Susan Hagen | Minneapolis College of Art and Design

Susan Hagen

Alumni
’80

Title
Degree
Areas of Study
Sculpture

Susan Hagen is a Philadelphia artist, writer and educator engaged in social and environmental issues. Ms. Hagen’s artwork has been featured in numerous venues throughout the U.S., including the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art; del Mano Gallery in Los Angeles; the Tweed Museum in Duluth; Miami Basel; and the Dime Gallery in Chicago; and in Philadelphia at the Center for Art in Wood, the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, and Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site. In October 2021, The Drawing Room, a project space in Philadelphia, will host a show of her work. Ms. Hagen is a Fellow at the Ballinglen Arts Foundation, in Ballycastle, Ireland, where she has been in residence in 2015, 2017 and 2019. Other honors include artist’s residencies at the Ragdale Foundation in Chicago and the McColl Center for the Arts in Charlotte, NC, as well as artist’s grants from the George Sugarman Foundation, the Leeway Foundation, and the Independence Fellowships in the Arts. Ms. Hagen is an Associate Professor at the Bucks County Community College and has taught workshops and master classes at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Anderson Ranch in Colorado, Penland in North Carolina. She has written hundreds of articles about art for publications and blogs, including the Philadelphia City Paper, Woodwork magazine, Hand Papermaking and the Artblog.

For more information: susanhagen.net