Focus on Faculty | Influence
As we continue with the celebration of the 90th year of Kendall College of Art and Design, The Fed Galleries @ KCAD proudly host the annual faculty exhibition, highlighting the truly remarkable work that KCAD faculty contribute to art and design professions. In this exhibition, faculty explore their deepest motivations and consider what shapes their views, what inspires their practice, and what drives them to create.
Art and design have the capacity to communicate across cultures, space, and time. They are used as conduits for social change, to convey a personal experience, to record a historical event, and to provide a voice to an oppressed group. They can shape the way we view and understand the world.
The energy infused into a personal teaching practice influences students in capacities that extend beyond the classroom. That ripple effect continues its outward stretch and precipitates events that impact and connect us all.
The works on view are as varied as the programs in which the faculty teach–ranging from Art Education, Collaborative Design, and Digital Art and Design, to Illustration, Liberal Arts, and Painting.