Charlotte Rodenberg

Contributor / Workshop Leader

Charlotte Rodenberg is an active artist, a published author/illustrator, and an educator.  She holds a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Tyler School of Art, Temple University.  Her studio practice includes traditional printmaking, experimental screenprinting, international community projects, and street art installations.

Rodenberg began her in 2009 at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. She recently relocated to Doha where she now teaches Print Media at Virginia Commonwealth University Qatar. Rodenberg is the recipient of VCU Deans Research Grants, the Jentel Foundation Artist in Residence Fellowship, and The Anderson Gallery Space Grant. Her work has been exhibited at Page Bond Gallery, Iridian Gallery, ADA Gallery, Sediment Gallery, Ruffin Gallery, and 1708 Gallery.  Rodenberg’s work is in the permanent collection of the Try Me Gallery and the University of Southern Indiana. She is represented by Page Bond Gallery.

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