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  • Christopher Bakriges, Ph.D.

    Chris Bakriges

    Lecturer in Music
    | 413-265-2453
    Department(s): Fine and Performing Arts

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    Dr. Bakriges is both a pianist and ethnomusicologist. His fields of interest include the impact of African American music in Europe, as well as global practices and processes of musical improvisation. He is active as a pianist, composer, and arranger, and regularly performs and presents at conferences around the country and in Europe.

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  • Nanci Costanzo, CAGS

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    Associate Professor of Art
    | 413-265-2358
    Department(s): Fine and Performing Arts

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    Nanci Sarisley Costanzo has taught in public and private schools and colleges for the past 27 years. She received the Outstanding Arts Educator in Massachusetts Award by the Massachusetts Alliance for Arts Education. She was invited to present at the first People to People Art Education Delegation to the People’s Republic of China and also participated and exhibited at the First Sino-American Conference on Women’s Issues in Beijing, China. She is a painter and printmaker, and has exhibited extensively. She has received several awards for her paintings, and her work is in private and public collections in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Washington D.C., New York, and Rome, Italy.

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  • Cecily Hughes, MFA

    Borgia Gallery Curator, Co-Director of First Year Seminar, Lecturer in Art History
    | 413-265-2391
    Department(s): Fine and Performing Arts, First Year Seminar Instructors

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    Cecily Hughes is a lecturer in art history, co-director of First Year Seminar, and the Borgia Gallery curator at Elms College. She received her bachelor of arts degree from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wisconsin. Awarded a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship for international education, she completed her master of fine arts degree from the Edinburgh College of Art at the University of Edinburgh. She has an avid interest in contemporary art and is especially drawn to artists who use humor, wit, and satire as a spark for social change. A firm believer in the importance of the liberal arts, her teaching style promotes critical thinking, open discussion from diverse points of view, and clear, concise writing.

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  • Arthur Moses, B.S.

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    Lecturer in Art
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    Department(s): Fine and Performing Arts

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    Arthur Moses has taught at Elms College for most of the last 40 years. He is an accomplished artist who specializes in creative sculpture, historical restoration, and the design and production of foundry products. Before teaching at the Elms, he taught in secondary schools for more than 23 years. In addition to teaching and managing his own art business, he is very active in his local town government.

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  • Noel St. Jean

    Adjunct Faculty in Dance, Coach of the Dance Team

    Department(s): Fine and Performing Arts

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