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Alice ArnoldAlice Arnold, Ed.D.
Jenkins Fine Arts Center
School of Art and Design
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel# (252) 329-6475 ; FAX# (252)328-6441
arnoldm@ecu.edu

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Alice Arnold is Professor of Art Education at East Carolina University. She taught art in the public schools prior to coming to ECU, and has since published and presented her work in numerous scholarly and educational venues. Arnold’s interests include community engagement, contemporary artistic practices, interdisciplinary arts, ecology and international programming.

Alice Arnold
Alice Arnold
Alice Arnold
Alice Arnold
Alice Arnold
Alice Arnold

Cynthia Bickley-GreenCynthia Ann Bickley-Green, PHD
Jenkins Fine Arts Center 1318
Mail stop no: 502
School of Art and Design
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)367-1337; fax # (252)328-6441
bickleygreenc@ecu.edu

Cynthia Bickley-Green holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Art from the University of Georgia. Her dissertation entitled Afterimage in Painting explored the presence of afterimages in representational and abstract art. She has received grants from the Nation Endowment for the Humanities, The North Carolina Arts Council, Eisenhower program in mathematics and science, and the NC Space Consortium. Her paintings explore aftereffects in representational and abstract imagery. Kendall Hunt published her book Art Elements: Biological, Global, and Interdisciplinary Foundations in 2011. Her research and publications explore how visual media shape personal and social identities and world-views. The work demonstrates that the visual arts effectively transmit cultural understandings and interdisciplinary knowledge in classroom and other settings and have the potential to transform behavior. Her interdisciplinary visual art research explores entoptic imagery. She has published 44 scholarly articles and 121 art reviews, exhibited her artwork in more than 113 international, national, and regional shows. She has made 130 presentations about her research in cities across the United States and nine other countries. Currently, she is the Coordinator of Art Education at East Carolina University.

Cynthia Bickley-Green
Cynthia Bickley-Green
Cynthis Bickley-Green
Cynthia Bickley-Green
Cynthia Bickley-Green
Cynthia Bickley-Green

Michael DuffyMichael H. Duffy, PhD
Erwin Hall Room 324
School of Art and Design
Jenkins Fine Arts Center
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)328-6265; fax # (252)328-6441
duffym@ecu.edu

Michael Duffy is a specialist in European Art History and regularly teaches courses on Eighteenth Century Art, Nineteenth Century Art, and 19th & 20th Century Design History. He also teaches the introductory-level art history courses, Dimensions of Art and Art History Survey II. Duffy periodically teaches Ceramic History of North Carolina and the Southeastern U.S., which is offered online. He also teaches a section of Design History online and has developed an online component through Blackboard for some of his courses. Duffy is a strong advocate of writing in the discipline and includes a long research paper as a major component in the course, Eighteenth Century Art. Although he has presented research papers and written several essays and articles on topics spanning the modern period in Europe and America from the late eighteenth century through the 1980s, Michael Duffy’s major area of research is French realist and impressionist painting of the middle and late 19th century. His book, The Influence of Charles-François Daubigny (1817-1878) on French Plein Air Landscape Painting: Rustic Portrayals of Everyday Life in the Work of a Forerunner to Impressionism (Mellen Press), was published in January 2011. He is currently working on a book that deals with the proto-impressionist aesthetics and modernist subjects of the French landscape and marine painter Eugène Boudin. He is especially interested in the methodologies of social and cultural art history. Duffy has been active in the Nineteenth Century Studies Association and the Southeastern College Art Conference, having organized a conference for the former in Asheville N.C. in 2012 and serving as editor of the latter’s journal, SECAC Review, in 2004-2007. He additionally has annual memberships in the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies, American Historians of Nineteenth Century Art, College Art Association, and the Design History Society.


Nanyoung KimNanyoung Kim
Jenkins Fine Arts Center Rm 1317
School of Art and Design
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)328-1298; fax # (252)328-6441
kimn@ecu.edu

Dr. Nanyoung Kim received her Master's and Doctorate degree in Art Education from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Before coming to the U.S. to study art education, she received a Master's degree in Aesthetics from Seoul National University and taught art history and aesthetics in various Korean universities. She has been working as a professor of art education at East Carolina University since 1999, where she teaches methods courses for art education majors, a design course for general college students, and supervises art education interns. She also has been teaching a graduate online course, "History and Philosophy of Art Education."

Her research interests are in biological and philosophical aesthetics, art history, and design education. Besides publishing theoretical articles she often contributes articles on her art projects to Arts and Activities for practicing art teachers. Her initial artistic medium was ceramic sculpture exploring architectural spaces and their meanings. Her interest in architecture led her to deeply appreciate Romanesque church architecture when she first visited the pilgrim churches in France in 2007. Every summer from then on she has continued studying, travelling, and photographing those structures in France, Italy and Spain. She had several solo shows in the US and in Korea and her photos have been included in numerous juried shows.

Nanyoung Kim
Nanyoung Kim
Nanyoung Kim
Nanyoung Kim
Nanyoung Kim
Nanyoung Kim

Robert QuinnRobert Quinn
Erwin Hall Room 205
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)328-5182; fax # (252)328-6441
quinnr@ecu.edu

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Robert D. Quinn, Ph.D., completed his degree in art education at the University of Georgia. During the time that he completed his doctoral coursework, he was introduced to teaching and learning online as an instructor of record for a large art appreciation course. His dissertation was entitled Online Learning in Art Education: Implications for Post-Secondary Art Appreciation Pedagogy (2006). His research interests include online teaching and learning in art, interdisciplinary approaches to teaching and learning, uses of computer technology for teaching, learning, and teacher education, and arts-based educational research. He has been an art teacher at the secondary level and is a performing musician. Currently, he holds a position as Associate Professor of Art Education at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.

Robert Quinn
Robert Quinn
Robert Quinn
Robert Quinn
Robert Quinn
Robert Quinn

Borim SongBorim Song
Jenkins Fine Arts Center Office # Room 1314
East Carolina University Mail Stop 502
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)328-1319; fax # (252)328-6441
songb@ecu.edu

Borim Song is Assistant Professor of Art Education at the School of Art and Design of East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. She holds her Ed.D. and Ed.M. from Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City. Her scholarly interests include digital art instruction, contemporary art in K-12 curriculum, cross-cultural and intercultural movements, and particularly a pedagogical use of cultural identities as creative and critical constructs. Song’s writings on art, art education, and cultural studies appear in publications in both the U.S. and Korea. Her recent publications include "Redefining Cultural Identity in Digital Art Practice: Artistic Journey across Cultural Boundaries and Ethnic Borders," in Globalization, Art, and Education (2009) and "Korean contemporary art as an educational resource for the American secondary art classroom," in Teaching Asian art: Content, context, and pedagogy (2012). Song also has actively exhibited her artwork, and her recent solo exhibitions were at Macy Gallery in New York City and at J. Y. Joyner Library, Greenville, NC.

Borim Song
Borim Song
Borim Song
Borim Song
Borim Song
Borim Song