Steven Ceraso is a Long Island based artist and educator in Bay Shore NY. He received his Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture and Installation from Claremont Graduate University in Claremont California.
His work has been exhibited at Franklin and Marshall College, Iona College, Fountain Art Fair, Williamsburg Art Walks, The Parrish Art Museum, Islip Art Museum, Angels Gate Cultural Art Center, The Carnegie Museum, and Adelphi University.
Steven is currently a technologist for the Fashion Institute of Technology, Visual Presentation and Exhibit Design Department. He currently teaches furniture making and design for the Fashion Institute of Technology, Professional Studies Department. Steven has established and developed the furniture making curriculum.
For over six years Steven has taught woodworking and furniture making classes at Makeville Studio in Gowanus. At the Brooklyn co-working space he has developed classes and provides private technical instruction.
In addition to teaching and exhibiting his personal work, he has worked with members of the Long Island arts community to establish a gallery and outreach space in Bay Shore NY. Steven has curated and organized exhibits for students and emerging artists through the Art League of Long Island, Long Island University, and the Second Avenue Firehouse Gallery.
Past professional experience includes 3rd Ward Brooklyn, Long Island University, The New York Studio School, Briarcliffe College, SUNY Old Westbury, and Parsons School of Design.