Katelyn Odenheimer



BFA, Ceramics, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Denver, CO

BA, Art History, University of Colorado Denver, Denver, CO


Professional Experience 

Program Assistant – Creative Hub and Design StudioDenver Art Museum, Denver, CO, 2018 to Present

Studio Assistant, Metropolitan State University of Denver Ceramics Studio, Denver, CO, 2020

Gallery AssistantEmmanuel Gallery, Denver, CO, 2017



(Upcoming) Spot On, Juried by Michael Paglia, D'art Gallery, Denver, CO, 2020

Social Distance Gallery, Digital exhibition on @socialdistancegallery Instagram, 2020

MetroNow, Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, CO, 2020

Strange Times, R Gallery, Boulder, CO, 2020

Atria (solo), Center for Visual Art, (exhibition transferred to an online platform due to COVID-19), Denver, CO, 2020

MetroNow, Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, CO, 2018

Guilty as Charged, Juried by Michael Paglia, Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, CO, 2016


QuarantineMag, Issue #1, Edited by Bianca Mancin, Turin, Italy, 2020

What Are Birds?, Issue #2.3, Edited by Bennett Nieberg, 2020

Spring 2020 BFA Thesis Catalog, 2020

Scholarships and Awards

Nagel Art Thesis Award, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Denver, CO, 2020

COVID-19 Impact Grant, Denver, CO, 2020

Collaborative Projects

Mugs Up Collective, (a collaborative artist collective, cofounding member), Denver, CO, 2019 to Present

La Alma/Lincoln Park Collaboration, (a collaboration with The Bridge Project and Center for Visual Art), Denver, CO, 2019

Positivity Pots, (a collaborative series of mugs designed by Michaela Macasinag and Katelyn Odenheimer), Denver, CO, 2019

Work in Progress, (a collaborative mural designed by Jann Haworth and Liberty Blake that features contributions from over 100 artists), Salt Lake City, UT, 2017​​

Research Experience

Denver Art Museum, (assist in research and development of exhibition interpretive aspects, assist in creating and prototyping interactive activities), Denver, CO, 2017 to Present

Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, CO, 2017



Stitching Forward: The Age-Old Practice of Craft Fighting the Patriarchy Paper presented at the University of Colorado Denver annual BA Thesis Art History Symposium, Denver, CO, 2017

Stitching Forward: The Age-Old Practice of Craft Fighting the Patriarchy Paper presented at the University of Colorado Denver annual Research and Creative Activities Symposium, Denver, CO, 2017​​​​

Assistant Curatorial Projects

Jann Haworth: Never the Less, Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, CO, 2017

Performance Arts Week (PAW), Emmanuel Gallery, Denver, CO, 2017​


Arvada Ceramic Arts Guild, Member, 2020 to Present

Dirt Burners Clay Club, Member, 2020

Mugs Up Collective, Cofounding member, 2019