Jason Lee earned his MFA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and his BFA from Kent State University. Jason is a multi-media sculptor and installation artist who incorporates a wide variety of materials and techniques into his oddly humorous constructions and presentations. He has exhibited at 16 Beaver Space in New York, Spaces Gallery in Cleveland, the Contemporary Arts Collective in Las Vegas, the Soap Factory in Minneapolis, Western Exhibitions in Chicago, the Wisconsin Triennial, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. In 2004, he had a solo show as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland’s Curve series. Professor Lee’s work was featured in the 2007 Beyond/In New York exhibition in Buffalo, the 2008 Global Warming at the Icebox in Philadelphia, and was included in the 2008 Ohio+5 exhibition in Athens, Ohio. He received the 2008 SECAC Individual Artists Fellowship and recently had work featured at the Clark Arts Center in Rockford, Illinois and in the 2014 A Gallery Divided exhibition at the Clay Center for the Arts in Charleston, West Virginia.