Lynn PalewiczLynn Palewicz 

Department Chair, Assistant Professor
Lynn Palewicz graduated with her MFA from the Yale School of Art and her BFA and MAT from the Maryland Institute College of Art. She is a recipient of several residencies including The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (Maine), Yaddo (New York) and the Virginia Center for Creative Arts (Virginia). Her work has been presented in solo exhibitions at RUSH ARTS (New York, NY), Fleisher Art Memorial (Philadelphia, PA) and the Mildred I. Washington Gallery (Poughkeepsie, NY); and in numerous group exhibitions in the United States, at venues that include Metrospace (East Lansing, MI), The Kimmel Center (Philadelphia, PA), Goucher College (Baltimore, MD) and ArtSpace (New Haven, CT). View full profile

Asuka GotoAsuka Goto

Associate Professor
Asuka Goto received an MFA in sculpture from Tyler School of Art and a BA and Post-Baccalaureate certificate from Brandeis University. She has participated in residencies at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Joan Mitchell Center, Djerassi Resident Artists Program and Lower East Side Printshop, among others. She has received a number of awards, including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, NYFA Artists Fellowship, Jerome Foundation Travel & Study Grant, and Joan Mitchell MFA Grant. lost in translation, her 2018 solo show at Tiger Strikes Asteroid NY, was named one of the “Top 15 Brooklyn Art Shows” of the year by Hyperallergic. View full profile

Fran MartiniFrancine Martini

Assistant Professor
Francine Martini’s teaching philosophy can be summed up in one word: explore! She aims to create an environment where students can explore their ideas and test their limits while assimilating the knowledge needed to succeed in the industry. Developing creative design solutions involves exploring all avenues of design and seeing the world in a larger framework and understanding that all is connected—experimentation, inspiration and information—as design is not a linear process. By following an inquiry-based process and motivating students to test and push the envelope, designs develop more creatively; students are encouraged to expand their thinking and to look at design more critically. View full profile

Alice OhAlice Oh

Alice Oh works with a unique artistic method that engages in only sparse planning, and instead focuses on allowing her paintings to develop naturally as a “dialogue” between the artist and the artwork. She often works on a series of works at a time in order to see her evolving dialogues through to their logical conclusion. Greatly influenced by nature and biology, she is interested in the concurrence of microscopic and macroscopic life. Oh’s work is included in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Leeway Foundation, Temple University and Yale University, and she has exhibited at the University of Pennsylvania, Rosemont College, Franklin and Marshall College, Millersville University and the Philadelphia Arts Alliance. View full profile

Heather UjieHeather Ujiie

Interdisciplinary Assistant Professor
Heather Ujiie grew up in New York’s Greenwich Village, part of a family of artist educators, and believes her creativity comes from a lively bohemian childhood. She is an interdisciplinary assistant professor at Moore College of Art & Design, and her installations and artwork have been exhibited both nationally and internationally. She has participated in exhibits at Hangaram Arts Center Museum and the Seoul Art Center in Korea; The Salon Art & Design Fair at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, NY; the State Museum of Pennsylvania; Delaware Art Museum; Hunterdon Museum of Art; Racine Art Museum; Delaware Center for Contemporary Art; the Philadelphia International Airport; and the Samuel S. Fleisher Art Memorial Museum. View full profile