Faculty & Staff
Associate Professor of Art History
Mishoe Brennecke, Associate Professor of Art History, teaches upper-division courses in American and European art of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries: American Art, British Art, and Nineteenth-Century Art.
Professor of Art History
Gregory T. Clark, Professor of Art History, teaches upper-division courses in Western art before 1600 (Greek and Roman Art, Medieval Art, Art and Devotion in Late Medieval Northern Europe, Italian Renaissance Art, and Northern Renaissance Art) along with Junior Practicum and American Animation 1910-1960.
Sculpture Studio Assistant
Tyler Cooney maintains the Nabit sculpture studio and assists with general facilities and instructional support.
University Gallery Director
Shelley MacLaren is the Director of the University Art Gallery and an instructor in the interdisciplinary Humanities program. Her major field of research is Italian Late Medieval and Renaissance Art, and her minor field is Modern Architecture.
Professor of Art
Pradip Malde teaches classes in photography, documentary photography and electronic media.
Mary O'Neill manages a 85,000 plus slide collection and digital image database for the Department of Art and Art History and other college departments. She also provides reference services to the slide collection.
Associate Professor of Art, Department Chair
Greg Pond teaches upper division courses in sculpture, intermedia, and film / video production.
Assistant Professor of Art History and Chair of Film Studies
Jeffrey Thompson teaches lecture and seminar courses in modern art, film studies, and contemporary art and theory.
Assistant Professor of Art
Jessica Wohl is a visiting assistant professor of art, teaching drawing, painting and junior tutorial courses.