Anna Campbell

Anna Campbell

 

Associate Professor
Sculpture, Visual Studies, 2D and 3D Foundations

Assistant Department Chair
Facilities and Resources

Office: 1109 Calder Arts Center
Phone: (616)331-3495
email: campbean@gvsu.edu

Curriculum Vitae (.pdf)
Personal Website


Biography

Anna Campbell received her B.A. in studio art from the College of Wooster and her M.F.A. in art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She teaches Three-Dimensional Design and Creative Problem Solving in the Foundations Program, as well as courses in the Visual Studies emphasis area, including Curatorial Studio and Space Studio. Campbell also developed Mapping New York City, a class that includes study in New York. Her research focuses on queered representations of heroic masculinity through video, sculpture, and installation art.


Education

MFA, Art, University of Wisconsin-Madison

BFA, Studio Art, College of Wooster


Courses

  • ART 153 - Foundations: Making And Meaning In Art And Design
  • ART 270 - Introduction To Sculpture
  • ART 371 - Intermediate Sculpture 1: Fabrications
  • ART 392 - Curatorial Studio
  • ART 395 - Space Studio
  • ART 472 - Advanced Sculpture 1
  • ART 473 - Advanced Sculpture 2
  • ART 498 - Senior Project

Works

Among My Many Failures, 2010

Among My Many Failures, 2010, in collaboration with Chele Isaac three-channel video installation sited at the former Grand Rapids Public Museum



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