About

Adam Bateman Bio

 

Adam Bateman was raised in Ephraim, Utah.  He received a BA in English with a Spanish Minor at BYU.  He received an MFA from Pratt Institute with recognition for special achievement in Sculpture.  He is a recipient of the Utah Artist Fellowship and of the Joan Mitchell Fellowship.

 

He was the Executive Director of CUAC, an award winning, and internationally publicized non-profit art venue located in Salt Lake City that featured Utah artists paired with artists from around the world, and has curated exhibitions all around the United States. As an artist, he has exhibited his work globally, including numerous museum exhibitions—UMFA, UMOCA, BYU’s MOA, Schnieder Art Museum, Boulder Museum of Contemporary art, Akurari Art Museum, Disjecta, Barrick Museum.

 

He was a founding director (with Eric Peterson) of Birch Creek Service Ranch, a leadership building project for youth and an artist residency program located in central Utah.