast Painting & Sculpture 1997,” Oceanside Museum of Art, Oceanside, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths] “A Survey of Contemporary Ceramics,” Tustin Renaissance, Tustin, CA
“3 Japanese American Claymakers,” Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, TX[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Influence and Introspection, Pacific Northwest Ceramics,” Corvalis Art Center, Corvalis, OR
“Clay on the Wall,” Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake, UT[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Southern California, the Conceptual Landscape,” Madison Fine Art Center, Madison, WI[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Silver, Wood, Clay, Gold,” San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA
“Anticipation,” Chicago New Art Forms Exposition, Chicago, IL[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”All Southern California Exhibition,” Angel’s Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA
(Juror: Peter Frank, Critic and Editor of Vision Magazine)[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Off Center,” California State University, Los Angeles, CA
“California Clay Competition,” The Artery, Davis, CA (Award)[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“California Artists Who are Educators,” San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Ceramic Forms:  A Woman’s Perspective,” Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton, CA,
Curated by Elaine Levin[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Yuma Symposium Exhibition,” Yuma Fine Arts Gallery, Yuma, AZ[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”California,” Elaine Potter Gallery, San Francisco, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Ceramic Still Life,” Esther Saks Gallery, Chicago, IL
“The Scripps 41st Annual Ceramics Invitational,” Lang Gallery, Scripps College, Claremont, CA
“Clay National,” Downey Museum, Downey, CA (Juror:  Eudorah Moore)[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Art in Clay,” Los Angeles, Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles, CA
“In the Form of Furniture,” Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”California Design,” Gallery Eight, La Jolla, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Viewpoints,” Grossmont College, El Cajon, CA
“Viewpoint ’80:  Art in Craft Media,” Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
“Poetic Imagery,” The Elements Gallery, New York, NY[/three-fourths]
[one-fourth-first]1979 [/one-fourth-first]
[three-fourths]”West Coast Clay Spectrum,” Security Pacific National Bank, Los Angeles, CA
“Ceramic Workshop Exhibition,” Ohio State University, Columbus, OH[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Art in Crafts:  Works in Fiber Clay & Metal by Women,” A National Invitational Exhibition Sponsored by Womens’ Caucus for Arts, The Bronx Museum, New York, NY[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Illusionistic Realism,” Laguna Beach Museum of Art, Laguna, CA
“Contemporary Ceramics Overglaze,” California State University, Fullerton, CA
“Fish Story Invitational,” John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Approaches II:  Contemporary Ceramic Education,” The Old State Capital, Baton Rouge, LA, NCECA
“Land Invitational,” John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
“Professional Women Artists in the State of Florida,” Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami,
Coral Gables, FL[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Contemporary Crafts of the Americas:  1975,” Fort Collins, CO[/three-fourths]


[three-fourths]“Swing,” The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Spine”, Igal & Diane Silber Collection, Laguna Beach, CA
“Cage”, Bruce Thacker, Tustin, CA
[three-fourths]”Companion II”, Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art, Utah State University, Logan, UT[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Fortress I”, “La Portada”, “College”, The Key Corporation[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”3 Towers”, Isabel Wasserman, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”The Object – The Memory”, Wita Gardner, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Vanity #3″, Betty Sheinbaum, Los Angeles, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Florida Item #5 or Close But No Cigar”, Florida Center for the Arts, Tampa, FL[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]”Rainbow Trout”, Purchased by the City of Seattle as a gift for the City of Spokane for the World’s Fair Exposition, Spokane, WA[/three-fourths]


[three-fourths]San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, “Vital Parts,” Mission Valley, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, “Vital Parts,” Mission Valley Library, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]

Curated Exhibitions

[three-fourths]“Reinventing Pleasure”, San Diego State University Gallery, San Diego, CA, Co-curated with Tina Yapelli, Gallery Director, and Richard Burkett, Professor of Art – Ceramics, for NCECA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Clay out of Context”, San Diego State University Gallery, San Diego, CA, Co-curated with Tina Yapelli, Madison Art Center, Madison, WI[/three-fourths]


[three-fourths]Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Grant, “An Investigation of the Relationship of Ceramics to Architecture in the Early 20th Century and the Use of Ceramics within Public Art Formats in Contemporary Art”[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity Grant, “An Interdisciplinary Investigation of Cast Bronze and Manipulated Clay Forms Using Architectural Formats and East/West Themes”[/three-fourths]

Selected Panels and Lectures

[three-fourths]“Joanne Hayakawa” “Allied Craftsmen Today,” Mingei Internation Museum, San Diego, CA
“Public Art Forum,” San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“Joanne Hayakawa” University of Georgia, Athens, Abroad Program, Cortona, Cortona, Italy
“Joanne Hayakawa” & “Public Art in San Diego and the U.S.” State Institute of Ceramics in Faenza, Faenza, Italy
“Issues in Public Art,” SDSU PSFA 320 for Professor Jay Sheehan of the Communications Department[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]“A Ceramist’s Perspective on Andy Goldsworthy,” A walk-through and lecture at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]San Jose State University, San Jose, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]Grossmont Community College, El Cajon, CA[/three-fourths]
[three-fourths]Arlington Museum of Art, Arlington, TX[/three-fourths]

Inclusion in Books and Catalogs:

Conard, John W, Latka, Tom & Latka, Jean, Ceramic Extruding, Krause Publications, Iola, WI, 2001, p. 110
Zakin, Mastering the Craft:  Ceramics, 2nd Edition, Krause Publications, Iola, WI, 2001, p. 116
McNaughton, Mary Davis, 2000 Ceramic Annual, Scripps College 56th Ceramic Exhibition, Perpetua Press, Los Angeles, CA
Zakin, Richard, Ceramics, Ways of Creation, Krause Publications, Iola, WI, 1999, p. 187-193
Zakin, Richard, Hand-Formed Ceramics, Creating Form and Surface, Chilton Book Company, Radnor, Pennsylvania 1995, p. 167 and Cover Image
Levin, Elaine, “Golden Clay – California Ceramics”, Yesterday and Tomorrow:  California Women Artists, Edited by Sylvia Moore, Midmarch Arts, New York, New York, 1989, p. 313-4
Levin, Elaine, The History of American Ceramics 1607 – Present, New York:  Harry N. Abrams,Inc., 1988, p. 331
Sheinbaum, Betty, Art in Clay – 1950’s to 1980’s in Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, 1984, p. 82
Frankel, Dextra and Garth Clark, Overglaze Imagery, Visual Arts Center, California State  University, Fullerton, CA, 1977
Levin, Elaine, Illusionistic Realism Defined in Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture, Laguna Beach Museum of Art, 1977
Getty, Nilda C. Fernandez, Contemporary Crafts of the Americas:  1975, Colorado State University Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, 1975

Articles Authored:

Hayakawa, Joanne,“Architectonic Clay: Built-in Diversity”, NCECA (National Council for the Education of Ceramic Art) Journal, Gumbo Ceramique, Vol.15, p. 19, 1994-95, New Orleans, LA

Inclusion in Books and Catalogs:

“Upfront,” Ceramics Monthly, June/July/August, 2009
“Fusing Cultural Tradition,” Elaine Levin, Ceramic Review, March/April 2008, Issue 230, pp. 50-53, London
“Voices from the Pacific Rim:  Asian American Ceramists,” Judy Seckler, Ceramics Monthly, Ohio, November 2007, Vol. 55, No. 9, pp. 19-22
“Earth Movers–Artists Explore Connections to Nature, Physical World,” Robert L. Pincus, San Diego Union Tribune, March 13, 2003, p.29
“Drive-by Works Strike a Glancing Blow for Art,” Robert L. Pincus, San Diego Union Tribune, Nov. 6, 2000, E3
“Endurance of Spirit, the Work of Joanne Hayakawa,” Ceramics Monthly, Westerville, Ohio, March 2000, Vol. 48, No. 3., p. 58-61
“The Evocative Object,” Mark Messenger, Ceramic Art & Perception, Vol. 31, 1998, Australia
“Ceramic Still Life,” Elaine Levin, Ceramic Art & Perception, Vol. 32, 1998, Australia
“Still Clay,” Chiori Santiago, American Craft, Dec 97/Jan 98, Vol., 57, pp. 51-2
“Ceramic Still Life: The Common Object” (Photo), Steven Jenkins, Art Week, Sept. 1997, p. 6
“World Ceramics,” Ceramic Art Monthly, Seoul, Korea, September, 1996, p. 41
“Art Museum Opens New Exhibit Friday,” Arlington Morning News, August 23, 1996, 2B, Arlington,TX
“Claying Favorites,” Star-Telegram, August 24, 1996, Arlington, TX
“Young Clay Artists Shape Up with Help from Pros,” Arlington Morning News, August 25, 1996
“Arlington Museum of Art Exhibit is Beyond Conventional,” Star Time, August 23-29, 1996, p.1-2, Arlington, TX
“Japanese Contemporary Clay Works,” Star Time, August 23-29, 1996, Arlington, TX
“Joanne Hayakawa,” Judith Christiansen, Art of California, October 19, 1993, Napa, CA, Vol.6, No.5, p. 58
“All Clay Show Ironically Out of Context with its Theme,” Bob Pincus, San Diego Union Tribune, March 1993, E-2
“The Pleasure of Holding a Castle in your Hands,” Jonathan Saville, San Diego Reader,
March 25, 1993, San Diego, CA
“Joanne Hayakawa,” Womens’ Times, San Diego County Edition,  March 1993, p. 23
“San Diego 16,” Studio Potter, Volume 21, Number 1, December 1992, American Craft, New York, Feb/Mar 92, p. 69
“Joanne Hayakawa,” Elain Levin, American Ceramics, New York, Vol. 10, No. 2, p. 49
“Grove Throws a ‘Birthclay’ Party,” Robert L. Pincus, San Diego Union Tribune, May 1, 1992
“Critic’s Choice,” Robert L. Pincus, San Diego Union Tribune, San Diego, CA, June 4, 1992, Night & Day, p.28
“Portraits of Local Pride Star in Shows,” Leah Ollman, Los Angeles Times, June 26, 1991, F1
“Artworthy,” Robert L. Pincus, San Diego Union, July 5, 1991, D14
“Artworthy,” Isabel Wasserman, San Diego Union, June 7, 1991
“Joanne Hayakawa,” Claudie Laks, La Revue de la Ceramique et du Verre, Vendin-le-Vieil, France, No 50 Janvier/Fevrier1990, p.  20-21
“The Japanese Aesthetic,” Jonathan Saville, The San Diego Reader, April 5, 1990, p. 26+