Matter Out of Place exhibition at Detroit Artist Market, January 19th - February 17. Detroit, MI

Curated by Andrew Thompson, Matter Out of Place is a group exhibition of craft, fine art and design projects that explore the shifting meanings of decontextualized objects from industrial and cultural production. Preexisting objects, images and narratives are contested, critiqued and renewed via physical and metaphoric means of collage and assemblage. The work illuminates the importance of intentionality for both maker and viewer in the creation of the art experience. Artists include:
Corrie Baldauf, Terrence Campagna, Michael Garguilo, Ayaka Hibino, Shabnam Hosseini, Toby Millman, Ellie Richards, Victoria Shaheen, Sarah Rose Sharp, Thing Thing and Denise Samuels (collage mandalas).  January 19 – February 17, 2018

January 19, 2018, 6-9 p.m.

February 10, 1 p.m.

Joan Mitchell Center: Open Studios, Sunday November 19 12:30 - 2:30pm

Terrence's studio will be open to the public as part of  the opening weekend of Prospect.4. From the Joan Mitchell Center press release:

"Join us for Open Studios at the Joan Mitchell Center, featuring the current Artists-in-Residence: Terrence Campagna (Ann Arbor, MI), Gregory Coates (Allentown, PA), Lee Deigaard (New Orleans, LA), Satch Hoyt (Prospect.4 Artist; Berlin, Germany), Roberto Jamora (New York, NY), Maider López (Prospect.4 Artist; San Sebastian, Spain), Jessica Vogel Brown (New Orleans, LA), Stacy Lynn Waddell (Chapel Hill, NC), Lorna Williams (New Orleans, LA)."

Prospect.4 Artists Otabenga Jones and The Kitchen Sisters will also be on site, along with other activations on Bayou Road. Learn more about the current Artists-in-Residence at For more details about Prospect.4, visit

Rove: Terrence Campagna/ Tom Jones at Edgewood College Gallery, Madison, WIsconsin. February 2 - March 9, 2018


From the Press Release:

"Terrence Campagna and Tom Jones are both wanderers. They are also advertant (giving attention, heedful) observers as they rove through physical and cultural landscapes. Campagna’s images reflect his walks through urban and rural environments. Jones creates a series of works based on images of carpets in Native American casinos. Rove runs at Edgewood Gallery from February 2 - March 9, 2018."



Recent Field Work at Indianapolis Art Center

Terrence’s new series of sculptural wall hangings made from wood materials collected while traveling across the midwest is being featured in the Solo Exhibition, Recent Field Work  at the Indianapolis Art Center’s Frank M. Basile Exhibition Hall in Indianapolis, IN from December 5 - February 1st 2015.

Atmosphere at Eastern Michigan University Art Gallery

Curated by Amy Sacksteder and Jason DeMarte, Atmosphere examines the work of 14 artist projects whose work engages spaces and surroundings in an effort to create new conversation around space, its use, and its effect upon us. Campagna’s work is featured along with artists Ana Samoylova, Claire Sherman, Gregory Euclide, Adam Ekberg, Thomas Jackson, Sarah Kabot, Danielle Rante, John Mann, Barry Underwood, Millee Tibbs and others. The exhibition opens October 26, 2015.

Casa Vogue Brazil

Campagna’s work is featured in the Brazilian design magazine, Casa Vogue Brazil.  click arrow above to read)

Chicago Tribune

 Terrence’s work at the Elmhurst Art Museum is part of a review in the Chicago Tribune by art critic, Lori Waxman. (click arrow above to read)



South Bend Museum of Arts Biennial 27

Terrence's Work was selected for Biennial 27 at the South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, IN. Exhibition opens July 6 - October 6. The juror for Biennial 27 was Lisa D. Freiman, Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, Indianapolis Museum of Art. There will be a reception for the exhibition on August 2, 5:00-7:30pm.

Yellow Trace Magazine

Terrence’s recent sculptural wall hangings made from found and collected wood pieces were featured in the online design journal, Yellow Trace Magazine.


Elmhurst Art Museum

Terrence’s work was selected for the Elmhurst Art Museum’s exhibition “New American Paintings: Midwest Edition” in Elmhurst, ILL. For the first time in its 20 year history, the critically acclaimed publication, New American Paintings, which presents a juried exhibition-in-print with each issue, will jump from the page to the Museum walls.  Campagna’s work one of 40 artists selected by Elmhurst Art Museum Chief Curator, Staci Boris. The exhibit is on view from May 16 to August 23rd, 2015.

Joan Mitchell Foundation

Terrence was awarded a fellowship by the Joan Mitchell Center on Bayou Road, where he will be a resident for the Spring of 2013. The Joan Mitchell Center aspires to be a place for creation, innovation and transformation; supporting values of community, diversity and social equity; providing a forum for artists and to be a welcoming, inclusive gathering place for the arts and the broader community of New Orleans. Along with artists Keith, Rollin and Ryan Pierce, Terrence will give an artist talk at the Joan Mitchell Center on Bayou road May 7, at 6:00.

New American Paintings

Terrence's work was recently featured at the New American Paintings Blog "In the Studio: Process of a Painting"

On the Surface of the Midwest at University of Wisconsin at Parkside


Terrence’s work is part of a solo exhibition at the University of Wisconsin at Parkside, entitled On the Surface of the Midwest. The exhibition is comprised oflarge sculptural wall hangings that theartist has made over the last 5 years, and also features accompanying video compositions that emerge from the artist’s walks.  The exhibit runs from September 4 - October 17, 2013. Artist’s Reception and talk, October 16, 4:30 - 6:30. 

BEMIS Center Artist Talk | December 6

Join us as current artists-in-residence Terrence Campagna, Maria Pithara, and John Zane Zappas present their work during our First Thursday Art Talk on December 6, 2012 at 7:00 pm. As always, Art Talk is free and open to the public.

Barr Gallery, IUS Fine Arts, Indiana University Southeast

Transition Points: Lisa Walcott, Linda Lopez, Terrence Campagna, Mathew McConnell

Ranging in media from photography to installation, this exhibition explores the work of four artists who utilize perceptual and cognitive transition points as a means for generating new form and content.

Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday, August 30th from 5pm - 7pm! There are also artist lectures that will happen in conjunction with this event: Terrence Campagna - Sept. 4th, 1:15pm Knobview Hall Rm 125


Sculpture Space

Terrence will be an artist in residence at Sculpture Space in the winter of 2013. He plans to work with collections of material he has made during field trips carried out in Southern Michigan, Northern Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska (during the spring, summer and fall of 2012).

Pier 1218

Sometimes the things you put things on are more important than the thing themselves

Opening: 28 October 2011, 3 – 8pm
4225 Sheffield Rd., Madison, WI 53711

Katarina Riesing, Michael Jones Mckean, Matt Olson, Derrick Buisch, John Phillip Abbott, Colby Claycomb, Matt Robertson, Dale Malner, Amy Feldman, Terrence Campagna



Terrence will be an artist and researcher in residence at threewalls. His work at threewalls will be part of a long term field collection project he is working on in southern Michigan, Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska in 2012.