Angelo Kozonis

Born in Barrington, Illinois

Lived in Baltimore & Attended

Maryland Institute College of Art 

Rinehart School of Sculpture

Currently lives in Hyde Park Chicago


If you have ideas about collaboration: 

Open to making, editing, and acting in videos

Open to snail mail drawings and writing 

CV_Slim Version


MICA MFA Rinehart School of Sculpture       2014-2016


Knox College                                                 2005-2009

Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art and History 



Work Experience 

Writing and Presentation Tutor                       2016-2019   

Johns Hopkins Carey Business School

Construction Manager                                    2010-2014

Amcraft Construction


Initiated Sustainable Recycling Practices

for discardable construction materials:

carpet, paper, carpet pad, paint


Metal Scrapper, Painter, Carpet,

Base Installer, Negotiator


High School Gymnastics Coach                    2009-2014                 


Grants & Awards 

Maryland Individual Artist Award                  2016, 2019

for Works on Paper

Ford Fellowship Grant Recipient                            2008

Researched Welfare in Galesburg, IL


Dorothy Inness Stafford Award                               2008

Awarded to student with highest 

scholastic average in American History


Published in Catch Magazine                                 2008

for two ceramic sculptures

Knox College's Award Winning Literary Magazine                   




Dream / Dirt = Rinehart, Fox 3 Gallery:                           2015

MICA, Baltimore, Maryland


In Place, Nashville, Tennessee                               2015


Rineheart, Leidy Gallery, Fred Lazarus                  2014

Center: MICA, Baltimore, Maryland


 Art in Suite 247, O'hare Lake Office Park              2012 

 Des Plaines, Illinois


Still In Progress, Ford Center for the Fine Arts       2009

Knox College, Galesburg, IL



Teaching Experience

Graduate Position Assistant,                         2015-2016

Post-Bac Program for Bill Schmidt


Teaching Assistant, Sculptural Forms,                  2015

for Dustin Boise


Teaching Assistant, Ancient through Gothic         2014     for Barbara Baxter