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Academic Catalog 2014-2015 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Fine Arts 2D


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The Fine Arts 2D Department comprises programs in painting and printmaking. After exposure to a broad range of ideas and techniques, students in both programs work individually with faculty mentors to develop their own direction and aesthetic values. As proof of its commitment to fostering creative independence, MassArt offers undergraduate and graduate students alike their own workstations.

Because discipline is key to the pursuit of both painting and printmaking, students devote ten hours per week to class time and an additional six to twelve hours per week in their studios.

Painting Courses teach basic painting techniques, from stretching canvas to representing pictorial space on a flat ground, as well as advanced processes for developing themes and experimenting with the form and content of painting. Critiques, slide lectures, and visiting artist presentations complement studio time.

Printmaking Courses instruct students in etching, lithography, silkscreen, and photographic print processes as well as drawing. Students also learn to apply the latest computer technology and materials, including digital imaging and color separation, to augment traditional printmaking approaches.

Fine Arts 2D Faculty

Colleen Asper, Assistant Professor
BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art
MFA, Yale University

James Cambronne, Professor
BA, Augustana College
MFA, Yale University

Stuart Diamond, Professor
BFA, Pratt Institute

Barbara Grad, Professor
BFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
MFA, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

Nona Hershey, Professor
BFA, Tyler School of Art
MFA, Tyler School of Art, Rome

Kofi Kayiga, Professor
BFA, The Edna Manley College of the Visual And Performing Arts/Jamaica School of Art
MA, Royal College of Art

Peter Wayne Lewis, Professor
BA, San Jose State University
MA, San Jose State University

Fred Liang, Professor
BFA, University of Manitoba
MFA, Yale University

Roger Tibbetts, Professor
Diploma in Art, Wolverhampton College of Art
Higher Diploma in Art, Chelsea School of Art
MFA, Yale University

Programs

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