Our faculty consistently receives recognition for their work. See their latest accomplishments below:
Stuart Shils, Visiting Critic in the Certificate/BFA program, has been prominently featured on the website Painting Perceptions.
Stuart Shils, a Visiting Critic in the Certificate/BFA program has been interviewed by Nikolai Fox appearing on the website Painting Perceptions. Click here to read the interview.
Virgil Marti, Visiting Critic in the Graduate Program, has been awarded a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant.
Virgil Marti, a Visiting Critic in the Graduate program, has been awarded a Joan Mitchell Grant As it's mission, the Foundation, "celebrates the unique legacy of Joan Mitchell as an American artist and seeks to emphasize and draw attention to the important contributions of artists working today." Click here for further information.
Scott Noel, Associate Professor at PAFA, has been prominently featured on the website Painting Perceptions.
Scott Noel, an Associate Professor at PAFA, who teaches Painting and Drawing in the Certificate, BFA, and MFA programs has been prominently featured on the website Painting Perceptions, a website that promotes discussion and commentary on perceptual painting. The article, written by MFA alum Elana Hagler, can be viewed here.
Sculpture Faculty John Grieg and Bill Dufala win $40,000
Creative Industry Workforce Grant.
Sculpture faculty members John Grieg and Billy Dufala have partnered with Avi Golen of the Revolutionary Recovery, a major industrial recycling center as well as with arts writer Fern Gookin to begin an artist’s residency program focusing on using recycled materials. The grant will be awarded by Mayor Nutter on March 31st at City Hall. Congratulations to John Grieg, Bill Dufala and the sculpture program at PAFA.
Faculty Receives Fulbright Scholar Grant
Shane Stratton, a PAFA alumnus and member of the sculpture faculty has been selected for a Fulbright Scholar Grant for research in Istanbul, Turkey.