Fine Arts Faculty

As a Fine Arts major, you’ll learn directly from working artists, art educators and curators who run galleries, create public art installations and who have exhibited in venues ranging from Philadelphia Museum of Art to the International Museum of Ceramics in Italy, and far beyond.

Asuka Goto

FULL-TIME FACULTY | Fine Arts program head and associate professor who has received awards such as the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, NYFA Artists Fellowship and Joan Mitchell MFA Grant. Her 2018 solo show at Tiger Strikes Asteroid NY, lost in translation, was named one of the “Top 15 Brooklyn Art Shows” of the year by Hyperallergic.

Robert Goodman

FULL-TIME FACULTY | Associate professor of Fine Arts and nationally exhibited painter who explores the relationships and tensions between spaces, bodies and materials in painting as well as public works and installations, and whose and work was recently acquired by the Woodmere Art Museum.

Alice Oh

FULL-TIME FACULTY | Fine Arts professor whose work is included in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Leeway Foundation, Temple University and Yale University. Greatly influenced by nature and biology, her artistic method focuses on developing paintings as a “dialogue” between artist and artwork.

Hammam Aldouri

Recipient of a Helena Rubinstein Fellowship in Critical Studies from the Whitney Museum of American Art Independent Study Program, and whose writings on philosophy, politics and art have appeared in various journals.

Timothy Belknap

Co-director of Philadelphia’s Icebox Project Space, an avant-garde gallery focusing on experimental sound, video and movement, whose curated exhibitions have garnered attention from the New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer and ArtNews.

Elaine Erne

Co-founder and co-director of Star Wheel Printers, a Philadelphia-based printmaking collaborative, and recipient of multiple artist fellowships for her works on paper and works in glass.

Katie Garth

Philadelphia-based artist whose print-based and interdisciplinary work explores tedium as a coping mechanism in a world of increasing uncertainty, and who has exhibited at Print Center New York, The Painting Center and Morgan Conservatory.

Candy Alexandria González

Little Havana-born and raised multidisciplinary visual artist, poet, activist and trauma-informed art educator based in Philadelphia and New York, and graduate of the Bartol Foundation’s trainings in trauma-informed practice for teaching artists and trauma-informed teaching artist practices and identity.

Douglas Herren

Ceramic artist known for brightly painted large-scale ceramic sculptures that are hybrids of industrial equipment and traditional wheel-thrown pottery, whose work is included in collections such as the International Museum of Ceramics, Faenza, Italy; the Yenggi Museum of Taipei and the Museum of Ceramics Quran, Alcora, Spain.

Rod Jones

Multidisciplinary artist based in Philadelphia who has exhibited at venues such as InLiquid Gallery Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine and Woodmere Museum of Art in Philadelphia, as well as Anna Corina Gallery and CUE Foundation in New York, among others.

Heidi Ratanavanich

Visual artist, carpenter and educator whose work uses a range of media—particularly sculpture, printed matter and gatherings—to address the politics of place and space, especially the intersection of food sovereignty, Thai diaspora, ecology and economy.

Maria Ah Hyun Stracke

Philadelphia-based artist and educator who creates complex, layered structures through the mending, reconfiguration, and reuse of hanji, silk, graphite and paper.

Ashley York

Artist who has exhibited nationally at venues like NCECA, Carnegie Mellon, The Clay Studio, Katzen Art Center and Green Hill Center for Art, and who also works as Moore’s digital fabrication and technician manager.