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  • Ami Kantawala

    Lecturer in Art, Art Education
    Dr. Ami Kantawala serves as an adjunct associate professor in the Art and Art Education Program at Teachers College, Columbia University, in New York, and also teaches in Boston University’s online Master of Art Education program. She teaches a variety of courses at both universities ranging from research methods, master’s seminars, history of art education, […]
  • Beth Zerega

    Assistant Director, School of Visual Arts
    Beth Zerega has a background in studio arts, metalsmithing, and glassblowing and worked as a studio jeweler and teaching artist prior to transitioning to arts administration. As an arts administrator, she has worked with several Boston-area cultural institutions and creative youth development organizations. Beth has been at the College of Fine Arts since 2011 and […]
  • Brandon Cohen

    Technical Associate, Graphic Design
    Brandon Cohen received his Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design & Digital Media from Champlain College in 2013. As a young designer, he worked across his home state of Connecticut in various positions as both a freelance and full-time designer. As the Technical Associate focusing on Graphic Design, Brandon brings his knowledge and experience to […]
  • Breehan James

    Assistant Professor of Art, Painting
    Breehan James' paintings portray her experiences exploring the wild places of the North and the people connected to them. Rugged boreal forests, beautiful night skies reflected in lakes, deer hunters, and cottages in the woods populate her paintings and evoke a psychological state of being both lost and found in nature. Her studio practice extends […]
  • 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 […]
  • Christopher Sleboda

    Associate Professor of Art, Graphic Design; Chair, BFA Graphic Design
    Christopher Sleboda is a designer, illustrator, curator, and educator. From 2005 to 2020, he served as the Director of Graphic Design at the Yale University Art Gallery. Overseeing graphic design and wayfinding for the museum—from exhibition identities, motion graphics, and signage to brochures, programs, and art books—Sleboda worked closely with graphic design students in the […]
  • 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, […]
  • David Snyder

    Assistant Professor of Art, Sculpture
    David Snyder’s sculpture, video, installation, and image-based work engages the unstable and mutable potential of objects, language, imagery, physical space, and social relationships. Through the distortion and reconfiguration of familiar material and rhetorical constructs, the work addresses persistent, under-contended assumptions that contribute to the formation of economic and social value, cultural hierarchies, and divisive polemics. […]
  • Deborah Cornell

    Professor of Art; 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 […]
  • Diana Hampe

    Lecturer in Art, Art Education
    Diana Hampe is a veteran teacher with 36 years of public school experience. She began her career by teaching seventh- and eighth-grade art for 13 years at South Junior High in Brockton, Massachusetts, followed by 23 years teaching studio courses for grades 9-12 at Walpole (MA) High School. During her time at Walpole, Diana is […]
  • Edward Stitt

    Visiting Instructor, Anatomy and Figure Drawing
    Ed Stitt has been living, painting, and teaching in Boston for 40 years. His work is figurative and concise, using sound drawing and a strong sense of light to convey his vision of the world. Born and raised in western Pennsylvania, Ed first studied painting at Kent State University with Joe O’Sickey and Jack Beal. […]
  • Felice Amato

    Assistant Professor, 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 […]
  • G. James Daichendt

    Lecturer in Art, Art Education
    G. James Daichendt is Dean of the Arts and Humanities and Professor of Art History at Point Loma Nazarene University in Southern California. Dr. Daichendt is the Chief Editor of the academic journal: Visual Inquiry: Learning and Teaching Art and is an art critic for KCET, the nation’s largest independent public television station. A graduate […]
  • 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 […]
  • Gus Wheeler

    Technical Associate, Sculpture & Painting
    Gus Wheeler grew up in New York City and received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Vassar College in 2013, where he majored in Studio Art and Mathematics. He received his Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting from Boston University in 2019. He has participated in residencies at the Chautauqua School of Art in […]
  • 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 […]
  • Jana Silver

    Art Education Field Work Coordinator
    Jana Silver holds a Doctorate in Teacher Education and an MFA in Ceramics. Prior to working at BU as the Field Work Coordinator in Art Education, she was the founder of the Art Education Program at Hampshire College where she taught for 17 years while simultaneously being the Art Licensure Program Supervisor at Mount Holyoke […]
  • Jeffrey Nowlin

    Lecturer in Art, Foundation Sculpture
    Jeffrey Nowlin is an artist, educator, and researcher. He received his BFA in Sculpture from Boston University in 2010 and earned an MFA in 3D from Massachusetts College of Fine Art and Design in 2019. He currently resides in Allston, Boston where he actively exhibits work. He has volunteered in the local community as an […]
  • Jesse Kaminsky

    Jesse Kaminsky is a second-generation artist working mainly in sculpture, sound, and performance. Born in the Arkansas Ozarks, he received a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, both in sculpture. He now lives in Providence, RI. His practice is rooted in experimentation and iteration, […]
  • 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 BU College of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts since 2015. Throughout her time in admissions, she has […]