Faculty for Transart’s low-residency programs comes from a wide range of academic and artistic backgrounds as well as geographic locations. Current theoretical areas of expertise include curatorial work, cyberfeminism, African diaspora, interface technologies, digital arts, continental philosophy, media, social studies in colonialism, capitalism and tourism, word and image relationships, and contemporary asian art history. Studio faculty […]
Name and website | year started | degrees | location and country of origin Samuel Cepeda, 2005, BA, BFA, MA, MFA, Monterrey, MEXICO Elizabeth Fearon, 2005, BFA, Seoul, S. KOREA / CANADA Satomi Furukawa, 2005, BFA, MFA, Mexico City, MEXICO / JAPAN Tim Halloran, 2005, BFA, MFA, Seattle, USA Jenny Hanson, 2005, BA, MFA Minneapolis, […]
ANGELIKA RINNHOFER Angelika Rinnhofer is a fine art photographer from Nuremberg, Germany, teaching in upstate New York. Her photography has been showing at Photokina Cologne, the Beacon Artist Union and in solo-shows at the New Britain Museum of American Art and the Paul Kopeikin Gallery Los Angeles, amongst others. She was recently awarded a New […]
Khaled Hafez giving a presentation of his thesis project “Gods & Superheroes” in Berlin. Khaled studied medicine and followed the evening classes of the Cairo fine arts in the eighties. After attaining a medical degree in 1987 and M.Sc. as a medical specialist in 1992, he gave up medical practices in the early nineties for […]
The Transart International Collective is an informal, decentralized network of Transart alumni,students, and faculty. Transartists come together from all points on the globe to generate discussion, exchange, and develop independently-driven projects with others in the international Transart community. The Collective platform offers a place to connect with others in the Collective and post news, […]
Transart faculty and guests speak about their experiences teaching and advising at Transart. Including Mary TIng and Jean Marie Casbarian.