Faculty and Graduate Committee

The faculty of the graduate program includes curators and other arts professionals, scholars in the humanities and social sciences, critics, and artists. Most faculty members are working professionals.

The Center’s Graduate Committee, made up of core faculty and key figures in the field, are also deeply involved in teaching and advising graduate students throughout the two-year program.  The Graduate Committee comes together as a group several times per year to critique and approve students’ masters projects, as well as interview potential candidates for admission to the program. The following includes faculty and Graduate Committee members in 2016-2017.

Paul O’Neill, Director of the Graduate Program, Graduate Committee

Jeannine Tang

Jeannine Tang, Senior Academic Advisor, LUMA Foundation Fellow, Graduate Committee

Tom Eccles, Executive Director, Graduate Committee

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Marcia Acita, Faculty

Nova Benway, Faculty

Nova Benway, Faculty

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Ann Butler, Faculty and Graduate Committee

Lauren Cornell

Lauren Cornell, Graduate Committee

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Christoph Cox, Graduate Committee

Roxana Fabius, Faculty

Roxana Fabius, Faculty

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Lia Gangitano, Faculty and Graduate Committee

Liam Gillick

Liam Gillick, Graduate Committee

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Sandi Hilal and Alessandro Petti, Keith Haring Fellow, 2016-17

Chrissie Iles

Chrissie Iles, Graduate Committee

Alhena Katsoff, Faculty

Alhena Katsof, Faculty

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Tom Keenan, Faculty

Alex Kitnick, Faculty

Alex Kitnick, The Brant Foundation Fellow in Contemporary Arts

Evan Calder Williams, Faculty

Evan Calder Williams, Faculty

Amy Zion, Faculty

Amy Zion, Faculty