Kurt Dyrhaug is currently a Professor and Distinguished Faculty Research Fellow at Lamar
University where he teaches Sculpture, 3D Design, and 3D Printing. Dyrhaug earned his
Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Minnesota (1993) and his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (1989).
Since 2008, Dyrhaug’s sculpture and drawing has been included in over 200 juried and invited exhibitions including international exhibitions in Germany, Japan, and Poland. Solo exhibitions include the Galveston Art Center, Dishman Art Museum, Lawrence University, The University of Dallas, and the University of Louisiana Monroe. Dyrhaug’s sculpture is represented in
numerous private and public collections including Del Mar College, the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Metals Museum, and the Contemporary Art Museum Costa da Morte.
Mr. Dyrhaug is also active as a visiting artist and artist in residence. He has been an artist in residence at the Fundacion Torres Pujales in Corme, Spain and the Atelierhaus Hilmsen Residency in Hilmsen, Germany. Kurt Dyrhaug also co-coordinates the International Symposium: cast metal & 3d printing at the Atelierhaus Hilmsen Residency in Germany and is the co-chair for the 8th International Conference on Contemporary Cast Iron, Berlin, Germany.