IAIA - Institute of American Indian Arts

Course Descriptions

PHOT121 Introduction to Photography (3 credits)

This course is an introduction to black and white fine art photography. Course information covers camera anatomy, aperture, and depth of field, shutter speed, light, and exposure. Students learn the techniques of chemical processing and printing of black and white film. Lectures will introduce the study of the technique and aesthetics of fine art photography. The history of photography will also be introduced and discussed. Readings, research papers, field trips to galleries and museums, visiting artists, and both group and individual critiques are part of the learning experience. (Prerequisite: FUND101) *Studio Fee

PHOT221 Intermediate Photography (3 credits)

This intermediate course emphasizes increasing technical, formal, and critical skills in photography. Students will use various format, such as medium and large, cameras. They will also have the opportunity to use the studio lights and explore the in-depth use of various artificial lights as they study light and the artistic use of light and how it relates conceptually to their projects. This course includes readings, field trips, slide lectures, visiting artists, and both group how it relates conceptually to their projects. This course includes readings, field trips, slide lectures, visiting artists, and both group and individual critiques. (Prerequisite: PHOT121) *Studio Fee

PHOT290 Photography Internship (1 to 6 credits)

This course is a contract internship with the student, the host institution and the Studio Arts Program at IAIA. The student will have an opportunity to spend concentrated time with professionals in the area of study related to their art, education or research. Note: This internship may be taken after the first year as 290 or after the third year as 490 for one to six credits. *Studio Fee

PHOT295 Photography Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits)

Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with an IAIA student. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the first year as 295 or after the third year as 495 for one to six credits.

PHOT298 Photography Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions, and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PHOT121 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PHOT321 Advanced Photography (3 credits)

This course focuses on increasing students’ technical, formal and critical skills in photography. Further examination of the artistic process and development of professional portfolios are encouraged. Experimental techniques are emphasized. (Prerequisite: PHOT221) *Studio Fee

PHOT322, A, B, Special Topics (1 to 3 credits)

Special Topics in Photography courses allow the student to concentrate on a focused technique and area of study (applied or theory). These photography courses may include digital photography, non-silver and alternative techniques, and hand-coloring black-and-white photographs. (Prerequisite: PHOT121 and permission of instructor) Note: Students may take up to 6 credits of special topics courses. *Studio Fee

PHOT322A Digital Photography (3 credits)

This course is designed for photography students with little or no digital imaging experience. The objective will be to provide a fundamental understanding of digital imaging on a Macintosh operating system, from both a technical and theoretical point of view. (Prerequisites FUND101, PHOT121) *Studio Fee

PHOT398 Photography Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions, and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PHOT121 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PHOT421 Advanced Photography II (3 credits)

This course focuses on specialized projects for the advanced student in photography. Requirements include an exhibition project. (Prerequisite: PHOT321) *Studio Fee

PHOT422 Advanced Photography II (3 credits)

This course focuses on specialized projects for the advanced student in photography. Requirements include an exhibition project. (Prerequisite: PHOT321) *Studio Fee

PHOT451 Senior Project I: Photography (5 credits)

Senior level students will work with faculty to define and create a body of work that is refined, unified and personal in direction and is significant of artistic growth in technique and vision. This course provides a foundation for the development of the student’s final written thesis and exhibition. (Prerequisite: PHOT321) *Studio Fee

PHOT452 Senior Project II: Photography (5 credits)

Senior level student will work with faculty to establish a thesis body of work that demonstrates a culmination of acquired technique, research, and personal artist maturity. Each student must be motivated, directed, focused, disciplined and determined to pursue and explore a visual and conceptual statement for this thesis. A written thesis written and visual documentation of project work will be required. The student must participate in the group senior thesis exhibitions at the end of the academic year. (Prerequisite: PHOT451) *Studio Fee

PHOT490 Photography Internship (1 to 6 credits)

This course is a contract internship with the student, the host institution and the Studio Arts Program at IAIA. The student will have an opportunity to spend concentrated time with professionals in the area of study related to their art, education or research. Note: This internship may be taken after the third year as 490 for one to six credits.

PHOT495 Photography Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits)

Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with an IAIA student. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the third year.

PHOT498 Photography Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions, and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PHOT121 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PRTM101 Introduction to Printmaking (3 credits)

This course in introduction to basic printmaking techniques: woodcut, linocut, collographs, drypoint, monoprint. This course emphasizes nontoxic printmaking process, materials and the proper use of tools and equipment. Instruction includes lectures, demonstrations and critiques. (Prerequisites: FUND101) *Studio Fee

PRTM201 Intermediate Printmaking (3 credits)

This intermediate course will build on the fundamental knowledge of relief, intaglio, and planographic printmaking processes covered in Printmaking I, woodcut, collographs, dry point, monoprint and solar plate etching. The course will emphasize the development of a portfolio of an edition of prints. (Prerequisite: PRTM101) *Studio Fee

PRTM290 Printmaking Internship (1 to 6 credits)

This course is a contract internship with the student, the host institution and the Studio Arts Program at IAIA. The student will have an opportunity to spend concentrated time with professionals in the area of study related to their art, education, or research. Note: This internship may be taken after the first year as 290 or after the third year as 490, for one to six credits.

PRTM295 Printmaking Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits)

Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with a student from IAIA. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the first year as 295 or after the third year as 495 for one to six credits.

PRTM298 Printmaking Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PRTM101 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PRTM301 Advanced Printmaking (3 credits)

This advanced printmaking course offers intensive study in one or more printmaking techniques. Students are encouraged to explore advanced and alternative approaches to printmaking, and to combine past knowledge of technique and process to develop image and content. The student will complete a portfolio of prints that demonstrates an advanced approach to working with technique and concept. (Prerequisite: PRTM201) *Studio Fee

PRTM302, -A-B, Special Topics (1 to 3 credits)

Special Topics in printmaking courses allow the student to concentrate on a focused technique and area of study (applied or theory). These printmaking courses may include Monotype and the Painted Print. (Prerequisite: PRTM101 and permission of instructor) Note: Students may take up to 6 credits of special topics courses. *Studio Fee PRTM398 Printmaking Independent Study (1 to 3 credits) The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PRTM101 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PRTM398 Printmaking Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PRTM101 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PRTM401 Advanced Printmaking II (3 credits)

This advanced level printmaking course is for students who have mastered printmaking techniques and interested in expanding their technical knowledge of printmaking in one or more printmaking processes. Students will have the opportunity to pursue individual projects with assistance and feedback from the instructor. Students are expected to demonstrate a high level of commitment to the printmaking discipline. The student will complete a portfolio that demonstrates a mastery of technique and concept. (Prerequisite: PRTM301) *Studio Fee

PRTM402 Advanced Printmaking II (3 credits)

This advanced level printmaking course is for students who have mastered printmaking techniques and interested in expanding their technical knowledge of printmaking in one or more printmaking processes. Students will have the opportunity to pursue individual projects with assistance and feedback from the instructor. Students are expected to demonstrate a high level of commitment to the printmaking discipline. The student will complete a portfolio that demonstrates a mastery of technique and concept. (Prerequisite: PRTM301) *Studio Fee

PRTM451 Senior Project I: Printmaking (5 credits)

Senior-level students work with faculty to define and create a body of work that is refined, unified and personal in direction and demonstrates significant artistic growth in technique and vision. This course provides a foundation for the development of the student’s final written thesis and exhibition. (Prerequisite: PRTM301) *Studio Fee

PRTM452 Senior Project II: Printmaking (5 credits)

Senior-level students will work with faculty to establish a thesis body of work that demonstrates a culmination of acquired technique, research, and personal artistic growth. Each student must be motivated, directed, focused, disciplined, and determined to pursue and explore a visual and conceptual statement for this thesis. A written thesis written and visual documentation of project work will be required. The student must participate in the group senior thesis exhibitions at the end of the academic year. (Prerequisite: PRTM451) *Studio Fee

PRTM490 Printmaking Internship (1 to 6 credits)

This course is a contract internship with the student, the host institution and the Studio Arts Program at IAIA. The student will have an opportunity to spend concentrated time with professionals in the area of study related to their art, education, or research. Note: This internship may be taken after the third year as 490, for one to six credits.

PRTM495 Printmaking Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits)

Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with a student from IAIA. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the third year as 495 for one to six credits.

PRTM498 Printmaking Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PRTM101 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PTNG111 Introduction to Painting (3 credits)

This introductory course teaches students to paint with acrylic paints and emphasizes the development of basic painting techniques and skills. Class work is based on working from observation and resource materials and emphasizes basic color theory as it relates to color mixing and plasticity of form and space. A discussion of the history of painting techniques and concepts provides students with a foundation of different creative approaches for developing a painting. The course also examines painting from historical and contemporary contexts through slide lectures, visiting artists, and field trips to galleries and museums. (Prerequisite: (FUND101) *Studio Fee

PTNG211 Intermediate Painting (3 credits)

This intermediate level course emphasizes the refinement of formal, technical, and conceptual skills learned in PTNG111. A series of technically- and conceptually-based painting projects allow students to engage in painting as a form of critical inquiry. The painting projects, reading assignments, slide lectures, and group discussions create a conceptual framework for the course in which students can further explore theoretical and historical aspects of painting. (Prerequisite: PTNG111) *Studio Fee

PTNG290 Painting Internship (1 to 6 credits)

This course is a contract internship with the student, the host institution and the Studio Arts Program at IAIA. The student will have an opportunity to spend concentrated time with professionals in the area of study related to their art, education or research. Note: This internship may be taken after the first year as 290 or after the third year as 490, for one to six credits.

PTNG295 Painting Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits)

Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with a student from IAIA. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the third year as 495, for one to six credits.

PTNG298 Painting Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions, and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PTNG111 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PTNG311 Advanced Painting (3 credits)

This course encourages the development of technical skills in painting with an emphasis on personal expression. Cultural, social, political or purely aesthetic concerns related to the students’ personal interests are explored in a series of paintings. Visual work is supported by research that includes a journal project with writings, additional visual information such as drawings, and collected images that support the student’s direction in painting. Slide lectures, field trips, student presentations, and group and individual critiques, help the students to clarify individual concepts and aesthetic goals. (Prerequisite: PTNG211) *Studio Fee

PTNG312 -A-B, Special Topics in Painting (1 to 3 credits)

Special Topics in Painting courses allow the student to concentrate on a specialized technique or focused area of study. These painting courses could include Native images, watercolor, pictorial space and plasticity, and politics of art. (Prerequisite: PTNG111 and permission of instructor) Note: Students may take up to 6 credits of special topics courses. *Studio Fee

PTNG312-B, Watercolor (3 credits)

This course covers the fundamental techniques of wash, dry brush, wet in wet, transparent and opaque watercolor, as well as additional experimental techniques. Students will complete a series of exercises and projects with specific criteria emphasizing techniques and principles associated with watercolor painting. A series of slide lectures and class discussions focus on expanding the student’s knowledge of historical and contemporary artists working in watercolor. Instruction includes include group and individual critiques as part of the process of clarifying the student’s individual aesthetic goals. (Prerequisite: PTNG111) *Studio Fee

PTNG398 Painting Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions, and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PTNG111 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

PTNG411 Advanced Painting II (3 credits)

This Advanced-level painting course is for students who have mastered the fundamentals of painting and seek to further refine their painting skills. The student is expected to develop a number of artworks that demonstrate an in-depth exploration of painting, emphasizing the personal development of an aesthetic discipline and a strong personal commitment to painting. Students will be expected to articulate the formal and conceptual direction of their artwork. (Prerequisite: PTNG311) *Studio Fee

PTNG412 Advanced Painting II (3 credits)

This Advanced-level painting course is for students who have mastered the fundamentals of painting and seek to further refine their painting skills. The student is expected to develop a number of artworks that demonstrate an in-depth exploration of painting, emphasizing the personal development of an aesthetic discipline and a strong personal commitment to painting. Students will be expected to articulate the formal and conceptual direction of their artwork. (Prerequisite: PTNG311) *Studio Fee

PTNG451 Senior Project I: Painting (5 credits)

Senior level students will work with faculty to define and create a body of work that is refined, unified and personal in direction and is significant of artistic growth in technique and vision. This course provides a foundation for the development of the student’s final written thesis and exhibition. (Prerequisite: PTNG311) *Studio Fee

PTNG452 Senior Project II: Painting (5 credits)

Senior level students will work with faculty to establish a thesis body of work that demonstrates a culmination of acquired technique, research, and personal artistic growth. Each student must be motivated, directed, focused, disciplined and determined to pursue and explore a visual and conceptual statement for this thesis. A written thesis will be required, and /the student must present a senior thesis exhibition during the semester. (Prerequisite: PTNG451) *Studio Fee

PTNG490 Painting Internship (1 to 6 credits)

This course is a contract internship with the student, the host institution and the Studio Arts Program at IAIA. The student will have an opportunity to spend concentrated time with professionals in the area of study related to their art, education or research. Note: This internship may be taken after the third year as 490, for one to six credits. PTNG495 Painting Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits) Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with a student from IAIA. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the first year as 295 or after the third year as 495, for one to six credits.

PTNG495 Painting Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits)

Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with a student from IAIA. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the first year as 295 or after the third year as 495, for one to six credits.

PTNG498 Painting Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions, and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: PTNG111 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

SCUP131 Introduction to Sculpture (3 credits)

This beginning course offers an introduction to basic sculptural approaches, concepts, and techniques. Students experiment with additive and subtractive processes in clay, plaster, wood, or stone to learn a variety of construction techniques. This course focuses on developing skills and fabrication solutions in three-dimensional form, with an emphasis on the safe use of materials and power and hand tools. Project research requires the use of library resources. (Prerequisite: FUND102) *Studio Fee

SCUP231 Intermediate Sculpture (3 credits)

This intermediate course focuses on the continued exploration of materials and processes with an emphasis on content and critical thinking. Studio projects include preliminary studies based on the consideration of ideas. New sculptural mediums and techniques such as mold making and casting are introduced along with such new genres as installation, conceptual and performance art. There will be visual presentations, field trips and visiting artists. Written assignments require the use of library and Internet resources. (Prerequisite: SCUP131) *Studio Fee

SCUP290 Sculpture Internship (1 to 6 credits)

This course is a contract internship with the student, the host institution and the Studio Arts Program at IAIA. The student will have an opportunity to spend concentrated time with professionals in the area of study related to their art, education or research. Note: This internship may be taken after the first year as 290 or after the third year as 490 for one to six credits.

SCUP295 Sculpture Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits)

Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with an student from IAIA. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the first year as 295 or after the third year as 495 for one to six credits.

SCUP298 Sculpture Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: SCUP131 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

SCUP331 Advanced Sculpture (3 credits)

In this upper division course, students pursue more advanced projects which demonstrate a higher level of commitment and discipline. Students use their increased understanding of the concepts and language of sculpture to refine their skills in specific media, while also looking at the historical, public and social context of sculpture as it relates to their work. Public art and land art are also examined. There will be continued reading, research and written assignments, as well as visual presentations, visiting artists and field trips to galleries, museums, or artists’ studios. (Prerequisite: SCUP231) *Studio Fee

SCUP332A, B, Special Topics in Sculpture (1 to 3 credits)

Special Topics in Sculpture courses allow the student to concentrate on a focused technique and/or materials.

(Prerequisite: SCUP131 and permission of instructor). Note: Students may take up to 6 credits of special topics courses. *Studio Fee

SCUP332 Iron Pour (3 credits)

This course teaches all aspects of iron casting from making original works of art, spruing techniques, investing sculptures in ceramic mold, and pouring melted iron. The process also includes breaking up raw, recycled iron, firing the cupolas, divesting the molds, and finish work. (Prerequisite: SCUP231 or instructor’s permission) *Studio Fee

SCUP398 Sculpture Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions and artistic direction of students who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: SCUP131 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

SCUP431, 432 Advanced Sculpture II (3 credits each)

Students focus on refining the skills and concepts acquired in SCUP331 and on developing the high level of discipline and commitment to the creation of sculpture necessary for preparation for the Senior Project. Students will continue advanced work in chosen media. Areas of focus may be quite diverse in content and materials ranging from issues of gender, ethnicity, and multiculturalism to creating large outdoor sculptures. (Prerequisite: SCUP331) *Studio Fee

SCUP451 Senior Project I: Sculpture (5 credits)

Senior level students work with faculty to define and create a body of work that is refined, unified and personal and which demonstrates significant artistic growth in technique and vision. This course provides a foundation for the development of the student’s final written thesis and exhibition. (Prerequisite: SCUP331) *Studio Fee

SCUP452 Senior Project II: Sculpture (5 credits)

Senior level students work with faculty to establish a thesis body of work that demonstrates a culmination of acquired technique, research, and personal artistic growth. Each student must be motivated, directed, focused, disciplined and determined to pursue and explore a visual and conceptual statement for this thesis. A written thesis and visual documentation of project work will be required. The student must participate in the group senior thesis exhibitions at the end of the academic year.. (Prerequisite: SCUP451) *Studio Fee

SCUP490 Sculpture Internship (1 to 6 credits)

This course is a contract internship with the student, the host institution and the Studio Arts Program at IAIA. The student will have an opportunity to spend concentrated time with professionals in the area of study related to their art, education or research. Note: This internship may be taken after the third year for one to six credits.

SCUP495 Sculpture Apprenticeship (1 to 6 credits)

Apprenticeships place students in a direct one-on-one mentoring relationship with an elder, a master artist, or cultural expert who is willing to share his or her expertise and experience with an student from IAIA. The student is to provide assistance to the mentor on a specific project or undertaking. In this way, through observation and direct involvement, students will become familiar with new artistic processes, cultural practices and related approaches. All students keep a journal to document their learning. Each student will write a final reflective paper. Mentors will complete an evaluation commenting on student learning through this experience. Note: This apprenticeship may be taken after the third year as 495 for one to six credits.

SCUP498 Sculpture Independent Study (1 to 3 credits)

The purpose of an independent study is to provide for the unique interests, specific passions and artistic direction of students at IAIA who seek opportunities to direct their own learning in order to fulfill personal educational goals. (Prerequisite: SCUP131 and permission of the instructor) *Studio Fee

SSEM403 Studio Arts Seminar (2 credits)

This theoretical, interdisciplinary course is for seniors only. Students will investigate a broader range of artistic and social issues through a series of slide lectures, papers, field trips and participatory discussions. The focus is on independent research, critical thinking and objective writing about art while inquiring into the art-making process. (Co Requisite: Senior Project I)

FACULTY

Chair

Full-time faculty

 

Studio Arts Technician

  • Paul Moore