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.
Mela Lyman (drawing) has had work in more than 40 exhibitions in museums and galleries nationally and has been reviewed in ARTFORUM, Art New England, and New Art Examiner, among other magazines and newspapers. She received a Diploma from the Museum School ('78) and a BFA from the Museum School/Tufts University ('79). She has won numerous awards from organizations such as the National Endowment for the Arts and the Artists Foundation, Massachusetts. Public arts commissions include: Simpkin Swim Center, County of Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, Calif.
Sue is from Taiwan and came to the US for graduate school.
She received two masters from Ohio State University and SMFA/Tufts.
Sue is a contemporary artist inspired by Asian culture. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally and received numerous awards. Her work speaks "life transformation" and tends to incorporate many different forms of media. Sue won the SMFA Traveling Fellowship in 2011. Her latest Solo show was at Andre Zarre gallery, Charles New York, February–March, 2014.