Guadalupe Navarro

Instructor of Visual Arts, Interlochen Arts Camp

Graduate Assistant, University of Georgia

M.F.A. (in progress), Metalsmithing and Jewelry, University of Georgia; B.F.A., Drawing and Metalsmithing, Ball State University

Guadalupe Navarro is currently the Graduate Assistant at the University of Georgia in Athens, where he is pursuing his Master of Fine Arts in Metalsmithing and Jewelry while also teaching Advanced metals classes to undergraduate students. Guadalupe was born in Chicago, Illinois. He received undergraduate degrees in Drawing and Metalsmithing from Ball State University. He also worked as a production ceramicist for Rookwood pottery company in Cincinnati, Ohio in the slip casting and mold making department. Guadalupe currently resides in Athens, Georgia where he continues making art which reflects on religion, economics, drug trade within the Mexican culture. Guadalupe's work specializes in advanced fabrication and raising techniques which he uses to make vessel forms.