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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).

Michael MacMahon

PT Lecturer

Michael MacMahon is originally from Ireland and now resides in the United States. He has shown work both nationally and internationally. He was recently awarded Boston's Dana Pond award for painting and maintains a rigorous studio practice. His paintings explore a diverse group set of subjects not limited to but including artistic and political history, methods of mass communication and explorations in color theory.

Gerri Rachins

PT Lecturer

Gerri Rachins is an American artist, living and working in Boston, Massachusetts. She received a Master of Fine Arts from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, a Bachelor of Fine Arts from University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and also studied at The New York Studio School, in New York.

Ethan Haynes

PT Lecturer

Ethan Haynes is a Tufts/SMFA alumnus who has taught at the SMFA and The Eliot School in Jamaica Plain. His work ranges from fine art to illustration/design, including magazine illustration, album art, cards, restaurant signage, and even a coloring book. He has taught Figure Drawing Intensive at The Elliot School, and at the SMFA he has taught Intermediate Illustration and Drawing for Illustrators & Narrative Realists, as well as co-teaching Portfolio Prep and Introduction to Illustration for several years with Glenna Lang, and Intermediate To Advanced Figure Drawing with Bill Flynn.

Dan OConnor

Dan O’Connor is a graduate of the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan, where he received his MFA in Photography. He is an interdisciplinary artist who uses sculpture, performance, and found objects to create environmental narratives, that are ultimately represented in photographs.

Heidi Whitman

PT Lecturer

Heidi Whitman's paintings, drawings, and paper constructions are both imagined terrains and mental maps. Maps of ancient ruins and contemporary city grids are primary references in her work. 

Maya Erdelyi-Perez

PT Lecturer

Maya Erdelyi is a NYC and LA based animator, director, and artist. She creates intricate hand-made animations and collages inspired by imaginary worlds, memories, and the unconscious. Shown in various national and international film festivals, galleries and museums, her award-winning animations utilize a hybrid experimental approach to cut-paper stop-motion, puppetry, hand-drawn, and computer animation processes. Maya is a 2012 MFA graduate in Experimental Animation from CalArts, and is represented by 6PointMedia, a Hollywood Animation Studio.

Tanya Crane

Professor of the Practice

Tanya Crane’s artwork dwells within a liminal existence between prejudice and privilege. Reared in a white middle class suburb of Los Angeles, Crane’s experience with blackness was limited to visiting her father in South Central Los Angeles.