Greg Hull

Creative Renewal Arts Fellow - In 1999, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, with generous support from the Lilly Endowment, established the Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship program. Originally conceived as a renewal opportunity similar to an academic sabbatical, this groundbreaking initiative offers mid-career artists and arts administrators the opportunity to renew and refresh their creativity. In it's 9th round, the fellowship offers 30 artists and arts administrators $10,000 for an 18 month fellowship period.

“The majority of my artistic and intellectual development has evolved through the creation of sculptural environments and installations. These works offered a unique forum for engaging the most diverse audiences. The primary focus of all of these works was to establish a dialogue between the audience and the site.” Greg Hull



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About My Work:

Much of the work by Greg Hull has been interactive, allowing audiences to not only experience the work they are immersed within, but to engage and affect the work on multiple levels. Hull is a sculptor working with a variety of media including metal, wood, stone, glass, video, and light. He creates sculptural objects, environments and installations. He teaches undergraduate sculpture and three-dimensional design at Herron School of Art.

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MFA Sculpture; University of Delaware, BFA Sculpture; Kansas City Art Institute


Professor; Herron. “Eclectic” at 4 star Gallery, “Breath” at Conrad Hotel, “Night Orchid” Light and Kinetic Sculpture. Herron School of Art assistant professor in sculpture department, ACI



Creative Renewal Grant, 2001.


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