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Greg Mencoff

PT Lecturer

Greg Mencoff (drawing) earned a Fifth Year Certificate from the Museum School ('83), and a BFA from the Museum School/Tufts University ('81). He has accumulated many years of teaching experience at the Museum School, beginning in 1984. Recent exhibitions include solo shows at Bernard Toale Gallery, Boston ('07, '06, '05, '03) and select group shows at Tufts University ('07); Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston ('06); Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, Mass.

Mara Metcalf

PT Lecturer

Mara Metcalf has been exhibiting professionally since completing her BFA at the Rhode Island school of Design (RISD) ('80) and an MFA from Tufts University/Museum School Boston ('88). Originally from Portland Oregon, Mara moved "east," to Rhode Island to pursue her art studies at RISD. Metcalf will exhibit work in a two person show, "If it's not you, it's me," Metcalf + Napolitano, at the Bannister Gallery, RI College in 2016. Over the summer, she had a solo show in the AS220 Project Space.

Ethan Murrow

Professor of the Practice

Ethan’s drawing, video, sculpture and installation projects delve into the factual, idealized, absurd, and uncomfortable ways in which histories are told, retold and molded into flawed and grandiose narratives. Ethan received his B.A. from Carleton College and his M.F.A from The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Recent and upcoming solo museum shows include the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, the Clay Center in West Virginia and the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH.

Paola Page

PT Lecturer

Paola Page holds a BFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design, with an MFA from Tufts/SMFA and extended studies at San Francisco Art Institute. She was selected to attend the RISD European Honors Program, Rome, Italy, where her interest in aerial views of landscape began. This lead to research at Cambridge University followed by a move to London where she established Art Study Centre.

Marcy Pape

PT Lecturer

Marcy Pape (graphic design) received a First Degree from Alliance Franaise, Paris ('68), a Diploma from the Museum School ('68), a BFA from the Museum School/Tufts University ('69), and a MA in Digital Imaging from Lesley University ('02). Pape's client list as a graphic designer includes General Foods International, Atlantic Gelatin, Allstate Management Associates, Bose Corporation, Coldwell Banker Real Estate, and W.G. Dogan, architect. She has received numerous recognitions and awards including the Cushman Family Enrichment Grant from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ('04).

Anne Pelikan

PT Lecturer

Anne Pelikan (text and image art) received a BA in Art History from the University of New Hampshire ('66) and attended the Museum School. A book artist and conservator, Pelikan was introduced to book making while in Florence, Italy, working on the restoration of books damaged in the flood of 1966. She has studied book structure with book artists from around the country and taught and exhibited throughout New England and Canada, as well as in Florence and New York.

Linda Priest

PT Lecturer

Linda Kindler Priest creates little environments or stories that can be worn. The themes are derived from nature and encompass everything from dragonflies to giraffes to wooly mammoths. The images are sculpted directly into metal which are used in combination with unusual shaped and colored minerals and crystals that she cuts specifically to complete her statements. 

Kurt Ralske

Professor of the Practice

Kurt Ralske's video installations, films, sound art, and performances enact a dialogue with history: an exploration of the past that proposes a new view of the future. His projects utilize technology as a means of research and criticism. His work has been exhibited internationally, including at the 2009 Venice Biennale, the Guggenheim Bilbao, and the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art. Kurt is the recipient of a Rockefeller Foundation Media Arts Fellowship, and received First Prize at the Transmediale International Media Art Festival in Berlin in 2003.

Anthony Romero

Professor of the Practice

Anthony Romero is an artist, writer, and organizer committed to documenting and supporting artists and communities of color. His solo and collaborative works have been performed and executed nationally, most notably at Links Hall (CHI), The Judson Memorial Church (NYC), and Temple Contemporary (PHL), among others. Recent projects include the book-length essay The Social Practice That Is Race, written with Dan S.