Aaron Treher is a contemporary artist and educator based out of Boulder, Colorado. His non traditional art practice bridges the fields of art and science, creating projects that contribute to both cultural and scientific forms of knowledge.
Treher holds a Master of Fine Arts in Art Practices from the Sculpture and Post-Studio Practice area at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Department of Art and Art History. As a graduate student Treher was awarded two King awards, departmental scholarships, the 2017 Summer Fellowship through the College of Arts and Sciences, and in 2018 a duel NEST Fellowship in collaboration with Molly McDermott (Ph.D. student, Department of EBIO). Most recently, Treher has been awarded a Western Lands Fellowship with the M12 Studio, a residency with the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts in Nebraska City, Nebraska, a residency with the Mountain Research Station and the Sculpture and Post-Studio Practice area at University of Colorado Boulder, and a residency with the Ucross Foundation.
Photo by Barbara Bosworth