Full Time Faculty
Since 2006, Klutch Stanaway has been teaching Three Dimensional Design at Fullerton College, where students have designed UFOs, created wearable sculptures, and fabricated unconventional mailboxes. Klutch started his teaching career as an adjunct instructor at Pierce College, teaching all levels of Sculpture.
Through an active career of making sculpture and works on paper, Klutch's work has been exhibited throughout the U.S. as well as in Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands. Klutch recently concluded solo shows at both Haus Gallery in Pasadena and at Spacecraft Gallery in San Diego. His work is represented by SolwayJones Gallery in Los Angeles, and has been reviewed in Art Scene, ArtForum.com, and Artweek.
Klutch received his M.F.A in Sculpture from Cranbrook Academy of Art, integrating carpentry, epoxy resin, and video in his work. As a B.F.A. student at California State University, Chico, Klutch focused on fabricating metal "machines" and participated in an active bronze casting facility. He has also attended a stone-carving workshop in France, worked at a bronze casting facility in Germany, helped spearhead an exchange program between the art departments at Chico State and Johannes-Gutenberg Universit�t Mainz, and attended an architecture workshop in Berlin.
He is very excited to participate with such a dynamic faculty, and looks forward to contributing to the immense creative energy of the college
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