David Gliem: Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University. Associate Professor of Art History. David teaches a range of courses in Art History, and specializes in 19th and 20th century western art.
Betsy Orbe Lester: MFA, University of South Florida. Instructor. A painter and mixed media artist, Betsy teaches Visual Problem Solving.
Brian Ransom: MFA, Claremont Graduate School; Professor of Visual Arts, Brian has been at Eckerd since 1996, teaching courses in ceramics, sculpture, studio critique, and interdisciplinary arts.
Arthur Skinner ’72: MVA, Georgia State University; Discipline Coordinator and Gallery Director. As Professor of Visual Arts, Arthur has taught courses in printmaking, drawing and photography at Eckerd since 1976.
Kirk Ke Wang: MFA, Nanjing Normal University; MFA, University of South Florida. Professor of Visual Arts, Kirk has been at Eckerd since 1993, and teaches courses in painting, drawing, digital photography, new genre art and Asian art.
Catherine Abrams: MA, University of South Florida. Catherine teaches courses in Art History.
Marita Contreras: MFA, School of Visual Arts; a video artist and photographer, Marita teaches Experimental Film & Video, and The Documentary.
Jason Hackenwerth: MFA, Savannah College of Art & Design. Jason is renowned for his balloon sculptures, and is teaching a course in installation art, and also in printmaking
Katherine Humphreys: MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology. Katherine is a graphic designer, and teaches courses in graphic design, web page design and motion graphics.
Pamela Jones: MFA, University of South Florida; a painter, Pamela teaches our Visual Problem Solving course.
Gallery hours Mon. – Fri., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Made at Eckerd
Monoprints by Visiting Artist Suzanne Benton
January 12 – March 6
Susan Sanders '69
A Memorial / The Retrospective
January 26 – March 6
NCVA Elliott Gallery
Alumni Invitational Exhibition
NCVA Main Gallery
January 26– March 13
Senior Thesis Exhibitions
Visual and Interdisciplinary Arts
March 8 – May 8
The Sophomore Show
Visual Arts Major Portfolio Exhibition
April 19 - 24
The Eckerd Review
May 4 - 8