Diane Hoffman


Solo Exhibitions

2010 One person show, Schmidt-Haus, Nabburg, Germany, January – February

2006 “Burrow, Canyon, Bunker, Crawlspace: Recurrent Nightmares from
2004-05. New drawings by Diane Hoffman,” Furman University Gallery, Furman University, Greenville, SC

2005 “Montana Set,” Allison Gallery, Tusculum College, Greenville TN

2002 “Anything But,” Clough Hanson Gallery, Rhodes College, Memphis, TN

2001 “New Work,” Tennessee Arts Commission, Nashville, TN

2000 “Garden Party,” Paul Porter Center for the Performing Arts Gallery, Brevard College, Brevard, NC

1998 “Trauma,” Arkansas State University, Little Rock, AR

1995 “Diane Hoffman; 1992-1995,” Clough Hanson Gallery, Memphis, TN

1993 “Diane Hoffman,” Contemporary Art Workshop, Chicago, IL


Selected Group, Invitational, and Juried Exhibitions

Ongoing : The Drawing Center’s Viewing Program. Online Artist Registry


“Neoteric Abstract”, Limner Gallery, Hudson NY

Visual Rhythms, Warwick Museum of Art


Foundry Artist Holiday Show, Pawtucket Armory, Pawtucket RI

Exchange Street Studio Open Studios, Pawtucket RI

Wish You Were Here, A.I.R Gallery, 111 Front Street, Brooklyn, NY


“Made From Scratch: Artists Make their own Art Media”, exhibition and paint making demonstration at St. Louis Community College-Meramec, MO


“Diane Hoffman and Allison Paschke”, Chazan Gallery, Wheeler, Providence, RI


21st Drawing Show “Drawings That Work”, BCA Mills Gallery, Boston, MA
(Andrew Raferty, juror)

Boston Biennial 2009, Atlantic Works, East Boston, MA

Studio Visit Magazine, Volume 6, 2009, Open Studio Press, pp 70-71, Boston, MA

“Rhode Island School of Design Faculty Biennial,” RISD Museum, Providence, RI


“Amerika trifft Bayern” (America meets Bavaria), Kunst und Gewerbeverein, Regensberg, Germany September 12 –October 12

“Women’s History Month 2008: Relics and Remembrances” Relect-arts, Inc., Fountainhead Gallery, New York, NY


“73rd Annual Open Juried Show,” Housatonic Museum of Art, Bridgeport, CT (Bill Arning, juror)

Summer Exhibition, Clark Gallery, Lincoln, MA

“Facets of Transformation,” Gallery 181, Lawrence, MA (Marjorie Kaye, juror)

“Cambridge Art Association 9th Annual National Prize Show,” Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, MA (Cheryl Brutvan, juror)


artSPACE@16, Malden, MA (Leah Oates, juror)

“Works on Paper,” Wheeler Gallery, Providence, RI


“Current Memphis/Memphis Currents,” Shores Gallery, Amsterdam, Netherlands (Rob van der Schoor and Eric Knoote, curators)

“Side by Side Part 1,” Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, TN

“Photoish,” Marshall Arts, Memphis, TN (Hamlett Dobbins, curator)


“Best of Tennessee Art Competition,” Tennessee State Museum, Nashville TN (John E. Buchanan, Jr., juror)

“Arts in the Park: Memphis Arts Festival Juried Art Exhibit,” Memphis, TN (Shamim Moomin, juror)

“Diane Hoffman and Hamlett Dobbins,” Art Farm, Memphis TN

“Arts in the Park: Memphis Arts Festival Juried Art Exhibit,” Memphis, TN (Sandra Blain, juror)


“Renaissance Regional Art Exhibit,” The Renaissance Center, Dickson, TN (Timothy Webber, juror)

“Triennial Southeastern Juried Exhibition,” Mobile Museum of Art, 4850 Museum Drive, Mobile, AL (James Rondeau, juror)

“Civic Responsibility,” Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of
Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN


“Tenth Anniversary Arts in the Park Invitational,” Memphis Brooks Museum, Memphis, TN

“Interpretations of Dance in the Visual Arts,” Fannie Mae Gallery, Washington Ballet, Washington, DC (Samuel Chuen-Tsung Hoi, juror)

“12th Annual Women in the Visual Arts National Competition,” Erector Square Gallery, New Haven, CT (Andrea Miller-Keller, juror)


“Fire and Ice,” Atttleboro Museum, Attleboro, MA (George Fifield and Bob Rizzo, jurors)


“Chicago Critics Choose Chicago Artists,” Zolla Lieberman Gallery, Chicago, IL

Exhibitions 1994-1987 available on request.



Paducah Artist in Residence, Paducah, KT, November 1-30


Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, Schwandorf, Germany, January 15-February 3


Virginia Center for the Creative Arts International Fellowship, Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, Schwandorf, Germany, September 1-16


Montana Artist Refuge, Basin, MT

Virginia Center for the Creative Arts International Fellowship, Moulin á Nef, Auvillar, France (deferred)


ArtSouth, Homestead, FL


Burren College of Art, Ballyvaughan, County Clare, Ireland


Virginia Center for the Creative Arts International Fellowship, Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, Schwandorf, Germany


Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA


Vermont Studio Colony Resident Scholarship, Johnson, VT

Grants, Awards and Scholarships


Award of Excellence, Visual Rhythms, Warwick Museum of Art

LUCAD Lesley University, Faculty Development Grant


Art Institute of Boston, Lesley University, Faculty Development Grant


Rhode Island School of Design, Professional Development Fund Residency Grant


Abby Watkins Scholarship, Japanese Woodcut Printmaking Workshop Scholarship (declined)


Rhodes College, Faculty Development Travel and Research Grant (Miami, FL)


Art in the Park Invitational, Emerging Artist Award, Memphis, TN

Rhodes College, Faculty Development Research Grant


Memphis Arts Council Exhibition, Emerging Artist Award


Rhodes College, Faculty Development Travel and Research Grant (San Francisco, CA)


Collections and Commissions


Hot Iron Express: A collection of fifteen artists’ postcards. “Low Growing Habit: a series of a hundred original drawings,” Kyle Bravo and Jenny LeBlanc, jurors, Hot Iron Press: Chapel Hill, NC, 2003


Playhouse on the Square, Memphis, TN, Commissioned Poster for Cabaret


Marshall Arts (Memphis, TN), Big Cowboy, Commissioned Mural

Stadt Schwandorf, Permanent Collection, Schwandorf, Germany

Memphis Fire Museum Permanent Display, Memphis, TN

Theater Works, Project: Motion Series, Permanent Display, Memphis, TN