Solo and Two Person Exhibitions:

(Solo) Platforms, Hillyer Arts Space, Washington D.C.
(Two Person Exhibit with Julia Oldham) Reciting Pi, Field Projects Gallery, New York, New York
(Solo) until every shape has found its city, Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, Virginia (catalogue)
(Solo) Traveling Past Proun, Project 4 Gallery, Washington D.C.

Resident Artist Two Person Exhibition, Scott Hutchinson and Evan Reed, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, Virginia

(Solo) Evan Reed, Resident Studio Artist Exhibition Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, Virginia
(Solo) Evan Reed, New and Recent Sculptures, Flashpoint Gallery, Washington D.C.
(Solo) Evan Reed, Recent Sculptures, Hungerford Gallery, College of Southern Maryland, La Plata, Maryland

Group Exhibitions:


Flattening the Form, Drawing and Prints by Sculptors, Robert Brown Gallery, Washington D.C.

Native Species, Artist Working in Wood, Kay Gallery, BlackRock Center for the Arts, Germantown MD.


Second Act, Artist from the Franz Bader Fund, Katzen Arts Center, Washington D.C.


40 for 40 Celebrating Four Decades of Grace, (Invitational) Greater Reston Arts Center, Reston, Virginia

East Meets West (Invitational) Kaplan Gallery, VisArts Center, Rockville, Maryland


Georgetown Studio Faculty Exhibition 2010, Spagnuolo Gallery, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.


Imaging the Distance, Arlington to Aachen Ludwig Forum fur Internationale Kunst, Aachen, Germany, (Juried) (Catalogue) Curator, Harold Kunde,                

Playing for Keeps, Toys and Their Side Effects (Invitational) Atlantic Gallery, New York, New York


State of the Art, A Mid -Atlantic Regional Overview, The Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, Virginia (Juried) (Catalogue) Curator, Carol Lukitsch


Washington Project for the Arts/ Corcoran, Art Auction (Catalogue) The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Curator, Chan T. Chao


Sculpture at Washington Square, Group Exhibition (Invitational) Curator, Marie Ringwald, Washington D.C.        

In Process, Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the BFA Program at the Corcoran College of Art and Design, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (Juried) (Catalogue) Jurors, Sam Gilliam and Jonathan Binstock,


MSU Faculty Exhibition, Helen E. Copeland Gallery, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana
The Bowl Show (Invitational) The Bowl Alternative Exhibition Space, Bozeman, Montana

Public Art Loan Program (Invitational) Albany International Airport, Albany, New York Curator, Sharon Bates


Whatever Floats Your Boat, Annual Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Art Omi (Invitational) (Catalogue)

Curators, Sylvia De Swannn and Jonathan Kirk, Omi, New York

1998 New York State Biennial, New York State Museum (Invitational) (Catalogue) Curator, Linda Wientraub,

Albany,New York

Mohawk Hudson Region Invitational, Leslie Urbach Gallery, Albany, New York, Curator, Rebecca Harrimann


The Mohawk Hudson Region Juried Exhibition, SUNY, Albany Art Gallery, Dan Cameron, Juror, Albany, New York


Art Sites 1996, Group Exhibition with the International Sculpture Center and The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Tudor Place Estate and The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. (Invitational) Curators, Carla Hanzel and Jack Cowart

Awards and Grants:


Georgetown University Competitive Grant in Aid


Georgetown University Competitive Grant in Aid

The Franz and Virginia Bader Fund

Fairfax Commission for the Arts, Strauss Fellowship

NEA Organizational Grant, Public Art Learning Project, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA.

Georgetown University Faculty Summer Research Grant

The Berkshire Taconic Foundation Fellowship


Artist in Residence, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, Virginia


Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, Vermont


Mark Jenkins, “Flattening the Form”, Washington Post, September 27, 2015
Mark Jenkins, “In the Galleries” Washington Post, June 19th, 2015

Michael O’Sullivan, “Structures That Bend With Imagination” Washington

Post, Weekend, October 28, 2011, p14
Mark Jenkins, “Beyond a Basic Pattern”

Washington Post, July 1, 2011, C8
Janet Rems, “Turning the Familiar into the Fantastic”

Fairfax County Times, October 28, B-3

Christina Diels, Kunstvoller Brükenschl von Aachen nach Arlington,

Aachener Zeitum, November 9, 2007

Carina Hansen, Ungewöhnlich Gewöhnliches,

Aachener Nachrichten, November 9, 2007

Janet Goodman, “Evan Reed” WETA Channel 26, Around Town, Best Bets, September, 2006 (Television Broadcast)

Kriston Capps, “Evan Reed: New and Recent Sculptures”,

Washington City Paper, September 7, 2006
William Jaeger, “Artist of the Mohawk Hudson Region Invitational”

Times Union, Albany, New York, February 1, 1998, p.12
Peg Churchill Wright, “Brush Marks”
The Daily Gazette, Albany, New York, January 22, 1998, B7

Academic Appointments:

2003-Present: Visiting Assistant Professor/Gallery Director

Georgetown University, Washington D.C.

2000-200: Visiting Assistant Professor in Sculpture, Sabbatical Replacement

Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana

1996-1999: Technical Assistant for the Visual Arts Department

Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont


1994-1996: Master of Fine Arts, Sculpture,

Virginia Commonwealth University. Richmond, Virginia

1989-1992: Bachelor of Fine Art

The Corcoran School of Art, Washington D.C.