About

      

I am interested in the translation or mistranslation of experiences that occur when printing digital imagery on porcelain tablets, inspired to appear as faux printer paper. The digital space is a vast archive of individual and social behavior. We rely upon digital interfaces to deliver essential information as well as for social interaction, especially considering how covid-19 has forced many people to quarantine and work remotely. Though viewed as a vessel of stability, the digital interface is actually unstable. The information contained digitally is constantly shifting, updating and refreshing. Despite its fragility, clay is one of our most archival materials, having documented much of human development. Translating digital imagery onto clay allows me to physically interact with information that would normally be limited to a screen. I can etch and add onto the clay tablet transfers as a way to add subjective thought and feeling to these often dense and less accessible aspects of the digital. This  materiality enables me to engage with my interest in the effect of technology on human experience.  

EDUCATION    

•    2022       Master of Fine Arts

                     University of Massachusetts-Amherst
 

•    2018       Bachelor of Fine Arts   
                     University of Georgia

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

•    2020     Graduate Project Assistant 

                     University Museum of Contemporary Art 

•    2019-   Teaching Assistant 

                     University of Massachusetts- Amherst


GROUP EXHIBITIONS    
 

•    2021      This Moment of Rupture, VisArts, Rockville, Maryland (Juror: Margaret Boozer)

•    2021      People Places Things, Project Gallery V, Online, New York (Juror: Samantha Rippner) 

•    2021      2021 National Juried Exhibition, Delaplaine Arts Center, Frederick Maryland (Juror: Margaret Winslow)

•    2021      Adrift, Main Street Arts, Clifton Springs, New York (Juror: Steffi Chappell) 

•    2021      Printin', St. Louis Artists' Guild, St. Louis, MO (Juror: Aaron Coleman)

•    2021      Variations 2021, Marblehead Arts Association, Marblehead, MA (Juror: Beth C. McLaughlin)

•    2020      What Now? Ely Center of Contemporary Art, New Haven, Connecticut (Online) 

•    2020      A Ceramics Exhibition, The In Art Gallery (Juror: Professor Mathew McConnell) 

•    2019      Wherever I may be the sky is mine, Herter Gallery, Amherst MA (Curated by Professor Young Min Moon)

•    2019      A Room of Their Own: OCAF Summer Installation, Watkinsville, GA (invitational) 

•    2019      Residency Closing Exhibition, Horlock House Art Gallery, Navasota, TX

•    2018      Chautauqua School of Art Annual Student Exhibition, Fowler-Kellogg Art Center, Chautauqua, NY 

                    (Curated by Professor Don Kimes)

•    2018      Full House, Lyndon House Art Center, Athens, GA 

•    2018      Everybody talking at once, Lamar Dodd School of Art, Athens, GA 
•    2017      Text and Image, Site:Brooklyn Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (Juror: Edith Newhall, Critic, Philadelphia Inquirer)
•    2017      EMERGE: an Intercollegiate Art Student Exhibition, Blue Mark Studios, Atlanta, GA (Jurors Brian Seay,                          Director of Blue Mark Studios, and Anne Weems, gallery manager at Hathaway Gallery)
•    2017      Reflections of 2016, Kelwood Contemporary Art Gallery,  Baton Rouge, LA (Juror: Jennifer Carwile)
•    2017      La Mostra, Lamar Dodd Gallery Space,  Athens, GA 
•    2016      La Mostra, UGA Cortona Gallery Space, Cortona, Italy
•    2016      Fl3tch3r Exhibit, Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN (Juror: Eric Avery) 
•    2016      HPSC UGA Art Competition Winners, Turner Gallery, Athens, GA
•    2016      Student Art Competition Art Show, Botanical Garden Visitor Center, Athens, GA  

RESIDENCIES

 •   2018      Navasota Artist in Residence, Navasota, Texas 

 •   2018      Chautauqua School of Art, Chautauqua, New York

AWARDS AND RECOGNITION  

 

•    2021     1st place, National Juried Exhibition, Delaplaine Arts Center, Frederick, Maryland (Juror: Margaret 

                    Winslow)

•     2021     3rd place, Printin', St. Louis Artists Guild, St. Louis, Missouri (Juror: Aaron Coleman)

•    2018      People's Choice Award, Members Show, Oconee County Arts Foundation
•    2018      Thompson Summer Fellowship
•    2016      Cortona Art Incentive Scholarship 
•    2016      1st Place, State Botanical Garden of Georgia Annual Art Competition 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY
 

•    2019    "Art & Life with Hannah Duggan" VoyageHouston, January 23

•    2018     Represented Artist, Friend of the Artist magazine: Volume 5

•    2017     Hannah Duggan, artistaday.com daily feature, October 13,
•    2017     “Oil Paintings by Hannah Duggan” Amperstand Literary, March 13,
•    2017     “Artists use work to reflect on 2016 in new show” Dig Baton Rouge, March 1st
•    2016     “2016 Fl3tch3r exhibit catalog” Reese Museum

 

 

COLLABORATION AND PUBLIC COMMISSIONS​

 

•    2017     I'd rather be in Tignall mural, North Wilkes Steering Committee, Tignall Ga 

•    2017     Snelling Dining Commons word space mural, Athens, GA

•    2017     Wall of Honor, Veterans' Mural, Rutledge, GA