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Adam John Manley (He, Him, His) is assis­tant profes­sor of Furni­ture Design and Wood­work­ing at SDSU. He has taught at the Maine College of art, Univer­sity of New Hamp­shire, and Umass Dart­mouth, as well the Haystack Moun­tain School of Craft and Penland School of Craft. Adam has exhib­ited both nation­ally and inter­na­tion­ally includ­ing solo exhi­bi­tions at the Indiana Univer­sity of Penn­syl­va­nia univer­sity gallery, The Indi­anapo­lis Craft Center, and an upcom­ing exhi­bi­tion at the Houston Center for Contem­po­rary Craft. He has been included in numer­ous group exhi­bi­tions across the country. Adam is incom­ing pres­i­dent of the board of the Furni­ture Society, and is co-founder, along with colleague Keri­anne Quick, of the contem­po­rary craft zine/​journal, CRAFT DESERT.

San diego, CA
Wood, sculpture, furniture, artist
Professional Status