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Kata Hull

PT Lecturer

Kata Hull: BA, Middlebury College, ('74), and the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. Kata has worked in the arts for over 25 years. She is currently a practicing artist, visiting faculty at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University; and leads drawing and collage workshops and retreats for individuals and organizations.

Robert Siegelman

PT Lecturer

Robert Siegelman (drawing) is a faculty member and graduate of the Museum School who received his Diploma and Fifth Year Certificate during the early '80s. He has worked mainly in printmaking, drawing, and photography. His work is in many public and private collections including those of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.; Boston Public Library; the Art Complex Museum, Duxbury, Mass.; and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, as well as the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Glenna Lang

PT Lecturer

Glenna Lang (graphic design/illustration) has worked as a freelance illustrator for many years. Her illustrations appeared regularly in the Atlantic Monthly, the Boston Globe, and many other publications. She has produced five children's books published by David R. Godine in addition to the award-winning Looking Out for Sarah with Charlesbridge Publishing. Her most recent book, Genius of Common Sense, was acclaimed as a Notable Book by both the New York Times and Smithsonian. She holds a BA from the University of Chicago ('72) and an MFA from the Museum School/Tufts University ('75).

Carolyn Muskat

PT Lecturer

Carolyn Muskat owns and operates Muskat Studios, a printmaking studio in Somerville, MA where she creates her own work and collaborates with artists to produce original fine art prints. The Studio celebrated 20 years of collaboration and artistic creation in January, 2014, with an exhibition at Somerville's Brickbottom Gallery. Carolyn has worked with more than 50 artists to publish over 400 prints in the past two decades.

Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz

PT Lecturer

Elaine Spatz-Rabinowitz (painting) received a MFA in painting from the Museum School/Tufts University (74). She has taught painting and drawing for more than thirty years, including the last eighteen at Wellesley College. She shows regularly at the Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, and at the O.K. Harris Gallery, New York, and was recently reviewed in Art in America for a show at the latter. In 2006 she was named as a Finalist in Drawing by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. She also is a 2007 recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship Award.

Patrick Carter

PT Lecturer

Patrick Carter (painting, drawing, high school workshops) has been teaching drawing and painting courses at the Museum School and Tufts University for many years. He received a BA from Fairmount State College (71) and an MFA from the Museum School/Tufts University (87). His recent shows include a solo show titled Changing Views: Portraits Past and Present, New Art Center, Newton, Mass.; Hopper Revisited, Truro Historical Society, Truro, Mass.; and Contemporary Portraits, Art Works Gallery, Hartford, Conn.

Walter Stanul

PT Lecturer

Walter Stanul (sculpture) is the woodshop studio manager and technician at the Museum School. He received both a BA in Mathematics ('65) and a MA in Teaching (Mathematics) ('67) from the University of Florida, and has studied the making of historical musical instruments at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He continues his studies at Boston University's School of Artisanry, American Stringed Instrument Artisans, and the Guild of American Luthiers Convention.

Michael Hecht

PT Lecturer

Michael Hecht (printmaking) received a BFA from the University of South Dakota ('91)and an MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design ('98). He has exhibited at New Art Center, Newton, Mass. ('01); Wood Memorial Library, South Windsor, Conn. ('00); Art and Culture Center, Hollywood, Fla. ('00); Cere, N.Y. ('00); New Bedford Art Museum, New Bedford, Mass. ('06); Ernest G. Welch Art Gallery, Atlanta ('06); Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, Scotland ('06); Gallery X, New Bedford, Mass. ('06); New Art Center in Newton, Mass. ('05); and Pleiades Gallery, N.Y. ('05).