Alphabetical Faculty and Staff Listing

Department of Art and Design

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z


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Michael Arvan, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Drawing
973-655-7295
arvanjrm@mail.montclair.edu


Andrew Atkinson

Andrew Atkinson, PhD
Assistant Professor
Program Director: MFA in Studio Art
Area Head: Digital Photography
Courses Taught: Digital Photography, MFA Research Project
973-655-7294
atkinsona@mail.montclair.edu

Andrew Atkinson is a photographer, critic, curator, and director of the MFA in Studio Art program at Montclair State University. He holds a PhD from the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of the West of England. He has curated exhibitions in the United States and Italy and exhibits internationally. He wrote for Afterimage and the Architect's Newspaper and was a board member of the Society of Photographic Education Mid-Atlantic.

 

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 Joyce Catherine Bebout

Joyce Catherine Bebout, MFA
Professor
Program Coordinator: BA/BFA Studio Art
Courses Taught: Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Printmaking, Screen Printing, BFA Major Studio Project
973-655-7286
beboutc@mail.montclair.edu

Catherine Bebout is the BA/BFA in Studio Art Coordinator and Area Head of Printmaking and received her MFA degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. She is a Fulbright Senior Research Scholar to India and recipient of a New Jersey State Council on the Arts “Individual Artist" fellowship award in Printmaking. National solo exhibitions include Anchor Graphics, Chicago,William Patterson University, NJ, Dowling College and Adelphi University, NY. Solo exhibitions abroad include the Prince of Wales Museum, Mumbai,  the Modern Art Workshop, Shanghai, China, Engramme, Quebec, and Whitecliffe College of Arts, Auckland, New Zealand.New York City venues include the Czech Cultural Center, International Print Center, Susan Teller Gallery and The Center for Book Arts. Invitational exhibitions include Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, The Print Center, Philadelphia, University of Hawaii, Hilo, Sonoma Museum of Art and Scripps College, California. Her work is also in public collections at the New York Public Library, National Museum of Women in the Arts, and The Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp, Belgium.


Shannon Bellum, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-6854
bellums@mail.montclair.edu


Robert Browning 2015

Robert Browning, EdD
Professor
Area Head: Metalwork/Jewelry
Courses Taught: Metalwork/Jewelry
973-655-4167
browningr@mail.montclair.edu

Dr. Robert Browning earned his EdD from Columbia University in Studio Arts - Sculpture and Jewelry. He heads the Metal and Jewelry area and has also taught as a visiting professor at the Academy of Art, Architecture and Design in Prague, Czech Republic, and the University of Chemistry and Technology of Prague extension in Turnov, Czech Republic, and at the College of Art and Design in Lodz, Poland. He has given lectures at The Technical University of Liberec in Jablonec and The University of West Bohemia in Plzen, both in the Czech Republic. His recent work has been shown in museums and private collections in the Czech Republic and Poland and has had pieces in shows in several venues in The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Germany, Portugal, and Spain.


Lynne Buschman, BFA

Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Foundations V
973-655-7295
buschmanl@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Lauren Carr headshot

Lauren Carr, MFA
Assistant Professor
Animation/Illustration
Courses Taught: Intro to 3D Modeling, Intro to 3D Animation, 3D Motion Light and Texture
973-655-7281
carrl@mail.montclair.edu

Lauren Carr an Assistant Professor in the Animation/Illustration program. She has worked professionally for Disney Feature Animation, Cinesite, Sony Pictures Imageworks, and Dreamworks Animation. Some of her film projects include Tangled, Meet the Robinsons, Bolt, Chicken Little, The ChubbChubbs, X-Men United, Rio, and Ice Age 4. Prof. Carr was a character simulation technical director at Blue Sky Studios and, prior to coming to Montclair State University, had taught for the School of Visual Arts in the Department of Computer Art, Computer Animation & Visual Effects.

 


 Susi Colin

Susi Colin, PhD
Associate Professor
Courses Taught: Art in Non-Western Societies, Egyptian Art, Etruscan Art, Roman Art
973-655-4439
colins@mail.montclair.edu


Olga Iris Cruz, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Intro to the Visual Arts
973-655-7295
cruzol@mail.montclair.edu



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Aissa Deebi, PhD
Associate Professor
Chairperson, Department of Art and Design 
973-655-7295
deebia@mail.montclair.edu

Aissa Deebi is a visual artist and scholar based in New York and Genève. Dr. Deebi has taught art and design at the Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton in the UK, Centre de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey Design, Mexico, and Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. In 2010, he joined the American University of Cairo’s Arts Department as a Professor of Art and Design, and was appointed as the Director of the Visual Cultures Program in 2011, and served as the Director of the Sharjah Art Gallery at the American University of Cairo. He is a founding member of ArteEast in New York City, as the first Director of the Visual Arts and Director of the Board. He is also a consultant on education for the Birzet University’s Museum in Palestine, and curator of Mizna, the Arab-American Art and Literature Magazine based in Minneapolis. His work has been exhibited at the 55th International Venice Biennale, at the Queens Museum of Art, the Haus am Lutzowplatz in Berlin, the Asia-Pacific Triennial, VCU Art Gallery in Doha, the Elga Wimmer Gallery in New York, as well as Art Dubai.


Karen De Luca
Adjunct Instructor
Graphic Design
973-655-7295
delucak@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Sabine Eck, ABD
Adjunct Instructor
Art History
973-655-4320
ecks@mail.montclair.edu


Wendy Erickson, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Photography
973-655-7295
ericksonw@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Denis Feigler

Denis Feigler, PhD
Associate Professor
Program Coordinator: BFA in Industrial Design
Courses Taught: Visual/Illustration Techniques for ID, Computer Aided Solid Modeling, Project Design Development
973-655-2091
feiglerd@mail.montclair.edu

Dr. Denis Feigler (MA Industrial Design, Hungarian University of Art and Design, PhD Industrial Design, Moholy-Nagy University, Budapest) has worked as a corporate designer at MMG in Hungary, and worked in CAD, 2D drafting, 3D computer modeling, digital animation, product development in Canada. He has also worked with the companies Electrolux, Braun, and Grohe, led design workshops and lectured at various events in Germany, Italy and Hungary. He has taught Industrial Design at Humber College’s School of Applied Science in Toronto, and design theory at the University of Art and Design in Budapest. He has published several papers his area of interest: product perception, semiotics and ergonomics in relation to cultures and social groups, and continues to research this specialized area of study.


Scott Furman, MA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Intro to the Visual Arts
973-655-7295
furmans@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Asha Ganpat, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Sculpture
973-655-7295
ganpata@mail.montclair.edu


Christopher Gash, BFA
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
gashc@mail.montclair.edu


Senta German, PhD
Associate Professor (Quarter time)
Art History
973-655-7078
germans@mail.montclair.edu


Ashley Gerst
Adjunct Instructor
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
gersta@mail.montclair.edu


Elizabeth Glaesnner
Adjunct Professor
Drawing
973-655-7295
gersta@mail.montclair.edu


Rebecca Glenn
Adjunct Professor
Art History
973-655-7295
glennr@mail.montclair.edu


Nancy Goldring

Nancy Goldring, MA
Professor
Courses Taught: Drawing
973-655-7285
goldringn@mail.montclair.edu

Nancy Goldring is an artist and photographer, combining drawing, photography, and projections, and was one of the founding members of SITE, Inc., forging a new design approach incorporating sculpture and architecture. She has received two Fulbright grants, one to Italy and another to Southeast Asia. Professor Goldring has exhibited her drawings with photo-projections at Gallery 138 in New York, the Palazzo Pigorini in Parma, Italy, Houston Center of Photography, the Southeast Museum of Photography, and the International Centre of Photography in Mumbai, India. Her work has been included in public collections at the Bibliothèque Nationale, Eastman House Museum, the International Center of Photography (N.Y.), the St. Louis Art Museum, the Smith College Museum, the Houston Museum of Fine Art, the Herzlyia Museum, Polaroid Collection, the Leo Steinberg Collection, among others. She has been a guest artist at the Rhode Island School of Design, Haverford College, and Parsons School of Design.


Deborah Goletz, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Ceramics
973-655-7295
goletzd@mail.montclair.edu


Seth Goodwin, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Sculpture
973-655-7295
goodwins@mail.montclair.edu

 


Scott Gordley headshot

Scott Gordley, MFA
Associate Professor
Program Coordinator: BFA in Animation/Illustration
Courses Taught: Final Project I and II
973-655-7295
gordleys@mail.montclair.edu

Scott Gordley graduated with an MFA from Tufts University. He began his career in New York illustrating for clients including Time, Esquire, Reader’s Digest, Newsday, Playboy and the London Times. His work appears in many public and private collections and has been exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the United States and Europe. In 1999 he was honored with a 20-year retrospective in Vienna, Austria. Mr. Gordley’s work has been recognized by The Society of Illustrators, American Illustration and Print Magazine among others. Mr. Gordley’s exhibition at the famed Apollo Theatre in New York celebrated the history of jazz. He has lectured on art and education at the American University in Paris; the International Conference on the Humanities at Fatih University in Istanbul, Turkey; Arts In Society Conference, Venice, Italy; The International Conference on Learning, Barcelona, Spain, and at the International Conference on Education, Samos Greece.


Martin Greenwald

Martin Greenwald, EdD
Professor
Courses Taught: Fundamentals of Adobe Creative Suite
973-655-4142
greenwaldm@mail.montclair.edu

Dr. Martin Greenwald has been a faculty member at Montclair State University since 1972. He earned a B.A. in Bio-Chemistry from NYU in 1964, a BS in Technology Education from the City College of New York (CCNY) in 1967,an M.S. in Technology Education from CCNY in 1967, and an Ed.D. in Vocational Education and Media from New York University in 1972. Joining the Technology Education faculty at Montclair in 1972 after teaching technology education for six years in New York City, Dr. Greenwald focused his teaching in the areas of graphic arts and alternate energy conversion technology and he served as Chair of that department for ten years. Since 1995, as a member of the Department of Art and Design, he has concentrated in the areas of digital computer graphics, multimedia and industrial design. Dr. Greenwald is the author of11 textbooks, ranging from the design and installation of solar and alternate energy conversion systems, residential heating system technology, three texts in graphic design and communication technology, and an interactive CD on tropical rain.


Karen Guancione, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Foundations III, Intro to the Visual Arts
973-655-7295
guancionek@mail.montclair.edu


Carl Gunhouse, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Photography, Digital Photography
973-655-7295
gunhousec@mail.montclair.edu


Ricki Gurtman
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
gunhousec@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Cartha Hagood
Adjunct Instructor
Art History
973-655-7295
gunhousec@mail.montclair.edu


 

Kaled Hameide

Kaled Kimal Hameide, MBA
Assistant Professor
Courses Taught: Fashion Marketing and Research, Fashion Branding, Consumer Action, and Internship in Fashion
973-655-4179
hameidek@mail.montclair.edu

Kaled Kimal Hameid holds an MBA from Florida International University and has taught at Virginia Commonwealth University and Raffles Design Institute in Singapore. He brings with him extensive experience in fashion design and brand development on a global scale, having worked with corporations in the United States, France, Italy, and the Middle East. His research centers on fashion branding and the business aspects of the fashion industry. He has presented at international conferences, and his published work include various articles in international journals and a book on fashion branding for Fairchild Publications.


Carrie Hamilton
Adjunct Instructor
Art History
973-655-7295
hamiltonc@mail.montclair.edu


 

Arthur Harder
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
hardera@mail.montclair.edu


 

Chelsea Harriman, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
harrimanc@mail.montclair.edu


Dorothy Heard

Dorothy Heard, PhD
Assistant Professor
Program Concentration Head: BA in Fine Arts, Art Education Concentration
Program Concentration Head: BA in Fine Arts, School and Community Settings Concentration
Courses Taught: Foundations of Methods and Curriculum in Art Education I and II
973-655-4210
heardd@mail.montclair.edu

As a Fine Art Education faculty member, Dorothy Heard has worked with preschool children to develop their self-expression and materials manipulation skills, and their functional understanding of pre-reading and arithmetic concepts. She has also taught various general art and art history classes for grades K-8 and 9-12.

Dr. Heard currently heads the BA in Fine Arts, Art Education Concentration, and the BA in Fine Arts, School and Community Settings Concentration, and also serves as the graduate program coordinator for the MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching).


Julie Heffernan

Julie Heffernan, MFA
Professor
Program Coordinator: MFA in Studio Art
Area Head: Painting and Drawing
Courses Taught: Painting, Major Studio Project I and II
973-655-7293
heffernanj@mail.montclair.edu

Julie Heffernan is a Professor of Fine Arts at Montclair State University. She received her MFA from Yale School of Art. Heffernan is represented by PPOW in NYC, Catharine Clark in SF and Mark Moore in LA. In 2012-14 Heffernan had 7 solo exhibitions including in Berlin and LA and a travelling show, “Sky is Falling,” at the Crocker Art Museum. Heffernan is a Board Member of the National Academy Museum, and was the 2010 Commencement Speaker at PAFA and a Distinguished Artist Lecturer at the SF Art Institute. Heffernan has received a number of grants including a MacDowell Fellowship, National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), and a Fulbright-Hayes Grant to West Berlin. Her work is in numerous museums including the Brooklyn Museum and VMFA. Heffernan’s work has been reviewed in the New York Times, The New Yorker, The New York Observer, Artforum, Art in America, Art News, Flash Art, Harpers, Chicago Tribune among others.


Daniel Hertszberg, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
hertzberg@mail.montclair.edu


Jayne Holsinger, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Drawing
973-655-7295
holsingerj@mail.montclair.edu

 

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 Anthony Inciong

Anthony Inciong, MGD
Assistant Professor
Program Coordinator: BFA in Graphic Design
Courses Taught: Typography I and II, Graphic Design, Advanced II, Foundations II: 2D Design
973-655-3318
incionga@mail.montclair.edu

Anthony Inciong is assistant professor and program director of Graphic Design. His scholarly interest is typography/typeface design and pedagogy: methods of teaching that engender interdisciplinary strategies and critical approaches to design. He is an alumnus of North Carolina State University College of Design and Rutgers University-Newark. Prior to teaching, Inciong worked as a full-time graphic designer in Manhattan for multidisciplinary studios and corporate design offices and, prior to graduate school, worked as a television graphic artist on The Late Show with David Letterman.

 

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Joshua Jordan, MFA
Adjunct Instructor (Half time)         
Courses Taught: Fine Arts: Foundations I, Major Studio Project I and II         
973-655-7295
jordanj@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Gerald Kaba
Adjunct Instructor
Ceramics
973-655-7295
kabag@mail.montclair.edu


David Keefe, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Printmaking
973-655-7295
keefed@mail.montclair.edu


Hyun-Jung Kim
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Metalwork / Jewelry
973-655-7295
kimh@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Doran Lanberg
Adjunct Instructor
Painting
973-655-7295
landbergd@mail.montclair.edu


Brendan Leach
Adjunct Instructor
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
leachb@mail.montclair.edu


 

Catherine LeCleire-Wright, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Printmaking
973-655-4449
lecleirewric@mail.montclair.edu


 

Michael Lee
Adjunct Instructor
Drawing
973-655-7295
leem@mail.montclair.edu


  Jun Li, MFA
Assistant Professor
Graphic Design

973-655-7295
lij@mail.montclair.edu

Jun Li joins the Department of Art and Design as an Assistant Professor in the Graphic Design program. Prior to coming to Montclair State University, Prof. Li was an Assistant Professor of Design at Rutgers-Newark, Department of Arts, Culture and Media. In addition to teaching, she has worked professionally as a lead designer and media planner, multimedia design consultant, design director, senior design consultant, and art director, and is a partner in Juno Studio, a multidisciplinary design office. Prof. Li is the author of the book, Motion: Imagination. Creation. Technique (Shanghai Fine Arts Press, 2004).


 Abby Lillethun

Abby Lillethun, PhD
Associate Professor and Deputy Chair
Program Coordinator: Fashion Studies
Courses Taught: Clothing and Culture, Fashion Illustration
973-655-5713
lillethuna@mail.montclair.edu

Abby Lillethun's academic and creative training in theatre led to her first teaching position at the University of South Florida (USF), College of Fine Arts. While there, she designed for dance, drama, and musical theatre, primarily costumes. Her costume designs were seen in London at the Tate Gallery, the Laban Centre, Goldsmiths College, University of London, and in Paris and Cairo. Prof. Lillethun attained tenure, yet decided to pursue her interests in design history and left USF to earn her PhD. While researching her dissertation, she worked in the New York theater costume and apparel industries. She joined the faculty of the University of Rhode Island, where she mentored graduate students and further developed her research in two design areas: Bronze Age Aegean dress and Asian influences in early-20th-century Western textiles and dress. Dr. Lillethun joined the faculty of Montclair State University in 2008, and is now the deputy chair of the Department of Art and Design. In summer 2010, her book, The Fashion Reader, co-edited with Linda Walters, appeared in a second expanded and revised edition.


Jasper Lin
Adjunct Instructor
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
linj@mail.montclair.edu


Joseph Lombardo
Adjunct Instructor
Industrial Design
973-655-7295
lombardoj@mail.montclair.edu


John Luttropp

John Luttropp, MFA
Professor
Courses Taught: Graphic Design, Design in Visual Culture
973-655-4163
luttroppj@mail.montclair.edu

John Luttropp is a full professor in the BFA in Graphic Design program in the Department of Art and Design. As a designer, Professor Luttropp has created work for Coca-Cola, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Thaumaturge Books, the American Finger-Style Guitar Festivals, Great Lakes Film and Video, and the American Association of University Administrators. He art directed or designed ILFORD Photo Instructor, MINUTIA, Builder, Wisconsin Architect, and Healthy Man magazines, and has created identity systems and projects for multiple businesses and organizations.

As an artist, in addition to exhibitions of his work, Professor Luttropp executed two permanent public sculptures for the City of Milwaukee. He was a founding member of Pioneers of Modern Typography (PMT), an interdisciplinary design collective. The work of PMT has been recognized internationally, and has been featured on PBS, in Print magazine and Korea’s Design Journal. He has lectured internationally and co-authored three textbooks on graphic design.

 

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Frederick Marshall, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Metalwork/Jewelry
973-655-7295
marshallf@mail.montclair.edu


 

Alison Miller
Adjunct Instructor
Painting
973-655-7295
millera@mail.montclair.edu


 

Alissa Morris
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
morrisa@mail.montclair.edu

 


Stacy Morrison, MA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Photography
973-655-7295
morrisons@mail.montclair.edu


Edward Murr, MA
Adjunct Instructor
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
murre@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Cindy Lou Nelson
Adjunct Instructor
Art Therapy
973-655-7295
nelson@mail.montclair.edu


Erica Nelson
Adjunct Instructor
Art History
973-655-7295
nelsone@mail.montclair.edu


Katherine Niewodowski, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Drawing
973-655-7295

 

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Owen Oertling
Adjunct Instructor
Sculpture
973-655-7295

Mari Ogihara
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Ceramics
973-655-7295


Debra Otte

Debra Bergsma Otte, MFA
Assistant Professor (Quarter time)
Fashion Studies
973-655-7680
otted@mail.montclair.edu

Debra Bergsma Otte is a professor of design at Montclair State University. She teaches in both the Fashion Studies Program and the Theatre and Dance Department. Her design credits include costume designs for many regional, Off-Broadway and University productions, television, dance, puppet design for Henson Associates and industrial design work for Parker Davis, Chrysler and Burger King. In 1999 and again in 2005, she was honored to receive the Kennedy Center Gold Medallion for her work with the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival. She holds an MFA in Design from Tisch School of the Arts, New York University.

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Megan Pace, PhD
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
pacem@mail.montclair.edu


 

 

 Winfield Parsons

Winfield Parsons, PhD
Associate Professor
Courses Taught: Materials Processing, Professional Practice in Industry, Foundations III
973-655-7350
parsonsw@mail.montclair.edu

Winfield Parsons came to Montclair State University in 1978 upon completing his MS from Texas A&M University, teaching courses in energy, electronics, hydraulics/pneumatics, and design in the Engineering Technology Department. After completing his PhD in 1984, he received a research grant from the federal Department of Energy to design and develop several systems related to parabolic solar collector systems. The grant resulted in a published textbook, “Parabolic Solar Systems.” Prof. Parsons continued his post-doctoral studies at MIT in Photovoltaic Solar Collector Systems.

In the late 1980s, he was teaching energy, design, and manufacturing courses, as well as graduate research courses for students completing their master’s degrees. He was also able to build a design and manufacturing consulting business into an award-winning firm. He joined the Department of Art and Design in the early 2000s, specifically to develop and run a program in Industrial Design. Prof. Parsons currently teaches courses in industrial design, as well as several Foundations Core courses, and serves on departmental and school committees. 


Emily Pascoe
Adjunct Professor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
pascoee@mail.montclair.edu


 

Irena Pejovic
Adjunct Instructor
Intro to the Visual Arts 
973-655-7295
pejovici@mail.montclair.edu


 

Alexander Polakov
Adjunct Instructor
Graphic Design
973-655-7295
polakova@mail.montclair.edu


 

Rebecca Pollack
Adjunct Instructor
Art History
973-655-7295
pollackr@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Christopher Rodriguez, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Digital Photography
973-655-7295
rodriguezch@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Linda Santangelo-Mosely
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
santangelol@mail.montclair.edu


 

Christopher Schade, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Drawing
973-655-7295
schadec@mail.montclair.edu


Klaus Schnitzer

Klaus Schnitzer, MFA
Professor
Area Head: Photography
Courses Taught: Photography
973-655-4320
schnitzerk@mail.montclair.edu

Klaus Schnitzer’s exhibition career consists of over 200 regional, national and international shows. As a visiting artist he has lectured and taught at, among others, the Chicago Art Institute, Tyler School of Art and Haifa University (Israel). Consulting work includes MIT’s Car Consortium/Media Lab, Polaroid Corporation and the National Park Service. He has received a National Endowment for the Arts grant, 16 grants from Montclair State University, four from the Polaroid Foundation, and four from the NJ Council on the Arts. Schnitzer’s work can be found in numerous private collections as well as in the Museum of Modern Art, Ellis Island Immigration Museum, Lower East Side Tenement Museum, the Polaroid International Collection and BMW NA. He has over 110 magazine covers and 150+ articles on Automobiles to his credit as well as many book covers. He is a contributor to Bimmer, Roundel, Forza, Excellence, and Vintage Motor Sports magazines. 


Carole Schuler
Adjunct Instructor
Art History
973-655-7295
schulerc@mail.montclair.edu


Mary Shay-Millea
Adjunct Instructor
Art History
973-655-7295
shaym@mail.montclair.edu 


Larry Sliker 
Adjunct Instructor
Industrial Design
973-655-7295
slikerl@mail.montclair.edu


Nadine Stewart 
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
stewartn@mail.montclair.edu


Dena Strong, MS
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
strongd@mail.montclair.edu


Erica Svec 
Adjunct Instructor
Painting
973-655-7295
svece@mail.montclair.edu

 

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Alexandra Thelin, MA
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
thelinal@mail.montclair.edu


Danielle Turchioe 
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
turchioed@mail.montclair.edu 

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 Elizabeth Valdez del Alamo

Elizabeth Valdez del Alamo, PhD
Professor
Courses Taught: Art in Western Civilization, Early Christian & Byzantine Art, Medieval Art,
Resources and Methods of Research
973-655-4442
delalamoe@mail.montclair.edu
Profile Page

Elizabeth Valdez del Alamo researches the art of medieval Spain, monasticism, and the funerary arts. She has edited two volumes on tomb sculpture: Memory and the Medieval Tomb, with Carol Pendergast (2000), and Decorations for the Holy Dead: Visual Embellishments on Tombs and Shrines of Saints, with Stephen Lamia (2002). Her book, Palace of the Mind: The Cloister of Silos and Spanish Sculpture of the Twelfth Century (2012), is the most complete study of this important monument. Dr. del Alamo is invited regularly to speak at international scholarly symposia in Spain and the United States as well as France, Germany, Switzerland and England. Many of her numerous articles appear in the Acts of these meetings. 

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Ashley Wagner  
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
wagnera@mail.montclair.edu 


Virginia Wagner 
Adjunct Instructor
Drawing
973-655-7295
wagnerv@mail.montclair.edu 


Lawrence Waldron 
Adjunct Instructor
Art History
973-655-7295
waldronl@mail.montclair.edu 


Carol Wax, BM
Adjunct Instructor
Fine Arts: Printmaking
973-655-7295
waxc@mail.montclair.edu


Jonathan Weiman 
Adjunct Instructor
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
weimanj@mail.montclair.edu 


Mimi Weinberg, MFA
Adjunct Instructor
Program Concentration Head: Art History (FALL 2015)
973-655-7295
weinbergm@mail.montclair.edu


Quinta Whitely 
Adjunct Instructor
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
whitletq@mail.montclair.edu 


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Melissa Yates 
Adjunct Instructor
Animation/Illustration
973-655-7295
weimanj@mail.montclair.edu 

Eun-Kyung Yi 
Adjunct Instructor
Fashion Studies
973-655-7295
yie@mail.montclair.edu 

 

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