Brian Boldon received his MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and his BS in art from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. He maintains a very active exhibitions schedule, with such recent shows as the 2012 invitational, Push Play, at the 46th annual NCECA conference, Bellevue Arts Museum, WA; The New Materiality: Digital Dialogues at the Boundaries of Contemporary Craft, Asheville Art Museum, NC; and Craft Meets Technology, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Louisville. Over the past four years, Boldon has completed ten public art commissions across the country. He relocated to the Twin Cities in 2008, where he currently maintains In Plain Sight Studios, “an experimental collaborative space that integrates digital media with ceramics, glass, sculpture, architecture, and public spaces.” Boldon spent his McKnight year developing large-scale, freestanding sculptures that integrate digital ceramic printing into three-dimensional spaces.