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Matt EganMatt Egan
Jenkins Fine Arts Center 1123
Mail stop no: 502
School of Art and Design
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
Tel.# (252)737-2738; fax # (252)328-6441

eganm@ecu.edu

CV (PDF)

Matthew Egan teaches and practices traditional and digitally assisted printmaking techniques in lithography, screen-printing, and etching. He is currently serving as an Assistant Professor in the School of Art and Design at East Carolina University within the printmaking area. Prior to his current appointment, he lived in the United Arab Emirates for five years, teaching printmaking and drawing to students representing 79 countries in the School of Architecture and Design at American University of Sharjah. Egan was born in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in printmaking, studying under Professor Daniel W. Dingler and minored in Multi-Media at the University of Windsor in 1997. He received a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Printmaking and Drawing in 2000 from the University of South Dakota mentored by the Frogman, Professor Lloyd Menard.

Egan’s work tends to have a dark yet playful quality, each is comprised of collaged elements that are derived from other drawings, sketches, photographs, serving as fictitious moments and fabricated realities. Egan’s prints, drawings, and high-relief handmade paper casts have been exhibited in national and international juried and invitational exhibitions in North America, the Middle East and Europe.

www.matthewjegan.com

"A Survey of Contemporary Printmaking" Catalog
http://heathermuise.com/artwork/2490229_Catalog.html

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Heather MuiseHeather Muise, Instructor
School of Art and Design
Leo Jenkins Fine Arts Center
College of Fine Art and Communication
East Carolina University
Mail stop 502
Greenville, NC
Muiseh@ecu.edu

CV (PDF)

Heather Muise received her B.F.A. from the University of Windsor, Canada, and her M.F.A in studio art (printmaking) from the University of Tennessee. Her work has been exhibited in over 80 shows across four continents.  She taught printmaking and foundations courses at Zayed University and the American University in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates for seven years. One of her main areas of research is creating bridges between Arab and Western artists and cultures through the printmaking media.

She recently moved to Greenville, North Carolina where she teaches at East Carolina University. Her work has been exhibited in more than 100 shows across North America, in Europe, the Middle East and Australia.


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