About / CV


Education

2019 (in progress) MFA in 2D Design, Cranbrook Academy of Art, BloomfieldHills, MI
2017 BFA in Photography, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2013 AA (Associate in Arts), Alpena Community College, Magna Cum Laude, Alpena,MI
2008 Certificate Study, Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Rapids, MI

Grants & Awards

2014 Bud BernsteinEndowment Award, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2014 Albert and Peggy DeSalle Scholarship, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2012 WSU Promise Grant, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2012 Green Transfer Scholarship, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

Exhibitions

2016 Silver MedalExhibition, Scarab Club, Detroit, MI
2016 Just My Type, Whitdel Arts, Detroit, MI
2014 Group Exhibition, Scope (Undergraduate), Wayne State University, Detroit,MI
2014 STEM, 555 Gallery and Studios, Detroit, MI
2014 Schapp Exhibition, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2013 ACC Annual Exhibition, Alpena Community College, Alpena, MI
2012 ACC Annual Exhibition, Alpena Community College, Alpena, MI

Commissions 

2014 Private Commission, Right is Overrated, TraditionalPhotography & Xerox, No Coast, Detroit, MI

Experience

2015 Preparator / ArtHandler, FAST, Detroit, MI
2014 Lab Manager, Photography Department, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI
2014 Exhibitions Manager / Public Relations, Elaine L. Jacob Gallery, Detroit,MI
2012 Print Shop Manager, Huron Distributors / Budweiser, Alpena, MI

Lectures

2014 “Physical Work in the Digital Age”, Open Studio, WayneState University, Detroit, October 14th

Statement

Gerald Flynt is a Michigan native studying at The Cranbrook Academy of Art, concentrating in 2D Design. He has also holds a BFA in Printmaking and Photography from Wayne State University.

Flynt is heavily invested in traditional and archaic methods of creating artwork, and uses these methods to emphasize the impact that technological progression has had on the people of the 21st century.

His artwork often deals with the with the progression of technology and its impact on modern social climates. 


 




 


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