N H A T     T R A N

N H A T

Education

  2010             Guest Researcher, Urushi Section in the Department of Crafts, Tokyo University of the Arts (Geidai), Tokyo, Japan (April–July)

  1987–1992   Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of Fine Arts, in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Graduation with highest distinction

  1978–1983   School of Art, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


Experience

  2009       Panelist for the Indiana Arts Commission (visual arts)

  2003–present Teaching Artist, VSA arts of Indiana (VSAI), Indianapolis

  2001       Associate Instructor, Herron School of Art, Indiana University, Indianapolis


Public Commissions

  2010       Finalist in the competition for public art commissions at the New Wishard Hospital, Indianapolis, IN (announced in October)

  2006–08 The Indianapolis Airport Authority: commissioning of a large urushi lacquer mural, On the Tip of Our Wings, completed in September 2008 and inaugurated in October 2008, for the New Indianapolis Airport (Col. H. Weir Cook Terminal, Security Area leading to Concourse B).


Museum Collections

  2011       Wabash College Permanent Collection of Contemporary Art, Crawfordsville, IN: Between Right and Wrong

  2009       The Greater Lafayette Museum of Art, Lafayette, IN: What Are You Fighting For?

  2005       The Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN: Fragile Words

  2005       The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC: Points of Light, Points of Might

  2003       The Ohr–O’Keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS: Conversation with a Child (stolen)

  2003       National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC: Emerald Embeddings

  2001       The Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC: A Bouquet for You


Other Collections

Public collection: Arts Council of Indianapolis, IN.

Corporate collections: Lewis Law Firm, Washington, DC; Marian, Inc., Indianapolis, IN; Miller Veneers, Inc., Indianapolis, IN.

Private collections: major collectors from Moorpark, CA; Washington, DC; Key Biscayne, FL; River Forest, IL; Fishers, IN; Greenwood, IN; Indianapolis, IN; McCordsville, IN; Noblesville, IN; Westfield, IN; West Lafayette, IN; Zionsville, IN; Bethesda, MD; Chevy Chase, MD; Rockford, NJ; Staten Island, NY; Johnson City, TX; Sheboygan, WI; Nivelles, Belgium; Hanoi, Vietnam.


Honors & Awards

  2012       TOSCA’s Indiana Artist of the Year (Twin Cities arts guide, “Theatre Opera Shakespeare Culture Art,” The American Artists Series)

  2010       Tuition-free scholarship as guest researcher, Tokyo University of the Arts, Japan

  2009       Recipient of a Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship from the Arts Council of Indianapolis

  2009       I Feel Fine, and You? Lacquer painting (1999) acquired by the Arts Council of Indianapolis as retirement gift for departing President Greg Charleston, 25 June

  2008       Second Prize, IDADA Fourth Annual Member Exhibition, refereed by Midwest Museum of American Art Curator Bryan Byrn, Pivot Gallery, Indianapolis, February

  2006       Recognition by the City-County Council of the City of Indianapolis and of Marion County, Indiana, through Special Resolution no. 13, 2006, Indianapolis, March

  2006       Best of Show, IDADA Second Annual Member Exhibition, refereed by former Director of the Indianapolis Museum of Art Brett Waller, Stutz Art Gallery, Indianapolis, February

  2005       The Heart’s Closet, an oil painting, chosen for the cover graphic for a book titled From the Heart’s Closet: A Young Girl’s World War II Story by Anneliese “Lee” Krauter (Indianapolis: The Schatzi Press, Hawthorne Publishing, 2005; URL: http://theschatzipress.com/author.html).

  2001       Prize winner, “Indiana Now,” Biennial Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Indiana Artists, The Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, February

  2000       “Indiana artist of the month,” Indianapolis Museum of Art, January

  1999       Recipient of a Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship from the Arts Council of Indianapolis, June


Solo Exhibitions

  2013–14       The Art of Nhat Tran. Curated by the Meridian Street Foundation. Tarkington Tower, Indianapolis, IN, 15 November 2013–11 February 2014

  2013       Nhat Tran. See the Unseen. Curated by David Kadlec. Jacksson Contemporary Art, Columbus, IN, 7 June–20 July

  2013       Nhat Tran. Urushi Lights. Curated by Shaun Digwerth. Richmond Art Museum, Richmond, IN, 27 January–24 March

  2012       Nhat Tran. Urushi Lights. Curated by Jerry Points. Eye on Art Gallery, Carmel, IN, 9 November–8 December

  2012       Orchestral Collage. Curated by Shannon Linker. Gallery 924, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, IN, 20 January–24 February

  2011       Unveiled Layers: Exhibition by Nhat Tran. Curated by Michael Atwell. Eric Dean Gallery, Fine Arts Center, Wabash College, IN, 28 February–8 April

  2007       Nhat Tran. Healing Arts Indy, Indianapolis, IN, November–December

  2006       The Art of Lacquer Painting: Mixing Light with Life. Nhat Tran. The Wiessman Gallery, Chicago, IL, June

  2006       Abstract Consciousness. Part of series titled In Her Element: The Art of Four Women. Galerie Penumbra, Indianapolis, IN, May

  2005       Nhat Tran. Next in the Gallery, Herron Gallery of Art, Herron School of Art & Design, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN, February–March

  2004       Nhat Tran. Urushi: New Directions—Contemporary Lacquer Paintings, David Adamson Gallery, Washington, DC, October–November

  2003       Nhat Tran: Contemporary Vietnamese Lacquer Paintings, The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS, March–June

  2002       Nhat Tran: From Blackness to Brilliance, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI, November–February 2003

  2001       Walter Wickiser Gallery, Soho, New York, NY, April–May

  2000        Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship Solo Exhibition, Indianapolis Artsgarden, IN, September

  2000             Contemporary Vietnamese Lacquer Paintings, Chao Phraya Gallery, Washington, DC, April–May

  2000        “In Indiana” Gallery, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN, January

  1998       Lacquers from Vietnam, Germaine’s, Washington, DC, May–June

  1998       Lacquers from Vietnam, 4 Star Gallery, Indianapolis, IN, February


Group Exhibitions

  2014       The Contemporary Landscape Show. Curated by Shannon Linker. Gallery 924, the Arts Council of Indianapolis, IN, June.

  2014       Finale. The Last Show. Curated by David Kadlec. Jacksson Gallery, Columbus, IN, 30 May–28 June.

  2013       World of Great Lacquer: Origin and Flows. 2013 Hubei International Triennial of Lacquer Art, Hubei Museum of Art, Wuhan, Hubei, China. Invited artist. Sep.–Nov.

  2013       Asian Lacquer Exhibition. Curated by Patrick C. Ravines. Burchfield Penney Art Center, SUNY Buffalo State, Buffalo: 20 –24 May.

  2012       Resonant Uruwashi: New Vibrance in International Women’s Urushi Art. Curated by Sakurako Matshushima and Fumie Sasai. Yamawaki Gallery, Tokyo: 14 Sept.–1 Oct.; Gallery of Kyoto City University: 6–21 Oct.; Kitakata City Museum of Art, Fukushima Prefecture: 27 Oct.–25 Nov.

  2012       2012 World Ott chil Art Exhibition. [Ott chil means “natural lacquer” in Korean.] Exhibition Hall of Daegu Gyeongbuk Design Center, South Korea. Hosted by the Korea Ott chil Arts Council. June 19–25

  2011       Female Urushi Artists' Solidarity with the People of Tohoku. Curated by Sakurako Matshushima and Fumie Sasai. Aizu Fukushima Urushi Art Festival, Exhibition Hall of Aizuwakamatsu City, Japan, October 1–November 23

  2011       The Culture of Lacquer. Tainan International Treechi Art Exhibition, Chon Yei Arts Center, Tainan, Taiwan, July 2–November 13; organized by the Lacquer Arts Association of Taiwan, Tainan City, Taiwan

  2011       Asian Arts & Artists Exhibition. Garfield Park Arts Center, Indianapolis, 4 June–24 July

  2011       (shout!) 2009–2010 Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship Retrospective (Arts Council of Indianapolis), Indianapolis Art Center, 15 April–5 June

  2011       Facing East: Contemporary Asian Art. Selected Works. Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York, NY, 4 March–2 April

  2010       World of Lacquer. Material, Process, Spirit. 2010 Hubei International Lacquer Triennial, Hubei Museum of Art, Wuhan, Hubei, China. Invited artist. Sep.–Oct.

  2010       Urushi Works from International Artists. Exhibit Room, Tokyo University of the Arts (Geidai), Tokyo, Japan, May–June

  2010       Walking from the Age of Hemudu. Third International Exhibition of Chi Art, Fujian Art Museum, Fuzhou City, Fujian, China, May–June

  2009       Making It in the Midwest: Artists Who Chose to Stay. Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN, June–Oct.

  2009       Mind and Matter: 21st Century Indiana Art. Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN, March–May

  2009       Art for a New Century: Works Desired for the Permanent Collection. Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, Lafayette, IN, Jan.–Mar.

  2008       Asian Festival & Exhibition. Garfield Park Arts Center & Pagoda, Indianapolis, May–June.

  2008       Fourth Annual IDADA Member Exhibition, juried by Bryan Byrn, Pivot Gallery, Indianapolis, Feb.

  2007       A Chaotic Serenity: The Art of Nhat Tran and Wug Laku. Wug Laku’s Studio & Garage, Indianapolis, IN, July

  2007       Third Annual IDADA Member Exhibition, juried by Kaytie Johnson, Stutz Art Gallery, Indianapolis, Feb.

  2006–07 Curator’s Choice: Highlighting Indiana Art. Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN, Aug. ’06–Oct. ’07

  2006       The World of Lacquer: Nhat Tran and Tran Hoang Son. Duo exhibition. Fielding Lecht Gallery, Austin, TX, Sept.–Oct.

  2006       Studio B Sculpture Invitational, Cincinnati, OH, June. See http://www.artforthemasses.blogspot.com/

  2006       Second Annual IDADA Member Exhibition, juried by Christopher Daniel, Stutz Art Gallery, Indianapolis, Feb.

  2005       Holiday Group Show. The Wiessman Gallery, Chicago, IL, Nov.–Jan. 2006

  2005       Whispers to Shouts. Indiana Women Who Create Art, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, Feb.–Jul.

  2005       “Indiana Now” Biennial Juried Competition, Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, IN, Feb.–Apr.

  2005       Works by Members of IDADA, juried, Stutz Art Gallery, Indianapolis, Feb.

  2004       The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, on view March and Nov.

  2004       Group Show, Domont Studio Gallery, Indianapolis, IN, Feb.

  2004       8th Annual San Francisco Arts of Pacific Asia Show, The Rosenberg Group, Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion, San Francisco, CA, Feb.

  2003–04 No Boundaries—A Multicultural Viewpoint, Dean Johnson Gallery, Indianapolis, IN, Oct.–Nov.; Holiday One-Piece Show, ibid., Nov.–Jan. 2004

  2003       13th Annual Arts of Asia & Oceania Show, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA, Oct.

  2003       13th Annual Dream Home Exhibition, Indianapolis, IN, Aug.–Sept.

  2003       79th Annual Hoosier Salon Juried Exhibition, Indianapolis, IN, Aug.–Sept.

  2003       Dialogue des cultures, United Nations Headquarters, New York, NY, Mar.–Apr.

  2003       Scapes, Harrison Center for the Arts, Indianapolis, IN, Feb.–Mar.

  2002–07 Permanent Collection of American Craft, Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC, on view from Nov. ’02 to Spring ’07

  2002–06 True Colors: Meditations on the American Spirit

[An exhibition that toured nationally and internationally under the aegis of the Meridian International Center in Washington, DC. An artistic response to the tragedy of September eleven, True Colors offered a meditation on some of the qualities that made our nation able to respond to and recover from September eleven. Nhat Tran was the only Indiana artist represented in that exhibition.]

City Hall Arts and Cultural Center, Lake Charles, LA, Sept. ’05–Jan. ’06

The Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS, June–Aug. ’05

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealy Plaza, Dallas, TX, Feb.–June ’05

Danubiana Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia, Apr.–May ’04

National Gallery of Arts, Tirana, Albania, Feb.–Mar. 04

Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Jan.–Feb. 04

Millennium Court Arts Centre, Portadown, Northern Ireland, Nov.–Dec. 03

The Allied Museum, Berlin, Germany, Aug.–Nov. 03

The Montgomery Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach, FL, May–Aug. 03

The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL, Apr.–May ’03

Sun Trust Plaza Gallery, Atlanta, GA, Oct. 02–Jan. ’03

Çankaya Cultural Center, Ankara, Turkey, Oct. 02

Topkapi Palace, Istanbul, Turkey, Sept. 02

The National Arts Club, New York, NY, Jul.–Aug. 02

Meridian International Center, Washington, DC, Feb.–Apr. 02

  2002       International Visions–The Gallery, Washington, DC, Dec.–Jan. 2003

  2002       Seeing Red, Harrison Center for the Arts, Indianapolis, IN, Dec.

  2002       Asian Identities, Small Works Room, Walter Wickiser Gallery, New York, NY, Apr.

  2002       Dialogue des cultures, United Nations Headquarters, New York, NY, Mar.–Apr.

  2001       Creative Renewal Fellows Exhibition, Indianapolis Art Center, Aug.–Sept.

  2001       Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show, juried by Maxwell Anderson, Cambridge, MA, Jun.–Jul.

  2001       Group shows, Ruschman Art Gallery, Indianapolis, IN, Mar.–Nov.

  2001       77th Annual Hoosier Salon Juried Exhibition, Indianapolis, IN, Aug.–Sept.

  2001       International Visions–The Gallery, Washington, DC, Mar.–Apr.

  2001       “Indiana Now” Biennial Juried Competition, Art Museum of Greater Lafayette, IN, Feb.

  2000        International Juried Competition Face to Face 2, Stage Gallery, Merrick, NY, May–June

  2000        Ruschman Art Gallery, Indianapolis, IN


Presentations

  2013       “Urushi in Contemporary Art.” PowerPoint-based lecture at the Asian Lacquer International Symposium, SUNY Buffalo State, Buffalo, NY, 21 May 2013.

  2011       “Contemporary Urushi Paintings by a Vietnamese-American Artist in the U.S.” PowerPoint-based lecture at the Department of Fine Arts of Taichung University of Education, Taiwan, July 5.

  2010       “A Modern Interpretation of an Ancient Asian Art Form.” PowerPoint-based lecture at the Greater Lafayette Museum of Art, Lafayette, IN, 12 October 2010.

  2003       “The Art of Lacquer Painting.” Two presentations at the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, Biloxi, MS, 8 and 9 March 2003.


Publications

  2013        Fleischel, Robert (Yabane Co. Ltd.). NETSUKE, what else? SAGEMONO, of course! Catalogue published for the 2013 International Netsuke Society London Convention.

                        Includes color pictures of 180 antique Netsuke, Ojime, Inro, Pipe cases and Yatate as well as close-up pictures of many signatures, including a 19th-century marble-colored manju netsuke in ivory lacquer-painted by Nhat Tran. Photograph p. 58, numbered 137 in the catalogue. Close-up of artist’s signature p. 79 (along with those of 92 19th-century Japanese artists). Sagemonoya Gallery, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan, May 2013.

  2012        Weber, Gail M. “The American Artist Series. Nhat Tran, Indiana Artist of the Year.” In the “Exploring Art” section of Exploring TOSCA, fall 2012, p. 26 and p. 43.

  2012       Grossman, Dan. “Urushi Lights: Work by Nhat Tran [4 stars].” Nuvo, A&E Reviews, Visual Arts, November 14–21, 2012, vol. 23 issue 35 issue #1179, p. 21.

  2012        Matsushima, Sakurako; Sasai, Fumie; Todate, Kazuko. Resonant Urushi Exhibition: New Vibrance in International Women’s Urushi Art. Exhibition catalogue (Utsunomiya University, Tochigi, Japan: September 2012), pp. 66–67, 85, 95. pp. 66–67, 85, 95. See http://urushi-uruwashi.com/.

  2012       Petry, Ashley. “Gallery 924 highlights Asian art form of urushi.” The Indianapolis Star, Sunday 29 January 2012, section Indy Living, pp. 1 and 5. See http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2012201290304.

  2011       Baker, Nancy. “Precious Energy. The Ninth Zen Precept: Not Being Angry.” Feature article by Nancy Baker | Artwork by Nhat Tran, in Tricycle | The Buddhist Review, summer 2011, pp. 78–81, 119–20. See http://www.tricycle.com/feature/precious-energy.

  2011       Amidon, Jim. “ ‘Unveiled Layers’ Opens Monday.” The Papers of Montgomery County Online, 25 February 2011, http://www.the paper24-7.com/main.asp?SectionID=23&SubSectionID=22&ArticleID=29898.

  2011       Webmaster. “ ‘Unveiled Layers’ Open in Art Gallery.” Wabash College, http://www.wabash.edu/news/displaystory.cfm?news_ID=8734.

  2011       Kohn, Rita. “Unveiled Layers: The Art of Nhat Tran [4 ½ stars]” Nuvo, A&E Reviews, March 2–9, 2011, vol. 21 issue 54 issue #1029, p. 21. Also “Nhat Tran’s Unveiled Layers,” http://www.nuvo.net/indianapolis/review-nhat-trans-unveiled-layers/Content?oid=2098205.

  2010       Chinese Editors. World of Lacquer. Material, Process, Spirit. 2010 Hubei International Lacquer Triennial, Hubei Museum of Art, Wuhan, Hubei, China. Exhibition catalogue, 2010, pp. 119–24.

  2010       Chinese Editors. Walking from the Age of Hemudu to the Future. Third Exhibition of International Chi Art, 2010 Works Collection. Fuzhou City, Fujian, China: Culture and Art Publishing House, 2010, p. 91. ISBN 978-7-5039-4569-4.

  2009       IND Foundation, Inc. IND – The Art of It All. Art, Architecture, and Cuisine at the Indianapolis International Airport. Indianapolis, IN: Emmis Publishing, 2009. Artist profile, pp. 86–89. ISBN 978-0-615-32217-9.

  2009       Perry, Rachel Berenson. Making It in the Midwest: Artists Who Chose to Stay. Catalogue of the exhibition, Indiana State Museum, June 20–October 18, 2009, pp. 44–45.

  2008       Editors. “Traveling Exhibit.” The Indianapolis Monthly. November 2008. URL: http://www.indianapolismonthly.com/gallery.aspx?id=46442&image=7

  2008       Knox, Fuller. “Ready for Takeoff — Nhat Tran: An artist takes flight.” Feature article in Indianapolis Woman. Vol. 15, number 11, November 2008, pp. 42–47. URL: http://www.indianapoliswoman.com/archive.asp?r=2008\nov\main-features\inside\inside.txt

  2007       Watt Grade, Susan. Review. “Nhat Tran *** ½.” Under “a&e, Arts Clips: Visual Art” in Nuvo. Indianapolis, IN: 11.28.07–12.05.07, p. 19. URL: http://www.nuvo.net/articles/nhat_tran_/

  2007       Monteith, Clifton. “Traditional Japanese Craft Mediums as Ambassadors of Contemporary Cultural Exchanges: One Craftsman’s Expanding Encounters.” In Inaga, Shigemi and Patricia Fister, eds., Traditional Japanese Arts and Crafts in the 21st Century: Reconsidering the Future from an International Perspective. International Symposium, November 8–12, 2005. Kyoto, Japan: International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2007, p. 309.

  2007       McCoy, Richard. “The art and craft of Nhat Tran.” Under “a&e, Visual Art” in Nuvo. Indianapolis, IN: 10.24.07–10.31.07, p. 27. URL: http://www.nuvo.net/arts/article/art-and-craft-nhat-tran

  2007       Editors. “Nhat and Wug.” Nuvo, Visual Arts, July 4, 2007. URL: http://www.nuvo.net/articles/nhat_and_wug/

  2007       Cura Schlossberger, Maricar. “Indiana’s Asian Artists: Nhat Tran: Art of Mixing Light & Life.” Asian Access. Munster, IN: Cura-Schlossberger Design and Publishing, Inc., Vol. 1, Issue 6, July–August 2007, p. 7.

  2007       Berry, Skip L. “Flights of Artistry. Artport: Painter finds her passion in ancient art technique.” The Indianapolis Star: Indy Sunday. April 29, 2007, pp. 1, 6–7. Reprinted from indystar.com in VietnamArt Books.com at http://www.vietnamartbooks.com/articles/article.html?id=1463

  2006       Fort, V. Marc. Review. “2 Takes on Vietnamese Folk Art.” [About the exhibition ‘World of Lacquer” in Austin, TX.] Austin American-Statesman, entertainment website austin360.com, Wednesday, September 13, 2006. URL: http://www.austin360.com/arts/content/arts/stories/xl/2006/09/14reviews.html. Also at http://artaustin.org/reviews-200609.html - lacquer.

  2006       Editors. Review. “Luxurious Lacquer.” [About the exhibition ‘World of Lacquer” in Austin, TX.] Art Austin Newsletter, September 2006, vol. IV issue V. URL: http://www.inthegalleriesaustin.com/eletter.htm.

  2006       Thibodeaux, Julianna. Review. “Poetry or what? Revealing the mystery. Nhat Tran, Galerie Penumbra.” Nuvo, Visual Arts, May 2006.

  2006       Miller, Holly G., and Alicia Dean Carlson. “Community Development: Time Out.” Lilly Endowment Annual Report 2006: Renewal. Indianapolis, IN: Lilly Endowment Inc., 2006, pp. 1, 18–19. See PDF: http://www.lillyendowment.org/annualreports/LEAR2006_pdf/Community.pdf

  2006       Kim, Theodore. “Indianapolis’ New Airport Terminal. Sights for Soaring Eyes.” The Indianapolis Star, Wednesday, January 18, 2006, pp. A1, A7.

  2005       Perry, Rachel B. “Nhat Tran.” Whispers to Shouts: Indiana Women Who Create Art. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana State Museum, 2005, p. 50.

  2004       Goodman, Janis. Review. “Urushi: New Directions—Contemporary Lacquer Paintings.” TV Broadcast, Around Town Best Bites, WETA Channel 26 Production, Washington DC: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, November 1–5, 2004.

  2004       Thibodeaux, Julianna. Review. “Art’s spiritual grounding.” Nuvo, Visual Arts, February 18, 2004. URL: http://nuvo.net/articles/article_1976/

  2004       Russick, David. “Nhat Tran: Inclination to Believe.” Next in the Gallery. Indianapolis, IN: Herron Gallery, IUPUI Herron School of Art, 2004, pp. 49–50.

  2003       “Portfolio: Nhat Tran.” American Craft. New York: American Craft Council. August/September 2003, p. 61.

  2003       Editors. “Ohr to Feature Vietnamese lacquer painting beginning March.” Biloxi, MS: The Bay Press, vol. 30, no. 74, March 7, 2003, p. 1.

  2003       Editor. “Nhat Tran: From Blackness to Brilliance.” John Michael Kohler Arts Center, January/February 2003, under “Exhibitions.”

  2002       Cullum, Jerry. Review: “America in the Wake of Sept. 11. True Colors: Meditations on the American Spirit.” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Friday, Dec. 6, 2002, p. Q6.

  2002       Pappas, Mary Lee. “Nhat Tran: visual artist.” Under “Cultural initiative: Indy’s artistic innovators” in Nuvo/2002 Arts Guide, Sept. 4–11, 2002, p. 14.

  2002       “Nhat Tran: Points of Light, Points of Might, 2001.” True Colors: Meditations on the American Spirit. Washington DC: Meridian International Center, 2002, p. 19.

  2002       “Culture.” Vietnam: The New Century. Washington, DC: Embassy of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam in the USA, 2002, p. 19.

  2001       “Nhat Tran: Recent Paintings.” ARTnews, April 2001, p. 63.


Websites

• Personal website: http://www.urushi-artist.com/

• Arts Council of Indianapolis. “Meet Indy Artists” at indyarts.org. URL: http://www.indyarts.org/meetindyartists.aspx?ty=alp&lr=T&id=3817

http://indyarts.org/funding/individuals/creative-renewal-arts-fellowship/round-6-2009-2010/item/tran-nhat

Video (“Orchestral Collage”): http://vimeo.com/36192190

• National Museum of Women in the Arts. Clara Database of Women Artists: http://clara.nmwa.org/index.php?g=entity_detail&entity_id=15403

• Indiana State Museum. Museum collections. URL: http://museumcollections.in.gov/detail.php?t=objects&type=browse&f=maker&s=Nhat+Tran&record=0

• VSA arts of Indiana. URL: http://www.vsai.org/NhatTran.html

• Theater of Inclusion: An Artist Collaboration. Tools: Nhat Tran. http://theaterofinclusion.com/2014/05/26/tools-nhat-tran/

• Art Museum of Greater Lafayette. Back to the Community Collection: http://artlafayette.org/Collections/Community-Curates-Details/ArticleID/342

 
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