Graham Yeager is a Boston, MA based artist whose practice uses sculpture, performance, drawing and printmaking to create excuses to talk with people. His participatory projects that champion tactile and vocal interactions have received many awards including the Blanche E. Colman Award, Timothy F. Nichols Drawing Breath Award and Tufts University Graduate Student Research Award. Recent works have been exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Emerson Urban Arts Gallery. Public art works that Graham has performed in locally include Trying to Talk with Humans and Public Trust. He received his BFA in Ceramic Sculpture from the School for American Crafts at the Rochester Institute of Technology and his MFA in Studio Arts from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University. In the years between degrees, Graham spent time Taiwan as a Research and Studio Assistant to a Fulbright Scholar, lived in Seattle, WA as a Visiting Artist at Pottery Northwest and worked two summers as a Technical Assistant in the ceramics studio at Haystack Mountain School for the Crafts. Graham also lived in the Hudson Valley in New York where he earned the Ceramic Technician position at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Prior to relocating the whole family to Boston in 2015, he lived and made art in Madison, WI. Graham continues his efforts to document humanity with the marvelous support of his wife and two kids.