SAB 122 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Cynthia Consentino lives in western Massachusetts. She received a MFA from University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and a BFA from The Cooper Union College of Arts and Sciences, New York, NY. She currently teaches at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and Holyoke Community College. A recipient of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, American Craft Council, The Society of Arts and Crafts, Berkshire Taconic and The Blanche E. Colman Artist Awards, Consentino has exhibited widely.
Friedman's approach to understanding the world and its logic has long been expressed through the laborious, painstakingly precise and unexpected methods that he uses. His work is often autobiographical, recreating random elements from his own life and surroundings. To create these sculptures and objects he uses everyday materials including styrofoam, paint, paper, card, clay, wire, plastic, hair and fuzz.
Patricia Galvis Assmus
FAC 445 | email@example.com
Professor Galvis Assmus has worked in experimental and computer animation for over 25 years with an interest in multicultural iconography, graphic design and visual interaction using digital technologies. Originally from Colombia, S.A., she has created numerous films, been the Editor for SIGGRAPH's Computer Graphics Journal and is a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Prof.
SAB 212 | 413-545-3029 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Copper Giloth’s projects take the form of mobile apps, artist books, digital prints, animations, videos, websites and installations. Her work has been exhibited in the USA, Japan, Canada, and across Europe. In July 2014 her App “Labyrinth of Fables” was published in the iTunes App and the Google Play stores. Her recent sculpture, “Hidden Family” was in a group exhibition in New Haven, CT in Spring 2011.
SAB 257 | 413-545-6803 | email@example.com
Susan Jahoda is an artist, educator, and organizer whose work includes video, photography, text, performance, installation and research based collaborative projects. Currently, Jahoda is a core member of BFAMFAPhD, and a co-founder of NYC To Be Determined and The Pedagogy Group, collectives of socially engaged artists and educators based in New York City.
SAB 253 | 413-545-1903 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Benjamin S. Jones is an artist and educator working in sculpture, drawing, and installation. His work is driven by a sense that we define our existence through the structures we create: engineered and architectural structures as much as intellectual, financial and social structures. He has exhibited his work in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the US including exhibitions in New York, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., Virginia, Michigan, California, and Massachusetts.
FAC 455 | email@example.com
Colleen Keough is a Trans-Disciplinary Intermedia artist working in video, sound, performance, installation, photography, mixed media, music, creative writing and hybrid art forms. Her work explores the intersection of pop culture, identity, myth and technology through integrated media works which investigate the voice and fragmentation of identity and language through electronic modes of communication and identification.
SAB 228 | firstname.lastname@example.org
For the past three decades, Alexis Kuhr has explored the possibilities of abstraction in painting, drawing and printmaking. Her works have been shown nationally and internationally in numerous exhibitions and she is the recipient of fellowships from the Minnesota State Arts Board and the New England Foundation for the Arts.
FAC 455 | email@example.com
Coe Lapossy’s work investigates how popular culture gets into your heart, your mind, and changes you. She has shown in, "Brink v2: Space and Intimacy" at The Boston Center For Arts and “Liking Is For Cowards. Go For What Hurts” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Her current projects reinterpret subversively queer narratives, using elements of painting, sculpture, and performance.
Professor and Chair
SAB 250 | 413-545-1903 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Shona Macdonald teaches both undergraduate and graduate studies. Her concentration is painting and drawing.
SAB 255 | 413-545-4477 | email@example.com
Robin Mandel is an artist working in sculpture, photography, and installation. Across these media, his work explores the dematerializing effects of time, light, and motion. He has exhibited nationally and internationally at venues in Boston, Hartford, Portland (ME), New York, Montreal, Venice, Barcelona, and Jerusalem.
Clark 200A | firstname.lastname@example.org
Shane Mecklenburger works in sculpture, new media, installation and performance. His projects explore systems of value, conflict and simulation, often in collaboration with diverse fields of practice. His work has exhibited widely in the U.S. and abroad. He has received a 2016 MacDowell Fellowship and a 2013 Battelle Endowment for Technology and Human Affairs, which fosters work examining the complex relationship between science and technology and broader social and cultural issues.
Young Min Moon
Professor and Graduate Program Director
SAB 248 | 413-577-0624 | email@example.com
Young Min Moon’s art and art criticism reflect his migration across cultures and his awareness of the hybrid nature of identities forged amid the complex historical and political relationships between Asia and North America. Moon has shown his art in numerous exhibitions in this country and abroad, and published his essays in a range of publications. He is a recipient of Guggenheim Fellowship in 2014.
FAC 455 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Omid Shekari is an Iranian artist whose work channels the crises through an imaginative form of magic realism that blends banal events of daily life with the potential violence that lies just below the entire surface of the globe at any time in history. Shekari has been a resident at Ox-Bow, Michigan (2015), Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Maine (2016), and OMI International Art Center, NY (2017).
SAB 14 | email@example.com
Juana Valdés' multi-disciplinary practice combines printmaking, photography, sculpture, performance, and ceramic. Values' artwork examines the post-colonial history of the Americas and the current representation of Latinos, Caribbean citizens, Blacks or what constitute "Other" in mainstream America. She has participated in residencies and exhibited, "much wider than line," part of SITE Santa Fe's ongoing biennial series.
SAB 225 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Vogel works in video, photography and computer arts. Vogel’s art explores the world as viewed through new media technology using web-cameras, blogs and Google searches as source material. She received her MFA from Hunter College (NYC) in 2003. She is a 2005 NYFA fellow in Computer Arts and is currently Assistant Professor of New Media Art at the University of Massachusetts.