Juried Group Exhibit: “Art on the West Side”, The Gordon Jewish Community Center, Nashville, TN
Solo Exhibit: “Seasons in Glass”, The Brentwood Library, Brentwood, TN
Juried Group Exhibit: “Stretching the Boundaries”, Centennial Art Center, Nashville, TN
Group Exhibit: TN Craft Mid-State Members Exhibit, The Gordon Jewish Community Center, Nashville, TN
Collaborative event:
em· bod · i · ment, Oz Arts, Nashville, TN
3 Person Exhibit: iMage Making, Seed Space, Nashville, TN
Interactive Performance/Installation, Solve et Coagula, Seed Space, Nashville, TN
Featured Artist, 
Third Thursday,  Picture-This Hermitage Gallery, Hermitage, TN
Group Show:
CPA Consulting Group, Nashville, TN
Featured Artist: 
Dangerous Art,  CPA Consulting Group, Nashville, TN

Art Fairs

Holiday Open House, Harpeth Art Center, Pegram, TN

ARTable, The Clay Lady’s Campus, Nashville, TN
Treasures for the Holidays, Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Resort, Nashville, TN 

Private Collections
CPA Consulting Group, Nashville, TN

Public Collections
Nashville International Airport, Permanent Collection, Nashville, TN

Retail Representation 
Harpeth Art Gallery, Pegram, TN
Picture This, Hermitage Gallery, Hermitage, TN (through 2016)

Scholarships and Awards
Tennessee Craft Professional Development Scholarship
Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville, Periscope: Artist Entrepreneur Training Program

Judge, Glass Category, Fall Fest @ The Hermitage, Hermitage, TN
Internships with Adrienne Outlaw and Seed Space, Nashville, TN
Volunteer Committee, Stacked Box Community Art Project, various locations & The Hermitage, Hermitage, TN

Media and Bibliography

Friends of the Brentwood Library, “New February Showcase Features Kiln-Formed Glass Sculptures”, The Brentwood Buzz, February 4, 2017.

Rebecca Pierce, “ARTable Invites Audiences to Interact with Artists”, Nashville Arts Magazine, October 2015. 26.

4th Annual ARTable Advertisement, Nashville Arts Magazine, September 2015. 87.

John Jackson, “Solve et Coagula”, Art/See”, Nashville Arts Magazine, August 2015. 105.

OZ Arts Nashville. “TNT Featuring Tennessee-Based Artists”. 2015-2016 Program Guide.

Chris Scruggs, Been a Busy Few Weeks, and So Worth It. (Part 1)”, The Other Chris Scruggs (blog). July 27, 2015.

Sara Estes, “Stephanie Pruitt takes poetry to new levels at Oz Arts”, The Tennessean, July 18, 2015.

Lisa O’Donoghue-Lindy, “Alice Shepherd: On Following Your Passion”, HuffPost Women, April 6, 2015.

Elaine Pirozzi, “Alice Shepherd: When the Need to Create Triumphs”, Career 2.0, November 20, 2014.