Dana Bishop-Root and Ruthie Stringer have been engaged in active collaboration, research and project making in public spaces since 2008.
Category: Adjunct Faculty
Shikeith’s work attempts an assemblage of personal truths and wonder that focuses on the metamorphoses of Black men.
Tom Hughes is an arts management professional with over a decade of experience assisting creative individuals and arts organizations.
Paul Mullins repetitively generates drawing and painting that is concerned with class, place, memory and masculinity. His more recent works, derived from consideration of our changing (or unchanging) social positions, have been made through the hand drawing of a single magazine fragment at a time. From 2001-2016, he was full-time faculty at San Francisco State… Read more »
Ferrell’s paintings represent fantasies and fears about the ‘Other’ through depictions of the everyday queer male.
Kristen Letts Kovak is the Senior Associate Dean for Academics and an Assistant Teaching Professor in the College of Fine Arts. She teaches undergraduate courses on drawing, painting, and aesthetic philosophy, including the intra-collegiate seminar, “Passport to the Arts.” She studied painting, drawing, and theory at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where she received… Read more »
Scott Andrew is a multimedia artist, working in video, installation, performance, and new media. He creates speculative fantasies that peer into otherworldly portals and voids. Scott has most notably exhibited with the Institute for New Feeling at MoMA’s PopRally (NYC), Recess (NYC), Ballroom Marfa (Marfa, TX), Whitechapel Gallery (London), Black Cube (Denver, CO), the Hammer… Read more »
Jamie Gruzska currently teaches photography and is the administrator for the college’s interdisciplinary photo program but works in painting and printmaking, autographic forms that have deeply influenced his thinking about photography. Increasingly committed to the huge currency of the “picture on a wall,” he has practiced un-discipline in his work, convinced that simultaneity will invite… Read more »