Jane Richlovsky has been teaching drawing in the design program at the School of Drama since 2008. Her paintings of slightly askew Americana on repurposed domestic fabrics have been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the United States, and are represented in private and public collections worldwide. She has been awarded grants from the Sugarman Foundation, Vogelstein Foundation, King County Arts Commission, and Artist Trust; and has taught drawing and painting at Cornish College of the Arts, Pratt Fine Arts Center, Gage Academy, and the Kirkland Arts Center. She is the founder of '57 Biscayne artist studios, co-founder of the Good Arts Building, and a frequent guest speaker on myths about artists and real estate. Her book Fabric of the American Dream was published by Chatwin Books in 2015.
- Alumni & Faculty News, Winter 2016 - January 7, 2016
- Lecturer Jane Richlovsky gives TED Talk about artists and real estate - July 10, 2015