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Born in Louisville, Kentucky, Mitchell Noah is an artist and educator currently based in Baltimore, Maryland.

Mitchell’s practice incorporates glass, objects, sculpture, image making and video. He received an InterMedia + Digital Art MFA from UMBC, and an MFA in Glassworking from BGSU in Ohio. His work has been shown in group exhibitions both nationally and internationally, particularly through artist-run and independent arts spaces. He has taught glassmaking at Bowling Green State University (OH) from 2013-2015, the University of Louisville’s Hite Art Institute (KY) in 2020, and currently at Corradetti Glassblowing Studio (Baltimore, MD) since 2016.

In 2019, Mitchell and his partner Chinen Aimi founded Spatial Oddity Studio as a way to share objects and wares for everyday-use. Their glass and ceramic works are represented by the Made in Baltimore program, and were recently featured in American Craft Council’s 2021 Baltimore Craft Week.

Recent Exhibitions

2022 Heat Rash (Emerge Baltimore Series), Bromo-Seltzer Arts Tower, Baltimore MD (two-person)

2022 Hite Art Institute 75th Anniversary Alumni Exhibition, Cressman Center for Visual Arts, Louisville, KY

2022 Sip, Janice Charach Gallery, Detroit, MI 

2022 Hand Crafted, Kay Gallery, BlackRock Center for the Arts, Germantown, MD

2021 CraftForms, Wayne Art Center, Wayne, PA (juried)

2021 Baltimore Craft Week, American Craft Council (online; as Spatial Oddity Studio)

2020 Mixing the Medias, Glass Axis Gallery, Columbus, OH

2019 Green Stairwell Concert Series I.II: Analogy Fair, Marby Room, Bethesda, MD

2019 Tool Book Project Vol. III: Work Book Gallery

2018 Midnight, Paradice Palase, Brooklyn, NY

2018 Young Blood, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD

2018 Strength in Practice, Gallery CA/Waller Gallery, Baltimore, MD

2018 Lucky Suns, Center for Art Design and Visual Culture, Baltimore, MD

2017 What May Be, Tectonic Space, Baltimore, MD

2017 Feminism Fights Patriarchal Power, SpaceCamp, Baltimore, MD

2016 The Difference Between Jelly & Jam, Parkwood Gallery, Toledo, OH

2018 MFA Intermedia + Digital Art, University of Maryland Baltimore County, MD
2014 MFA 3D Studio Art (Glassworking), Bowling Green State University, OH
2011 BFA 3D Studio Art (Glass), Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville, KY
Two-Week-Intensive Workshops 
2011 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, ME [Yoshihiko Takahashi; Glass]
2010 Penland School of Crafts, NC [Boyd Sugiki & Lisa Zerkowitz: Glass; Work-Study Scholarship]

maintained by the artist (2022)