Caroline Earley joined the faculty of Boise State University in 2010 as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Art. She has two degrees in ceramics; a BFA from Ohio University (Athens, Ohio) and an MFA from the University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee), a Diploma of Teaching from Wellington, New Zealand in Visual Art, Art History, and Technology, as well as a certificate in Maori Language from the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology in New Zealand. She has taught both in New Zealand and the United States, and her most recent exhibition "Everything's Coming Up Roses" was held in the Fishbowl Gallery at the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology.
19th San Angelo National Ceramic Competition, The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts (2012)
Domestic Disturbance, Object Space Window (2012)
Ink and Clay 38, Online Exhibition Catalog, W. Keith and Janet Kellogg University Art Gallery of California State Polytechnic University (2012)
Ink & Clay is an annual competitive exhibition of prints, drawings and ceramics sponsored by...
Sculpture and Object, Sanderson Contemporary Art (2012)
Domestic Disturbance, The Suter Te Aratoi o Whakatu (2011)
Public Lectures / Exhibitions - Juried
Art Talk: Eastern Traditions, Western Expressions, Boise Art Museum (2012)