MFA Washington State University
Jade Lowder was born and raised in Montana. He has worked with artists to produce
collaborative efforts that have gone on to host gallery shows and experimental shows
(such as: a Drive-Thru Art Gallery, a 24 hour in progress exhibition, living room
shows and figure drawing groups). Recently he collaborated in an exhibition at Wayne
State College in Nebraska displaying a multi-disciplinary experience involving video,
painting and sculpture entitled 50,000 years of non-linear editing. His latest solo exhibition, Make Sense, was a continued exploration of space, pop-culture and identity. Lowder continues
to grow his exhibition record and to foster more collaborative efforts between artists.
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