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  • Brian Kiernan, M.F.A.

    Lecturer in Art

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    Brian has taught all levels of studio art classes in drawing, painting, color theory, and design for the last 7 years. In addition to being a half time faculty at Elms College he also runs Creative Spark an adult art education program in Indian Orchard, MA. Previous work experience includes teaching at Springfield Museum and AIC college as well as working in exhibitions and education at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum from 2007 – 2014. In the last few years he has completed several permanent display commissions for Mayo Clinic, Boston Children’s Hospital, Yale New Haven Health, and UMass Medical Memorial Center. Most recently he took part in a large scale art exhibit displayed at the quarantine centers in Worcester, MA.  He is currently represented by several galleries in New England and New York including L’Attitude Gallery and Boston Art in Boston.

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  • Arthur Moses, B.S.

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    Lecturer in Art | 413-265-2312
    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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  • Amber Scoon, Ph.D.

    Assistant Professor of Art

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    Academic Degrees: · PhD in Philosophy, Art and Critical Theory (PACT) from European Graduate School (Switzerland/ Malta), 2011. · Master of Fine Arts in Painting and Mixed Media, American University (Washington, DC), Two-Year Program in Italy, 2004. · Bachelors of Science in Studio Arts, New York University (NY, NY), 2002. · Continued Education: Masters Degree Courses in Sustainable Cultural Heritage from The American University of Rome (Rome, Italy) and The United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI). (Rome, Italy).

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