SELECTED STUDENT WORKS
Power of Feminist Art
This class consists of one-on-one meetings in which a student will meet individually with a faculty member several times over the course of the semester to critique work, assess progress, and develop mentorship between individual faculty and students. Individual critique sessions promote and foster abundant work and rapid progress by helping students deepen their understanding of their artwork, creative process, and work method through focused critical feedback at regular intervals. The student is asked to present a statement of intent, quantifying expected output, topics of interest or a statement of goals at the first meeting. At the end of the semester s/he will summarize the work; this could also be in the form of developing an artist's statement. Faculty will meet each student four or more times a semester for a full hour. There may also be group meetings with peers to discuss work and progress among fellow students. Group meetings will assist students in developing invaluable skills for responding and giving feedback to one another regarding the work of fellow students.
Images above: Print-on-Demand Artist's Book titled 'Feedback' (48 pages). Best Typography. Graphic Arts Annual Award. Print, Paper, and Graphic Arts Area. SMFA at Tufts University. 2017
Images above: Print-on-Demand Artist's Book titled 'Untitled' (300 pages). Honorable Mention. Graphic Arts Annual Award. Print, Paper, and Graphic Arts Area. SMFA at Tufts University. 2017
Images above: Print-on-Demand Artist's Book titled 'Maine Woods'
Images above: Children's Book titled 'Jackson and the Magical Shoe Trick' . (50 pages)