Occupy Chicago; Chicago, IL 2011-2012; © 2020 Jason Houge, All Rights Reserved; VoTP_077

Capital TimesHungry city: Food banks and farmers feed rising numbers in Dane CountyPhotograph by: Jason HougeWritten By: Emily Shetler Capital TimesThe Family Table: A raclette dinner among friends tames a Wisconsin winterPhotographs by: Jason HougeWritten By: Kathy Brozyna Capital TimesHamel Center celebrates opening, bringing “Wisconsin touch after Wisconsin touch” to music schoolPhotographs by: Jason HougeWritten By: Yvonne Kim Eastside NewsNourishing our NeighborsPhotographs by: Jason HougeWritten By: Amie Hoag Capital TimesPerformance artist Kel Mur hosts a fertile ‘Feast’ at Morris RamenPhotographs by: Jason HougeWritten By: Lindsay Christians TonePodcast: Performance art, menstruation, and dinnerPhotographs by: Jason HougeConversation between Scott Gordon with Kel Mur NPR | All ThingsRead More →

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Education 2011 – B.A. University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Jurying and Public Speaking 2018 – Juror: 43rd Juried Annual, Miller Art Museum 2012 – Juror: ImageMakers National Photography Contest, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Green Bay Teaching Experience 2021 – Guest Lecturer: Black and White Photography; Harvard Extension; Cambridge, MA 2017 – 2019 – Creative Youth Development Specialist; Boys and Girls Club of Greater Green Bay; Green Bay, WI 2014 – 2019 – Sr. Associate Lecturer: Intro to Photography (art 243); University of Wisconsin – Green Bay; Green Bay, WI 2014 – Guest lecturer: Intro to Photography (art 243); University of Wisconsin –Read More →

Jason Houge – Photographer, Author, Educator and Mentor. To create his compelling and often haunting photographs, Jason Houge draws on his own turbulent past and works from an empathic perspective within each community the work comes from. Born in 1979 in John Day, Oregon, Houge was raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin. His interests in the sciences, nature and the environment began at an early age. Informed by frequent trips to the local library and teachers at school, he took to making discoveries and learning about the world first-hand through self-guided exploration and kept a journal to draw and write about his findings. At the ageRead More →