BIO Michael Radyk MFA, Textiles, Rhode Island School of Design, RISD BFA, Tyler School of Art, Temple University
Michael Radyk is an artist and designer whose wall pieces, work and textiles have been exhibited both nationally and internationally. In 2010 he was a recipient of residencies from the Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences in north Georgia, Yaddo and the Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland. Michael has also received a Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation Grant. In 2011 his work was exhibited in New Weave: Five Contemporary Weavers at the Common Wealth Gallery, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Fibremen International at the Kherson Local Lure Museum in Kherson, Ukraine and the Artist in Residence Exhibition 2011 at the Hoffman Gallery in Portland, Oregon. His most recent exhibitions include; Victory ForTyler; Victory for All 2013, ICE Box Project Space, FiberPhiladelphia 2012, Outside/Inside the Box at the Crane Arts Building, a fiber and textile art biennial, Fiber Options: Material Explorations, Circle Gallery, Maryland Federation of Art in Annapolis, Maryland and a solo exhibition of his 05 Series at the McLanahan Gallery in the Misciagna Center at Penn State University. Michael is Professor and area head of the Fibers department at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania.