About Joetta

Joetta Maue is a highly skilled and diversified arts educator, full time artist, curator, and arts writer.  

She has taught at a number of art education centers, universities and colleges and esteemed institutions.  Including lecturer in Photography at UMASS Amherst, UMASS Boston, and Mount Ida Collage and a Lecturer at the graduate level in Visual Studies at Northeastern University.  She has also been a guest teaching artist at Gallatin: School of Individualized Study at NYU, Art New England, Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, the Japan Society in Manhattan  & the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. 

Her most recent body of work is a series of embroideries, drawings and photographs that explore the conflicts and contradictions that exist within intimacy and the domestic space. Joetta’s work resides within the realm of the everyday, everyday objects, autobiography, and the female. She is especially interested in the role of personal relationships in our lives, seen in our most intimate moments and spaces.

Joetta received her BFA from The Ohio State University and her MFA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.   Joetta’s work has been shown throughout galleries and museums across the country and internationally.
Joetta authored the studio blog Little Yellowbird as well as being a regular contributor to a number of journals and a freelance curator. 

Joetta lives in New England with family.