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  • Lynne Allen

    Professor of Art, Printmaking; Chair of Print Media & Photography
    Lynne Allen’s work has been exhibited widely nationally and internationally and is included in collections at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art Library, the New York Public Library, New York; the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, among others.  […]
  • Felice Amato

    Assistant Professor of Art, Art Education
    Felice Amato is an artist, scholar, and educator. Her interests lie in the field of material performance; she works at the intersection of education, visual arts, theater, and performance, with a special focus on applied puppetry, masks, and arts research. Much of her research and creative work explores the phenomenological and material nature of puppetry […]
  • Graham Atherton

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Graham Atherton is a graphic designer and illustrator from Cleveland, Ohio. He earned his MFA in Graphic Design at Boston University where he concentrated on typography, type design, and illustration. Graham has designed multiple original typefaces including Graham Grotesk, Praeterita, and Namarie. In spring 2023 he received the Katherine Small award for typography in recognition […]
  • Bella Bennett

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Bella Bennett is a graphic designer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She received her MFA in Graphic Design from Boston University in 2022. Her thesis work focused on the interplay between digital and print publishing. Previously she received her Bachelor of Arts in Writing, Literature and Publishing from Emerson College in 2019. Bella is a designer […]
  • Geoff Booras

    Lecturer in Art, Sculpture
    Geoff Booras is focused on producing experimental ceramics, painting, and sculpture. His practice contemplates the puzzling relationship humans have with nature, looking specifically to land-use, resource extraction, as well as the history of science, exploration, and philosophy.  His work has been shown at Gildar Gallery, Denver; Haw Contemporary, Kansas City; and The Museum of Longing […]
  • Rébecca Bourgault

    Assistant Professor of Art, Art Education; Chair of Art Education
    Rébecca Bourgault, MFA, EdD, is an assistant professor of art education at the College of Fine Arts. Her work as an artist, scholar, and educator focuses on an expanded view of art and education, encompassing lifelong learning in communities, socially engaged art practices, and approaches to arts research that explore transdisciplinary and holistic ways of […]
  • Joshua Brennan

    Technical Associate, Printmaking and Photography; Lecturer, Printmaking
    Joshua Brennan is a Boston-based artist and arts educator. At Boston University, his roles include an Adjunct Faculty position teaching printmaking at all levels and managing the state-of-the-art printmaking facilities as Technical Associate. He holds a BA in Graphic Design and Printmaking from the University of Wisconsin and an MFA in Studio Art and Printmaking […]
  • Leslie Brown

    Lecturer in Art, Print Media & Photography
    Leslie K. Brown is an independent curator and educator who specializes in the history of photography and modern and contemporary art. Brown earned a PhD in the History of Art & Architecture at Boston University and holds an MA from the University of Texas at Austin. During her tenure as Curator at the Photographic Resource Center, […]
  • Claire Elizabeth Bula

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Claire Bula has been an artist since she can remember, learning to paint and draw from her architect father and becoming self-taught after that. However, in 2018, after spending 15 years in marketing and experiencing an unplanned "life break," Claire knew she had to build her career around something she truly loved. Thus, she transitioned […]
  • Jessica Caccamo

    Director of Admissions, School of Visual Arts
    Jessica Caccamo, originally from upstate New York, holds a BFA in Art from Alfred University and a MLA in Gastronomy from Boston University. She has been working in higher education admissions since 2009 and has been at Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts since 2015 as the Director of Admissions. Throughout […]
  • Dana Clancy

    Director, School of Visual Arts; Associate Professor of Art, Painting
    Dana Clancy is an artist, and Director and associate professor of art at Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts where she has also taught in the Painting area since 2000. Professor Clancy is represented by Alpha Gallery, Boston and has had solo exhibitions there and at the Danforth Museum of Art, […]
  • Kristen Coogan

    Associate Professor of Art, Graphic Design; Chair, Graduate Graphic Design
    Kristen Coogan is an Associate Professor of Art, and Chair of Graduate Graphic Design at Boston University. In her teaching, she introduces a critical discourse in all subject matters, believing that a synthesis between theory and practice helps students contextualize their work. Additionally, in her History of Graphic Design courses, she creates visible links between […]
  • Nerissa Cooney

    Programming & Media Manager, School of Visual Arts
    Nerissa Cooney, programming & media manager at Boston University College of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts, is an arts organizer and designer working at the intersection of social justice and the creative sector. She is a co-founder and co-director of Ulises, a bookshop and project space dedicated to artists’ books and independent art publications. […]
  • Deborah Cornell

    Professor of Art, Printmaking; Chair of Printmaking
    Deborah Cornell’s work in print, video, installation, and collaborative multimedia has been exhibited nationally and internationally. Solo and 2-person exhibitions include Krakow, Dubai, China, Istanbul, Melbourne, Reykjavik, New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Her work has been selected for over 200 exhibitions internationally and in the US, including the Krakow Print Triennial, Boston Museum […]
  • Rosemary Engstrom

    Lecturer in Art, Photography
    Rosemary Engstrom is a photographer and educator from Northern California with an interest in disrupting binaries through constructing photographs and performing for the camera. She received her BA from The Evergreen State College, where she studied art and education, and earned an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. Engstrom managed a photo lab […]
  • Christopher Field

    Lecturer in Art, Graphic Design
    Christopher Field is a new media artist and designer working and living in Massachusetts. His work filters and repurposes media content to explore its effect–intentional, implied, or imagined–on those who experience it. He is also a co-founder of the studio W/Field Workshop, which creates public art installations and multimedia experiences, and his work has been […]
  • Jesse Rae Finkelstein

    Technical Associate, Graphic Design and Visual Narrative
    Jesse Finkelstein grew up in Orange County, NY. In 2017, she received her Bachelor of Science degree from Syracuse University, where she majored in inclusive early childhood special education. Prior to pursuing her Master's degree in graphic design at BU, she received a certificate in graphic design from Shillington NYC in 2019. Jesse is currently […]
  • Joel Christian Gill

    Associate Professor of Art; Chair, Department of Visual Narrative
    Joel Christian Gill is a cartoonist and historian who speaks nationally on the importance of sharing stories. He is the author of the acclaimed memoir Fights: One Boy's Triumph Over Violence, cited as one of the best graphic novels of 2020 by The New York Times and for which he was awarded the 2021 Cartoonist […]
  • Gregory Gómez

    Associate Professor, Sculpture and Drawing
    Gregory Gómez is a sculptor and painter whose work reference mathematics, nature, language, and other archetypical forms, making physical what was graphic information. The resulting sculptures, paintings, and drawings are mysterious, semi-scientific messages filled with symbology that draws viewers in with their cryptic meaning, and visually and tactically rich materials. In addition to gallery exhibitions […]
  • James Grady

    Assistant Professor of Art, Graphic Design; BU Spark! Creative Director; Principal, Design Axl
    James Grady is a designer and educator with over two decades of broad-based experience. He is an Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Boston University and Principal of Design Axl, a graphic design consultancy with clients spanning the globe. James has been teaching undergraduate and graduate Graphic Design students at Boston University since 2017. He […]