2017 The Past Is Never Dead: Kristin Casaletto, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA (5/6-7/30/17)
2015 Kristin Casaletto: Parable, New York Public Library, Muhlenberg Branch, Chelsea, NY, NY
2014 Kristin Casaletto: Made in America, Green Chalk Contemporary Gallery, Monterey, CA
2012 solo show, Etherridge Center, Univerity of South Carolina, Aiken, SC
2010 Kristin Casaletto, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA
2008 Voices & Visions: Kristin Casaletto’s Imagery as Social Commentary, GCSU Art Museum,
88 Square Feet: The Art of Large-Scale Woodcut--New Works by Kristin Casaletto,
The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA
2007 Kristin Casaletto: Woodcuts, Mary Pauline Gallery, Augusta, GA
2005 Red Earth Soliloquy: Ruminations in Print,The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA
2004 Mississippi Voices: Stories and Visions of the South, Museum of Art, Hattiesburg, MS
1999 Unnamed Sources, MFA exhibition, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
Fortune Five Hundred, installation, WMU
Project Relocating Hope, installation, WMU and Florence, Italy
1998 Leaving Limbo: Works on Paper, Terryberry Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI
1988 Kristin Casaletto: Some Works, Courthouse Gallery, Muncie, IN
2017 Marking Time, Cotuit Center for the Arts, Cotuit, MA
Drawing & Its Peripheries, (co-curator with Amelia Salisbury), Ann & Ellis Johnson Gallery,
Augusta, GA, then travels to Armory Gallery, Blacksburg, VA
Awakenings, Carmel Plaza, Carmel, CA
Telephone Game, Westobou Festival of the Arts, Augusta, GA
Speaking Volumes, Transforming Hate. Ft. Collins Museum of Art, Ft. Collins, CO.
2016 Pushing the Press: Printmaking in the South. Georgia Museum of Art in partnership with Lyndon
House Art Center, at Lyndon House, Athens, GA. Curator: Didi Dunphy.
2nd Annual Juried Exhibition, Athica Center for Contemporary Art, Athens, GA. Juror:
Annette Cone-Skelton, director, Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia.
Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate. Shiva Gallery, CUNY, New York, NY. (Feb-
Mar.); Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA (April-May); High Point, North Carolina
(June-July); Fort Collins, CO.
Fl3tch3r Exhibit: Social & Political Art. Reece Museum, Johnson City, TN. Juror: Eric Avery.
Reception: Oct. 27, 2916.
2015 Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate. Living Arts, Tulsa, OK. Jan. 2 -Feb. 28, 2015. reception
Jan. 2, 2015.
Fighting the Fires of Hate: America and the Nazi Book Burnings. UC Gallery, Missoula,
MT. Mar. 2015.
2014 Lo Spirito in Volo, Richmond Center for the Visual Arts, Kalamazoo, MI.
Artist Activist. Mary S. Byrd Gallery, Augusta, GA. Curator: Liselott Johnsson.
2013 Speaking Volumes, Transforming Hate. Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts and
History Museum, Redmond, WA. Curator: Katie Knight.
34th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition. Bradley Art Galleries, Peoria, IL.
Juror: Stephen Goddard, Sr. Curator of Prints & Drawings, University of Kansas Kress
Woman, Town 220 Gallery, Madison, GA
Joseph Campbell: The Artist's Way. Celadon Arts in collaboration with the Joseph Campbell
Foundation, Opus Archives & Research Center, and the Carl Cherry Center for the
Arts. Carl Cherry Cultural Arts Center, Carmel, CA.
Art at the Airport, Monterey Airport, CA.
Woman Made, Redbird Gallery, Columbia, SC.
2012 Day on Fire: The Apocalypse in Contemporary Art, Slocumb Galleries, Johnson City, TN.
2nd National Etching Exhibition, New York Society of Etchers, National Arts Club, NY.
Juror: David Kiehl, Whitney Museum of American Art.
Hand-Pulled Prints II, One Horse Press and Noyes Cultural Arts Center, Evanston,
IL. Juror: Julian Cox.
2012 MAPC Juried Members Exhibition, Arts Council of Southeast Missouri. Cape
Giradreau, MO. Juror: Liz Zanis, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
XLG, Town 220 Gallery, Madison, GA (two-person show)
2011 New Acquisitions of Works on Paper, Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, GA
Tempting Equilibrium, Des Lee Gallery, St. Louis, MO. Juror: Mark Pascale, Art Institute
2010 Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Project Fellows Exhibition, EFA Project Space,
New York, NY
Prints: Now in 3D!, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN. Curator:
ASU Art Faculty Invitational, Hudgens Center, Duluth, GA. Curator: Angela Nichols.
(S)edition: Prints as Activism, Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI.
Juror: Mark Pascale, Art Institute of Chicago.
Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State University,
Jonesboro, AR. Juror: David Kiehl, Whitney Museum of American Art. Purchase award.
Salon des Refusees, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT.
2009 Generation, two-person show, The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA.
IconData 2009: Global Virtual Museum of Contemporary Graphic Art, SMGT,
www.triennial.cracow.pl, April 2009-April 2010.
2008 Sognando la Realta’, Mya Lurgo Gallery, Lugano, Switzerland.
Identity, Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles, CA. Jurors: Maryna, Hrushetska,
Executive Director, CaFAM, and Patrick Merrill, California State University, Pomona.
Washington Printmakers National Small Works 2008, Washington Printmakers Gallery,
Washington, DC. Juror: Ann Shafer, Baltimore Museum of Art.
Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate, Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT.
Curator: Katie Knight. Travels to the following venues through 2010:
Copper Village Museum & Art Center, Anaconda, MT: Jan.-Apr. 2008
University of Montana-Western, Dillon, MT: Sept.-Oct, 2008
Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery, Livingston, MT: Jan.-Feb. ‘09
Custer County Art Center, Miles City, MT: Mar.-May 2009
Paris Gibson Square Art Museum, Great Falls, MT: May-Aug. 2009
Mondak Heritage Center, Sidney, MT: Aug.-Sept. 2009
Emerson Center for Arts & Culture & the Helen E. Copeland Gallery, Bozeman, MT:
Montana Museum of Arts & Culture, Missoula, MT: Jan.-Mar. 2010
Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT: Mar.-June 2010
21st Parkside National Small Print Exhibition, Communication Arts Gallery,
University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Kenosha, WI. Juror: Karla Hackenmiller,
Inscribing Meaning: The Context of Text in Visual Art, Georgia College & State
University Art Museum, Milledgeville, GA. Curator: Shannon Morris.
Curator: 20/20 Vision: The Art of Contemporary University Printmaking, The
Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA. Author of catalogue essay.
2008 Cascade Print Exchange IV, Corvallis Art Center, Corvallis, OR.
Organized by Yuji Hiratsuka.
2007 Another View in conjunction with Los Angeles Printmaking Society 19th National Exhibition,
Weingart Gallery at Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA. Juror: Linda Lyke.
31st Bradley International Print & Drawing Exhibition, Heuser Art Center,Bradley University,
Industrial Identity: Developing the American South, Gallery RFD, Swainsboro, GA
Black Line, Contemporary Arts Exchange, Macon, GA. Juror: Jonathan Dye.
Adam’s Fault, Gallery 222, Augusta, GA
2006 Krakow Print Triennial, Stowarzyszenie Miedzynardowe Triennale Grafiki, Krakow, Poland.
Curator: Katarzyna Wojtyga.
Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, Bradbury Gallery, Arkansas State University,
Jonesboro, AR. Juror: Judith Hecker, Museum of Modern Art, NY.
Southern Printmaking Biennial, Hoag Gallery, North Georgia College & State University,
Auction for Life (Zirkle benefit), Wingspan Gallery, Lexington, KY
The Transferred Image, 33 Collective Gallery, Chicago, IL
Imprints and Oil Spots, The Fire House Gallery, Louisville, GA
Twenty-seventh Annual Paper in Particular National Juried Show, Columbia College,
Something about Soul, State of the Art, Augusta, GA
2005 Intolerance, New Jersey Print Council, Somerville, NJ, (traveling exhibition)
The Faculty Show, Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
2004 ASU Art Faculty Show, Fine Arts Center Gallery, Augusta State University, GA
Cultural Crossroads video screening, Port Gibson, MS
2004 Janet Turner National Print Competition and Exhibition, Janet Turner Print Museum,
Tamarind Group, E.J. Bellocq Gallery, Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA
Of Art & Artists: Recent Work from the ASU Art Faculty, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art,
Southworks, Oconee Fine Arts Center, Watkinsville, GA
2002 Faculty Art Show, Fine Arts Center Gallery, Augusta State University, GA
Digital Video Screening, University of New Castle, New Castle, Australia
Juried Alumni Show, Atrium Gallery, Ball State University, Muncie, IN
Fear-Fun, four-person collaborative multimedia installation and performance, The
Multimedia Room, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
Starr Earthwork, thirty-seven-acre earthwork by the World Peace Art Initiative international
collaborative group, Starr Commonwealth Campus, Albion, MI
Points of View, Art Gallery, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, Gautier, MS
World Peace Artists Initiative (WPAI), international collaborative that creates large-scale
public artworks and related peace activities in five member nations, member, 2000-2004 Faculty Art Show, Fine Arts Center Gallery, Augusta State University, GA
World Peace Artists Initiative Inaugural, Brueckner Museum, Albion, MI
Roots Uprooted, multimedia digital book piece published in Peter Hyatt Middleton’s digital
book Art and Education
1999 Mississippi Statewide Art Faculty Traveling Show, multiple venues, 1999-2000
1998 Counter/Fit, South Gallery, Kalamazoo, MI
WMU Printmakers, Rotunda and South Galleries, Kalamazoo, MI
1997 Ready for the Renaissance, Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI, 1997-1998
(commissioned to paint 12-ft. fresco mural and tempera painting)
Trajectories, Studio Art Centers International Gallery, Florence, Italy
Settimo Concorso di Belli Arte, Galleria delle Carmine, Florence, Italy (2nd prize)
1995 Aquinas College Faculty Show, Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, MI
1992 Earth, Air, Water, Sky, Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, MI
1991 Arts Alive!, Chrysler Gallery, Grand Rapids, MI
1988 Five Imagists Named Moe, Emmons Auditorium, Muncie, IN
Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Archive, New York, NY
One Horse Press, Chicago, IL
Mississippi Humanities Council, Jackson, MS
La Serena Vineyards, Montalcino, Italy
Studio Art Centers International, Florence, Italy
SMTG, Krakow, Poland
Permanent Collection, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR
Edith & Ely Broad Museum of Art, E. Lansing, MI
GCSU Museum of Art, Milledgeville, GA
Morris Museum of Art, Augusta, GA
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR
Kalamazoo Institute of the Arts Print Study Collection, Kalamazoo, MI
Louisiana State University Print Collection, Baton Rouge, LA
Western Michigan University Prints Collection, Kalamazoo, MI
Ball State University Print Study Collection, Muncie, IN
Augusta University Print Collection, Augusta, GA
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA
Blue Mountain Center, Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Hambidge Center for the Arts and Sciences, GA
University of North Dakota Print Collection, Fargo, ND
Southern Graphics Council Archive, University, MS
numerous private collections
2002 summer plate lithography program, Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, NM
2001 waterless lithography workshop, Frogman's, Vermillion, SD
1999 M.F.A., Painting with further emphasis in Printmaking, Western Michigan University
1992 M.A., Art History, Michigan State University, summa cum laude
1989-90 Graduate Art History, Universita' di Firenze, Florence, Italy
1988 B.F.A., Drawing, Ball State University, Honors College graduate, summa cum laude
1988 B.S., Physics, Ball State University, Honors College graduate, magna cum laude