Faculty portfolios

  • Monolith, Crushed Police Squad Car, 2020.
    Monolith, Crushed Police Squad Car, 2020.
  • Intermodal Powerhouse No1., Steel, 2020.
    Intermodal Powerhouse No1., Steel, 2020.
  • Wayfinder, Steel and concrete, 2012.
    Wayfinder, Steel and concrete, 2012.
  • Skyline-Killbox, Billboard, 2010.
    Skyline-Killbox, Billboard, 2010.
  • Force of Action of Force-Killbox, Steel and Vinyl wall installation, 2010.
    Force of Action of Force-Killbox, Steel and Vinyl wall installation, 2010.

Noah Kirby

Senior Lecturer, Sculpture

Walker 004

Campus Box 1031
Biography 

Noah Kirby earned his BA from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, in 1998 and his MFA from Washington University in St. Louis in 2000. Kirby has worked for Cassilly, Inc. at the City Museum and runs N.K. Metalworks, both in St. Louis. His work has been shown nationally and internationally at Finder Arts District, Nanjing, China; National Ornamental Metals Museum, Memphis; University of Wyoming, Laramie; Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois; Thames Art Gallery, Chatham, Ontario; MacMurray College, Jacksonville, Illinois; Moss Thorn Gallery, Hays State University, Kansas; Auburn University, Alabama; Burris Hall Gallery, New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas; Gallery 130, University of Mississippi, Oxford; Good Citizen, St. Louis; Kidwelly, Wales, United Kingdom; Northeastern Junior College, Sterling Colorado; Powerhouse Gallery, Sloss Furnaces National Historic Site, Birmingham; Appalachian Center for Craft, Smithville, Tennessee; and String Gallery, Toronto, Ontario. Kirby currently teaches in the Sam Fox School and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. He is the co-director of Six Miles Sculpture Works and 50 Brick Artist Residency in Granite City, Illinois.