2006 Faculty Fellows
Awarded the 2006 Kelner Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to attend a workshop at the Tlapanochestli Cochineal Ranch in Oaxaca, Mexico to learn the process of producing cochineal ink and creating new experimental works.
Awarded the 2006 William Hicks Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to research, conceive, storyboard and do initial production of Primer (a short animated film).
John Giordano, Art Education
Awarded the 2006 Bruce Dayton Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to attend John Paul Caponigro’s course at the Santa Fe Workshops. The skills attained were used to complete a new body of work in conjunction with Heyday (a collaborative interdisciplinary project).
Awarded the 2006 Charlotte Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to complete shoots for Grammars of Hue. This is an hour-long video project that explores the emotional impact of American landscapes, be they corporate or domestic, urban or more remote.
Awarded a 2006 Massachusetts College of Art and Design Foundation Faculty Fellowship of $5,000 to work on a series entitled Terra Firma. The series explores the universal concerns of becoming a global citizen, the balance of work and family, and the science of emotional intelligence.