Priscilla Roggenkamp

Assistant Professor
Building: 
Center for the Arts
Office Number: 
346A
Department: 
Phone: 
419.289.5194

Bio

Born in Bangor, Maine, Priscilla has lived in Maine, Ohio, Virginia and Arkansas. She has resided in Alliance, Ohio since 1990, teaching and making art.

Priscilla has taught at The College of Wooster, Mount Union College, Canton Country Day School, Blue Ridge Community College, James Madison University and the University of Arkansas. She has conducted art education workshops in Florida, Ohio and Maine and has co-authored several publications related to art and interdisciplinary curriculum. She is interested in inspiring and mentoring exemplary art educators who will then be prepared to inspire and mentor tomorrow’s creative young people.

She studied art at Kent State University (M.F.A.), University of Arkansas (M.Ed.) and Heidelberg College (B.A.). Working primarily in drawing and painting, she began creating three-dimensional work in the mid 1990’s. In 2003, she and fellow artist Keith McMahon collaborated on sculptures in Akko, Israel 2005, Riverton, WY 2006, and Galion Community Hospital with Ken Arthur 2009. Her recent fiber sculpture and panels are exhibited widely and her current digital photo/mixed media pieces will have their first showing in Israel in 2013.

 

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